Activities for graduates
CSSHBO schools organize a bubble-class activity without guest
Article published on 11 June 2021
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The Centre de services scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais (CSSHBO) shared the steps taken concerning the organization of activities for graduates.

The schools of our school service center are organizing an activity whose bubble-class will be respected and without guest, in order to mark the end of secondary school, and this, in accordance with the instructions issued by Public Health. The School Service Center, in collaboration with the schools, has decided not to hold proms after July 8, since certain conditions must be met and at the time of this writing, these conditions are not known. Also, it is very difficult to organize a large event in a short time and with limited human resources given the summer period (summer)
- the CSSHBO

However, in the fall, each school will hold an event for graduates while respecting the guidelines established when holding the activity. According to the CSSHBO, details will come after the start of the school year. “We know that the end of high school is an important event, but know that the activity organized at the end of school will be unforgettable. Members of the school teams are working hard to plan this special moment, ”said the CSSHBO.

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