Frequently Asked Questions

In an announcement on August 5th, 2021, Education Minister Cliff Cullen and Dr. Brent Roussin announced the Safe Return to School plan for September. While the plan is subject to revision between now and the start of school, some of the key components are:

-Students will attend classes in person.
-Ventilation, hand hygiene, and staying home when sick will continue to be a priority
-Masks will be recommended for all students, staff and visitors.
-Physical distancing will be maintained to the greatest extent possible.
-Assemblies, gatherings and events in schools can proceed in accordance within public health guidelines.
-Extra-curricular, field trips, music/band can resume.
-Cleaning and disinfecting will focus on high-touch surfaces but the frequency will be at pre-COVID levels.

It is important to note that these are broad provincial guidelines that were just announced. We will continue to monitor the situation and develop a plan that includes details of what measures will be in place in Lakeshore School Division. We know that COVID-19 will not be eradicated in the near future and our focus will be on how to facilitate student learning in a safe manner as we learn to manage the virus on an ongoing basis. Please continue to monitor our website for further updates.

COVID-19

Frequently Asked Questions


In an announcement on August 5th, 2021, Education Minister Cliff Cullen and Dr. Brent Roussin announced the Safe Return to School plan for September. While the plan is subject to revision between now and the start of school, some of the key components are:

-Students will attend classes in person.
-Ventilation, hand hygiene, and staying home when sick will continue to be a priority
-Masks will be recommended for all students, staff and visitors.
-Physical distancing will be maintained to the greatest extent possible.
-Assemblies, gatherings and events in schools can proceed in accordance within public health guidelines.
-Extra-curricular, field trips, music/band can resume.
-Cleaning and disinfecting will focus on high-touch surfaces but the frequency will be at pre-COVID levels.

It is important to note that these are broad provincial guidelines that were just announced. We will continue to monitor the situation and develop a plan that includes details of what measures will be in place in Lakeshore School Division. We know that COVID-19 will not be eradicated in the near future and our focus will be on how to facilitate student learning in a safe manner as we learn to manage the virus on an ongoing basis. Please continue to monitor our website for further updates.