Her son, Dylan, is a sophomore varsity ice hockey player at the same school where Page’s three sons have attended, Ladue Horton Watkins High School.
“I feel bad for the kids, but I don’t feel like we should be directing our anger toward kids who have the ability to play” sports involving less physical contact, Brosseau said. “I don’t feel protests should occur at anyone’s home. I’m not suggesting they shouldn’t happen, but they should happen at the courthouse, where decisions are made.”
She added, “I don’t support all of his decisions but I support his role as a parent.”
As for Page, Brosseau said she felt his decisions might be more widely accepted if he stood with pediatricians and epidemiologists at his news conferences to help communicate the scientific basis for them. “I want to hear from someone who is connected to infectious diseases.”
She said she thinks families should be able to decide whether their kids play sports with high frequency of…