There are schools that started reopening their facility for in-person learning. Then again, some still uses the combination of online and in-person learning. However, caregivers and parents are wondering whether it is a good idea to send their children back to school, especially that there is still a pandemic. Well, if it is just a simple case of sending surplus items from home in storage Brighton, that would not be a problem. But this one’s different as it involves the safety and health kids.
Schools are not just a place for kids to study and learn. Also, this is one of the safest places among kids while their parents are at work. Besides, schools are supporting the physical, social, emotional and mental health of children.
However, they are only safe if they are implementing and following safety measures that are designed to prevent Covid-19 from spreading in the facility and if local community has the control of the virus. School officials and teachers as well as health experts are working diligently to ensure that their schools are safe while open. To prevent Covid-19 from spreading, schools are limiting the size of classes, staggering schedules or offering online learning.
Some are even using the combination of both in-person and online learning. Schools that have in-person learning normally need teachers and children to wear masks, take safety precautions and maintain social distancing at all times.
To learn more whether cases of Covid-19 is decreasing, increasing or stays the same, check out the website of your local health department or call them. You can read local newspapers too for current events.
How likely is My Kid Get the Virus in School?
As a matter of fact, children are less likely to have Covid-19 and spread it than adults. Many health experts say that going back to school with safety protocols in place help in protecting its students and decrease their chances to catch the virus. Some of these safety protocols include staggered schedules, keeping children spaced apart, wearing cloth face coverings or face masks, cleaning surfaces and washing hands often as well as grouping the same teachers and students together during school day.