A lawsuit against Quincy Public Schools requirements for face masks and temperature checks has been dismissed.
Jamie Steinkamp wants to focus on the opportunities amid the challenges of returning to the classroom for the 2020-21 school year.
Ryatt Mobus already knows what he's most looking forward to about starting kindergarten at Thomas S. Baldwin Elementary School.
Monday's hearing in the lawsuit filed by a Quincy woman over the Quincy Public Schools requirement for face masks and temperature when school resumes later this month was continued to Thursday.
Liberty Superintendent Kelle Bunch plans to start her district's year with two re-entry planning days for staff, a teacher institute day, a half day for students and a full day for students.
All high school students in the Brown County school district will learn remotely to start the 2020-21 year.
Quincy Public Schools families can opt for in-person or remote learning to start the 2020-21 school year.