Leila Centner, founder of Centner Academy in Miami, Florida, says schools across the country make students feel anxious and afraid of each other. His academy allows kids to be kids, and doesn’t hide students behind plexiglass or force social isolation.
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The academy will accept children in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade and will provide healthy foods that are organic and sugar-free. The school also welcomes unfinished students and those who wish to attend school without a mask, and hiring new teachers.
The academy is an oasis, according to Kennedy, a safe place where kids are comfortable being close to each other, and don’t see their classmates as potential biohazards.
Students are not forced to social distance or hide behind plexiglass, Centner said. There is no science that can support those kinds of prohibitions, he added.
When the academy also opened in September 2020, Centner was provided with a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention document with “pages and pages with ridiculous prohibitions.” She threw away the document and did her own research on how to keep the kids safe at school without them feeling scared and worried.
Centner buys UV lights, which kill 99.99% of viruses, and installs them in HVAC systems, he explained. He also doubled their cleaning crews and purchased hydrogen peroxide, which Centner said is the most effective and safe way to clean without damaging the brain.
Centner told Kennedy:
“I didn’t separate them during lunch. I don’t have these corny rules that they don’t talk during lunch. This is happening in schools across the country, and in Florida. On the street, one of the schools, children are not allowed to talk to each other during lunch. Their toy equipment was removed because the toy equipment, I think, carried germs. Schools around the world teach children to be anxious, afraid of germs, afraid of each other. “
Listen to the entire conversation to hear how Centner attacked The New York Times and the Miami Herald for asking school teachers not to get the COVID vaccine.