- School Life
- COVID-19 Learning Updates
Dear Students, Parents & Guardians:
Earlier today, Premier Brian Pallister, along with Dr. Brent Roussin, announced that "Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools currently learning remotely in the cities of Winnipeg... will continue until June 7."
Remote Learning at St. Paul's
Teachers will continue to monitor student engagement, and counsellors will be in touch with families who may be required to attend school, in-person. In addition, small groups of students may continue to come to school for in-person learning to ensure they remain engaged and receive learning support.
As mentioned in our previous communication dated May 10, as per the extension of remote learning, St. Paul's High School will be evaluating the status of June exams. St. Paul's will communicate a decision to students and families by early next week.
Student Council Events
The Student Council Election Forum, Elections & Spirit Week may be rescheduled pending Public Health orders.
Communication to parents and graduands is forthcoming and will provide updates to grad festivities planned for the year. Notwithstanding, the Mother-Son Mass & Ceremony is now rescheduled for June 25 - details to follow.
As of May 14, 2021, Manitobans 12–17 years of age and 18 years and older are eligible to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are eligible to be immunized, you can now book your vaccine appointment onlineor by calling Manitoba COVID-19 Vaccination Services: 1-844-626-8222. Click here for more information about the COVID-19 vaccine and eligibility for Manitobans.
St. Paul's High School will provide updates to students and parents as we receive more information from Public Health and the Department of Education.
Bob Lewin, Principal