COSTA MESA, Calif. (CNS) — The California Supreme Court has rejected a request by the Orange County Board of Education to block students from being required to wear face coverings in school according to court records.

The state’s high court on Wednesday rejected the request filed by board’s pro bono law firm Aug. 10.

“I am surprised it was that quick to be honest with you,” Orange County Board of Education member Tim Shaw told City News Service.

“But I think we still have some legal options — maybe starting out at a lower court and working our way up. We’ll have to decide if we want to do that or not and what the legal questions are.”

Shaw said critics of the board’s move don’t quite understand that

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