My nephew's elementary school, a small one located here in our subdivision, has closed down after 2 years of struggling to make it work in the pandemic. It is the 4th private school that I know that closed in the last 2 years. Small private schools are a big casualty of the pandemic. And I feel they are a big loss to the country's quality of education. They target middle class families which at least helps lessen the overpopulation in public schools. Smaller class sizes help facilitate learning too. I haven't been thinking about the pandemic lately but this is just a reminder how it has affected our life so much.