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Laramie, WY — The Board of Education in Albany County School District 1 of Wyoming has voted 6-1 to keep its mark of the sheep, or mask mandate to continue indefinitely after one of its schools, Laramie High School, had a 16-year-old girl handcuffed, arrested and fined for showing her face at school.
As recently reported , Laramie junior Grace Smith was arrested last week for not wearing a mask at school.
The district’s masking requirement was set to expire on Oct. 15, but the school board extended it at its Oct. 13 meeting.
The approved item allows this mandate to go on indefinitely until certain metrics are met. Even if they meet the metrics, they will ask for approval from so-called “health experts” first. It states: “Universal Masking Exit Strategy: If COVID-19 data metrics decrease to the threshold when the county COVID-19 transmission level indicator is yellow (Moderate Transmission Level) for a three-week period, or the county vaccination rate is at least 70%, the school board will consult with state and local health officials and consider removing the universal face mask requirement.” You may recall that the district’s superintendent, Jubal Yennie, and Laramie’s principal, Jeffrey Lewis, met with Grace and her father Andy Smith. In a video , Yennie is clearly seen as cold and callous with absolutely no problem saying he will suspend students who don’t follow his dictates.
To start the Oct. 13 meeting , Yennie opens the meeting with a statement audaciously claiming himself a victim after he had a teenager arrested, one who acted with the utmost politeness as she was being cuffed and forcibly removed from her school.
“Our school board, principals, teachers, and administrators are human beings,” Yennie said. “We are your friends, neighbors, and family members. And not one of us wants to cause stress, strife, or worse yet, harm. While disagreements about our educational system can be constructive, we found that this pandemic has brought out the very worst in us.”
The board, which used a completely virtual meeting, changed its public comments for the meeting to limit comments to only 15 people. […]
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