Sep 22
September Update

Welcome Back Valley View Voyageurs!

It has been a very exciting and different start up this year but all the students and staff that in the school have been doing a fantastic job of following all the new protocols and guidelines put in place to keep everyone safe and healthy. We have 125 of our Valley View students registered in the Hub online learning program. With so many students not returning to in person learning we had to close four physical classrooms but we were able to keep all of our teachers here. Mrs. Trotter (Ms. Cuggy), Mrs. Cormack, Mrs. Kear and Ms. Schmitz are all teaching a Hub class and may be re-opening their classrooms at the end of January.

So many classes have been taking their learning outside to enjoy our mild Fall weather and to take a mask break.  All students and their teachers are very settled into routines and are working towards learning goals and targets. Please tell your child's teacher about the learning goals and targets you have for your child as they contact you by telephone and/or email during the Parent Teacher Conferences this week.

Please remember to do the daily health screening with your child. If your child comes to school and exhibits COVID 19 like symptoms, we will be calling for your child to be taken home. The Alberta Health Ministry has posted a document called COVID 19 Student Illness at School which has guided school decisions to send a student home. 

Student Illness at School​


Thanks for your ongoing support and cooperation. Take good care!

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