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The health and safety of all students, staff and school communities is our top priority. Under the guidance of public health officials and the provincial government, Surrey Schools continues to monitor the ongoing situation with regard to COVID-19 and will provide updated information and resources on this page and through our social media accounts as it becomes available.
In summer 2020, the Ministry of Education
unveiled its plan to enable most students in B.C. to return safely to school in September 2020 as the province moved to Stage 2 of
B.C.'s Education Restart Plan. Strict
health and safety guidelines co-developed between public health officials, a stakeholder-led steering committee and ministry staff were put in place and additional funding was provided to school districts for enhanced cleaning, hand-washing stations, reusable masks and other measures to support safe learning.
Each school district developed a Restart Plan, which was approved by the Ministry of Education.
Jan. 4 - Supt. Jordan Tinney provides an update on COVID-19 cases in the district & reminds the community of measures necessary to reduce transmission
(Transcripts: English; Punjabi; Chinese; Arabic)
Jan. 4, 2021: Surrey Schools Community Update from Surrey Schools on Vimeo.