Detroit, MI

Catholic schools will not require vaccines

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If some are still living in a wonderland they must be forgetting that we are still in the midst of a pandemic because cases have started to rise with the delta variant. What does that mean for kids that will be attending in person?

Some school districts are still trying to figure it out but the catholic schools in Detroit will not be requiring vaccines or masks to be worn while students and staff members attend. The schools are strongly recommending that everyone gets vaccinated.

The catholic schools in Detroit will be implementing rules such as outdoor learning experience, plexiglass shields, and at least three to six feet between students. These rules are beneficial but will it make families feel comfortable when their children come home?

As for field trips they will resume once the school year starts and bus transportation will resume but people that live in the same household will be required to sit together, seating charts are required, and bus windows will need to stay open.

Once the season changes to winter I wonder if the window rule will apply? I also wonder if they will still have a virtual option for some families that are not comfortable with going in person. Everything is still up in the air with the plan of the school year that is approaching.

Not requiring masks may cause trouble because even before the pandemic children were getting sick with the flu and colds.

How will you handle the upcoming school year?

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