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Are you sending your child back to school?


Sorry if this may be a personal question! I’m genuinely curious are you sending your child back to school. If so are there any precautions that you’re taking? If not what is your view? I am asking because my sister is currently in high school and is immune compromised. With the numbers on the rise very worried about her and would like to know what my fellow internet friends are doing!
Oct 06, 2020 @ 12:28 pm

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No way.

I would not recommend sending an immune compromised child back to school. Our schools just decided to send them back October 12. My neice and nephew will be going back, but since I have a 6 month old, they won't be able to come over to visit unless wearing a mask and 6 feet away. I wouldn't send them back if they were my children. It seems to risky given that other districts have had to shut back down after reopening too quickly. Virtual learning is hard, but worth it for the safety. I'm super paranoid about catching covid and don't want to put my child at risk so I avoid going anywhere if possible. My husband works and I even get paranoid about him. He had a scare at work about 2 weeks ago and I wore a mask in my house around the baby until we both got tested and came back negative. It's such a weird time.
Oct 06, 2020 @ 01:19 pm

Remote learning

I decided to keep my kiddos home for remote learning. My husband is home during the day to be with them and I work during the day.
So far its going great.
The kids miss friends but thankfully we have others near that dont go to school either so we can have play dates with others.
Nov 02, 2020 @ 03:07 pm

Sending Kids to School

My son is special needs so my reasoning may be different than others. I was worried that I would fail him if I kept him home. I worried if I was good enough to teach him. I worried I could hold his attention long enough to get through to him. So I made the choice to send him back even though I think I have a ulcer due to worrying all the time. I see the reasons on both sides which made it a hard choice for me. But so far knock on wood he hasn't gotten the virus. We remind him everyday how important it is to wash his hands and keep his mask on. Its hard to get him to wear it but he does.
Nov 13, 2020 @ 07:55 pm

Back to school

No my kids been virtual since school started it really hard but I don’t trust them going to school since school been back in the number here are high my oldest son school is overwhelmed with cases
Nov 14, 2020 @ 09:29 am

In person

We're in PA and 100% in person. Zero cases *knock on wood*
Jan 21, 2021 @ 09:34 pm


I'm a stay at home mom so it's unnecessary to send my young children to daycare.
Mar 11, 2021 @ 11:01 pm

No school

Here in Birmingham, our Schools are virtual
Mar 27, 2021 @ 06:11 pm

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Apr 01, 2021 @ 09:51 am


I virtually schooled my kids the first half of the year and sent them all back the 2nd half. I reasoned that they needed more socialization skills other then brothers and sisters. They needed to be with other kids their own ages and learn how to mesh in society. The school district we're in is very strict and there have been zero covid-19 cases at all. All kids MUST wear masks. Temperatures are taken several times per day. While my kids did well academically through the virtual school my time became very limited as with 8 kids only 1 under the age of 5 it's hard to help all the kids learn at once. Also the kids were glad to be back in school w/ a nice routine with their peers. My advice is if you want to do virtual schooling great. but don't chastise anyone for their choice to send kids back into the classroom. Not all schools or school districts are the same and we're not all tossing the kids into the lions den.
May 31, 2021 @ 01:19 pm


My daughter stayed at home during the pandemic because I care about her health a lot. Since she used to go to kindergarten, there was no need for her to learn remotely. But staying at home was too boring for her, so I decided to buy a playground from kickstarter for her. I have to say that her mood increased, so the end of the pandemic wasn't as bad as it could be.
Oct 01, 2021 @ 05:19 am

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