What does your preschool look like inside during COVID?
My daughter just started at a preschool under COVID restrictions. We appreciate that they are trying their best to keep our children safe and are trying to adhere to Alameda County Health requirements. However, we were VERY surprised to find out that when they talked about pods, it was not referring to her small class of 8 students and 2 teachers as one pod. Instead, when inside the classroom, students are separated into their own "pods" (blue tape around about a 5" X 5" area with a desk, chair, and small shelf of activities). They are alone in their pods (unless with a sibling) and not allowed to leave that pod or interact with other students (unless calling across to another pod) for 40 - 50 minutes at a time. Does anyone else's preschool look like this inside/are doing the same thing? Is this the expectation now with COVID restrictions, or is this only specific to this particular preschool? Thank you so much for sharing your experiences!