Re-entry Plan 2020-2021

Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord is sharing the English version of its school re-entry plan with families.

As the situation evolves, changes may be made to this PDF document. Any changes will be highlighted and dated.

December 8, 2020 CSCN re-entry plan  

January 8 update

On January 11:

  • All K-12 students registered for in-person classes return to school on January 11, 2021.
  • High school students who have had to take their courses online since November 30 will return to in-person learning on January 11.
  • Elementary students who had some remote classes with their teachers on January 6, 7 and will return to school on January 11.
  • Students who have been taking online courses since the start of the school year with the Centre francophone d’éducation à distance will continue to learn online.

On February 1, 2021:

  • Families received a survey link for the 2nd part of the school year, from February 1 to June 25, 2021. Just as you had the choice for the 1st part of the school year which ends at the end of January, the CSCN once again offered you the chance to choose between sending your children to school or continuing their learning online.
  • Online learning is supported by the Centre francophone d’éducation à distance. If you choose this option, your child will have a new teacher and new classmates.
  • Regardless of the option chosen, you will receive instructions from the school or the Centre francophone d’éducation à distance depending on the choice you have made.

Letter to parents from the Minister of Education, Adriana LaGrange

SAFE RETURN TO CLASS FOR ALL:

  • We ask you to screen your child for symptoms every morning. 
  • We ask that you keep your child at home for the period prescribed by the Health Authorities if he or she:
    • has symptoms;
    • has been in close contact with someone with COVID-19;
    • is awaiting a test result for COVID-19;
    • has tested positive for COVID-19 and the isolation period has not ended.

Daily screening questionnaire - Students 18 and younger

If you have questions regarding COVID-19 symptoms or the health measures please visit the Alberta Health Services Web site.

Screening questionnaire for adults (19 and over)

Fact sheet for parents - How long to stay home from school? 

What to do if?

*Your child has one or more of these COVID-19 symptoms that are new, worsening or not related to other known causes: fever; cough; shortness of breath; loss of sense of smell or taste.

*Your child has one or more of these COVID-19 symptoms that are new, worsening or not related to other known causes (and none of the previously listed symptoms): chills; sore throat or painful swallowing; runny nose or congestion; feeling unwell or fatigued; nausea or vomiting or diarrhea; unexplained loss of appetite; muscle or joint aches; headache; conjunctivitis (pink eye).

***Your child does not have COVID-19 symptoms and has been identified as a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19. 

*What do we need to do to isolate?