Mar 20
March Message

Good afternoon students and parents of Beddington.  We miss you!​

 We are thinking about you and hope you are keeping well.  As we refer to our school pillars, I would like to think we will all take this time to reflect on care for self. With Spring Break starting there will not be teaching staff in the school this upcoming week. Yes, we have been here, although some of us are working from home and are connecting remotely. Ms. Cumming and I are in the building consistently and are able to take your calls if needed. 

The system has been providing us with updates all week and we will be able to update you on the potential for on-line learning after Spring Break. This will be communicated once we have a confirmed and consistent approach in place and direction is given to us from downtown. Updates will come in the form of school messenger and/or on teacher’s blogs. If needed, we will establish methods for coming in to pick up student personal items after break. Please keep in mind that a number of student school items will need to stay at school to support teacher completion of reporting. Hopefully we will be able to connect with you personally in the not to distant future. I have attached some information you may find helpful.


Covid Social Story for Children.pdfCovid Social Story for Children.pdf

General Principles for Talking to Children About COVID - CBE.pdfGeneral Principles for Talking to Children About COVID - CBE.pdf

WHO Helping Chidren Cope with Stress.pdfWHO Helping Chidren Cope with Stress.pdf

Brian Hebert

Proud Principal, Beddington Heights

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