Yesterday the government shared this message with all residents of the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region.
Public health officials are advising the Winnipeg Metropolitan Region that anyone who is symptomatic, or has a household member who is symptomatic, the entire household needs to self-isolate. The symptomatic individual needs to stay in their own room and, if possible, use their own bathroom and not use common areas. Exemptions are in place for asymptomatic household members if they are a health-care worker or first responder. For information on self-isolation, visit www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/updates/resources.html#collapse2.
As we have always followed mandates to date, SCCS will comply with this message.
We thank you for your support and understanding to keep everyone safe.
As you may have heard already, the City of Winnipeg is moving to the critical level effective Monday. In my teleconference today, we were told that schools in Winnipeg would continue to operate in the Orange Response Level across Manitoba.
Please continue to talk with your child about the importance of social distancing, mask use, and washing/sanitizing hands. Staff will continue to do the same. As always, we appreciate your support and understanding. Thank you.
COVID-19 #RestartMB_Be COVID Careful this Halloween – Fact Sheet
Please view the linked files below for information needed prior to school opening Sept. 8, 2020:
Parent Communication Sept 3: letter from Mrs. Narynski
SCCS Parent Communication: Welcoming Our Students Back September 2020
Letter to Parents: communication from Dr. Brent Roussin, MB Chief Provincial Health Officer
COVID-19 Screening Questions
List of Resources: #RESTART MB, RESTORING SAFE SCHOOLS
As mentioned last week, you will be receiving updates and communication in regards to the start of school 2020-2021. please view the linked file for more information.
Important school and BASC information is included in this linked file from Mrs. Narynski.