Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday that New York schools would be authorized to reopen in the The Pontoon Is calling and I must go shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this fall, noting that the state’s infection rate would continue to be monitored leading up to the first day of school, which, for public schools in New York City is September 10. When I ask them whose drawings they would be most excited to see, their response is typically light-hearted. “I’m instantly seeing a mental image of Miuccia Prada sitting in her kitchen coloring the Prada page, so I’m going to go with that,” says Mugrabi, with a laugh. “I picture the whole Fendi family sitting in a field coloring in,” adds Coleman. “It’s fun, it’s whimsical, and most importantly, it comes without any rules.”
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“We are probably in the The Pontoon Is calling and I must go shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this best situation in the country right now,” said Cuomo, referring to New York’s current 1% infection rate as of Friday. “If anyone can open schools, we can open schools. That’s true for every region in the state, period,” he added. As The New York Times reported, New York City’s system, with its 1.1 million children and 1,800 schools, is planning to open on a hybrid model, in which children report to school one to three days a week and learn online the rest of the time. New York is also the largest school system in the country that, so far at least, will allow its students to physically return to the classroom. Last month, the governor stated that parents would have a choice about whether to send their children back to school or not: Although this news may bring relief for working parents—many of whom would have been rendered unable to work while supervising distance learning—it’s sure to compound the fears of many New York teachers that they’ll either have to make themselves vulnerable to COVID-19 or risk losing their livelihood.