Relationships with your child’s educators are essential to their achievement and well-being in school. With distance learning, it is more important than ever that we continue to nurture these relationships through open and ongoing communication between home and school.

We want our families to know that lines of communication between families and educators continue to be open and accessible. Parents and caregivers continue to be encouraged to reach out to school staff as you usually would if you have any questions or concerns related to your child’s learning. Questions relating to technology, including how to reset passwords, should be directed to your child’s teacher.

You may contact educators via email or telephone. Email addresses are available on your child’s school website on the staff list, located under the About tab. If no email address is listed, you may call the school and follow the prompts to leave a voicemail, and your call will be returned.

Vice-principals and principals are also available to answer questions that you may have. We encourage families to follow our usual process for addressing concerns.

Our educators and support staff are ready to support and engage your child and family with distance learning. 

Reach out if you need us. We are always here to support you.


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