Multiple COVID-19 cases diagnosed at Regina schools on Monday

École St. Mary School

The Regina Catholic School Division was informed by the Saskatchewan Health Authority of a COVID-19 case at École St. Mary on Monday. It has resulted in the closure of the impacted classroom.

“In consultation with public health, close contacts have been identified and all parents/students of the impacted classroom were notified and provided information on self-isolation,” stated a spokesperson with the school division on Monday. “We are working closely with public health staff to ensure necessary measures are in place to protect all students.”

Affected families have been phoned with additional information sent via email Monday afternoon. All other classrooms remain open with classes resuming per usual on Tuesday.

Regina Catholic reminds its school families that remote learning for schools within the division starts up on March 29.

St. Augustine Community School

A COVID-19 case diagnosed in an individual at St. Augustine Community School has moved the school to close affected classrooms and an associated school bus.

All other classrooms will remain open and continue as normally scheduled.

“We are providing this as information and be assured if your child or child’s classroom were in any way connected to this case, you would be contacted by the school with information specific to your circumstances,” stated Regina Catholic on Monday.

Thom Collegiate

One case of COVID-19 has been identified at Thom Collegiate.

Regina Public Schools says online learning will begin for affected students and close contacts have been notified by public health.

The school remains open and letters have been sent to school families.

High schools under Regina Public are moving to remote learning on Wednesday, Mar. 24.

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