The largest school board and teachers’ union in Manitoba are calling on the provincial government to start the new year in remote learning for all but the elementary children of essential workers and students deemed at risk of disengagement or dropping out.
In a letter dated DecAt a news conference Monday evening. 30The Toronto Maple Leafs an, the chairwoman of the Winnipeg School Division wrote to both the premier and ministers in charge of education and health to request they immediately take action to address spiking COVID-19 casesTransportation Reporter.
The president of the Manitoba Teachers’ Society also confirmed Friday he has asked officials to downgrade classrooms currently in caution (Code Yellow) to critical (Code Red) on the pandemic response system.
“If it’s out of control in the community, it’ll be out of control in the schoolsPresident Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan wave to onlookers a. The schools aren’t islands,” Betty Edel, who oversees the WSD board, told the Free Press.