Do your kids' schools have any covid precautions in place for lunchtime? My daughter's elementary school will require masks through the day (and I'm feeling so grateful for that), but it sounds like their plan is to eat lunch in the cafeteria as normal...and obviously, kids won't wear masks while eating. And it's a lot of kids in tight quarters.

There's this part of me that feels like this undoes the safety I'm feeling from wearing masks through the rest of the day...I totally understand the logistical nightmare of spacing out kids when a school is at full capacity, so I empathize with the school's dilemma and realize there's not a whole lot that can be done. I guess I'm wondering if there's something I'm missing? Is this safer than I'm feeling and is working out elsewhere? We homeschooled last year and our schools were mainly virtual or a hybrid in the spring, so I'm a little out of touch with how meals at school were handled when all kids are back. How are your schools handling lunchtime?