School Closing

November 29, 2009
By sarahjeanorsini GOLD, Hartland, Wisconsin
sarahjeanorsini GOLD, Hartland, Wisconsin
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I’m writing in response to “School Closing Response Plan Worked” posted on October 26th. I think it’s interesting how after the school opened back up, there was a jump of absentees by six percent. Since children are more susceptible to falling ill, the first action should have been to take the rest of the week off as a primary action. The children don’t stop their everyday activities if school is closed, which results in them actively running around and visiting others . . . as well as being in contact with more people. I do applaud the officials by preparing for more closings, while willing to lend help for those who don’t have computers or internet if the schools do.

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Bethani GOLD said...
on Dec. 18 2009 at 6:36 pm
Bethani GOLD, Highlands Ranch, Colorado
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Favorite Quote:
Life is perfect until you sit back and realize how boring it is without risks.

I agree. If a school closes, then all activities should stop too. Otherwise people will get sick like you said.

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