Nov 25
November Updates

​So many exciting things are happening in Valley View School. First of all there are many people to thank.

Thank you to Mr. Affeld, Mrs. Lewis, Mr. Liu and Mrs. Wentzell's classes for putting together a virtual Remembrance Day Celebration. It was very meaningful and respectful. Thanks to all of the staff and students that are following all of the COVID-19 safety protocols so closely. My gratitude also goes to our Facility Operator, Mr. Peltier, and our cleaning crew for frequently sanitizing high touch points and doing extra things to keep everyone healthy and safe. 

With the announcement from the Provincial Government about new restrictions and protocols to curb the rising cases of COVID-19 in our province there will be a few changes at Valley View School. We will continue with our in-person classes right up to December 18. Winter Break will start on December 19 and end on January 5. January 4 is an organizational day at Valley View and there will be no school for students. From January 5-8 all learning will be on-line. Please help your child access their teacher's Google Classroom now to prepare for this move to on-line learning in January.​ More details will be shared as we received them.

Just a reminder that if your child stays for lunch and/or they ride the bus, you need to go to your My CBE Account to register for lunchroom services and apply for a Z pass. Please don't delay.

Take good care and stay safe and healthy.

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