CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — On the education front of the pandemic, the West Oso Independent School District is officially unveiling its back-to-school plan at its weekly school board meeting.
Among the highlights, the district is recommending staff and students wear face masks. It is not a mandate.
If any student or staff tests positive for the virus they will have to quarantine for ten days and have to show a negative test before returning to campus.
Also, capacity on school buses will be back at 100% with face masks encouraged with sanitizer on board.
The district's safety plan was approved by the board Monday night.