- Update: Fri Jan 15 will be an at home learning day for Edith Cavell and T.E.S.S students.
- Here's what the government sent out Thursday afternoon about how contact tracing works when there's a Covid case at school (if you were in contact with the case, you'll be notified):
"Second case at Edith Cavell School (Zone 1)
On Wednesday, Jan. 13, a second positive case of COVID-19 was confirmed at Edith Cavell School in Moncton and the school community has been notified. Students and staff learned and worked from home today and will again tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 15, while contact tracing is completed. School staff will contact families directly if there are any other impact upon learning. If you or a family member have been in close contact with this case, you will be notified by Public Health for contact tracing. If you do not hear directly from Public Health, you have not been identified as a close contact."
- Note: if you or someone you know would normally access the Edith Cavell School food program but can't because of the closure, call the Peter McKee Community Centre.
"To our students who normally use our school food programs: Student food boxes full of breakfast and snack items will be available weekly for families in need with students in isolation due to a school closure or close contact situation. In order to access a food box, please call 506-383-4281 and follow the extension for the Peter McKee Community Food Centre. Push 1 to make an appointment, and ask for a student box. You can also email manager Heather Richards at firstname.lastname@example.org"
Boxes will be available for pick up once registered at 2:30pm at the Peter McKee Centre at 475 St-George 📦
If you need your box delivered call 874-3956"
- If you'd like to donate to a school food program, the easiest way in a time of Covid is through a money donation. Contact any school office or the Peter McKee Centre for info.
- End Update.