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Will COVID-19 disrupt the 2021-22 school year? Questions remain about how the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus will affect plans for in-person learning for the next school year, with officials considering mitigation measures, such as masks. To what extent do you feel Covid-19 will disrupt the coming school year?
To a great extent
To some extent
To a little extent
In North Carolina, Governor Cooper has the "tough it out" stance mostly in deference to anti-maskers. If it gets worse, he'll say, "Look how long I waited to stop. We are at 13% positivity. In 2020 8% was the stop number. It's worse not any better.
Hopefully, we will begin to see the infection rates drop soon. We still need to take great consideration when planning day-to-day and special events.
Masks, spacing, positive students, and teachers will all impact the school year.
I feel as though there may be another shutdown, especially since there have been several student cases already as the school year has just been.
Yes. We are already receiving information from families about having to quarantine and students who could not start the school year due to positive cases. Additionally, desks are distances, we are wearing masks and we have protocols for safety