Marion McVeety School in Regina will be switching to remote learning earlier than other elementary schools in the Regina Public Schools system.
The school division has announced the school will close its doors on Tuesday as a result of multiple COVID-19 cases diagnosed in people who attend the school and that are transported by school bus. Online learning will begin Wednesday.
For the information of Marion McVeety School families. Due to multiple cases of COVID-19 at the @McVeetyRBE, the school will be closed on March 23 until after the Spring Break on April 12th. Letters have been sent home. Stay safe. pic.twitter.com/igPom39RYV
— Regina Public Schools (@RegPublicSchool) March 22, 2021
In-person learning at Marion McVeety School is expected to start back on April 12 following the Easter break.
Regina Public Schools is moving all of its high school students to online learning on Wednesday. Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8 students start online learning on March 29.