2021/22 School Year
Contact Tracing in Schools – BC CDC
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Masks are Required for K-3 as of Oct 4, 2021
The province has announced that it is updating its K-12 education health and safety guidelines to require masks for Kindergarten to Grade 3 students.
Effective Monday, October 4, 2021, all students in B.C. schools, K-12, will be required to wear a mask while inside schools, including while at their desks, on buses, and aboard the student water taxi.
For more information, please see the updated K-12 health and safety measures by visiting the Provincial COVID-19 safe school website.
Letter to families and Staff (August, 30, 2021)
2020/21 School Year
Island Health – Letter to Families and Staff (March 28, 2021)
WorkSafe BC Protocols (K-12) (Nov 23)
Back to School Facts:
What you need to know for return to school 2020-21
(BC Ministry of Education, Sept 8)
Families wishing to explore options for Remote Learning Flexible Return are asked to contact their local school.
We understand returning to in-class instruction may be concerning to many of our students and families. Please know that the health and safety of all students remains our top priority.
Letter from Superintendent Scott Benwell
July 29, 2020
New B.C. provincial website for K-12 Return to School
Updated August 21, 2020
2019/20 School Year
British Columbians can also use the new provincial phone service by calling 1- 888-COVID19, available seven days a week from 7:30 AM to 8 PM, with information in over 110 languages.
Specific COVID-19 public health questions should be directed to your local health authority.
The Ministry of Health’s online self-assessment tool at covid19.thrive.health.
If you have symptoms associated with COVID-19, self-isolate.
District Letter to Students, Staff, and Families – March 26, 2020
For more information and latest updates on novel coronavirus (COVID-19), follow the BC Centre for Disease Control on Twitter @CDCofBC or visit the website.
Government of Canada Travel Advice – Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
Anyone who is concerned they may have been exposed to, or are experiencing symptoms of the coronavirus should contact their primary care provider, local public health office or call 811.
Education Minister Letter to Students, Staff, and Families – March 17, 2020
Letter from the Deputy Minister to Parents, Guardians and Staff – March 13, 2020
Letter to Families/Caregivers – March 12, 2020
Letters to Employees – March 12, 2020
Parent/Guardian letter from SD64 and the Ministry of Education – March 02, 2020
Ministry of Health and BC Centre for Disease Control Frequently asked questions for children and students