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Our opinion: The local public school should be credited for the time and energy that went into its plan to reopen, but especially for being so transparent about its process working through concerns about COVID-19.

  • From the S.D. Department of Health
    From the S.D. Department of Health
Early this week, school officials from Freeman Public released their plan to return to in-person instruction when the 2020-21 school year begins on Aug. 19, and it’s impressive. The 28-page document includes a letter from Superintendent Kevin Kunz, an explanation about how and why the district arrived at its conclusions, local data and plenty of documentation from two key players in the return-to-school process — the South Dakota Department of Education and the South Dakota Department of Health…

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