Parents, if you’re planning on sending your kids back to school in the middle of this “pandemic,” please think long and hard before subjecting your kids to the “new school normal.”
I think it’s time I stop trying to schedule my video topics because every time I do, something happens that makes me go off my plan. Although I was going to share my favorite books on my shelves, I felt this was far more important.
An Ohio school district wants to require its students to wear tracking beacons upon their return to school to help protect against the rona. I wish I were joking.
And I thought the crazy CDC guidelines were bad enough.
I usually don’t post videos to YouTube on the weekend, but, needless to say, this couldn’t wait.
And so it begins. As schools begin to prepare to reopen during this “pandemic,” we are getting an inside look into the psychologically damaging environment kids will be exposed to if and when sent back.
Visit my channel today to watch my critique of a video made by a school district to help their students and parents get ready for the “new normal.” This school district’s video is so disturbing that many people actually thought it was satire. It’s not.
Better buckle up.
Back-to-school time is upon us!
Chances are, your social media accounts have already been inundated with gleeful posts and memes by parents everywhere celebrating their kids’ imminent return to school.
If you’re not the social media type, you’ve likely been “blessed” with video clips on the mainstream media outlets showcasing parents jumping up and down with excitement as their children are driven away on that big yellow bus.
I get it; it’s supposed to be funny.
But it’s not.
It’s high time parents today start using some critical thinking when it comes to their children. Enough is enough.
Enjoy the rant. 🙂
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A few days ago, I happened to see a screenshot of some back-to-school advice that someone shared. Written specifically for the parents of those registering their kids for kindergarten, I have no reservations about the fact that the author meant well.
I was appalled and astonished to see that this advice proved what I was saying the other week about the schools usurping parental authority This post, on the other hand, is suggesting that you hand it over willingly.
No usurpation required.