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I know the children need to be in person , and they will be, when it is safer for students and teachers. Wake County has had many more cases of Covid-19 than smaller areas of the state. I think they made the correct decision, for this area. The scope of trying oversee this issue, in such a huge school district is overwhelming. I pray this will end soon, so that we can begin to play catch up, on what that has been lost. Yet, we have learned, just how vital, school is and in person learning, is the whipped cream and the cherry on top!
- Thank you Melissa, well said! I too am an educator with said school district. I have worked harder (and will continue to do so) since well before school began and continue to do so every day (including my weekends). Yes, we are all giving our all!
- As a parent and a teacher, I support wcpss current plan. Being in the classroom with my students would be easier, but I’m thankful they are putting our safety first. My twins are attending 9th grade at Broughton High School and the Principal, teachers and staff are doing an amazing job!!! I’m beyond impressed!
- I’m a WCPSS parent. We chose VA for my 6th & 9th graders for the consistency, I wasn’t crazy about the back and forth of 1 week in 2 weeks out. I believe with all of my heart and mind that the focus on getting kids back in school needs to start with K-2, and the pre-k program. My older kids are not thrilled, but they can manage. The younger kids need to be in a classroom somehow. I would love to see WCPSS focus on the kids who can’t navigate technology on their own and get them into classrooms.
Adrian, I love to read your posts for the humor and realness of your life. I am a wcpss teacher of children just like your Amos. I support my county’s decision to stay remote. I am working round the clock, weekends, ignoring my family and my own children whom I pulled out of wcpss to homeschool instead this year.
I have daily headaches and nausea from being in front of a computer all day. It is a million times harder for me to provide services to special needs children and I never stop working. I want to go back school with my students but I need to make sure my family stays safe if I am the only one interacting with the public. I don’t feel that any public school is able to provide that safety for us.