Shelton schools eye mask policy ‘based on individual choice’
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SHELTON — City students may soon be able to go maskless in school.
Gov. Ned Lamont announced Monday that the state would lift its requirement that students, teachers and staff wear masks in schools — one of his most fiercely contested COVID-19 mandates — and is instead shifting the power to local leaders to make decisions for their districts.