It seems no matter the media outlet, the primary focus of the current news cycle is the re-opening of schools. Author and educator, Mike Magee, posted a tweet last week that addressed schools reopening. Mr. Magee referred to his work in both K-12 and higher education for the past 25 years and said, “From a systems design and planning perspective, I’ve never seen anything remotely this complex.”
The school re-opening planning process has been complex, and while working through guidelines and best practices, I have been asked numerous times, “What can I do to help?” I am so grateful for the generosity from people who feel empowered to be a part of the solution. The bottom line – we want to be back in school.
Now, Rohan Woods community, I am going to ask for your help. The spread of COVID-19 is on the rise throughout Missouri, including the St. Louis metropolitan region. And there is one simple letter that you need to remember to individually, and as a family, help decrease the spread of the virus and increase the chance that schools reopen in August. All you need to remember is the letter W to make an impact.
Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Watch your distance.
These three simple things will increase the viability that your children will be learning in school this fall.
All the best,