The determination comes as the school committee has concerns about student safety.
NATICK – The town’s top public health official believes safety measures in place for the fall sports season will likely protect Natick High School athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Public Health Director Jim White wrote in a Wednesday memo to Julie McDonough, chairwoman of the Natick School Committee, that the consensus after speaking with other communities in the Bay State Conference is to allow the fall season to move ahead with the safety precautions currently in place.
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This Tuesday, the School Committee is expected to hear back…