look all im saying is when the tiki bartender showed up at the swinging party of course they asked "where's the orgeat"

For every like, I'll give a simple-minded opinion from my party-mate to @badgerbouse: a goofy goliath barbarian and former who is training to be a minstrel. t.co/2mv9xzOvjk

so like the moral arc of the universe bending towards justice... maybe can it bend a little faster

While I'm unhappy @ these changes, I know SPS was put in an impossible situation and they likely did the best they could given the available information and constraints.

Silver lining: at least the disruption is only for ~8 weeks, and my kiddos appear to have taken it in stride.

While I'm disappointed in the changes, and I'm finding it difficult not to side-eye all these other parents, I have to believe that so many folks opted in because they're in a tougher situation than we are (easy to believe bc I/we are both privileged and fortunate).

The bell schedule is changing so extracurricular activities, e.g., Girl Scouts, are being rescheduled.

A ripple effect of this is that we now also need to reschedule recurring (medical, etc.) appointments.

Both my kids are losing the teachers they've had since September, because they will teach hybrid classes, and may likely have entirely new classmates (again, with ~8 weeks remaining in the school year).

58% of surveyees (SPS parents) opted in to hybrid learning for the final 8 weeks of the school year.

Now that we know more, I'm even less happy about this than I was last week.

Here's what this means for my family. t.co/bK7KYaGRZm

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