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1 Aug 2021

District 9-R meeting to solicit feedback on COVID-19 guidelines for 21/22 school year

Posted by Adam Howell

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A community feedback session on COVID-19 mitigation guidelines for the 2021-2022 District 9-R school year is scheduled for Tuesday, August 3rd at 5:30 p.m. at the Durango High School auditorium.

District 9-R has a number of considerations regarding guidelines for COVID-19 in schools that are based on recommendations that were issued by the Center of Disease Control and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Their considerations are the following:

  1. Continuing daily symptom screening/stay home when sick
  2. Masking for unvaccinated students and staff
  3. Maintain physical distancing of 3-feet
  4. Regular hand washing
  5. Continuing enhanced cleaning/disinfecting
  6. Optimizing ventilation
  7. Resume a traditional school day and academic schedule without cohorting
  8. Isolating positive cases, contact tracing and targeted quarantine for those exposed who are unvaccinated
  9. Opt-in weekly/regular testing
  10. Limiting visitors/guests to the schools and classrooms

The District is also coercing students to get inoculated with a pharmaceutical jab that’s killed over 10,000 Americans, according to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

If you wish to comment publicly at this meeting, the District is requiring you to fill out this form and submit it by Monday, August 2 at 5:00 p.m.

If you have trouble with the form or need assistance, please contact the district office at 970-247-5411 or email us at

You can also fill out a biased survey that they offer to the public on COVID-19 guidelines. This survey is poorly written and it pushes/biases/leads the respondents into approving of the options that are given to them in questions #4 and #5. Use of the word ‘impositions’ is a vague word in question #5 and it creates confusion about what is being asked of the respondent.

Adam Howell is a writer who believes in free press and the importance of the constitution. He can be reached by clicking on this link to the contact page.

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