Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho To Meet With Medical Task Force Before Making Mask Decision

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says a determination connected whether look masks volition beryllium required erstwhile classes resume volition beryllium made soon aft helium meets with a aesculapian task unit connected Monday.

Classes resume connected August 23rd which is simply a week from Monday. Unlike Broward, the determination is solely up to the Superintendent and does not necessitate a School Board vote.

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Carvalho said past week helium volition perceive intimately to what his wellness and aesculapian experts say.

“I person obtained my grooming successful biology and aesculapian sciences and tin not rather frankly depart from that position,” helium said. “If we tin not spot doctors, scientists and aesculapian experts, what is the alternative? Who shall we crook to.”

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Carvalho besides said helium would not beryllium swayed by comments from authorities officials that they would withhold salaries from School Superintendents and School Board members if they mandated masks for students, teachers, employees and visitors. The Governor’s enforcement bid threatened to withhold funds from schoolhouse districts that necessitate look masks.

“At nary constituent should a menace against my wage origin successful to the champion determination I volition marque for students and teachers successful the community. I tin not compromise connected that. My presumption is not a governmental one,” said Carvalho.

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Carvalho said it was not wide what the fiscal implications would beryllium regarding School Districts that mandate masks and whether the sanctions would beryllium constricted to the salaries of School Board members and Superintendents.

CBSMiami.com Team

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