CLEVELAND — Students across Northeast Ohio are about to get a lesson in activism from their parents, who tell 3News, that they plan to rally for their schools to reopen this Fall.
Their children attend public and private schools alike.
“We are safe, we feel safe,” said Melanie Kirin, who has 7th and 12th graders. “We feel extremely confident that given the extra precautions, following the CDC guidelines, doing all that, our kids in Brecksville Broadview Heights are ready, ready to go back.”
On Monday, she will take that message to her district at a socially distanced rally scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m.
Emily Woods also has a 7th grader in the district.