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Adorable Third Graders Being Forced to Mask Up

By 09/06/2023 8:53 PMNo CommentsBy YidInfo Staff


Even though it seems absurd, a Silver Spring, Maryland, elementary school has brought back the requirement for students to wear masks.

After several students tested positive for COVID, conservative host Clay Travis posted a letter from Rosemary Hills Elementary School in Silver Spring, a wealthy suburb of Washington, DC, saying that young, innocent children would be made to wear masks.

“A DC area elementary school in Montgomery County, Maryland, is reinstating a mask mandate—N95’s— for third graders over a few kids testing positive for COVID,” Travis said. The letter is enclosed.

Once more, they’re bringing masks for your kids. Be prepared. Read this madness.

There is hardly any proof that masks stop the spread of COVID, and a recent study found some masks might even contain toxins.

Even Dr. Fauci, who has previously expressed conflicting opinions about masks, recently made the startling admission that they do not stop the virus from spreading.

Informing parents that “3 or more individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 in [redacted] class in the past 10 days,” the letter states that it is sending the information.

To make our school as safe as possible for in-person teaching and learning, we are taking the following actions: Principal Rebecca Irwin Kennedy explained in a letter to parents that in order “to prevent further transmission” in that classroom:

“More KN95 masks have been distributed, and for the next 10 days, students and staff participating in specific classes or activities must wear masks while at school, with the exception of when eating or drinking. After the initial 10-day period, masks will once again be an option.

Kennedy mentions that “at-home rapid test kids will be sent home and made available for students,” quoting the CDC’s recommendation that testing be done “5 days after an exposure (starting day 6)” or whenever symptoms start to appear.

We’ll keep emphasizing proper handwashing techniques and sticking to cleaning and disinfection protocols.

Kennedy wrote in the letter, “Thank you for supporting us in taking these steps to ensure staff and students remain healthy for in-person learning.” Kennedy also urged parents to keep sick children home from school.

Mask regulations, in the opinion of some parents and educators, caused a significant loss of learning during the pandemic.



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