- School Life
- COVID-19 Learning Updates
Students, Parents & Guardians:
St. Paul’s High School has become aware of a positive COVID-19 case in our community. In learning this information, St. Paul’s High School proactively reached out to Public Health to review the situation and learned that this particular case has been deemed low-risk. A letter from Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Heejune Chang provides further details, see here.
In a call earlier today, Public Health confirmed that:
Our distancing protocols and cleaning procedures minimized close contacts and are not only satisfactory but exceed expectations laid out by Public Health.
Please note: the school is not permitted to release the name or any identifying information about the confirmed case of COVID-19 to any member of the school, community or media.
Prior to learning about the positive case, St. Paul’s High School planned and executed the following safety enhancements which were implemented as of 9:30 a.m. this morning:
St. Paul’s High School continues to put student safety and success at the forefront of what we do. We are committed to providing your son with the highest quality education and will continue to not only meet but exceed the provincial protocols for safety while maximizing in-class learning.
We remind students, parents/guardians, and staff to follow the directives from Manitoba Public Health, including:
Together, we will continue to overcome the evolving challenges that will come our way with an unwavering commitment to caring for each other.
We offer prayers for those in our community impacted by this pandemic.
Amanda Camara, on behalf of President Kevin Booth ’78 and Principal Bob Lewin.