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School District Makes Changes to Dress Code to Require Masks

School District Makes Changes to Dress Code to Require Masks

School district in a Southern state is the latest challenge to Governor Greg Abbott’s mask mandate. The school district is about 100 miles northeast of the local city. In fact, the board did recently vote five to one to make masks required as part of the district’s dress code. Moreover, the latest challenge to Governor Abbott’s mask mandate. The school leaders said the governor can’t challenge their ability to, in fact, dictate how the students do dress on campus.

School District Challenge

When the ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa did first challenge Governor Abbott’s mask mandate ban in Texas schools, those that did want masks had, in fact, praised him for his decisive leadership and wanting to fight.

In the court system, as the move does continue to be challenging, in, Paris ISD, not far from Ft. Worth, Texas, has decided they would, in fact, challenge Abbott by making masks a part of their dress code.

Protecting the Kids

“Moreover, there are things in our dress code, I just don’t agree with. However, my son wearing an earring is not going to kill another child. In fact, this is a great use of that policy. Therefore, I’m just so proud of them for protecting our kids,” said Becca Rogers a mother of three in Paris ISD.

She is immunocompromising. Rogers is worrying about her boys being around other kids. That is because they were maskless and have the ability to spread their germs.  

COVID-19 Cases

Also, in Paris, Texas, which has more than 400 COVID-19 cases at present. Because of the delta variant spreading, Rogers has said masks are, in fact, the only choice.

“Moreover, it does bother me that more people are concerned about their own personal preference. Or their own convenience and, in fact, that is not what the medical professionals are saying,” said Rogers. “Moreover, we had many doctors speak at the meeting last night. There is one that was an ICU doctor. In fact, it was very emotional. You could tell they’re very concerned. I think that’s who we should listen to.”