Nov 24
EMS UPDATE | In-Person Learning for all Students Continues this Week

Good evening parents/guardians,

***In-person learning for all Gr. 6-9 students continues at EMS for the remainder of this week***

The government of Alberta announced changes earlier today to all schools for both in-person and at-home learning starting Monday, November 30, 2020.

Those changes are:

Changes for Grade 7-12 students

  • Move to at-home learning starting Monday, Nov. 30 to Friday, Jan. 8 (except during winter break).
  • In-person classes will resume starting Monday, Jan. 11, 2021.
  • Diploma exams are optional for rest of the school year (high school students).
  • There are no changes for students in CBE's Hub online learning or CBe-learn

Changes for Grade K-6 students (including Early Childhood Services)

  • Continue in-person learning until winter break.
  • Move to at-home learning during the week of Jan. 4 to Jan. 8, 2021.
  • In-person classes will resume starting Monday, Jan. 11.
  • There are no changes for Grade 1 - 6 students in CBE's Hub online learning or CBe-learn.

As more specific information becomes available, it will be passed along to you.  Please check your email regularly over the next few days for updates from EMS and the CBE.

Thank you,

Kevin Godfrey
Proud Principal
"THE" Ernest Morrow​


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