Students Return to In-Person Learning May 25th

May 19, 2021

Dear Parents and Guardians:

Today the Government of Alberta confirmed students from pre-kindergarten through to grade 12 will return to in-person learning on May 25th.  We are excited that your children will soon be back in school and in our classrooms learning. If your child is enrolled in the Supported At-Home Learning program, we are excited to continue providing on-line learning opportunities. As we head into the final month of the school year, our wishes are for all of our students to be able to end the year on a positive note and maintain their continuity of learning.

Keeping our Schools Safe

With this in mind I would again like to remind you that all the previous parameters of our School Re-Entry Guide remain in place.  Your diligence and support in helping us to keep the school community safe over the last 24 days of the school year is critical.  Please remember to:

Reminder - Last Day of School

Our Board of Trustees has designated June 25th, as the last day of school for students. Students will be dismissed at noon. At this time, report cards will be handed out and students will want to ensure all their belongings are taken home. Students who ride the bus will have buses waiting for them at their schools to deliver them to their destination/home.  High school students who require time to complete final exams will be allowed to stay at school during the afternoon.

Supports for Students and Families

We recognize the various impacts of the pandemic can be stressful for our students and their families.  If your family needs assistance please reach out. 

With Appreciation

Thank you once again to our incredible students, amazing staff and dedicated parents for all your help as we navigated this most recent transition to at-home learning and back to in-person learning.  There are never enough ways to say thank you for everyone’s continued support!  My best wishes to you and your family as we wrap up the school year and can see summer holidays on their way.  

With appreciation,

Scott Brandt