AOS 91 Schools to Continue to Require Masking as Hancock County Stays “High Level” for Community Transmission of COVID
Students, staff, faculty and visitors to MDI Regional Schools will continue to need to wear masks through Friday, June 3rd, as Hancock County continues to remain at a High level for community transmission of COVID.
Mike Zboray, the Superintendent of Schools for MDI Regional Schools/AOS 91 sent out the following email Monday, May 30th to the MDI School Community.
Dear MDIRSS Community
Hancock County is still considered a high-risk area for community spread of COVID-19 by the CDC county rating. We will continue to mask indoors for the next four days and re-evaluate Thursday evening, June 2nd. The continued goal is to prevent loss of school time for students and staff by protecting against school-based spread.
I am grateful for your understanding and appreciate your continued support in maintaining in-person learning and the promise of end-of-year celebrations throughout our district.
Mike Zboray, Superintendent of Schools MDIRSS/AOS#91
Because of the continued High Level, all employees and visitors in Bar Harbor municipal buildings will also continue to need to wear masks through Friday, June 3rd.