“If our fundamental jobs as parents is to protect our child from harm, then we are about to fail in a monumental way. We are ultimately playing Russian Roulette with the safety of our kids, our family, our towns—and our country.”
– Carew Papritz
Safeguarding Our Kids.
As schools across the country are making their final decisions on virtual vs. in-person learning, parents, teachers, and students alike are exhausted trying to win this raging safety debate.
We yearn for so much normal that we can’t fathom the start of school being anything other than normal. COVID-19 continues to surge in some cities, leaving parents with a basket of impossible choices.
But one Arizona Parent is speaking out with a desperate plea to both parents and leaders.
“If our fundamental jobs as parents are to protect our child from harm, then we are about to fail in a monumental way. We are ultimately playing Russian Roulette with the safety of our kids, our family, our towns—and our country…”
…says Carew Papritz, an educational activist, author, and parent whose son is already back in school. According to Papritz, the decision to re-open schools must be made on facts, science, and statistics. In communities where COVID is surging, it is simply not safe unless testing is done every day.
“We are the parents of 76 million students, and we need to use our amazing powers of influence and we need guidance and support from the leaders…”
..says Papritz. Our children are not businesses to open or close at will. They are not bowling alleys or bars, or hair salons or movie theaters that can be opened or closed depending on the whim of the virus. Our kids are our lives. They need us to stand up for them—for their health and safety—for their lives. They need school. They need teachers. They need to learn.
In An Interview/Article, Carew Papritz Can Share:
- How to Yield your Parenting Power & Demand Answers
- One Arizona Parent’s Desperate Plea
- Re-Opening Schools Based on Facts, Science, and Statistics
- Physical and Emotional Effects of Online vs. In-person Learning
Papritz is urging parents across the country to yield their parenting powers, speak out, demand answers from leaders, and be on the front-line for child safety.