North Dakota’s controversial mask mandate has had some positive effects in local schools. Maintaining day-to-day staffing levels as teachers and aides have to quarantine or stay home when sick has been easier in December. “I’ve had all my aides here,” said Bernadette Perdue, Ray’s elementary principal. “It’s been wonderful.” “Just knock on some wood,” said Ryan Olson, school board member. […]
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