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    Thoughts on Schools

    Just curious on how your kids school system is handling the virus for the upcoming year?


    Will it be all online? Some online and some in person?


    People...kids in general..... really need to socialize in person aside from social media....just my two cents.

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    It's a few weeks out and they still haven't came to a decision. It sounds like there will be a mix of in person and stay at home. It's a total cluster.

    I'll go one better. How are daycares handling drop off? Ours want you to pull up, let another person take your kid (including infants and toddlers), and then they take them to the classroom. Wtf? It's bad enough leaving them with someone else all day, but now they want to let strangers take your kids inside? What's to keep them from walking the kid out a side door? The teacher would have no way of knowing that the kid simply didn't show up that day. This is all fucked up!

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    Schools in my area start back on the tenth. They gave us the choice of online or in person . My daughter will be going . We did give her the choice but she is also a senior and only has to go to one class . You are right people need to socialize homeschool kids are usually pretty awkward .

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    We had parent polls not to long ago and surprisingly enough, most parents in my district were in favor of their kids going back to the classroom. But thanks to the state commie leaders, we will be 100% virtual learning when classes start up next week. And that's pretty much state-wide. I have two high schoolers and they ain't too happy. Neither is the misses, who is a HS teacher.

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    This pic was funny a couple of months ago. Now I think it will be reality.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    This pic was funny a couple of months ago. Now I think it will be reality.

    LMAO....sad but looking true

    Here they only have maybe half a team playing each sports so far. About 1/4 of the school signed up for online so far. NO WAY mine will be doing online. We were forced into that this past spring and it truly sucked ass. Nothing worked right teachers and kids were not prepared. Do much for the no kid left behind act. The next year is gonna be most kids left behind and they all pass to the next grade.

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    I think itís going to be like major league baseball someoneís going to show up with the virus so the whole class and teacher have to quarantine and itís just gonna be a domino effect and teachers are gonna be quarantine for 14 days we are going to run out to teachers halfway through the school year.

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    School in PA is doing two days a week in person the rest online or you can opt out for all online

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    Iím honestly worried about the schools being closed and students learning from online schooling. Nothing beats that one on one teacher/kid/classroom experience. Iím afraid kids are at a serious learning disadvantage with schools being closed. Especially the kids who already struggle to keep up. I have no doubt that kids will fall behind where they should be.

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    Go back on the 20th here. Itís optional and I think 1/3 decided to stay home. This will be a total train wreck.

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    School is for stupid people... kids learn the most at home. Iron fist and experience...


    itís up to dads and moms to show the way.. this is how it has always been, civilization after civilization. Teach them kiddos, and show them the way. Take them to the gun range, make them grow a garden, answer there questions with more than just ďBecause I told you soď... kids are resilient and smarter than we give them credit for... show your sons how to be men, show your daughters how to be women, and show them all how to survive.

    I think we can all agree with the fact that our kids future should not depend on the government nor the liberal gay ass education system. Teachers be touching kids everytime we turn around, goth kids be shooting shit up.

    kids are safer at home even without China aids 2.0.

    just my opinion, bout to Oregon trail this shit myself!

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    The fact is societyís based around kids attending school from 8-5, while we the parents are working. Closed schools are another cog in the Democrats wheel of destruction on our economy. Many families will lose or leave the works force to teach their kids online, therefore turning 2 income homes into 1 income homes.

    Younger kids will be hit especially hard, not to mention special ed or kids on the spectrum.

    What happens when kids go to school and someone gets corona, will they vaccinate your kids with out parents permission?

    We are literally fucked if we do and fucked if we donít


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    Yeah. If you are raising kids and can afford to live with 1 income...

    if not, then youíll have to move to the country, start a community type thing where all the kids .... oh my god... weíre gonna have to be Amish... holy fuck! This whole time, they had it right!!! Well all be damned

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milford King View Post
    Yeah. If you are raising kids and can afford to live with 1 income...

    if not, then youíll have to move to the country, start a community type thing where all the kids .... oh my god... weíre gonna have to be Amish... holy fuck! This whole time, they had it right!!! Well all be damned
    Maybe a little different as I like my trucks and guns but mostly yes...oh, I'm sorry were you not talking directly to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by gear church View Post
    Maybe a little different as I like my trucks and guns but mostly yes...oh, I'm sorry were you not talking directly to me
    well Iíll tell ya one thing I ainít seen yet.... and thatís an Amish man wearing a mouth mask. Theyíre prolly immune, but I almost guarantee something will happen and this school year will be cancelled and require a pending mandatory vaccine before kids will be allowed entry.

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