The CSSHBO responds to the increase in positive COVID-19 cases
Article published on 15 December 2020
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The Centre de services scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais (CSSHBO) responded to the increase in COVID-19 positive cases. The CSSHBO says it has noticed a higher level of student absences. The CSSHBO wished to recall the importance of the presence in class of the students. This is compulsory for December 14, 15 and 16. The CSSHBO specifies that only students who have received a positive diagnosis for COVID or who have been removed in administrative segregation by Public Health will be able to benefit from remote educational support. The CSSHBO mentions that it is necessary to provide the school administration with a written confirmation from the Department of Public Health. Students whose class has been closed also benefit from distance learning support.

The CSSHBO mentions that these few days are important since the end of this phase is approaching and several evaluations are underway.

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