• Schools
  • Updates
  • Screening
  • Masks
  • Busing
  • Plan

Public Health Notices

Learn more about the notification steps by viewing the provincial K-12 Response Management summary document.

Oct. 15, 2020 – Niverville Middle School
Public Health Letter (PDF) | HSD Announcement

Oct. 15, 2020 – Clearspring Middle School
Public Health Letter (PDF) | HSD Announcement

Oct. 14, 2020 – Mitchell Middle School
Public Health Letter (PDF) | HSD Announcement

Oct. 8, 2020 – Kleefeld School
Public Health Letter (PDF) | HSD Announcement

Superintendent’s Updates

The following archive is a list of weekly COVID-19 updates from the Superintendent’s Office. Updates are sent via email to all HSD parents/guardians.

Screen for Symptoms

Check Every Morning. Students must stay home when sick or exhibiting any symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19. Use the following Self-Screening Checklist each morning before sending your child to school.

Call Health Links at 204-788-8200 or 1-888-315-9257 if you need more information or have questions.

 

Provincial Mask Requirements

All students in Grades 4-12, and all staff and visitors are required to wear non-medical masks in areas where two-metre physical distancing is not possible. Parents/Guardians will continue to choose whether students in Grades K-3 should wear a mask while at school. Masks are required on school buses for bus drivers, students, and any other passenger on the bus. Non-medical masks will be provided for students or staff who require one. Read Guidance for Mask Use in Schools.

On September 18, 2020, the province issued further guidance on mask-wearing limitations and school accommodations.

Bus Transportation

Wherever possible, alternative transportation to school is encouraged. Parents/caregivers, and students may provide their own transportation to avoid possible virus exposure on the bus. Where school bus transportation is required, HSD will follow the Guidelines for Transportation to Schools.

HSD Plan for Resume In-Class Learning

(August 17, 2020)

Our first and foremost priority is the safety and well-being of our students and staff as we get ready to return to our schools and workplaces. HSD continues to be committed to following all Public Health recommendations and Manitoba Education directives to ensure we are implementing current public health requirements. This re-entry plan is designed to be a fluid document that allows us to focus on safety, health and well-being alongside student learning and success. View full details.