Discussion in 'The Thunderdome' started by IP, Jan 28, 2020.
My kids school is reducing their average class size by 50 percent
Politicians were pushing not till after Labor Day. I could see that happening with the new state of emergency stuff that just came out.
Our system was just planning on opening like normal besides temp checks but now they’re doing a survey with “shareholders” in the community on how they should handle school this year
I would think opening earlier rather than later to try to avoid flu overlap would make sense.
I agree I would have opened in July and went to thanksgiving and reevaluate on the spring semester over the long Christmas break
Cnn already with a report about another bad flu bug based from pigs in china calling it a potentia pandemic. Came up as a link on google.
Hell, that is a good thing. Classes crowded anyway.
Different from H1N1?
not really because they are doing it by making the teachers assistant teach 50 percent. They aren’t hiring more teachers
Where are they putting the extra classes? Won't they need twice as many classrooms?
Probably morning and afternoon sessions.
It was first link suggestion on phone when i went to google yesterday
That's something that I hadn't really considered as an option. Any talks of splitting classes in Knox is an A group and a B group going on staggered days.
Using the auditorium and faculty spaces apparently
Have walked into my office for the first time since March 12th. Is really weird feeling.
They finally kick you off the golf course.
My boss wondered why all of my texts had a really odd GPS signature on them.
Two weeks ago there 2 COVID cases at UT hospital.
Last week there were 4.
Yesterday there were 23.
Was just told this info.
There aren't any students other than athletes on campus are there?
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