Elementary kids DANCE with JOY hearing the end of mask mandate and win the internet

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If you are looking for something to lift your spirits, a video showing kids at a Las Vegas elementary school jumping out of their seats, bursting into cheers, screaming, and dancing in joy after learning they no longer have to wear a mask to school should do the trick.

Whereas cranky-pants leftists think it’s too soon to lift the Clark County School District mask mandate, the children are thrilled by it. The news came on Thursday after Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak announced the end of the state mask mandate.

Immediately after the joyous news hit, lefty parents and teachers started crying doom and gloom over it. Some intend to keep making their children wear masks despite the mandate being lifted according to 13 KTNV Las Vegas.

Other parents are relieved to see the mandate come to an end. Erin Philips, who is with Power2Parent, thinks it’s time to stop wearing masks. She believes it will help students’ mental health, create a better learning environment, and restore a sense of normalcy to children’s lives.

“We really want to be able to see their face. We need them to be able to see adult faces, so I am thrilled,” she declared.

Her parent group opposed the mask mandate and claims that it should be left up to the parents to decide whether their children will mask up or not.

“There are kids whose parents may think they should still wear masks at school, and we want to respect that. Parents should be able to choose, but if the parents believe the child is suffering and is not benefitting from wearing the mask, the parent should be able to choose that,” Phillips remarked.

Clark County School District sent out a statement via voicemail to parents that wholeheartedly welcomed Sisolak’s decision to lift the mask mandate and announced they would do the same. Masking will now be a choice, not a requirement.

“Because COVID-19 continues, students and employees of CCSD can make the individual choice to continue masking. At this time, all other COVID-19 mitigation measures remain in effect,” the voicemail announced.

The Clark County Education Association teacher’s union is also supporting the change. However, certain teachers such as Ryan Fromoltz will continue to wear a mask. He is immuno-compromised.

“Now we’re cramming 30 to 40 kids in secondary classrooms so we know an outbreak is still possible because if a kid comes in unmasked and gets sick, then we could still have some issues,” he asserted.

In an ironic twist, even though children no longer have to wear masks in Nevada schools, they still have to wear them on school buses because of federal guidelines thanks to President Joe Biden.

It should be noted that Sisolak’s up for reelection in less than nine months against numerous Republican contenders in a state Biden won by less than three points. He is reportedly not popular in Nevada.

Meanwhile, Biden was asked by NBC anchor Lester Holt in a testy interview whether he supports Democratic governors like Sisolak dropping mask mandates over the past week. Biden tried to cover all his bases while still hanging onto the CDC’s coattails calling their moves “premature.”


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