Did you get official word of no parents weekend? The memo said the cadets would be notified during reorgy week about privileges during the academic year.As of right now, not even Firsties have any OPP's. Parents Weekend is also not going to happen, and our son has advised us of possibly no Thanksgiving off post visits. Have not been up, but reading and watching youtube videos even having DOD credentials is not a guarantee of access to other than exchange and commissary. The health and safety of the Corps is paramount. Hopefully post vaccine things will change.
My firstie said no official word past mid august but supe was talking about POWs not getting home for holidays...so...im hearing christmas at the earliest.
My yuk DD said the same thing. The supe was talking to a platoon in her CFT company that they would be able to go home only at Christmas. That means no Thanksgiving with DD for us IF what my DD was told is true AND they stay with that decision.My firstie said no official word past mid august but supe was talking about POWs not getting home for holidays...so...im hearing christmas at the earliest.
I have reservations for ring weekend that i will keep for a few weeks but pretty sure parents wont be there. Im willing to give up everything if we get graduation.
I'm going to stage myself IVO West Point during reorgy week in the event the cadets get some level of privileges before classes start.
No OFFICIAL memo from the Supe, but our son has told us multiple sources in chain of command have advised not to expect any OPP's, parental visits, A-Day activities with visitors, Parents Weekend, or Thanksgiving leave. This could all change IF a vaccine is approved and distributed. JMPO, but talking with our son, things are NOT "Ops Normal" in any way, We don't expect any "face to face" until maybe Christmas, even with DOD ID. Very Thankful for face time and messenger video calls, he is happy so we are too. This will eventually pass and things will return to normal, remember our sons and daughters wanted this and they are safe and healthy.