Regarding the Feb. 10 Metro article “Montgomery moves ahead with March classroom reopening”:

While I acknowledge the need to get kids in school, Montgomery County’s plan is irresponsible and dangerous. Many members of the support staff, who will be in close interaction with students, will not be vaccinated, and the county has done very little to get them a vaccine. Furthermore, instruction will continue to be virtual for students in class and those opting out. Finally, in some schools, only 23 percent of students will be doing in-person. This is minority-rules policymaking. 

If teachers and support staff cannot be vaccinated, then there should be no in-person instruction. Grow a backbone, Montgomery County, and support your teachers and support staff.

Jason Cochran, Silver Spring