CDC to Totally Transform Schools

CDC Guidelines for Schools 2020
CDC to Totally Transform Schools
PARENTS: YOU MUST BE AWAKE AT THIS TIME ❤️ #PLEASESHARE
 
Based on CDC guidelines to reopen schools which are under review and ABCNews coverage, this is what the new school environment will look like. Perhaps 12 children to a class spaced apart six feet and all wearing masks. Never to congregate. What about music? drama? art? sports? It doesn’t look good for those subjects. Two articles are linked at the end regarding K-12 schools and childcare.
 
Teachers: Your role is looking less and less. The online curriculum companies will lead class. We all know that this has been coming! DeVos is sending a boatload of money to the states to enact machine learning. As for home school, many can point to the Harvard conference coming up in June. The goal of the conference is to rid the country of homeschooling.
 
Feel like we’re all being funneled in a particular direction?
 
NOW we see the plans that have been discussed for the last 10 years or at least since MACC has been reporting. Via career pathways established when children are very young and based on some data points and predictive health diagnoses, a certain percentage will be ushered off into their jobs/apprenticeships early. Let me say that again. Early, thereby saving more space in the classrooms. That would likely be by the beginning of middle school.
 
Remember also that the US DOE has been talking about longer days and longer school years. Another scheduling format could be shorter periods at school and rotated with the rest of the school population. This could mean school all year. Why not? It’s been tried in various large cities and it’s a part of our Minnesota statutes already.
 
NOW is the time to rise up! Stand up for your own and for the children of your community. What is coming is nothing short of the enslavement of the next generation. It is a new system to take over our lives from the very beginning. 
 
How can you help?
1. Immediately call your senator and representative. Read them these CDC guidelines.
 
2. Help MACC look for bills that would enforce these and other CDC guidelines upon your family.
 
3. Be on guard!!!

Browerville Schools to Hold Graduation

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Browerville Schools to Celebrate Graduation with Ceremony

Here’s some great news for your day!! Graduates and families everywhere will appreciate this school moving forward to celebrate the K-12 rites of passage. With everyone in 6-week isolation, no doubt this event will be a joyful yet tearful celebration.

Browerville Public Schools will hold graduation outside on Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 1:00pm while keeping “adequate safe distance between individuals”.  Parents only are invited to keep the attendance limited.

Browerville has done a great job of working to safe distance graduates and parents under CDC guidelines. They are a small high school and therefore have a small graduating class. Mid and larger high schools could hold smaller groupings of graduates. It’s worth taking up this idea with your school!

Read the public information below.

“After significant discussion and debate, it was determined that Browerville High School will hold the 2020 High School Commencement Ceremony on Sunday, May 17, 2020 at 1:00 in the elementary turn around. In order to hold the ceremony, while keeping a adequately safe distance between individuals, we are limiting the attendance to parents of the graduates only, with a maximum of four. Seniors are to be at the high school by noon and meet in the high school gymnasium to line up.

Gowns will be handed out on May 5-8. The price for graduates is $10.00 for the tassel. Honor graduate cost will be $13.00 for a tassel and a cord. High honor graduate cost will be $16.00 for a tassel and two cords. In addition, all lunch charges, shop projects, band charges, and Chromebooks must be paid when caps and gowns are picked up.

At the conclusion of the ceremony, all caps and gowns are to be returned to the high school gymnasium.

The district is currently working on having the ceremony live streamed and recorded for replay. Information will follow at a later time.

Please look for a mailing describing the events to come in more detail. Again, thank you for your continued patience and understanding. GO TIGERS!”