Baldwin County, Alabama (WKRG) — Angry voices at a special board of education meeting before class begins as parents react to mask obligations at Baldwin County schools.
“I know why I did this,” says Baldwin County School Director Editor Iller. “There was no hidden agenda. It wasn’t politicized.”
When classes began earlier this week, all children in grade 2 and above, all teachers and staff had to wear masks in school buildings and buses. According to Tyler, it wasn’t an easy decision. “It was to protect employees and students, and that’s what I do.”
Since the mission, there have been voices for and against, and those voices are now heard in public forums. “Let them say what they need to say in a proper and respectful way, so that we can hear from both sides,” says Tyler.
The board can then dismiss Tyler and either remove Maskman Date or mark his decision for approval. “I know what I want to do, but next week will come Thursday night. It’s in the hands of the board. The board supports what I’m doing or the board Either the board discusses and they decide to go another route and want to remove the mask. I’m fine with that, “says Tyler.
Tyler says he’s also fighting to keep the school open using all the tools he can, including Maskman Date, while trying to keep the virus away.
The meeting is scheduled for next Thursday, August 19th, at Roxley’s School Satellite Office Auditorium. The meeting starts at 5 o’clock.
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