We had another busy week here at Marshall Springs full of activity and learning! Aside from the typical day-to-day bustle in our school, we also had nurses from Alberta Health Services in our school to provide scheduled vaccinations to our Grade 9 students early in the week. The students did a great job throughout the day, with plenty of comments from our guests about their kind and respectful nature.
Faculty and students are all working to adjust to further changes to COVID guidance in schools, whether the removal of the requirement for adults to wear masks in school or other changes. Faculty is working together to better understand the implications of the removal of most COVID guidance for our school, with the needs of our students at the center of our work. As changes to policy and our work arise, whether regarding student activities or guests in our school, we will be sure to share those changes with you in a timely manner. Most of our changes will occur after Spring Break.
Dr. O’Neill met with the grade 9 Student Advisory team this morning. This team is looking at grade 9 farewell and activities that will occur at year end. Thank you to the grade 9 students who are part of this committee.
Please be aware that our upcoming interviews are still virtual (online) for this round. This will be one of the conversations whether we continue online interviews that will be held with parents in the upcoming months. Please stay tuned for an in person Celebration of Learning in April. This will allow parents to visit Marshall Springs, for some this will be for the very first time.
We wish you all a tremendous weekend with plenty of fun and time together.