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Parents with school-aged children. Have you read through the CDC guidelines for returning to school next semester? I have seen their blue and white banner for days. If you are sending your progeny off to any public or private school later this year, your children will be placed into a world unknown.

Their “guidelines” are expected for babies as young as two years old. Challenging if not impossible. The CDC is in CONTROL and your youngins must fall in line and obey. I see it as “grooming” and not in a positive way.

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) are very clear.

Wear Masks over the age of 2.
(Keeping a mask on a 2 year old?)

No sharing of any items or supplies, all belongings in individual cubbies or labeled containers; no sharing electronic devices, toys, games, learning aids.

Desks 6 feet apart, all facing the same way.

Distance on school buses- one child per seat, skip rows.
(That will equal a lot of bus trips to pick up all the kiddo’s – who is paying for the gas?)

Install sneeze guards and partitions wherever you cannot space 6 ft apart.

No communal shared spaces – cafeterias, playgrounds.
(This is simply – cruel.)

Physical barriers or screens between sinks in bathrooms.

Only pre-packaged boxes or bags of food instead of cafeteria food; kids eat in classrooms.

No field trips, assemblies, or external organizations in the schools. Limit volunteers and visitors.
(School Spirit is gone. I guess Cheerleaders, Teammates, Band, Flags, Vocal Music are over.)

Same children stay with the same staff all day, no switching groups or teachers.

Stagger arrival and departure times for students to limit exposure to crowds of kids.
(Additional hours to get your child home.)

If possible, daily health and temperature checks.

And several rules about cleaning and disinfecting throughout the day and handwashing frequently.

The daily Health Inspections of your child and Temperature Checks. Does anyone see this as excessive? Invasive even? There are eerie “training” vibes with much of this and I do not like it. The Rules are not at all nurturing and I foresee a generation of children, especially the younger being traumatized. The younger they are in this dark, non-social, military-like environment the more irreversibly detrimental it will be on their mental state.

How exactly are they going to keep a 2-year-olds mask on? The children cannot share anything. These concerns are not just for infants. Older grades, if it is science class and only one microscope, sorry, sucks to be you. You are all getting a new education. They are directing you differently. What are these children being “prepped” for and why? Read the above guidelines again and think for yourself. Are you willing to subject your child(ren) to this?

I Homeschooled mine from PreK-6th and she graduated OVER a 4.0 – How? Grades Outstanding, she was Pre-Med while still in Highschool and “College Honors Bound” working at Hospital, earning additional credits. She was a member of The National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Color Guard formerly known as a Flag Girl, and the President of the Spanish Club. This is merely a handful of what she did as a former Homeschooled Kid.

At graduation she was adorned with numerous cord colors around her neck for Awards. Standing out for achievements, she certainly was not socially awkward. The kids who experience any of the new CDC demands? Expect it, there will be social problems. In the end – these new group of students will be different.

Any parent who is home can school their child. Four hours a day. What is the big deal? You do not have to possess a degree in education. Honestly, piece of cake. However, this was not forced upon me. I decided on homeschooling with much research when she was around two and continued until she went on to public school. I had years to map out my lesson plans and strategies. The newbies are in a schooling storm – they are lost and adrift.

Those who are entering school this year … I feel for those kids. Social Distancing toddlers? No Playgrounds? Health Inspections? Skeevy.

I predict there will be a surge of Homeschooling Students this year, and this time – by choice.


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