Students at Enumclaw High School who refused to wear masks were segregated from their classmates and put into a small portable to wait for their parents to pick them up.
Two brothers enrolled at the school explained that school staff was hostile towards their decision to forgo masking on campus. And the mother of another student, who previously recovered from COVID, said the school’s masking policy is letting her special needs son down.
The district admits this policy was in effect “for the first of school” but says they have since stopped the practice. But what explains the bizarre approach, to begin with? It was a puzzling decision. The
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