Visalia Unified Superintendent Tamara Ravalin said “Based on that and all of the protocols that we have in place for safety, we felt comfortable bringing back our third and fourth-graders.”
They will be social distancing and cleaning, the district is sticking with its morning and afternoon schedules to help with the process.
School nurses were trained on how to give the vaccine shot at the county’s mass vaccination event last Friday.
“They’re trained and ready to go, and we’re excited. We hope to be able to offer this to our employees within the next week or so. And the sooner, the better, because I think that will help everyone feel more at ease.” Ravalin said.