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Message from the International Education Department 

The government of Ontario announced that schools will re-open in September 2020.  Elementary students in Ontario will be heading back to school full-time while most high school students will split their time between the classroom and online learning.  Students in grade 4-12 will be required to wear face masks while in school.  Students in Kindergarten to Grade 3 will be encouraged, but not required, to wear face masks in common spaces. 

Elementary students will be provided with the options of attending schools 5 days per week, with one cohort for the full day, including recess and lunch; or having the parents working with the students and teachers online. 

Secondary students will be provided with the following options: 

Bạn có biết? CEI là trung tâm tư vấn du học Canada uy tín và miễn phí từ 2009, hàng ngàn học sinh Canada đã được CEI tư vấn thành công. Xem thêm: Tại sao bạn nên chọn tư vấn du học Canada với CEI?
  • ​Students will at​tend schools (face-to-face learning in class) in the morning with class cohorts of approximately 15 students on alternate days.  Students will then sent home.  Interactive synchronous online learning with their teachers will continue in the afternoon.  Students will be scheduled in Quadmesters (4 terms) with 2-3 days in class learning on their subjects.   OR; 
  • Day-eLearning model: this is an independent online learning model.  It is asynchronous.  Teachers will post videos and learning resources.  OR: 
  • Distance Learning model: this is an online learning with synchronous and asynchronous portions.  The synchronous portion will require students to log-in at a specific time to attend the online class with the teacher.  There will be live teaching and/or videos. 

All students, parents/guardians will receive a link to complete a survey to indicate the preferred option of learning in September.  Please watch out for communication email from the board. You must complete this survey and submit it by August 17th 2020.

Travel Conditions for International Students outside of Canada
You are exempt from the travel restrictions and are able to enter Canada if you are travelling for a non-discretionary or non-optional purpose and 

  • You are an international student with a Letter of Acceptance dated on or before March 17 and a valid study permit with an expiry date at least up to September 31, 2020;  or 
  • You have a letter issued from IRCC indicates that your study permit and/or visa is approved on or before March 18; or 
  • You were approved for a study permit on or before March 18; or  
  • You are entering from the United States. ​

Virtual Orientation
Coming Soon for NEW students.  Please make sure you have an updated and valid email address with our office. 
Questions? ​​
​If you have any questions or need to update your information, email address or​ phone number. Please contact our team. The best way to connect with us during school closure is by email. Stay well and healthy!

​Some useful links:

Student and Parent Resources during the Closure: