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Students wear their face masks at Muscle Shoals High School as they change classes. The school board accepted Superintendent Chad Holden's recommendation to extend their mask requirement for students, faculty, staff and visitors through Oct. 1. [FILE/LISA SINGLETON-RICKMAN/TIMESDAILY]

MUSCLE SHOALS — The school board accepted Muscle Shoals City Schools Superintendent Chad Holden's recommendation to extend the masking requirement for students, faculty staff and visitors for three more weeks during its meeting Monday night.

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