My kids aren’t going to school, but they have to do “distance learning.” As far as my parenting plan goes, does this mean that school is in session, or not? I’m trying to figure out this new normal.
Put simply, the answer is yes. Your children still have school obligations, and will need to develop a routine to make sure they get their work done. Most judges and/or courts would likely say yes, and the parenting schedule would remain the same. Our office always recommends communicating with your co-parent to accomplish a set up that is in the best interest of your children. They need consistency, especially during an unprecedented time like this with the COVID-19 health crisis.
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