2021 is now underway, and while the year is still new, the threat of COVID-19 continues to loom. But with vaccinations occurring by the minute, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel to return to normalcy, which means students heading back to classrooms full time. David James is the superintendent of Akron Public Schools, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to answer some questions many have wondered, from the students returning to classrooms to mandatory or voluntary vaccinations. Based on Governor Mike DeWine’s recent comments, James mentioned the subject of quarantine timetables if a student is ill, as well as the proper distance separating students in the classrooms. James has approached the teachers and faculty on obtaining the vaccines, and he says Akron Public Schools is encouraging them to get the vaccine when it is made available, but it is not mandatory at this time.