In the 2022-2023 school year, the third full school year since the start of the pandemic, Cobb’s local districts are hoping to provide the most “back-to-normal” experience possible. Neither district will require — or recommend — face masks, nor will they be conducting contact tracing.
And, asked what is top of mind going back to school, the Cobb and Marietta superintendents both cited “school safety,” as the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, continues to cast a shadow over K-12 education.
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