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Feb 26 2021

Zipped Into Pods for Band Practice

A year into the pandemic, ever so slowly, usually over the strident resistant of Biden’s masters in the teachers’ unions, students are getting back to school. From Wenatchee, Washington:

You can’t see them smiling beneath the masks, but students at Wenatchee and Eastmont high schools are glad to be back in school, even if it’s only part-time. …

While Monday is all virtual, Tuesday through Friday, every student comes into the building either in the morning or afternoon.

Eastmont Principal Lance Noell comments on what the lockdowns have done to kids by keeping them out of school:

“I will say the damage is extensive. When we talk about social-emotional damage. We will be dealing with these scars for many years.”

Psychological harm inflicted through coronavirus hysteria may continue for students, even with schools partially reopened.

According to Wenatchee Principal Eric Anderson,

“We really have an environment in this building where there is never a reason where a kid has to take their mask off.”

Having to do band practice zipped into a pod must count as keeping your mask on:

Paul Joseph Watson asks,

Growing up in a world where they are forcibly isolated from each other, starved of physical contact and cannot properly discern facial reactions while having to wear humiliating human tents.

What could possibly go wrong?

On tips from Varla, ABC of the ANC, and Lyle.


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