COVID-19 cases reported at six Regina schools
REGINA -- The Regina public and catholic school boards are reporting individual COVID-19 cases at five schools in the city.
There has been one case each reported at Archbishop M.C. O’Neil Catholic High School, Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School, Ruth M. Buck School, Thom Collegiate, Grant Road School and the Crescents School.
The schools have reached out to parents and have been working closely with the Saskatchewan Health Authority to ensure safety.
Regina Catholic Schools has closed the affected classrooms after the individual attended two full days of classes. This was before the school moved to the hybrid model.
Students in these classes will isolate until Dec. 2 and students affected in their hybrid model classrooms will isolate until Dec. 10. All other classrooms remain open.
The school board has closed affected classrooms until Dec. 10. Students that are affected will learn remotely. All other classrooms remain open.
RUTH M. BUCK SCHOOL
Affected students will learn remotely and not return until Dec. 10. Classes are open for other students.
Affected students will learn remotely and not return until Dec. 4. Classes are open for other students.
GRANT ROAD SCHOOL
The school will be closed immediately and will re-open for all students on Dec. 7.
THE CRESCENTS SCHOOL
Affected students will learn remotely and not return until Dec. 8. Classes are open for other students.