This week, thousands of elementary schoolers will prepare to return to class. However, Justin Trudeau's kids will be staying at home. The Prime Minister has admitted he’s in no rush to send his children back to school right now, noting that the decision is “very personal.”\nIt’s going to be a busy week for parents, younger kids, and teachers, as many of them are preparing to return to school next week.\nIn most regions in Quebec, elementary schools and daycares will begin to reopen from May 11, with the Greater Montreal area following suit on May 19.\nDespite assurances from Quebec Premier Francois Legault, the Prime Minister has admitted he wouldn’t be sending his children back without some serious thinking.\nIn an interview with Radio-Canada’s Tout le monde en parle on Sunday, Trudeau simply said “I don’t know,” when asked if he’d let his kids return to class right now.\n“It will be a decision that is extremely personal for many parents,” he explained.\nHe added that if he absolutely had to make a decision, it would be based on a number of factors.\nThe Prime Minister said he would consider the school’s plan, how teachers were feeling and how recess would work.\nView this post on Instagram Thinking back to one of my favourite meetings from last year & wishing you the happiest of birthdays, Ella-Grace! You bring so much joy to my life. Je t’aime. 🇨🇦 Je repense à cette réunion de l’année dernière, qui a été l’une de mes préférées. Bonne fête Ella-Grace! Tu es une grande source de joie dans ma vie. Je t’aime. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Feb 5, 2020 at 5:59am PST\nThe PM continued, “I would make that decision probably at the last minute.”\nAcknowledging that the pandemic is becoming increasingly difficult for many Canadians, he added, “It’s tough on children because they want to see their friends. They don’t understand but they know it’s important.”\nLuckily for Trudeau, he’s got a little while to think on the situation.\nView this post on Instagram Happy birthday to this big guy who’s afraid of nothing and ready for anything. Je t’aime, Hadrien. 🇨🇦 Bonne fête à ce grand garçon qui n’a peur de rien et qui est prêt à tout. Je t’aime, Hadrien. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Feb 28, 2020 at 5:18am PST\nDuring the interview, Trudeau explained that his three kids attend a French-language school in Ontario, where schools will remain closed until at least May 31.\nWhen Premier Doug Ford was asked last week if he'd follow in Legault's footsteps, he said that he would not be taking any chances in Ontario.\n"I'm not going to put our children in a crowded classroom," Ford explained. "I'm just not going to do it."\nView this post on Instagram Hello dear friends! Justin, the kids, and I wanted to take a quick moment to send you all our love and best wishes this long weekend. Even though families across the country are having to get a little creative and celebrate a bit differently this year, we’re all in this together. So whether you’re able to be with your loved ones or you’re staying connected from afar, we’re thinking of you and keeping you in our hearts… from our family to yours, happy Easter! 🐰💝 Bon dimanche tout le monde! Justin, les enfants et moi voulons prendre quelques instants pour vous souhaiter nos meilleurs vœux en ce long week-end. Même si on doit tous faire preuve de créativité pour célébrer un peu différemment cette année, on est tous dans le même bateau. Si vous êtes avec vos proches ou si vous gardez le contact à distance, on pense à vous et vous êtes dans nos cœurs. Joyeuses Pâques! A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Apr 12, 2020 at 3:19pm PDT\nDespite the stresses of the pandemic, the Trudeau family seems to have been keeping very busy.\nSince the beginning of the lockdown in Ontario, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau has been sharing adorable family pictures on her social media channels, and sharing the ways they have been keeping themselves entertained.\nFor the time being, it is not compulsory for any children in Quebec to return to school next week.