I am a little bit torn on this. For me personally, the biannual clock adjustments and reorientation of my diurnal cycles are a pain that I personally do not like. However, that's just me. I have lived at the extreme Eastern edge of a time zone and at the extreme Western edge. Kids going to school on either end would be forced to either walk to school in darkness or come home in darkness as school days tend to track normal work hours- and that does concern me some; particularly when we can get all of our students back to in-class and in-person learning. I am fairly certain that many more school systems will be operating on longer in-class days with staggered schedules to assure that viral spread is minimized. (Even if we had a super effective and proven safe vaccine available today which could be rapidly distributed, it will take at least a year to get it to all of our people who need it -and take at least three years to suppress the virus worldwide to prevent new deadly strains from developing elsewhere and re-infecting everyone). SO, I am going to punt on this issue because I do have concerns for kids walking to or from school in darkness that I am not sure how to resolve.