Frustrated, Jamie Fowler of Petaluma pulled her daughter out of her transitional kindergarten class this week and reenrolled her in preschool. Friday is her first day of her second stint in preschool.
“It’s just not making sense, her doing Zoom and learning what she needs to learn in (transitional kindergarten). It’s just not making sense for us to do it at home the way we are,“ she said.
But where Fowler gets stuck, is why her daughter’s new preschool is allowed to operate under Sonoma County’s coronavirus health and safety protocols, but her local school, Liberty Elementary School, remains closed.
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