“The kids are always in the same place,” said Tanya Deutsch, who teaches kindergarten in the California town of Yuba City, where the district is based.
“I’ve never seen anything like it.
We’re in a classroom full of adults and kids, so there’s always one teacher.
I’m not surprised that the kids are not having as much fun.
I feel like it’s a huge adjustment for the parents and the kids.”
Deutsch said she often sees parents sitting in their car waiting for their children to finish school.
She says she’s noticed some parents who haven’t been to school in months.
“I have to be careful,” she said.
“You’re going to get a lot of pushback because of what you’re going through right now, but I think it’s going to be great for the kids.
I don’t think parents are going to want to give up.
I think they’re going the extra mile.”
Deisch, who has five kids in kindergarten, says the children need a teacher who understands their abilities and their needs.
She said teachers have to have the confidence to tell parents that the child is struggling and needs help.
The state has a strict set of rules about how kindergartners should be educated.
Deutsch said they are not going to go into the kindergarten in a vacuum.
The parents of the two children who died in their school are trying to come up with strategies to make sure their kids are safe during the new year.
Deisch says parents have to work together to make it work.
“They need to understand that they have to do what’s best for their kids,” Deutsch told ABC News.
“If you’re worried about the health of the children or you’re concerned about the safety of your kids, you have to make an effort to get those two things to happen.”