Vehicles are taken out of service for a number of reasons — from bad brakes or tires or other problems that pose safety risks. Troopers also took two individuals out of service for various driver violations, according to a state patrol media release.
The man also was arraigned on a felony charge of making a terroristic threat in one case that stems from a May 5 incident, as well as intentional child abuse with no injury in a case that stems from a May 16 incident.
In a classroom, if the person who tested positive was not wearing a mask, or if the other students were not wearing masks, then the students with “close contact” would have to quarantine while the person who tests positive isolates.
During Monday's board meeting, Superintendent Ron Hanson said the district would require masks through the end of 2020 and a school patron presented a petition that requested families be allowed to sign liability waivers so students don't have to wear masks.