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The health and safety of all students, staff and school communities is our top priority. In consultation with public health officials and the Government of B.C., Surrey Schools is closely monitoring the ongoing situation with regard to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and will provide updated information and resources on this page and through our social media accounts as they become available.
As you are aware, on March 17, on the direction of the Provincial Health Officer, the Ministry of Education suspended all in-class instruction for B.C. schools.
On May 6, the provincial government announced a gradual lifting of restrictions and unveiled B.C.'s Restart Plan and on May 15, the government announced K-12 students to have optional in-class instruction on June 1. Please see the Ministry of Education's K-12 Education Restart Plan.
All school districts are now working to design learning models that meet the guidelines to resume face-to-face instruction set out by the province and the Provincial Health Officer, while adhering to health and safety protocols for schools. As always, our district's approach is "slow and steady, caring and connected."
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May 25: Week 9 Message to Surrey Schools Parents, Students & Staff from Surrey Schools on Vimeo.