What are the top 10 Germiest areas in schools? My son came home with an IPad in case the country goes into lockdown after Thanksgiving Break. We tried remote learning and that was a disaster so the thought of returning to school remotely scares me a bit. The first nine weeks of school was very stressful for both me and my son. I already told my son that if we go back to remote learning that it is only temporary.
At the beginning of the school, I was so hesitant to put him in the classroom due to the risk of being exposed to COVID19. I’m high-risk and I know that schools are full of germs. But with COVID-19 schools were forced to find a way to make in-class learning possible so that kids who were unable to attend school for remote learning was able to continue the school year without delays or interruptions.
Schools have taken extra precautions in order to ensure that students in the classroom are safe. They took a look at the germiest areas in school and came up with a solution to help stop the spread of germs. Where do you think the germiest areas in school are located?
Were you shocked to discover that the germiest areas in school is the water fountain spigots? This didn’t come to me as a shocker because I’ve seen kids lick, put their mouth over the spigot, and play in the water fountain.
COVID-19 has everyone on edge and keeping your kids safe at school is a top concern. Masks are a pain to wear but it beats getting very ill.