Friday, March 27, 2020

SD52 continues momentum towards continuity of Education Planning

With Spring Break set to end on Sunday, the first day back at school Monday for teachers and staff members will be a very different experience;.

With no students part of the routine, following  the provincial suspension of classes of earlier this month  SD52 is now set to change the learning landscape for the weeks and months ahead.

In a correspondence today for families, students, staff and community members, SD52 Superintendent Irene LaPierre charted the course ahead for education on the North Coast, with plans in motion to deliver learning resources and activities to benefit both parents or guardians and their children.

Towards that, the School District will build on the four guiding principles that have been provided by the Ministry of Education.

1. Maintain a healthy and safe environment for students, families and all employees.

2. Provide services to support children of essential workers.

3. Support vulnerable students who may need special assistance.

4. Provide continuity of educational opportunities for all students.

How they will approach those four principles is explained in the letter which you can review below:

As we made note of Wednesday, the School District is hosting a survey to gain feedback from parents and guardians towards helping to form the education plans as the new ways of delivering information prepare to change the educational experience.

For more notes on SD52 and education across the Northwest see our archive page here.

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