Parent group sues Lake Central High School over mask policy


NS. JOHN, Ind. – A group of parents are suing Lake Central Schools Corporation over their mandatory masking policy for students and staff.

The parents, who identify themselves as “The Lake Central Majority,” filed the lawsuit in civil court on Wednesday. They are asking for a judge to intervene and change the policy for vaccinated and unvaccinated students and staff, optional.

On August 2, the school board voted unanimously to make masks optional. Four days later, an amendment was passed 4-1 to require masks until Lake County COVID-19 transmission levels “reduced to blue over a three-week period.”

The group argues that people’s lives have returned to normal, except for schools.

The pending litigation takes place as the world is actively watching omicron variant. So far, the variant has not been identified Parent group sues Lake Central High School over mask policy


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