Several parents in San Diego are outraged after finding out that state regulators stormed several preschools and interrogated their young children in private as part of a state mask enforcement operation.
In January, California child care licensing investigators questioned numerous students – between the ages of 1 and 4 – at three Aspen Leaf Preschools in the San Diego area. The private, teacher-owned schools were all simultaneously “raided” by state agents who immediately began isolating students alone and interrogating them about the school’s masking policies.
State agents raided three local preschools as part of a mask enforcement move. They separated children and interviewed them without familiar adults present in isolated rooms. https://t.co/v1MxFER5U4
— Scott Lewis (@vosdscott) March 7, 2022
The state enforcement operation comes after officials visited Aspen Leaf facilities twice in December and saw children weren’t masked.