School mask survey respondents fairly evenly split on mandate

Posted 11/25/20

A total of 178 responses came from residents in Maries, Gasconade and Osage counties of which 85 or 47.8 percent said a mask mandate should not go into effect; 81 or 45.5 percent said a mandate …

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School mask survey respondents fairly evenly split on mandate

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A total of 178 responses came from residents in Maries, Gasconade and Osage counties of which 85 or 47.8 percent said a mask mandate should not go into effect; 81 or 45.5 percent said a mandate should go into effect and 12 or 6.7 percent said maybe a mask mandate should go into effect.

A total of 144 or 80.9 percent of respondents had students in their school district; and 34 or 19.1 percent said they did not have a student enrolled in their district.

Of the 178 responses, 100 or 56.2 percent were from the Owensville/Gerald area; 23 or 12.9 percent were from Linn; 18 or 10.1 percent were from the Belle/Bland area; 12 or 6.7 percent of respondents answered from Vienna, Westphalia and Hermann. One person, or .6 percent, responded from the Chamois school district.

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