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Schools Lack Ability To Socialize Kids And Have To Close Because Of Social Distancing

The transformation that many Democrat voters have always dreamed of, for their utopia, has come to pass in many states and towns around America- because of COVID restrictions upon Americans.  While power has centralized around Democrats and their control of taxpayer-funded institutions like health care and education, American voters have handed over great authority to local lawmakers to control their lives.

The state of Public education has disrupted everything about family life and small business for almost two years now- leaving people miserable, but still many of them support their political idols who have brought them to this point- because they are afraid of catching COVID-19 more than they want their lives back, and their children in school learning.

Key Point: In an ironic twist of fate, a recent story shows that schools are not the centers for socialization that many people once believed them to be because if they were, they would be able to socialize the kids they claim are not properly socialized.

The Epoch Times reported on Tuesday on a school closing due to socialization concerns: 

In Oregon, a middle school is pausing in-person instruction for two weeks over classroom disruptions that officials say are caused by some students “struggling with the socialization skills necessary for in-person learning.”

It comes after the school was forced to provide distance learning over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, starting in spring 2020. The school was able to provide some in-person instruction in the spring of 2021 but still continued with distance learning before recently shifting to full in-person learning.

“The shifts in learning methods and isolation caused by COVID-19 closures and quarantines have taken a toll on the well-being of our students and staff,” Superintendent Danna Diaz told families and staff. “We are finding that some students are struggling with the socialization skills necessary for in-person learning, which is causing disruption in school for other students.”

Steve Padilla, assistant director of public relations for the Reynolds School District, told The Oregonian, “It’s not just fighting, it’s disruptive behaviors as well. Students are disrupting other students, making it hard for them to learn.”

Reynolds Middle School in Fairview will have distance learning for about two weeks starting Nov. 22. Students will have Nov. 18 and 19 off to allow teachers and support staff to prepare for the transition, Reynolds superintendent Danna Diaz announced.

During the planned two weeks of distance-learning, school administrators and staff will put in place “operational safety procedures” before the the school resumes in-person learning Dec. 7.


While Homeschool students, and students in districts where COVID did not interrupt the learning process so much, life goes on just about as normal with few restrictions or problems.

But in districts where power structures cling to the COVID restrictions for a cover for everything wrong in the world, people are not adjusting well or doing well. And children are not learning.

Leaders who are unwilling to push back upon the fear-mongering of the UN “one world government” accept that social distancing, like the stuff that plagues Oregon- will continue indefinitely.

And voters in those areas are embracing their new transformed way of life at the whim of the influential school leaders.

Consider the following video, and ask who it benefits to have never-ending COVID and Pandemic restrictions on students- who financially benefit from what is happening here:

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