Families adjust to new roles as homes become schools


By Ellie S. Grossman, Special to the Jewish Light

Since mid-March, the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools to close their doors and pushed tens of millions of parents into unknown territory as at-home teachers. Some St. Louis moms, with children ranging from preschool to high school age, agree it’s not so much the grades that count during these unprecedented times, but finding creative ways to learn, reconnect as families and build stamina for the road ahead, especially if learning from home continues in the fall.