WATCH: Monroe County Council of School Superintendents talks what parents, students can expect in the fall

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Many area schools are set to start the year within the next week, and Monroe County Council of School Superintendents Bo Wright addressed what parents and students can expect as they head back to the classroom.

With COVID cases still spiking, restrictions like universal masking will be in place to start out the year. Additionally, some districts have added vaccine requirements for faculty and staff.

You can view Wright’s full briefing in the video attached.

For a look at back-to-school plans around the area, check out this list compiled by News10NBC.