Vermont’s governor asked the state’s schools to interrogate children and parents about their Thanksgiving gatherings when the students return after the holiday, and if it’s determined a “multi-family” get-together took place, the kids will be forced into quarantine.
“Unfortunately, we know some will still get together and schools have asked for help. @VTEducation will direct schools to ask students or parents if they were part of multi-family gatherings and if the answer is yes, they’ll need to go remote for 14 days or 7 days and a test,” Republican Gov. Phil Scott tweeted.
Scott’s tweet directs the Vermont Agency of Education to take charge of asking schools to question students about their Thanksgivings.
According to a Burlington Free Press report, Dan French, who serves as Vermont’s Education Secretary, said he hopes that families will come out “honestly” about their Thanksgiving gatherings. Read more…