has a role to play in helping students and staff stay healthy. This includes
taking simple steps to reduce the spread of illnesses such as COVID-19, the
flu, common colds, and stomach bugs in our schools.
following simple, healthy habits, you can help reduce the spread of germs in
our school and community.
you cough or sneeze, turn your head and step away from others to give them
space. Be sure to cover your mouth and nose with a tissue, cough into your
elbow if you don’t have a tissue, and wash or sanitize your hands afterward.
or sanitize your hands frequently.
for symptoms. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, we encourage you to get tested
and follow Public Health’s advice available online.
home if you’re sick. As with all communicable diseases, we ask that students
and staff stay home until they have been fever-free for 24 hours with no
diarrhea or vomiting for 48 hours without medication.
- Everyone six months old and
above is now able to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
not required for school attendance, we encourage individuals who choose to wear
a mask, based on their level of risk or concern, to do so.
- Visit the gnb website for additional informaiton:
and positive mental health are critical in supporting our students’ emotional,
physical and academic success.
out to school guidance counsellors and teachers for support.
mental health support options that are available outside of school hours.
families may have differing perspectives on COVID-19 safety, we ask that
everyone be patient, kind, and respectful. We will continue to support our
schools so they remain welcoming, supportive environments for everyone.
others extra space if they need it, and be respectful if they choose to wear a
mask. Everyone has different comfort and risk levels.
home if you’re sick. By not spreading viruses, you’re showing kindness and
respect for your school community and helping your friends, family, teachers or
coworkers stay healthy.