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What they want and what is safe are different.
Hanover has actually had a very successful and safe roll out. They gave parents the choice before the year started if they would like their children to go back or continue online learning. Whatever their original choice was they were to stick with that the entire semester. After the semester was over they could change their choice. We chose in person for our child due to their age. He is 7 and after seeing online learning for Kindergarten first hand last year, we knew that online wasn’t going to be beneficial for 1st graders. They have less children at the school since a small percentage opted for online learning which helps some. Plus the children are required to wear their masks at all times (which according to his teacher, hasn’t been as big of a hassle as originally expected) and are required to always keep hand sanitizer on them. We’ve been impressed by how safe they have made things and also how well our child has performed this year in person vs. last year online. But I can see how an influx of students could be a poor choice now.
Jeff, I thought the HPS and all residents of HC were racist and backwoods. @ least that what I have read from many commentators on this site. Just saying. Glad your child is doing well.
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