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Announcement:

Report Cards, Summer Break--and Planning Ahead

This school year sputtered its way to the last day--we are finally here!  We hope you will all get some time outdoors to refresh and enjoy within your social distancing families, and make a few memories along the way.  Stay Safe!

Report Cards: If you did not recieve a report card for your son/daughter, you can come to the school to pick up signed copies until July 3. Please call the school in advance to make sure the office is Open and we are in the building.  Summer Office hours are June 29 - July 3 (except Canada Day) 9 am - 3 pm.  Alternately, you may email/call the school office to request a copy be emailed to you.  Report cards that are not picked up will be held until School office hours reopen on September 1st. 

New Student Registrations: If you have moved into the school catchment over the summer and have not previously registered for school, we encourage you to contact us at https://mtlehman.abbyschools.ca/contact to receive a registration package.  We will process any new school registrations after September 1st.

September Startup:  There continues to be uncertainty about what the school year will look like in September.  The collective goal for the Province appears to be moving in the direction of Stage 2 instruction, where all K-5 students will be in school full-time for September, but stay tuned--we know it can change back at any time.  Remember, it's not forever, it's just for now.

Other  COVID-19 Related Information:

-5-stage K-12 Education Restart plan: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/education/administration/kindergarten-to-grade- 12/safe-caring-orderly/k-12-education-restart-plan.pdf

Accurate, timely information about schools, programs and educational services, including regularly updated frequently asked questions in multiple languages, is available at: www.gov.bc.ca/SafeSchools.

For the provincial health officer's orders, notices and guidance, visit: www.gov.bc.ca/phoguidance.

The best source of COVID-19 health information can be found at the BC Centre for Disease Control website http://www.bccdc.ca.

For mental health and online safety support, all families have access to ERASE – Expect Respect and a Safe Education – available here: www.erase.gov.bc.ca.

If your child is struggling with a problem big or small, they can also call the Kids Help Line, a free resource available to them at: 1-800-668-6868.

Current until: Monday, August 31st, 2020
Posted: Friday, June 26th, 2020