As COVID-19 cases see a rapid increase, parents express concern about sending their kids to school. They are seeking guidance from schools and the government. Parents emphasize the need for schools to take proactive measures, including ensuring social distancing and mask-wearing. The rising cases, though not critical, are causing anxiety among parents. While some are in a wait-and-watch mode, they want schools to respond with precautionary measures. Currently, all schools and colleges in the NCR are operating at full capacity without specific COVID-19 protocols. Parents stress the importance of timely sensitization for students, especially those in primary and secondary levels, and call for a proactive response from both schools and the government. The situation comes as the country reports 614 COVID-19 cases, the highest since May 21, with concerns rising about the potential impact on students.