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Nov 23, 2020: Surrey Schools Community Update from Surrey Schools on Vimeo.
In his latest video message, Supt. Jordan Tinney outlines measures being taken to protect schools and reminds parents and secondary students of crucial steps they can take to keep our community safe.
For secondary students:
"All of our staff are making adjustments and we're wanting to make sure we're all part of the puzzle," says Tinney, noting that while the district has issued 220 notices of COVID-19 exposure, there have been fewer than five cases of in-school transmission.
"Schools matter, we all care, and it's important that we all are doing whatever we can to protect our schools," Tinney says. "Being in school means a chance to play and connect, a chance to receive a meal, a chance to get the social and emotional support that our children need, a chance to continue to pursue your dreams of life beyond Grade 12."