American Academy of Pediatrics Vermont Chapter Calls on Schools To Prioritize In Person Attendance for Preschool Through Grade 5 and For Students With Special Needs

MONTPELIER (July 27, 2020) – Schools in Vermont support the academic, social and developmental needs of children, help address food insecurity, and provide mental health services. Weighing the health risks of reopening schools in fall 2020 against the educational and developmental risks of limiting in-person instruction, school districts should prioritize full-time, in person attendance for all students preschool through grade 5 and students of all ages with special needs.

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