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The state’s “soft closure” of public schools will be extended for the remainder of the year, Gov. Gary Herbert announced Tuesday. The last day of classes ranges from May 21 to June 5 among Utah’s public school districts and the final day of classes among Utah’s charter schools ranges from May 13 to June 5.

Herbert said the decision was made after meeting with Sydnee Dickson, Utah's superintendent of public instruction, the Utah State Board of Education, and other education leaders, as well as listening to feedback from teachers and parents. It was also announced as the Utah Department of Health reported 49 new COVID-19 cases— a slim 2.1% rise in cases from Monday.

“In order for us to continue to slow the spread and get back on our feet socially and economically, this is not the time to have our schools back open,” Herbert said from the Utah Capitol, during a press video conference meeting with reporters. “This is not an easy decision to make. We know it’s hard; it’s disruptive. It impacts not only our children, but it impacts the parents and families.”

 

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