Wooster School in Danbury will require students and staff to wear masks indoors at the beginning of the academic year. The private school in Danbury said in June that it was mandating COVID-19 vaccines for faculty, staff and eligible students. The school serves 300 fifth- through 12th-grade students. 100 percent of faculty and staff are expected to be vaccinated when the academic year begins. More than 92 percent of eligible students will be vaccinated as well. Families could seek medical exemptions, approved by a physician. A new state law on immunization requirements, not for COVID, required religious exceptions to be filed by the end of April.