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March 30, 2021: Surrey Schools Community Update from Surrey Schools on Vimeo.
As we pass the one-year mark when the COVID-19 pandemic began to change our education system, Surrey Schools Superintendent Jordan Tinney provides a video update summarizing targeted additional measures being taken in schools, vaccinations and the new mask order for our staff and students.
The additional measures are plentiful, but include steps to:
We also have the new mask order in place, which requires all students Grades 4-12 and all staff in kindergarten to Grade 12 to wear a mask at all times when inside a school, with a few exceptions. And many of our school-based staff have been receiving their vaccinations during the past week to add another layer of safety in our schools.
"One year ago, we didn't have children in school. I believe that having children in school, where they belong, is our top priority," says Tinney. "It is the balance of fighting the pandemic and providing our society with all the services that schools provide from education to social connections, to nutrition and mental health supports."