Tony Neumann

Iowa Falls School District Superintendent Tony Neumann speaks to the school board during a meeting on Aug. 10, 2020.

The Iowa Falls School Board will review - and consider changing - its seven-month-old mask mandate when it meets next month.

The issue of face coverings was raised at the board’s March 8 meeting. Superintendent Tony Neumann said he was contacted by two parents after Gov. Kim Reynolds lifted the state’s limited mask mandate on Feb. 7, and there have been discussions about face coverings among superintendents in the state.

Chris Stauffer

Iowa Falls School Board member Chris Stauffer speaks at an Aug. 10, 2020 meeting during conversation about a proposed face coverings mandate. Stauffer cast the lone vote against requiring face coverings in the school buildings and on buses.

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