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March 27, 2020,
Dear Parents/ Guardians,
unprecedented times our Windsor Administrative Team would like to
provide you with an update on what to expect over the next week as we
continue to plan for continuity of educational services
during the suspension of in-class instruction. We acknowledge that this
is a challenging time for everyone in our Windsor community, and we
appreciate your focus on the health and well-being of your family. We
thank you for your patience and understanding as
we continue to plan for our students and staff. While instructional
delivery will look different moving forward we recognize the importance
of maintaining a sense of connection between students and teachers.
priority is the health and safety of our school community, including
students, staff, and families. During the week of March 30-April 3rd Windsor will NOT
be open to
students and parents. Please do not send children to school. Over the
next two weeks, schedules will be established to allow for students, if
necessary, to collect personal belongings and/or resources. Controlled
access to the building is required to ensure
social/physical distancing and to keep people safe.
As referenced in the letter received from Superintendent , Mark Pearmain on March 26th the Ministry of Education has asked school districts to prioritize the following guiding principles:
Our District has
been working over Spring Break to begin to define continuity of learning
for our students. This process will take some time as we continue to
collaborate virtually with our staff to create
a framework and communication plan.
To assist parents with planning please see the following timeline:
Please click the Ministry of Education Frequently
Asked Questions for more information on Continuity of Education in the K-12 Education System.
If you have emergent and/or specific questions please contact your child’s grade administrator by email.
We wish to thank
you for adhering to the rules around social distancing and for the
support you are providing to family members and friends. Together, with
kindness, compassion and connection we will get
through these unprecedented times.
Brenda Bell, Principal – Grade 12
Julie Bertrand, Vice Principal – Grade 8 & 10
Nancy Roberts, Vice Principal – Grade 9 & 11, International Students
Information from the Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education announced today the suspension of
all K-12 in-class instruction in British Columbia. As more information
becomes available, we will post it on this website. Here is the link to Minister Fleming’s statement from the press conference regarding school closures: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/…/safe-carin…/218690-covid-letter.pdf
To help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission and
ensure the continued health, safety and wellness of all of our user
groups, all facility rentals throughout the North Vancouver School
District, including the Education Services Centre , have been CANCELLED until May 31, 2020.
All North Vancouver School District playgrounds, fields and sports courts are closed until further notice. Thank-you for your understanding.
The NVSD Education Services Centre currently remains open to the public, but we encourage you, wherever possible, to contact us by telephone or by email. The continued health and safety of both our staff and our community members remains important to us. Click on the Read More button below to view our District Directory.
The B.C. government has announced all K-12, in-class
instruction will be suspended until further notice. This means NVSD
schools will NOT open for instruction as scheduled on March 30. We will provide
more information as it becomes available. We ask for your patience as we await
more details and confirm next steps.
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