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COVID-19: Community Notification Letters and Remote Learning

Health and safety measures in schools have been effective in keeping schools safe and in limiting the number of COVID-19 cases in schools. Schools work closely with public health officials when determining if a school will move to remote learning.

Schools send out community notification letters if public health officials have identified increased transmission, initiated a rapid testing program or recommended remote learning for a class, cohort or entire school.

It is important to note that a when a school has had a community notification letter or has entered remote learning this does not necessarily mean that acquisition or transmission occurred at the school. For further information on the notification process, please see Toolkit and Guidance for COVID-19 in Schools.



Resources


Visit our Planning for the 2021-2022 School Year page for additional information and resources to help keep our schools safe.

For information on the Pandemic Response System level by region visit: #RestartMB Pandemic Response System.

Restoring Safe Schools Resources




Restoring Safe Schools


Restoring Safe Schools: - Planning Guide for 2021-2022 School Year - October 2021

Restoring Safe Schools

Restoring Safe Schools: - Planning Guide for 2021-2022 School Year (pdf)

Restoring Safe Schools: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers and Students

Restoring Safe Schools

Restoring Safe Schools: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers and Students (pdf)