ALERT: Instruction moves to distance and online learning. School phone lines and emails remain open for communication with families.
Our teachers care deeply about their students, and staff across the Division are committed to ensuring your child has the skills they need to be successful. The Government of Alberta has implemented new guidelines to ensure students continue learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting March 30, instruction will support students as they learn at home. We’ve been working quickly to make sure teachers have the resources they need to shift to this new learning environment. It will take time for teachers and students to establish new routines.
Schools will work with families to make sure students have access to the technology and resources they need. If you have questions about support for your child’s learning, connect with your child’s teacher.
There is support available for families and students as they set up their technology for distance and online learning. If you are having technical problems, visit technical support for parents and students to find a solution or submit your question to our team of experts.
Our Division uses Google Classroom to keep teachers and students connected as we continue distance and online learning. To learn more about using this online tool, watch our Google Classroom instructional videos, available in a variety of languages.
While students are learning from home, families can focus on two main sources of information.
If you choose to supplement your child’s learning at home, there are many resources available for parents.
All students will continue to receive final grades and a progress report at the end of June 2020. Read more about how your school will continue to assess and prepare your child for the next grade or course level until in-school classes resume.
The Alberta Government has confirmed: