2021-2022 School Year Plan

Jan 9, 2022


On January 5, 2022, the Minister of Education announced that all students would return to in-person learning on January 10, 2022. Minister LaGrange also announced there would be changes to the K-12 COVID-19 guidelines, changes to the COVID-19 Daily Checklist and rapid tests and medical-grade masks would be delivered to schools by January 14th to “add an added layer of protection against the Omicron variant of COVID-19”.

Throughout this pandemic we have followed Government of Alberta and Chief Medical Officer of Health guidelines to ensure the safety of all staff and students. The success of navigating these challenging times is attributed to the support from our Sturgeon Public families as well as the flexibility and understanding from our communities. Throughout COVID-19 we have been able to maintain a dedicated focus on providing quality education for all our students. Continued diligence in daily screening for symptoms and open communication between home and school will help keep our schools safe and healthy.

The 2021-2022 School Year Plan has been updated to reflect the new government guidelines.

Read the 2021-2022 School Year Plan
Updated: January 16, 2022


Government of Alberta – Staying Safe and Healthy this School Year - https://www.alberta.ca/k-12-learning-during-covid-19.aspx

COVID-19 information for K-12 Schools and School Buses  - This guidance is intended to support school and school authority leaders in reducing opportunities for transmission of COVID-19 in schools under the 2021-22 School Year Plan.

Children under 18 years of age, including all students who attend Kindergarten through Grade 12 and high school students over 18 years of age, must complete the Alberta Health Daily Checklist for Children under 18 before going to school, child care or other activities.

School staff and visitors must review the Alberta Health Daily Checklist to determine if they may enter a school.