is Friday, April 9th and this is Mrs. Godfrey with some messages from
cards will go home with high school students on Monday, April 12th. Parents and guardians are encouraged to visit
our Caledonia website to schedule a virtual conference with subject
teachers. These conferences can be by
phone as in the fall. For this round, we
have added an online option as well.
Conferences can be scheduled for Tuesday evening – April 13th
- from 6-8 pm and again on Wednesday morning – April 14th – from 8:30
– 11:30 am. There is no school for
students in Grades 6 – 12 on Wednesday.
cafeteria will re-open on Monday, April 12th. This is good news for all students in grades
6 through 12.
Monday the 12th, we welcome back all our high school students to
full time in school / in person learning.
Online teaching ends and the track system (A, B and C) dissolves on
Monday. Our updated and detailed Operational
Plan can be found on our school website under Quick Links and I have attached a
copy to my email message today for your convenience.
Middle school will continue to operate as per our original Operational
Plan. The significant changes affect high
Learning is full time and
in person for all high school students in grades 9 – 12.
Masks are always required
to be worn by students in grades 9 – 12 and by staff with these students. Exceptions for students are when they are seated
to eat or engaged in activities in Phys Ed class.
When outside, Public Health
Guidelines must be followed including masks worn in all public places. This includes our parking lot and village
We have two distinct lunch
times – one for Grades 9 & 10 and one for Grades 11 & 12. This is to reduce the number of students in
our cafeteria and to provide this as a safe and physically distanced space for
our high school students. Middle School students will continue to eat in their supervised
All staff and students
are reminded to complete passive screening each morning before coming into the
building. If staff or students are exhibiting
any one symptom from the list, they are reminded to follow the direction of
Public Health and not enter the building.
are on the home stretch in terms of the school year and we want to all work
together to hold the line. COVID-19 has
not gone away. There are cases appearing
in our province each day and the variants are also very worrisome. We know what a school closure does to student
learning because we have experienced it firsthand. Although we cannot fully prevent something like
this from happening again, we can rest easy knowing that we have done all we
can to lower the risk of transmission.
We will continue to passively screen, stay home when we are not feeling
well, sanitize our hands and our workstations, wear our masks in school and in
public, and maintain a safe physical distance.
want to thank you all for your continued co-operation this school year. The last time we were all together was March
13th 2020. I am very excited
to have all our students learning together in our building on Monday.
a great weekend! See you Monday Tigers!