We read the text of this tweet before we took a close look at the photo and thought it was a tweet from Liberty District 70 in Lake County, Illinois, celebrating the return of students to in-person learning. It looks like we were wrong, though; the district is just happy to see the multipurpose room back in action, now that plexiglass shields are in place to separate the kids while they eat lunch.
This is almost as bad as that school that zipped members of the school band into little COVID tents.
— Libertyville D70 (@LibertyvilleD70) April 12, 2021
When you do something incredibly, embarrassingly stupid like this plexiglass, have the sense not to share it on social media. https://t.co/svA8GVMRuH
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) April 12, 2021
This is absolutely ridiculous
— Sportsfanann❤️?⚽️⚾️ (@kezcartann) April 12, 2021
Even the CDC says plexiglass is not recommended.
— underscore (@the_under_score) April 12, 2021
these poor kids..
— Open California Schools (@Westside4Bernie) April 12, 2021
There is nothing about this to be proud of. Zero.
You’re hurting kids, socially and psychologically.
At least have the decency to delete the tweet
— Emma Woodhouse ? (@EWoodhouse7) April 12, 2021
Absolute disgrace. You are crippling an entire generation of children to continue your safety theater.
— Caffeinated (@Disgruntled_vot) April 12, 2021
Stop this crap.
Your virtue signaling is decimating these kids' mental health.
— Michele Blood (@BloodBrief) April 12, 2021
Just cause you CAN do it, does not mean you SHOULD. How long until we see an increase in kids with OCD and anxiety disorders and you'll wonder why?
— Chrissa (@Chrissausa) April 12, 2021
Stupid and child abuse.
— Portiemom ?? (@Portiemom1) April 12, 2021
Child abuse…. On full display. Hope you are saving up to pay for their therapy.
— Sisolak Sucks (@BidenDidNotWin) April 12, 2021
Those poor kids are gonna grow up and (hopefully) take your pensions when they realize what you fools have done to them.
— Stinson (Steve) Norwood ???? (@snorman1776) April 12, 2021
Are you friggin nuts? This is ridiculous. Abuse. Parents need to fight this nonsense. Shame on teachers for thinking this ok.
— NolaMom ????? (@pedsscrub) April 12, 2021
I blame the parents for allowing this
— Matthew Skipper (@mtskls00) April 12, 2021
At least these kids are in a room together … that’s progress for some school districts.
‘*Record scratch*’: Scenes from HS band practice in Wenatchee, Wash., pretty much sum up ‘the state of public education in America’ [pics] https://t.co/po0pVyfEo4
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 25, 2021