CRAIG COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — School officials in Craig County have decided to comply with Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s Executive Order 2 by making the matter of student masking a “completely parental choice,” except on school buses.

According to Craig County Public Schools, the school board unanimously voted on Tuesday, Jan. 18 to no longer mandate face coverings for any student, staff member, or visitor in the district.

However, due to a requirement from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) — which has been extended through March 18 — the district says students and drivers are still required to wear masks on school buses and cars.

Craig County schools officials say they are in the process of revising their mitigation strategies to include quarantine and isolation requirements.

If you have any questions, you are asked to direct them to your child’s building administrator.

This news comes just one day after Pulaski County Public Schools rescinded mask mandates for school grounds.

Other districts — including Roanoke County, Botetourt County, Lynchburg, and Roanoke City — have either voted to continue requiring masks or are waiting on further clarification before making a decision.