Metro Detroit mother describes how family navigates remote learning through power outage
DETROIT – With hundreds of thousands of power outages in southeast Michigan because of high winds, some kids got a “snow day” away from classes. One family found a way to navigate through losing power in the age of COVID-19 and virtual learning. “We kind of told the kids that it would be a snow day. That’s a new snow day,” Rozyzki said. “That’s fun to navigate from work, trying to get them logged into their classes and everything over the phone while I’m trying to work,” Rozyzki said.