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- Leader04/15/2020 at 1:30 PM
Good-bye 5th grade year! Good-bye to the school she grew up in! Our school is closed for the rest of the school year. Who else is dealing with school closures? Whose teen is missing a graduation?
- Member04/15/2020 at 1:51 PM
- Leader04/21/2020 at 9:27 AM
I totally understand that.
- Member04/15/2020 at 5:25 PM
I am expecting them not to reopen this school year. I haven’t heard anything official yet.
- Leader04/21/2020 at 9:28 AM
Where do you live? You probably know by now.
- Member04/27/2020 at 11:22 AM
My daughter is finishing off the school year online. I am expecting the same to happen in the fall – start the school year online.
I may even go back to homeschooling this fall or enroll her in a public schooling at home program. Because she was homeschooled most of her life she does not have strong emotional ties to special events and celebrations the public schools have.
It can be difficult watching our kids deal with life’s disappointments.
- Leader05/11/2020 at 7:09 AM
I totally agree with you. We are thinking about homeschooling her for her sixth grade year because of the schools in this area are not the best. We was hoping to move but dealing this time it isn’t good.
- Member04/27/2020 at 11:24 AM
We live in northern Wisconsin.
I guess I meant the actual physical school closing or opening. She is still in classes online.
- Member04/21/2020 at 9:29 AM
- Member04/24/2020 at 9:00 PM
All the schools (right up to post-secondary) in Sk have been closed indefinitely since Mar 20 and my kids have been home since Mar 16. They are looking to gradually start re-opening the province starting next month but because gathering sizes remain below 10 right now and won’t get bigger than 20 our schools remain closed. We are looking to the fall but they aren’t letting us get our hopes up which means not only will our kids end this year online but they will be starting their new grades online too. I have no clue how that will work but I know that for one of our kids it could carry potential trauma and possible move to actual home schooling.
Andrew is saying goodbye to his school this year too. He’s in gr 6, and on the student council, so we’ve been dealing with a lot of emotion over the loss of what the end of this year brings. There are special trips and events that only happen for this class, and all the last school events that they look forward too. But the hardest to come to terms with is no graduation! Like high school seniors these kids won’t have their achievements celebrated or have a chance for closure to their last year at the school. And they won’t be able to say goodbye to their classmates! They won’t all be moving on to the same school in the fall and it’s crushing them. They didn’t even have the chance to clean out their lockers and desks or bring home stuff from the lost and found or classrooms/boot rooms.
- Leader04/27/2020 at 6:27 AM
That is what we are dealing with because my daughter’s school only goes to fifth grade and she has a lot of things coming up before all of this happen. I don’t know if we will be doing online schooling at the beginning of the next school year they haven’t said it much about it. But I will hope she will get to start 6th grade in school. 🙂 Here is to hoping! 😉