So, one way to survive all this is to home school your kids. Often the new teachers are completely full of themselves and have just graduated college as teachers and really have no business being teachers because they are teaching 1st grade at a junior high or high school level that doesn't work for 1st graders at all. They might have wanted to start as high school teachers but many people have to get promoted to teach at that level so they start in 1st grade which might take them years EVEN if they decide stay as teachers because the bureaucracy within public schools is notoriously terrible on all levels.
So the casualties are going to be your children. Or if you send them to school you are more likely to die of coronavirus or your parents, grandparents or friends.
Anyone who tells you it's safe to send your kids to school is a fool and you know it.
So, the only way for you and your friends and your relatives to all survive is to home school your kids. That's the only way you can be more sure they don't bring home death to you and yours from school.
One way is:
Oak Meadow School independent learning that I sent my 3 older kids to from 1980 to 1985:
Actually, we taught them on Mt. Shasta at 4000 feet on our 2 1/2 acres of land which was about 20 miles away from the little City of Mt. Shasta past McCloud. I built an A Frame because we got about 7 feet of snow at a time in the winter there then. AT that time the spring on the land ran 6 to 8 months a year usually through the summer so we had water there. But, it was sort of a Mt. Shasta Swiss Family Robinson adventure of Teaching our children on independent study then. We took many field trips to nature preserves as our children were very interested in Birds and Animals of all kinds there. And since we were remote Deer and squirrels and even bear lived nearby as well as raccoons and porcupines and skunks and Fairy diddles (flying squirrels). And we saw Hawks and golden eagles and Bald Eagles and birds of every description there too. It was very wild there then which the children loved a lot. The only thing was that they missed TV because we didn't have electricity unless we brought a gas run generator to run things like pumps to pump water and stuff like that. It was an amazing experience. If you are off the grid and don't have solar power yet there are always candle lanterns and Aladdin Kerosene Lamps that are very bright that they still make today. However, Kerosene lamps the kerosene does smell inside your house. So you have to get used to it even though Aladdin Lamps are very very bright.
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