Tennessee: We want to hear about your quarantine experiences this school year

Middletown High School students Pilar Brooks sitting outside on a swing wearing a mask.
Chalkbeat Tennessee wants to know about the quarantine experiences of families, teachers, and school staff from Memphis and across the state. (Allison Shelley for American Education: Images of Teachers and Students in Action)

Since students across the state returned to classrooms nearly a month ago, Tennessee has drawn nationwide attention for skyrocketing COVID cases among children.

In turn, quarantines, too, have skyrocketed, impacting students, parents, and caretakers for weeks at a time. 

Chalkbeat Tennessee wants to know about the quarantine experiences of families, teachers, and school staff from Memphis and across the state. Tell us your story in the form below, or go here if you are on a mobile device.

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