"We know we have to make sure he [her son] stays as happy as possible, and that does not mean us forcing him to learn when he knows that something is very wrong. It's been a month and kids are super perceptive. He's scared because we cannot hide that we are. We talk a lot about what's happening to him," she said. "This completely stinks for him and all kids. He is missing his friends, his routine, his classes — he loves school — and we cannot even take him to the local park. It's the biggest crisis our nation has faced since WWII. We are all living history right now. Not really a good time for subtraction worksheets, in my opinion."