Jan 02
EMS Weekly Update: January 4-8, 2021

Good morning parents/guardians,

Happy new year!  Hopefully your holidays were safe and you and your family have remained healthy.  Learning resumes on Monday - please read the entire body of this email as there is a great deal of information.

Upcoming Dates

  • Monday, January 4: Online learning (at home) for all students in Gr. 6,7,8,9.  PLP/LEAD students attend in-person learning at EMS.
  • Friday, January 8: Parents/guardians of HUB students need to inform EMS if they would like their student(s) to return to in-person learning.
  • Monday, January 11: In-person learning resumes for all EMS students.

Continued Learning at EMS

    • LEAD/PLP students continue in-person learning at EMS from Jan. 4-8, 2021.
      • Breakfast program and cafeteria lunch service will be available.
      • PLP/LEAD students to enter the school through the front doors.
      • Doors will open at 8:10am for breakfast program and for students entering the building.
    • All students return to in-person learning Jan. 11, 2021.
  • Gr. 6/7/8/9:
    • Gr. 6 students begin at home learning Jan. 4-8, 2021.
    • Gr. 7/8/9 students continue at home learning Jan. 4-8, 2021.
    • All students return to in-person learning Jan. 11, 2021.

HUB Learning

By Friday, January 8 at 12 noon, parents/guardians of HUB students need to inform EMS if they would like their student(s) to return to in-person learning.

  • HUB LEARNING students wanting to return to in-person learning at EMS starting February 1, 2021 must notify the school by January 8.
  • You MUST indicate your intention to return to in-person learning through your myCBE / PowerSchool account by 12 NOON on January 8.
  • All information to complete this process has been emailed to HUB families multiple times.
  • STEP-BY-STEP instructions on how to complete this process: https://cbe.ab.ca/support/Pages/MyCBE-PowerSchool-Hub-Notice-of-Intent.aspx

If you experience difficulty completing this process, please call the school between Jan. 4-8, 2021 (January 8 must be before 12 noon).

COVID-19 Protocols and Expectations

All expectations are still in place for students/staff in the building.  All families should be using the daily COVID-19 questionaire before sending students to school.  If students show any symptoms and/or state that they are not feeling well - they are to be kept at home and not sent to school.  If this is the case, please call the school to notify us of your absence.  Please also follow the guidelines of the checklist.

COVID-19 Daily Checklist: Covid 19 Daily Checklist.pdf 

We look forward to seeing all of our students return to learning!

Kevin Godfrey
Proud Principal
"THE" Ernest Morrow


Ernest Morrow School

1212 47 St. SE


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