Many people are weary about measures put in place for safety, while others are completely fine with a return to school and don’t view a perceived threat from COVID-19.
Let’s explore cases for each side of this issue, and a common denominator that is needed regardless of when students return to school.
Parents and students long for the return to normalcy where attendance in school offers social interaction, learning, and more.
The pattern that has come to be expected with the process of students being educated has been temporarily interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are those who feel that if proper safety precautions are in place, a return of students and staff returning to a normal school schedule is completely fine.
No formal antivirus exists for COVID-19…yet. This is one factor that scares parents, students, and staff about a return to school in Michigan because of the contagious nature of COVID-19.
Also, there are also disagreeing opinions about the safety standards and precautions that should be taken to keep students and administrators safe.
There are those who feel that a return to school should be postponed until the seriousness of COVID-19 can be addressed with proper safety and medical measures.
Regardless of whether students and staff return to school this fall or not, schools will need to be properly disinfected for any type of return to be considered.
The professional disinfecting of schools offers a fair and balanced starting point for every school to consider a safe re-opening by having common surfaces and areas properly cleaned and ready for use.
Contact the administration of your students’ school and ask about what safety precautions are being planned for when school does reopen. If disinfecting is not on their list, then have them contact the experts at Emergency Restoration - (248) 299-4500.