Governor Reynolds signed into law HF 847 which prohibits schools from requiring masks on district property. This law is effective immediately making masks optional for all campus activities. Please respect everyone's decision on choosing to wear a mask or not. Thank you for your support. A reminder that school gets out a week from today at 11 a.m. Have a great day.Mr. Burnett
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
Governor Kim Reynolds ★ Lt. Governor Adam Gregg
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, May 20, 2021
CONTACT: Pat Garrett, (515) 802-0986
Gov. Reynolds signs HF 847 into law
DES MOINES - Today, Gov. Reynolds signed HF 847 into law, legislation that contains several components of the governor’s Students First Act as well as provisions that prohibit K-12 schools from mandating masks as well as cities and counties from mandating masks in businesses.
“The state of Iowa is putting parents back in control of their child’s education and taking greater steps to protect the rights of all Iowans to make their own health care decisions,” said Gov. Reynolds. “I am proud to be a governor of a state that values personal responsibility and individual liberties. I want to thank the Iowa Legislature for their quick work in bringing this bill to my desk so that it can be signed into law.”
HF 847: an Act relating to educational programs, funding, tax credits and deductions, open enrollment, supplementary weighting, and including effective date, applicability, and retroactive applicability provisions.