California Students Kick Off the School Year, Adjust to Safety Protocols

With thousands of students in California returning to school after more than a year of the CCP virus pandemic, students are adjusting to the new normal with added safety measures.  Students across the state also face the prospect of catching up on learning that may have been lost during last year’s school closures.  In Orange County, Tustin Unified School District (TUSD) began its school year Aug. 12 following the state’s mask mandate for students in classrooms, along with other safety protocols.   Jon Schrank, a parent of a senior student within TUSD, said his main concern was that children “are woefully behind” in their academics.   “Junior year for my girls was the most difficult high school year, academically, and my son skated through it, because it was online … Collectively, the junior class going into the senior class—that’s the greatest worry,” Schrank told The Epoch Times.  Coming back to school from distance …

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