With the school year completed and summer vacation started in La Crosse, the public school system gets a little closer to normal school conditions.
Monday night marked the first La Crosse School Board meeting in over a year in the Hogan auditorium, with board members at their usual tables.
Board meetings were held virtually for several months. Recently,
Superintendent Aaron Engel says it’s a sign of the coronavirus becoming less of a hazard for the school district.
He tells the board that the use of masks and social distancing is becoming more relaxed.
“When we’re with children who are not vaccinated, we’re gonna mask…as our teachers would be, in order to respect the fact that they have not been able to be vaccinated yet,” says the superintendent.