So the 2020 school year has been, to say the least. A little nerve-wracking. When schools shut down in the spring. Like everything else, there was a lot of concern. Then there was the preparation to start the 2020 school year.

I don't have any kids of my own. But I do have nieces and nephews. I also have a few friends that are teachers. From reading my friend's concerns about virtual learning on social media. I was concerned about everyone myself.

Now that we are in the fall. The school year has started. I just wanted to give a shout out to all teachers and educators. I can't imagine how difficult or simple it must be trying to teach over a computer.

Afterall teachers actually got a school, for teaching. Either for a subject or a grade. I know some parents don't have have the qualifications to teach. Unless they home school. Then keep the learning going.

Now we are in October. Looks like local health officials have given the Ok. To gradually allow students to return for in-class learning. Even though some school districts have tried in-class learning. At the start of the school year. I'm pretty sure both teachers and parents are both happy and concerned.

Teachers can interact with their students. And not have to worry about a mute button. But in either case, if you are a teacher. No matter what the subject or grade. Thank you for what you do. In a classroom or virtually. Also a shout out to school administration staff working with the teachers and parents.

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