viruses. Because they are both respiratory illnesses, they share a lot of the same symptoms. This means that doctors cannot diagnose a patient to have either illness without testing first.
When the pandemic first started, mask implementation was our number one defense against Covid-19. However, in August of 2021, the new Pfizer vaccine was approved by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration). This means that those that are not vaccinated, can now get the vaccination without any doubt of its effectiveness. Unfortunately, children 12 and under are not approved to receive the vaccine. With that said, mask implementation in children is critical […]
One of the most significant issues that parents and children faced when the pandemic began was the inability of children to attend school.
2020 was a rough year for students because of the lack of in-person learning. They were sheltered away at home and did very little socializing with other children their age. This in-person learning is essential for students, and this Fall, parents and staff are grateful that their children will get the learning experience they deserve. […]