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Current COVID Letters

January 25, 2022 

  

Good afternoon, 

  

A case of COVID-19 has been identified on January 24, 2022 and this affects the following classes:  


Career and Work Exploration B 30 - Barber 

Native Studies 30: Canadian Studies - Eftoda 

English Language Arts B 30 & ELA 20 & ELA A10   Chiverton 

Physical Education 20 – Paramchuk 

Computer Science 20 & Robotics and Automation 10 – Hansen 

Wellness 10 - Dallyn 

Math: Workplace and Apprenticeship 10 - Varjassy 

Welding 10 Tourigny 

Science 10 - Scrivener 


Your child may have been exposed and is therefore considered a close contact for 10 days from January 24, 2022. Students should not attend school if feeling unwell or showing any symptoms of COVID-19. As a potential close contact, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) strongly recommends your child(ren) take a rapid antigen self-test, which are readily available to families across the province. 


The Public Health Order permits students who are close contacts to continue to attend school if they do not display any symptoms regardless of vaccination status. Unvaccinated students are required to self-isolate at all other times other than when at school (or on the bus to/from school) or at child care/daycare. 

The requirements for close contacts are outlined in the graphic below: ​


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If you require additional support related to questions about self-isolation requirements, please contact Healthline at 811. The school is not able to provide additional support related to contact tracing and self-isolation requirements as the case in question has been identified by a parent or staff member and not by the SHA.

More information for families on close contacts can be found here: saskatchewan.ca/COVID-19.

Thank you for your continued partnership as we work to keep schools/childcare facilities healthy and safe for students and staff. 

 

Respectfully,

Jim Snodgrass

Principal