“If it’s going pretty well, why would you change that?” Slotnick said on Thursday.
Under Phase 2 of the district’s plan, all students will return to in-person learning Monday through Friday, by Nov. 9, not including students attending Missoula Online Academy.
On Friday, Leahy also issued an order that allows for a maximum of 500 spectators at school athletic events if the host school or district has allowed for spectators. Each school or district is responsible for making the decision to host spectators or not, according to the order. Leahy said in a press release Friday that although the order applies to all sports, it is mostly designed “to bring football games with spectators in Missoula County into better alignment with changes that the other six AA counties recently enacted.”
City waives late fees, service shut-off for Missoula Water customers due to postal delays
Missoula Water will not be tacking on late fees or shutting off service due to late payment for customers…