Jun 08
Spring 2021

Semester 2 seems to have gone by in a blink of an eye! During this time, we have had many successes and lots to celebrate. Several students completed their high school requirements and will now enter post secondary or have found employment. Others completed a successful semester of courses and will now move forward to new classes. COVID-19 continues to have its toll on us but we have persevered and made it through another school year. As we finish the school year and look forward to summer, I wish you all the best. Please continue to be safe and cautious. I know this year has been tough. COVID-19 caused us to “do school" is a very different way. As people become vaccinated and our environment becomes a little safer, we are hopeful school will return to a more normal setting. We are hopeful we will be able to offer you school experiences that allow us to celebrate in person, make changes to your timetables and share a meal together. Just be together!


Please take care of yourselves and each other. Relax and enjoy summer the best way you can and we will see you in September!



Proud Principal of Louise Dean School



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