Ms. Centner is an avid social media user who has been using her account to record her luxurious lifestyle for a long time, and effectively controlled the school during the pandemic last year. She told the community that the school will focus on “happiness” and support “medical freedom” from kindergarten to eighth grade.
However, interviews with 21 current and former parents and teachers, as well as comments on social media posts and school documents, emails, text messages, and videos, show how the wealthy and well-connected Ms. Centner can provide her with vaccination and resistance. It concealed her views on daily life in the school, and turned the originally tightly connected community into a painful split between those who supported her views on vaccination and those who did not.
“Every afternoon, I have to explain to the child when the child goes home, and say:’How can the school say that what you said is wrong?” Mask and vaccination. On Friday, she took her daughter out of school.
Former electronic highway tolling entrepreneur David J. Centner co-founded the school in the current iteration with his wife, and he said in a written reply that the school is listening to the voice of his family. He said: “We have met with more than 70 parents and we are pleased that so many families continue to support our mission and trust us with their children.”
Sara Dagan, who has four children at school, said she was not bothered by controversy. She said: “Everything has exceeded expectations.” “I am satisfied with the postponement of vaccination. My main concern is the happiness of the children.”
Most people interviewed for this article requested anonymity to protect their children or their jobs. Some former parents and teachers say that if they speak publicly, they fear retaliation. Others declined to comment because the school has asked them to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
Anti-vaccination policies require teachers who have recently received vaccinations to keep their students away-for example, Ms. Centner told teachers not to hug children. This caused so much madness that reporters asked this at a White House briefing. (During the pandemic, the school received $804,375 from the federal salary protection program.) Press Secretary Jen Psaki noted that the public health guidelines strongly encourage vaccines against the coronavirus and are designed to ensure that people Security.