To School inside a Pandemic What Families Can Get This Fall

 

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Here’;s a quick look at some changes we can expect in the fall. School starts in about a month. But it probably won’t be what your kids are used to. Here’;s a quick look at some changes we can expect in the fall. Menu.

Back to School in a Pandemic: What Families Can Expect This Fall By. 2 days ago · To help quell back-to-school jitters, visit the school building before the term starts. Dr.

Goldberg, for example, has driven her 5-year-old. On average, parents expect to spend about $529 per child on school supplies this fall, up slightly from last year, according to Deloitte’s 2020 back-to-school. 1 day ago · Although some of these parents will likely put their kids back in school once the pandemic is under control, homeschooling advocates see this period as an unlikely opportunity to evangelize their. Back to school in a pandemic: What Vermont students and families can expect. to remote learning or some hybrid model in response to how the pandemic progresses through the fall.

Others will be expected to return to physical classrooms full time, with exceptions for families who feel uncomfortable sending students back to school in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. About half of parents expect to lose income this back-to-school season. emergency funds are even skimpier under the pandemic How some families managed to avoid pandemic financial fall. Families can keep their educational goals for loved ones on track — even during 2020. With costs rising at many colleges, the ability of families to save for the future becomes more important than ever. While navigating the changing school landscape for their children, families can still focus on planning and saving.

What has changed?Planning for in-person classes. Going back to school this fall will require schools and families to work together even more than before. Schools will be making changes to their policies and operations with several goals: supporting learning; providing important services, such as school. July 1, 2020 at 11:02 pm. “Children from low income families who face hunger, possible abuse, mental health difficulties, and other issues have been hit the hardest during this pandemic.

But these are issues outside of school.

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The future is likely to bring additional strains of flu, just as the last few years found student affairs leaders and health educators responding to threats of pandemics from avian flu, MRSA, and H1N1.

“Student Services: A Handbook for the Profession” by John H. Schuh, Susan R. Jones, Shaun R. Harper
from Student Services: A Handbook for the Profession
by John H. Schuh, Susan R. Jones, Shaun R. Harper
Wiley, 2010

Most children are infected with M. tuberculosis from household contacts, but outbreaks of childhood tuberculosis centered in elementary and high schools, nursery schools, family day care homes, churches, school buses, and stores still occur.

“Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics” by Karen Marcdante, Robert M. Kliegman, Richard E. Behrman, Hal B. Jenson
from Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics
by Karen Marcdante, Robert M. Kliegman, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

If mishandled, the presence of HIV and other devastating communicable diseases (e.g., viral and bacterial forms of meningitis) among the students of a school can be unnerving and cause a panic among both students and faculty (Gay, 2008).

“Introduction to School Counseling” by Robert J. Wright
from Introduction to School Counseling
by Robert J. Wright
SAGE Publications, 2011

For example, schools have been identified as a primary driver of seasonal influenza (Germann et al., 2006), and some believe that closing schools will slow the spread of a pandemic.

“Ethical and Legal Considerations in Mitigating Pandemic Disease: Workshop Summary” by Institute of Medicine, Board on Global Health, Forum on Microbial Threats, Alison Mack, Eileen R. Choffnes, P. Frederick Sparling, Margaret A. Hamburg, Stanley M. Lemon
from Ethical and Legal Considerations in Mitigating Pandemic Disease: Workshop Summary
by Institute of Medicine, Board on Global Health, et. al.
National Academies Press, 2007

First, although there is no way to know the characteristics of a pandemic virus before it emerges, the planning assumptions suggest that in the absence of intervention influenza illness rates are likely to be highest among school-aged children (about 40 percent).

“National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza: Implementation Plan” by Homeland Security Council (U.S.)
from National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza: Implementation Plan
by Homeland Security Council (U.S.)
Homeland Security Council, 2006

In addition to illness and death, an especially severe influenza pandemic may cause severe disruption resulting from school and business closings and interruption of public transportation and food services.

“Modern Dental Assisting E-Book” by Doni L. Bird, Debbie S. Robinson
from Modern Dental Assisting E-Book
by Doni L. Bird, Debbie S. Robinson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

Schools may be particularly affected because children tend to shed the greatest amount of virus and are likely to pose a higher risk of transmission than the adult population (CDC, 2016b).

“School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text” by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
from School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text
by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
F. A. Davis Company, 2019

Outbreaks have been reported in nursing homes, military bases, school campuses and cruise ships.

“Virology E-Book: An Illustrated Colour Text” by Stephen N J Korsman, Gert Van Zyl, Wolfgang Preiser, Louise Nutt, Monique I Andersson
from Virology E-Book: An Illustrated Colour Text
by Stephen N J Korsman, Gert Van Zyl, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

Outbreaks of influenza often occur in boarding schools, army camps, nursing homes, etc.; similarly, nosocomial spread of RSV is common in hospital nurseries.

“Encyclopedia of Toxicology” by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson, Shayne C. Gad, P. J. Bert Hakkinen, Michael Kamrin, Ann De Peyster, Betty Locey, Carey Pope, Harihara M. Mehendale, Lee R. Shugart
from Encyclopedia of Toxicology
by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson, et. al.
Elsevier, 2005

Epidemics occur in semi-closed communities (e.g., child care centers, schools, college dormitories [especially among college freshmen], and military barracks) and account for about 2 to 3 percent disease cases (CDC, 2017c).

“Burns' Pediatric Primary Care E-Book” by Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks, Nancy Barber Starr, Margaret A. Brady, Nan M. Gaylord, Martha Driessnack, Karen Duderstadt
from Burns’ Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks, Nancy Barber Starr, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

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  • This comment section is full of parents saying they don’t want their kids back in school or people talking about elementary school children not being able to keep masks on. You have to think about 13+ kids and college students. It’s hard having a class at home where you can’t focus and can’t ask for help. Trust me I’m a student about to start highs school and I’m really hoping it’s not online. It might be hard for the parents to have the kids stay home but it’s way harder for the students.

  • They have a new schedule out where highschool students have to commit to online classes until half the semester. Meanwhile middle through-elementary have a decision, and I think that’s the dumbest thing ever. Half of the kids in elementary won’t even remember their friends. The roles should definitely be flipped. Highschool memories and friends are way more different and important. They can make up for years lost but highschoolers can’t especially if they’re a senior.:(

  • I’m no parents, but I’m not optimistic about this. I’m more focus on the kids with underling conditions that maybe fatal for them hence given by the Doctor, She claims to have no substantial evidence towards that. Doesn’t seem promising…

  • NO kids will not be safe. I just read in UK that a child was taken “kidnapped” by the school and parents were not being told were the child is!!!! social services and school saying the child showed symptoms of covid.

  • parents are gonna do what theyre gonna do, and the kids are going to learn one way or the others. the questions are most often about which level of emotion or hyped dramatic expectation will the lying leftist press fail to pressure with their intern impeached infections and trump derangement syndrome sicknesses. their answer better not be chaz again.

  • My high school has 1,300 students and our classrooms have at least 38 students in them…our auditorium isn’t even big enough to hold 9th classes and most of us have to take the train and buses to school because that how it works in New York.����

  • You gon send your kindergartner to school with a Spider-Man mask and he’ll come back to home with a Batman mask bc he traded masks with his friend at lunch. The whole school will be shut down the next day.

  • what about if you only got one child that you’re very protective of them and you have the time to help them with online schooling why aren’t we getting offered a choice

  • There is still too much unknown information about this virus to be trying to send our children to school, and using them like they are experimental mice in a lab.

  • The virtual learning is set up during times most parents have to work..so its like you have no choice to send them to school because they are to young or unwilling to log in to do live streams at certain times in the day…which requires adult help…and most parents will have to work during that time.. Smh

  • Test Question people # 1 with a real life scenario. 600 people attended a YMCA summer camp in Georgia where over half of them contracted covid19 including workers.
    What does this say about what should happen to the 2020 school year?
    a. Online schooling, thumbs up
    b. Attend School, thumbs down

  • I wish I would let them put that thing on my kids face and my son got asthma can’t hardly breathe they better take that s*** and throw it in the trash. My kids will be homeschool ok.

  • Ya’ll do realize that ur affecting your kids future. It is a terrible Idea. Why would I go to school if the virus could spread even faster on campus. Smh

  • In Taiwan the kids can go back to schools because it’s CDC has taken very strict precaution not only to incoming travelers but using trace and contact measure to minimize the infection, when students sit in the classroom there is an acrylic glass around each desk, each student needs to wear a mask in the class room, when they eat their lunch no words can be exchanged. Students are really obident, because each civilian follows Taiwan government’s guidelines, now the whole island is safe, so no masks are needed in schools only in public transportstion. Can we follow the same protocols in the States? I have always said it way earlier, each State just follow Taiwan CDC protocols, our infection and mortality could be much less, schools can be reopened.

  • nonsense. i currently have covid and i am 14! i have been at home these past few months and so has my family and somehow me and my stepfather got it. another girl my age also got. i think it’s a bad idea to send students back. even with the guidelines, there are hundreds of students, do you think all of them will follow those rules?

  • With today’s technology and high speed internet, education should be done remotely at least for the time being, until a vaccine is available for everyone.

  • Schoooooool’s Out… Forever.��������‍��‍��‍����‍����‍��‍����‍��‍��‍����‍��‍��‍����‍��‍��‍����‍��‍��‍����‍��‍����‍��‍����‍��‍��������

  • Keep schools closed and continue distance learning �� here in New York state we are preparing for a spike in the virus.. it’s too risky to open schools and there are good options… thank you

  • if the argument is that kids are safer at school then home during the epidemic we have much bigger issues in this country then covid

  • HEY….. NOBODY FORCING YOU TO SEND KIDS TO SCHOOL……. IF YOU CHOOSE TO KEEP YOUR KIDS AT HOME??? DO SO BY ALL MEANS……… BUT….. DO NOT LET YOUR RESERVATIONS DICTATE OTHERS AND THEIR KIDS FROM GOING BACK TO SCHOOL……. ///// PEOPLE GOING IN AND OUT OF MARKETS….. HOSPITALS…. CHIROPRASCTORS…. DRUG STORES…… DO YOU SEE SPIKE THERE???? OR YOU JUST DON’T CARE FOR IT THERE???? JUST LIKE RIOTS ARE SAFE……. LMAO…..

  • I HOPE THE AUTHORITIVE PEOPLE HAVE ENOUGH COMMON SENSE TO TEST ALL
    CHILDREN / STUDENT BEFORE SENDING THEM IN A CLASSROOM OR BUILDING.
    OTHERWISE I AM LEFT TO BELIEVE POPULATION CONTROL IS IN EFFECT.

  • They should really teach kids things like social skills training or things concerning the workplace. Most employers don’t seem to care as much about education if you don’t have good social skills. They want people who are outgoing and are comfortable in their skin.

  • I’m in Texas a hot spot here in July and their pushing to reopen. Nope, I have five kids and we have immune issues. I’m not risking this. Here the government cares more about the money than our lives.

  • experts shepberts. these as*hats dont have a clue and figure neither should you. Here in the states the schools knew physical classes werent resuming and waited to the last minute to inform the parents. 50 million kids with no school for a disease that kills.002% I say hell to the no. I am Mad as hell and I am Not gonna take it anymore.

  • Dad will not be able to embrace his little ones because he can’t be confident in everyone doing the tight thing. I’m sorry for him, he has my respect.

  • Both teachers raised very good concerns but that is the dilemma what is the best solution and no matter what, it will be met with some level of criticism. HOWEVER as an educator with experience in the classroom and with online development and delivery (for adults) having ALL classes online is very difficult especially with a full load (as the teacher mentioned for non semestered grade 12 students). Having seen this first hand it is very difficult. Just imagine readings, assignments, online tests, group discussions and zoom calls for each course. Now what if you have 5, 6, 7 or 8 course??? This is the reality for many College students in September. Also courses cannot just be “thrown” up online as some people think. It will be difficult for many. I am hoping that some really good leaders emerge in the education field!!

  • I am so worried for my kids health and safety when school reopens, I pray we all have gotten through the worst and can have a better future because of all we weathered together!!

  • She’s an expert on what? foolishness. physical distancing among children. Do these people hear themselves. All of them are psychopaths.

  • I guess I’m confused by the emphasis on student mental health I agree it’s important but my personal experience says “where was it for me when I went through high school” the instinct to say “oh, well, I survived, so, just get used to it” is strong.

    I still don’t think schools should return to ‘normal’. I think everyone is going to have to compromise a little bit. But that’s better than just ‘turning the factory back on’ so to speak

  • This interview sounds like the government told the Dr. To go on tv and calm down the public…where I live we dont really have a choice and the government is FORCING us to send our kids back to school…if we dont they threaten to take them away

  • herd immunity is what Usa is doing, like it or not..schools should remain closed. The leader is wrong, in this case..and the virus is mutating in kids..