CLEVELAND — Feeling the stress of a remote-learning school year? You are not alone.
3News' Chief Meteorologist Betsy Kling posted a video on Monday showing off her dance party with Violette, her daughter.
"Kindergarten dance break," Kling wrote on Instagram, "Zoom fatigue is real...gotta dance it out."
Violette, along with Kling's other daughter, Josie, have been schooling online since the beginning of the school year.
With many experts saying that the Coronavirus pandemic has caused increased stress for millions of Americans, it's no surprise that some families are finding new and interesting ways to reset amid the struggle.
We at WKYC want to know how you are dealing with this increasingly confusing and stressful time. Maybe you have taken to dance breaks like our own Chief Meteorologist, or maybe you have picked up a new hobby that you do with your kids.
Whatever it is, we want to see it.
You can submit photos and short videos through 'Near Me' on the WKYC app, or text the name and location of your favorite soft serve joint along with a picture to (216) 344-3300.
To use our 'Near Me' feature on the WKYC app, watch digital anchor Stephanie Haney walk you through it in the video below, or read on for step-by-step instructions.
All you have to do is open the app, tap on 'Near Me' in the bottom right corner, and tap on 'Share with us' when the map pops up.
From there, you can select your photo or video right from your phone, write a short description so we know what we're looking at, and hit submit.
When your submission has gone through, you'll see the word 'Success' pop up in the app, and you'll know it's been sent to us and is awaiting review by our team.