School Responds to Parents’ Concerns Over Distance Learning by Posting Their Kids’ Pictures Without Their Consent

School Responds to Parents’ Concerns Over Distance Learning by Posting Their Kids’ Pictures Without Their Consent


The widespread refusal to reopen primary schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic has parents desperate to know when their kids can return to the classroom.

In response to the Middlesex School District’s decision to continue remote learning this year, a New Jersey mother emailed the assistant school superintendent on Feb. 4 to inquire when in-person instruction would resume for her children. If a full reopening was not possible, the mother asked when the school would begin implementing a hybrid learning model.

According to Patch, Paul Rafalowski, the assistant superintendent for Middlesex Borough schools, replied to the mother that same day with a personal attack.

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He attached two Facebook photos: The first one showed the woman’s children sledding with their friends, and the second was a picture of her standing outside with a group of fellow moms.

Both the children and their mothers were maskless in the photos, and Rafalowski cited the

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