Jun 22
2020-2021 September School Re-Entry

SEPTEMBER SCHOOL RE-ENTRY

Our staff and a task force at the CBE are making plans for schooling around all 3 possible scenarios that were announced. on June 10 by Education Minister Adriana LaGrange and Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw. It was  announced the preferred and likely scenario is that students will return to daily in-school classes in September. We understand that the government will share its decision by Aug. 1 on which scenario will be in place at the beginning of the school year. The government has also provided public health guidance for schools and the measures that would be required or suggested to reduce risks. Please read through the link to learn about the protocols that will be implemented to protect students and staff when we return. 

More details on school re-opening will be shared as it becomes available.​

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