With the 2021-2022 school year right around the corner, or for some already started, we at SchoolBundle looked for a few of our favorite Back to School/School Renewal plans to share with other districts getting ready to welcome students back into the classroom, whether that be in person or online.
Learn how these districts are keeping schools safe and resuming:
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools is Saskatchewan’s largest Catholic school division with 43 elementary schools and seven high schools serving about 20,000 students in the communities of Saskatoon, Martensville, Warman, Humboldt and Biggar. GSCS challenges staff and students to be rooted in faith, grow in knowledge and reach out to transform the world.
Based in the province's plan, Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools has developed a 4 level plan for school response levels and will start the school year at Level 2: Full in-class learning with additional protocols, such as masks, student cohorts and limited community access to buildings.
View the Greater Saskatoon Safe School Plan 2021-2022 to learn more.
Foothills School Division serves the learning needs of approximately 8,200 students in junior kindergarten (pre-kindergarten) through grade 12 at the southern border of the city of Calgary, Alberta and employs more than 900 teachers and support staff who are focused on their goal of improving learning for ALL students.
The Foothills School Division response plan can be summed up in four words: Require - Recommend - Respond - Respect.
View the Foothills School Renewal Plan for 2021-2022 to learn more.
Edmonton Catholic Schools started back in 1888 when three sisters from the order of the Faithful Companions of Jesus sailed from France and began teaching just 23 students in the very first Catholic school in Edmonton.
Since then, the division has grown many times over, enrolling over 44,330 students at 95 schools and offering numerous immersion and bilingual programs, including French Immersion, Polish Bilingual, Spanish Bilingual, and Ukrainian Bilingual programs. With many new immigrant, Indigenous and early learning programs as well, ECSD provides a Christ-centered, competency-based learning experience for all learners, right in the heart of Edmonton, Alberta.
The Edmonton Catholic Schools' Back to School Plan is designed to support their schools in reducing the risk of transmission of illness and maintaining safe and healthy environments for their students and staff.
View the Edmonton Catholic Back to School Plan to learn more.
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