Below is the updated School Reopening Plan:
Mask Update: a message from the Jordan School District
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Jordan School District Board of Education has followed all health directives from the state of Utah regarding masks in schools. Recently, Governor Cox lifted the mask requirement for the last week of school, giving districts the authority to extend the mask mandate at the local level if they so choose.
The Jordan School District Board of Education will not be extending the state’s mask mandate. As a result, masks will not be required in Jordan District schools, buildings, or property starting Tuesday, June 1, 2021. This includes, graduation, school activities, year-round school, and summer school. Anyone who wishes to continue wearing a mask is encouraged to do so.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in compliance with the State of Utah Public Health Order, Jordan School District will require students to wear face coverings while at school.
Jordan School District recognizes that some students may have a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering. In order to receive an exemption from the State’s face covering requirements, this form must be completed and returned to the school your child attends prior to your student attending school without a face covering.
Please have your primary care provider complete the Medical Certification by doing one of the following:
- Complete and sign the Medical Certification below.
- Attach an email or note from the primary care provider outlining the same information as indicated below to this completed form.