If you’re planning to attend a future meeting of the Cuba City Council, be prepared to wear a mask. During the September 1 meeting of the council, which was closed to the public due to coronavirus concerns, Mayor Cody Leathers announced that future meetings will require all attendees to wear masks and maintain social distancing until further notice.
During his weekly COVID-19 report on Friday, September 4, Cuba Superintendent Jon Earnhart reported the district had 75 students and eight staff members in quarantine as a result of the first two positive cases reported in the new school year.
During its August 25 meeting, the Cuba School Board approved the district’s tax levy for 2020, which will be used to collect local revenue to support operations during the 2020-21 school year. The amount approved was unchanged from last year.
Cuba Superintendent Jon Earnhart announced today that a Cuba Middle School student has tested positive for COVID-19. A total of 42 people have been quarantined due to possible exposure.
The Cuba Board of Education met in open session on August 25. The administrators—Assistant Superintendent Curt Graves and Superintendent Jon Earnhart—reported a successful first couple of days for the district.