Reopening of Schools in the New Normal
Education plays a huge part in childhood development in Riverside. Attending school helps develop a child’s social and communication skills from their formative years up to teenage life. But how can the so-called new normal affect the way children attend their schools?
There were attempts at providing distance learning since the coronavirus pandemic started, but this requires more funding to meet the technological needs, especially for children from low-income families.
As the COVID-19 virus changed our way of life dramatically, the reopening of schools in August or September will also have many changes. That is why the Association of California School Administrators stated their commitment regarding the reopening of more than a thousand school districts in the state. They vow their full support for the well-being of students of all levels, to school teachers and staff, to children with special needs, as well as to parents and the children’s families, particularly in the social and emotional aspects. They would also like to make the health and safety of children and staff their top priority.
We will then expect the new normal to include masks, regular cleaning and sanitation of facilities, and smaller class sizes with proper distancing. These are necessary to provide safety in early childhood education in Riverside.
If you want your child to excel in different learning aspects, Montessori Children’s House is your best choice. We are a Montessori school in Riverside, California that offers comprehensive academic programs in Reading, Language, Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science to preschoolers and grade-schoolers up to third grade. Contact us at 951-359-5437 for more information about our institution and our enrollment process.