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All schools in New Brunswick are closed until further notice as a response to the COVID-19 situation. As information and updates become available, we will share it with our ASD-S familes through School Messenger emails and post it to this website. We will also link to this information from our Twitter and Facebook​ pages.

Parents who are essential service workers who require early learning and child care must register to the Parent Portal with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development to receive direct communications from the department and for placement opportunities.
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Helpful Links             
​​​​GNB Coronav​irus - Phone 1-844-288-3888

GNB Day Care Phone 1-833-221-9339
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​FAQ- Frequently Asked Questions 
UPDATED MARCH 25, 2020 -We will continue to update the answers as more information becomes available.
Schools are closed under the authority of an all-party committee of government with the support of the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Jennifer Russell due to the ongoing COVID-19 Global Pandemic. This closure will be reassessed on an ongoing basis.
Your child’s health and safety, including their mental health, is our priority. Students will continue to be supported. Parents can contact their Child and Youth Team office directly. If you do not know their number, please call the one of the numbers below: • Charlotte County: 506-466-7380 • Saint John: 506-658-3737 • Sussex: 506-432-2217
Co-Op and distance learning are considered school courses therefore students will not be required to attend their placement or access on-line course material.
All Home-Hospital Tutoring will be cancelled during the closure.
Currently work is not being assigned to students. Our School District team is collaborating with school leaders and the Department of Education to pursue learning options. You should not expect learning options and materials until April at the earliest.
All trips and activities are cancelled during the closure. We will reassess the remainder of the year at the end of the closure. All International trips are cancelled until the end of the year. All interprovincial trips have been cancelled for the reminder of the 2019-2020 school year.
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development have confirmed there will be no April Report Cards at this time..
This closure will not affect students who are on a successful graduation path.
This closure will not affect graduations ceremonies or prom events at this time. We will reassess the remainder of the year at the end of the closure.
We do not believe there will be an impact; however, it is best to check with your post-secondary institution or scholarship provider.
We have not received any direction from the Minister of Education on this topic.
Some facilities remain open to support essential service workers and follow the advice set out by the Chief Medical Officer of Health, including reduced group sizes, and social distancing. In addition, they will continue to follow strict health and safety directives. Essential services workers who have questions regarding essential child care services can call 1-833-221-9339. Parents who are essential service workers who require early learning and child care must register to the Parent Portal (https://www.nbed.nb.ca/parentportal/en/) with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development to receive direct communications from the department and for placement opportunities.
No. If an extenuating circumstance exists such as medication inside a school please contact your principal.
All ASD-S school playgrounds are closed until further notice. You can allow your children to play outdoors at this time if you follow these precautions: • You can go for a walk on trails or in parks if it’s not crowded and you’re able to maintain a distance of at least 2 meters from other families. • Playgrounds should not be used if crowded. Playground equipment could pose a risk, especially because some children will find it hard to avoid touching their eyes, nose or mouth, even if instructed not to. • Children’s hands should be washed before you head out and right after you return home. Hand sanitizer should be used if you’re driving to a location and can’t wash their hands immediately before or after the activity. This should be done regardless of whether your child was wearing gloves or mittens. • Avoid using public washrooms and if that’s not possible, wipe down surfaces with sanitizer wipes before and after using.
Individuals with question relating to schools and early learning and child-care facilities may call 1-844-288-3888.
This provincial decision will be made by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and we will communicate this decision as soon as it is known.
Resources have been posted on the Anglophone South School district website.
The exclusion period is still in effect. Your child will not be allowed to return to school for 14 calendar days following your arrival home. Please refer to the provincial guidelines on travelling during this time for more information: https://www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/ocmoh/cdc/content/respiratory_diseases/coronavirus/InformationForTravelers.html
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