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Pinellas County Schools has released a draft of its reopening plan for the upcoming school year. The draft says that they will require masks to be worn by all students, staff, and individuals on campus. Face masks must also be worn by all students and employees on school buses with buses being loaded from back to front and unload from front to back. Parents are asked to decide the learning options offered, which include traditional schools, Pinellas Virtual School and MyPCS Online. Parents need to make their choice by July 27.

The school board is set to meet on  July 14 to formally present the plan.

Pinellas County Schools to require students, staff to wear masks, according to 'ReOpening Plan' draft

PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. -- Pinellas County Schools released a draft of its "ReOpening Plan" for the 2020-2021 school year. Pinellas County Schools will require all students and staff to wear masks, according to the district's drafted plan. Masks are also required for everyone on the school bus, according to Pinellas County Schools.