Return To School Plans
The Ontario government has announced the return to school plans for students. At DSBN, we are working with the Ministry and Niagara Public Health to ensure a smooth, safe, and successful transition for (back for) the first day of school on Tuesday, September 8. For DSBN students:
- Elementary students will return to a regular school day with additional safety protocols
- Secondary students will return with an adaptive model with additional safety protocols – a hybrid of the in-class and online learning model
- Students from Grades 4 to 12 are required to wear face masks all day, with younger students encouraged to do so
A short overview of our plans can be found here: https://www.dsbn.org/return-to-school-updates/ More information will be updated on this site.
Canadian Government’s Travel Restrictions and Exemptions for International Students
The Canadian government’s travel restrictions are still in place, while exemptions may apply to some international students. Please refer to the Government of Canada’s website for details: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-covid19/students.html or see the attached document.
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Pre-Departure and Arrival Guide/Protocol/Self-Isolation Plan
If your students are able to travel to Canada for the September entry, please see the attached Pre-Departure and Arrival Guide. This draft guide is still under approval with our senior team, and I will keep you updated.
The Guide contains a protocol form and a self-isolation plan form. Students and parents are required to complete and sign those forms and return them to us before their departure. And we will provide a support letter based on the student’s self-isolation plan.
For students who are unable to travel to Canada due to travel bans, online learning might be an option.