Lakota School Board votes to uphold COVID-19 security policies
Lakota School Board votes to uphold COVID-19 security policies

Lakota School Board votes to uphold COVID-19 security policies

WEST CHESTER TOWNSHIP, Ohio – The Lakota Local Schools Education Board voted 4-1 against a resolution that would remove current COVID-19 security policies during a board meeting Monday night.

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The new board member Darbi Boddy was a few sentences to present the decision – who questioned the effectiveness of wearing masks and stated that the total number of COVID-19 deaths had been “overestimated” – when board member Isaac Adi interrupted her with a call to the question, a procedure to stop debate and vote. Two other board members sided with him, and the board proceeded to vote on the resolution without further discussion.

Boddy was the only vote for the decision before the board, which oversees one of the largest school districts in Ohio and the second largest in the Cincinnati region.

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