In another sign of the irregularities of life during the coronavirus pandemic, a high school senior in New York has been suspended because he wanted to attend classes in person on a day he was supposed to be learning from home. . .
He further explained that when he arrived on school grounds staff there took his temperature and he proceeded to his first-period class.
Once in class, however, his teacher noted that he was not on the class roster for the day and informed administrators who asked him to report to the principal’s office.
Stow said administrators asked him to leave the school grounds because he wasn’t supposed to be there on that day, but he refused. . .
Stow said he remained at school for the rest of the day and finished his classes but at day’s end, he was told by school officials that he was being suspended for five days. (Read more from “Student Suspended for 5 Days After Showing up at High School in Person” HERE)