Two weeks into the new school year and the Wadsworth City School District already has more than 500 students in quarantine, due to COVID.  According to Superintendent Andy Hill, that number represents about twelve percent of the district’s entire student body.  So far, a total of 74 Wadsworth students have tested positive for COVID.  As a result, the district’s board of education has decided to require masks for all students, at least temporarily, beginning today.  The district says the hope is to get its COVID numbers under control and then possibly lift the mask mandate, but until that happens mask-wearing will remain mandatory for everybody.