ALERT: Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning.
Schools remain closed to students and visitors. Instruction moves to distance and online learning. Learn more.
March 17, 2020
We understand that there has been a lot of uncertainty in the last couple of days around your education. Staff feel this as well and it is important to state that WE MISS YOU. We hope you are doing well and are healthy at this time. We want you to know that the staff of Centre High Campus are working together to create the best learning experiences for you.
Currently, at Centre High Campus we will be using Google Classroom to share resources with you. As you experience a change to your learning, our staff are also clarifying and adapting how teaching is changing. Our staff will do their best to respond to student inquiries during school hours. Teachers will continue to support students and are also working hard on developing a delivery system for your education.
Darrel Robertson, Superintendent of Edmonton Public Schools, has communicated that instruction will recommence on Monday, March 30th using online platforms. It is essential that you continue to check your @share.epsb.ca, Google classrooms, Remind apps, chclearn.epsb.ca or whatever other communication platform your teachers used at the start of the semester on a regular basis.
Please understand that this is an evolving situation for all of us. We will be following directions from Alberta Health Services, Minister of Education and other stakeholders.
Know we will get through this together. We are here for you and continue to focus on how to support your success.
Centre High Staff
On Sunday, March 15, 2020, the government of Alberta has cancelled all K-12 classes indefinitely to help stop the spread of COVID-19. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILDREN TO SCHOOL.
All families are encouraged to stay updated on the latest information about coronavirus from Alberta Health, Alberta Health Services and the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Edmonton Public Schools will continue to update our public website, epsb.ca, with information for families around instructional alternatives. More information will be shared as it becomes available.
Earlier this week, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health provided information to school divisions about families who might be travelling during spring break, and a reminder about preventative health measures we can all be taking as the COVID?19 (coronavirus) situation continues to quickly evolve.
More information attached.
Dear parents, guardians, and families,
Please read the attached letter from EPSB Chair, Trisha Estabrooks regarding Budget 2020 - the funding model, its impact on our learners as well as what is means for the Edmonton Public Schools.