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Ontario Schools Move To Remote Learning Starting Monday

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Photo courtesy of the Trillium Lakelands District School Board

Back to remote learning on Monday.

The Ontario government has ordered all publicly funded schools in Ontario to temporarily move to remote learning starting on Monday January 4.

This means that the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic School Board and Trillium Lakelands District School Board elementary schools will be closed for an additional week following the holiday break, with online learning starting on January 4, reopening to in-class learning on January 11. Secondary schools will also remain closed, with online learning starting on January 4, reopening to in-class learning on January 25.

Online learning instructions

All students have access to an online classroom using one of the following platforms: Google Classroom, Seesaw or Brightspace. The school day schedule will continue to be followed and curriculum will be delivered via a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning instruction.

Classroom teachers will reach out directly to families to ensure your child is ready for online learning on January 4. If you have any questions, or if your child requires access to a device to support their learning, please contact your child’s school directly on January 4.

All COVID-19 information and updates can be found at tldsb.ca/covid19/. or https://www.smcdsb.on.ca/school_re-_opening/c_o_v_i_d-19_advisory_school_status

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  1. I wonder who is going to supply the kids that have no access to the internet and there are lot’s of them in this area. And a lot that may have access but it’s so slow it is almost useless. It might work for the city kids but not much good for the ones in the country.

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