Montclair High School students and staff will be wearing masks again, starting tomorrow.

Montclair Schools Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Ponds writes:

Dear MHS Families, Caregivers and Staff,

Due to the uptick in COVID-19 cases at the High School today, and in consultation with the Montclair Department of Health, we will implement universal masking for a 10-day period beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, May 4 through Friday, May 13. This means all students and staff members at the high school will need to wear masks during the school day for this 10-day period.
In the event someone forgets to bring a mask, we will supply it.
Thank you for your cooperation.

Below are the reported cases for Essex County by town:

One reply on “Montclair High School Brings Back Masking After Uptick in COVID Cases”

  1. I’m guessing it’s no more than five minutes to Kings if you miss the traffic lights. Lol!

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