Protecting One Another with COVID Vaccines

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Kyleigh Marsden , Staff

Fifty-eight out of 67 high school staff members will have been vaccinated between Feb. 1 and April 1. 

Superintendent Dr. Kristen Rickey wants to protect staff members from COVID-19.

“The biggest immediate impact from the vaccine is that staff members are less likely to become ill and may feel more protected after the vaccine,” Rickey said. “However, since no students are vaccinated, it will not have an immediate impact on how we conduct school. Everyone will still need to wear masks and practice social distancing.”

Teacher Kathy Naughton has received her first dose of the vaccine. 

“I felt duty bound because I wanted to protect myself, my students, and my family,” Naughton said.

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