Edina Elementary Students Forced Outside for Lunch in Cold per COVID Policy

Edina elementary school children are being forced to eat lunch outside in November to comply with the school's COVID mitigation policies. Parents became aware of this policy recently and reached out to the media and groups like ours to get the message out. KSTP published the story last night.

One mother of an elementary student said that her daughter was forced to eat outdoors because she brought her lunch from home. Although school officials have not responded publicly to the specifics of the policy, it appears cold lunches are taking on a whole new meaning in Edina.

This foolish policy just adds to the growing list of items that have parents upset with how their children are being treated in schools. Whether kids are being indoctrinated to get the vaccine from Big Bird or forced to wear a mask all day, parents have a legitimate beef with the "new normal" of the government education system.

While your children are eating outdoors in November, Governor Walz is hanging out in indoor cafeterias...


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  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2021-11-19 08:12:28 -0600