COVID-19

From the start of the school year in September, Lakeshore has taken a proactive approach to COVID and implemented measures to meet and exceed provincial recommendations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our plan included having all students attending in-person everyday and we have been successful in carrying this out throughout the past year (with the exception of a brief remote learning period after the Christmas holiday season). We believe that students learn best when they can interact with their teachers in-person and we are confident that the measures currently in place provide a safe in-class, learning environment.

A plan is only as effective as the people who support and follow it and since the beginning of COVID our staff have diligently worked to implement these measures. However, controlling COVID and keeping our schools safe is a community endeavor and we rely heavily on our families to ensure that students are being safe outside of school and that students are staying home while sick. For more information on COVID and education please click on this link https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/covid/index.html

Since the beginning of September, Lakeshore has implemented the following measures:

• 2m apart in classrooms
• Staying home while sick
• Improved hand hygiene
• Cohorts smaller than the recommended size of 75 students
• Mandatory mask usage on buses
• Usage of masks in schools when distancing cannot be maintained
• Enhanced sanitization of surfaces
• Building movement plans which allow quick, less congested movement through our buildings
• Restricted visitor access

For more information on specific province wide measures please see https://manitoba.ca/asset_library/en/covid/response-management-K-12-restricted.pdf

https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/covid/schools/index.html

COVID-19

From the start of the school year in September, Lakeshore has taken a proactive approach to COVID and implemented measures to meet and exceed provincial recommendations.


FAQ

Our plan included having all students attending in-person everyday and we have been successful in carrying this out throughout the past year (with the exception of a brief remote learning period after the Christmas holiday season). We believe that students learn best when they can interact with their teachers in-person and we are confident that the measures currently in place provide a safe in-class, learning environment.

A plan is only as effective as the people who support and follow it and since the beginning of COVID our staff have diligently worked to implement these measures. However, controlling COVID and keeping our schools safe is a community endeavor and we rely heavily on our families to ensure that students are being safe outside of school and that students are staying home while sick. For more information on COVID and education please click on this link https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/covid/index.html

Since the beginning of September, Lakeshore has implemented the following measures:

• 2m apart in classrooms
• Staying home while sick
• Improved hand hygiene
• Cohorts smaller than the recommended size of 75 students
• Mandatory mask usage on buses
• Usage of masks in schools when distancing cannot be maintained
• Enhanced sanitization of surfaces
• Building movement plans which allow quick, less congested movement through our buildings
• Restricted visitor access

For more information on specific province wide measures please see https://manitoba.ca/asset_library/en/covid/response-management-K-12-restricted.pdf

https://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/covid/schools/index.html