June 10, 2020
We thank you for your ongoing support of student learning over the past several months. As you know, we have helped slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Saskatchewan. Please check www.Saskatchewan.ca/Coronavirus for the most current information.
Yesterday afternoon, Minister of Education Gordon Wyant announced the plan for education next fall. Schools will open for the 2020-2021 school year on September 3 for in-class learning, with appropriate safety measures in place as determined by the Response Planning Team (RPT), subject to the approval of the Chief Medical Health Officer. Guidelines are expected in the near future.
The Regina Catholic School Division is working on a plan specific to our schools for fall opening. We anticipate this plan will be ready to share with families before the end of the month. Supplemental Learning, mailed distribution of progress reports, and virtual graduation ceremonies will continue this month as planned.
We invite you to share feedback with us by taking a short survey. Click here to complete a survey, which closes on Monday, June 15. We hope you will find time to share feedback with us.
Then the wind ceased, and there was a dead calm. He said to them, "Why are you afraid? Have you still no faith?" ~ Mark 4:39-40
Director of Education, Regina Catholic Schools