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Although we anticipated that the government would make an announcement this past weekend regarding a further suspension of face-to-face classes there was, nonetheless, still a glimmer of hope that this would not be seen as a necessary step to curb the spread of the coronavirus. One might argue that there have been very few cases of the virus appearing in schools and that face-to-face classes should not be suspended. Further, perhaps some of you may feel that an imbalance exists between the government’s well intentioned safeguarding measures as opposed to consideration for students' emotional and social well being, which is best served by being on campus. Either way, our hope is that this most recent suspension is short-lived and that students will return to campus for classes on January 4th. Time will tell.
Please be advised that we will revert to e-learning for students in grade 4 - 10 beginning on Wednesday, December 2nd. Teachers in these grades will re-post their e-learning schedules on the Parent Communicator no later than 4:00 pm on Tuesday, December 1st.
The e-learning schedule begins at 7:45 am and ends at 12:30 pm each day. Parents and students can expect to see on the schedule an indication of when live lessons will be held. In addition, all zoom links to the live lessons will also be available on the schedule.
Parents who need help with accessing the Parent Communicator or with any aspect of the e-learning program may contact the IT Support Team at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org