The Prairie Valley School Division has released it’s back to school plan for the 2021/22 year.
Masks will be mandatory for all students under the age of 12 (born 2010 or later) and for everyone in classrooms where students underage will be present.
Masking is not mandated for students 12 and over, but it is being strongly recommended.
Here is a statement from Luc Lerminiaux, PVSD Director of Education regarding our back-to-school plan. This updates a previous tweet that has since been deleted as it contained an incorrect link. https://t.co/WxQ0wFO96c
View our Return to School Plan here: https://t.co/QTGLFt3bcv
— Prairie Valley School Division (@PrairieValleySD) August 24, 2021
Masking will be mandatory in all hallways and common areas of schools for everyone.
School bus drivers will also be required to wear masks, they will also continue to maintain a seating plan and be responsible for cleaning buses at the end of each day.
PVSD says they are in constant communication with local public health officials, adding measures will be changed on experts latest recommendations.
The division is responsible for schools around Regina in places like Pense, Lumsden, Fort Qu’Appelle, Cupar, Indian Head and Milestone.