Maine’s Dept. of Education has listed all 16 counties as ‘green’ in their new coded system for reopening of schools. That means the state is recommending that in-person classes can resume.
It can all change and each district will decide on their own plan.
Mills Administration Releases Guidance to Assist Schools with Fall Plans
According to the Maine Department of Education, all 16 counties in Maine in are being recommended to reopen schools (with social distancing guidelines) to in-person learning. We will find out more in 10 minutes when state leaders host a press conference with @MEPublicHealth pic.twitter.com/P1nmi4kKBZ
— Taylor Cairns (@TaylorWGME) July 31, 2020
State releases first county color classifications for reopening of Maine schools https://t.co/Cql2l1wDVC
— WMTW TV (@WMTWTV) July 31, 2020
The Maine Dept. of Education gives schools in every county the green light to resume in-person instruction this fall, although the final decision is up to local officials.
Read @rachel_ohm's story and watch the ongoing press conference here:https://t.co/OzQs15Xa5B
— Kevin Miller (@KevinMillerPPH) July 31, 2020