A plan for what school will look like in the fall in Brookfield has been approved by the Board of Education. During their meeting on Wednesday. members signed off on recommendations from the school opening team, health department and others. It calls for full in-person learning, with kids in school buildings 5 days a week. But it is contingent on state recommendations. School districts are still waiting for guidance from the state on mask mandates for students and staff. The CDC recommends everyone in school buildings wear masks, regardless of vaccination status. The plan does say that masks are not required for outdoor activities including outdoor gym classes and recess. Plexiglass dividers will be taken down and dismissal times at the elementary schools will no longer be staggered in the fall. Buses will go back to full capacity and all in-person clubs and activities will resume.