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Where to buy and own an American Flag


The Independence Day is fast approaching, and this year’s celebration would totally be different from the normal and usual ways we celebrate it. We know for sure that a mass gathering is prohibited in most states due to the Pandemic that we are still experiencing. And we all know that it will take some time for this virus to even go away and would not harm many lives in the future. In order to prohibit this virus from spreading we tend to stay at home, cancel, and postponed big gatherings and we need to make sure there is a social distancing in a possible way.

One of the country’s memorable Holidays is Independence Day for there is a Huge History of this celebration. And of course, by that, one of the traditions of celebrating Independence Day is putting up our flags on our premises. We would always want to make sure to put up our American Flag to symbolize our support and honor that this day has come.

I don’t like to acquire a cheap material if I purchased a Flag. So I tend to look for the quality that would last for a longer period of time. So, searching online is quite overwhelming, since most of the stores are currently not opening. Browsing online is also tricky because you can’t really see the Flag itself so you have to rely on the pictures as well as the material indicated. And if you don’t have a reliable website it is another thing to think, and trusting them about the quality of the flag that you are about to purchase is good.

Since I still have enough time to buy one, I found a nice website that sells American Flags in any shape and variety.
You can choose if you would like a Durable Nylon, Strong Poly 2, or Classic Cotton. It also shows reviews from previous buyers and stated how happy they are with the quality of the Flag. And if you are in a budget, they are affordable as well.

American Flags show our love for our country and by making sure we got a good deal; is where you should checkout.

Last Week of School Year 2019-2020


Today marks the last week for the school year 2019-2020. It’s a very odd way to end the school year for the students, faculty, staff, and administrations in each States, from the normal and usual ways they ended the year. There are so many activities that were canceled, may be postponed (not really sure of what’s going on) due to the CoVid-19 Pandemic and this will also mark in the history of the world as well as recorded in the book of the generation. This year 2020 has not a very good year for the whole world, there are so many things happened and still happening. After the Pandemic, there is a movement or a protest rally for rights in other states or I say most states. I have not really seen one here in my area though. I figured, I luckily live in a place that doesn’t have so many protesters and no violence happening, and we wanted it that way. We can always find justice in a peaceful way for those victims, without creating more trouble.

But I am not here to discuss that, I am here to discuss my stances about the unusual closing of the School Year 2020.

I bet it is totally different from some students to not see their teachers, classmates to end the year without the normal routine they’ve been doing. I have received and read my 4th Grader’s last week assignment as well as received my UPK packets for the whole week.

Based from my 4th Grader and Pre-K students, I have asked them how they feel about this year’s class ending.
From a 4th Grader: nothing really, and he likes the remote learning too.
From a UPK: no comment, and would like to be homeschooled.

As for cafeteria staff, I would miss those students who eat breakfast that I won’t be able to see for the next School Year. Sad to not tell these individual “Congratulations” and sore high wishes, because we won’t be back to this year again.
And for the packed meals, we will continue to provide packed meals for the students until June 26. However, the paycheck will have a bit changes after the 12th of June (this month).

I am not sure if we will continue to prepare these meals, depends on what our Governor Cuomo decides and order. But if that happens, I signed up for working every Tuesday only. I love the crew; we do work fast and efficiently.

Frewsburg Pack Meals for the Kids…


We got a phone call last Sunday of March 15, 2020, about the BIG changes that are going to happen for the rest of the school year 2019-2020. Globally, the Pandemic arises and our country would like to prevent the certain spreading of the CoVid-19 Virus increasing like a wildfire.  

After that phone call from the parents through the school, my co-workers received a phone call from the Superintendent. This message is only for employees and what we need to do. Monday the next day, we (cafeteria) came to see our supervisor for further notice/information about the changes.

To help out with those people who don’t have enough meals for their kids during the school year, the school decided to continue serving them meals, ALL Frewsburg Students. Then, later on, it changes to all kids who are now being given meals every day.

At first, we came certain hours and worked on a certain time we should be working every day. As for me, since I only worked 3 hours every day, I get to leave early. Then, they still noticed there were still a lot of employees on the campus, and we practiced social distancing too. Mind you, you really can’t exercise Social Distancing when there are more than 10 people works in the cafeteria and kitchen.

From there, they have given us another schedule in which there will only be 9 staff working for the meals. And limited our days to come to school, the current plan is to prepared 3 meals for each kid, meaning 3-breakfast and 3 lunches in 1 big bag. So, kids can come to the designated places only twice a week, and as for us (workers), it will be a limited time of exposure to others.

I get so paranoid with this Pandemic, that whenever I get out of the house. Yet, I tried not to be stressful about what is happening in the world, as I have 2 small boys to attend too.

Oh yeah, about them too, well… we told them what is happening in the world. That there is a Pandemic of CoVid-19 Virus going on and that staying at home is the safest thing we need to do, in order not to get sick and not to get harm with others.

Our oldest might understood our explanation but our 5 years old might or might not be. However, we always ensure that we told them what is happening so they would know.

They seem to understand and be very cooperative with us. They do their school work on time because we tell them that doing so would give them an extra activity to do. We let them play their games for an hour as long as they are ALL done with school work. And we are happy that they comply too.

Moreover, when is this going to be over and back to normal? We can’t tell, unless everyone has to be participative of what our Government needs us to do temporarily.

I do hope you are all well in our own home and stay healthy and active. More time with our family and children and our selves, more time to pray and to spend time with God. Maybe all these things happen for a big reason because God knows what’s ahead of everything.

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