SCHOOL DISTRICT INFORMATION
The District is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all of our employees, and this document sets out a combination of measures that will be used to minimize exposure to COVID-19. Details of site-specific safety plans can be found on each school's website.
International School Program
Our International School Program has developed the following documents to ensure that students and home stay families understand the COVID-19 safety protocols for travelling from outside of Canada and for quarantine.
QISP Welcome Travel and Arrival Protocols
QISP Homestay Self Isolation Guidebook.pdf
Information on COVID-19 in Schools
Q&A YouTube video with Dr. Sandra Allison, Medical Health Officer, Central Island
Daily Student Health Checklist - Island Health expects that all families will use the checklist every day to determine whether or not their children should come to school.
The B.C. K-12 daily check app can be found at the following addresses:
GOVERNMENT OF BC
BC COVID-19 Situation Report for K-12 Schools
Updated K-12 health and safety guidelines
August 24, 2021 News Release: Health, safety remain focus for new school year
BC COVID-19 Safe Schools Website
The Ministry of Health has issued a news release on the provincial vaccine rollout for children between 12-17 years old, including how children and their parents/caregivers can register and book their vaccine appointments. BCCDC has also developed an information brochure, with additional details on the vaccine program for children, that school and district administrators are encouraged to share with students and families. More information is also available on the BCCDC website.
Click HERE for information from the Government of BC on safe and healthy schools, including BC's Education Re-Start Plan, health and safety guidelines on K-12 school settings, and education resources for parents.
BC CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL
BCCDC’s health and safety guidelines for K-12 schools
Click HERE for information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have the virus.