SCSD No. 2 board votes to update district's Smart Start plan

Sweetwater County School District No. 2 is taking a different tack in how it deals with quarantines related to COVID-19 exposure.

“What we’re doing now is not working,” Superintendent Craig Barringer told the district’s board of trustees Monday evening.

The board opted to update its Smart Start guidelines and change when students are sent to quarantine.

The approved update now allows students who are masked, vaccinated or in an environment that allows for social districting that are exposed to COVID-19 to avoid quarantine if they don’t show symptoms of the disease. Students who forgo quarantin...


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