BEAUMONT, Texas — One of the most challenging jobs just got even more difficult as educators are having to completely rethink classroom setups and safety procedures for their classrooms.
Dr. Ray Callas, a Beaumont physician, says it's a difficult place to be.
"The teachers, I feel for them," Callas said. "They want to educate these children but they want to do it safely."
Here are some ways teachers can protect themselves this school year.
- Pack an extra set of clothes and change before leaving work
When you get home, put your old clothes right in the washer.
Of course, you should keep CDC guidelines in mind.
"Maintain good hygiene, socially distance, wear a mask. When they take that mask off for the day, keep it in a paper bag or a bag to make sure that mask stays away from everyone," Dr. Callas said.