Here’s A Glimpse Of What Classrooms Will Look Like Post COVID-19
The 2019-2020 school year has come to a close and with a lot of students learning online since the COVID-19 pandemic have you ever wondered what would your child's classroom would look like next year once they reopen?
The CDC just released new guidelines on reopening the economy around the third week of May and they recommend schools place desks six feet apart, and serve lunches in classrooms, close playgrounds, keep children in small groups everyday and cancel field trips and extracurricular activities.
Teachers gave their thoughts of the upcoming school year and what changes could possibly take place like shorter school days including home schooling.
Some classes will even expand into unused gymnasiums, libraries or art rooms.
Even arrivals and dismissals could be different by giving different specific locations and schedules to promote social distancing.
Possible temperature screenings and health checks to all staff and students could be implemented as well.
If you have children how would you feel about them going back to school in the fall?