COVID-19
Two cases confirmed at L’École Les Petits-Ponts (Campbell’s Bay and Fort-Coulonge)
Article published on 10 April 2021
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The Centre de services scolaires des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais confirmed yesterday (April 9) cases of COVID-19 in two establishments located in the MRC Pontiac, at the pavillon Poupore (Fort-Coulonge) and at L’Envolée (Campbell’s Bay) part of the École Les Petits-Ponts.

« A case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in the special education class at Poupore Pavilion and as a preventive measure the class is temporarily closed. The necessary measures have been taken with the parents and / or guardians of the pupils and staff members concerned. The School Services Center and the school are in communication with the public health authorities of the Outaouais and follow their directives and recommendations carefully, ” said the director of l’École Les Petits-Ponts, Stéphane Bouchard, in a letter to parents.

It’s same situation for the Grade 6 class at L’Envolée in Campbell’s Bay. Both schools remain open and parents are invited to be particularly vigilant regarding the state of health and that of their child. We remind you that if you or your child has, for more than 24 hours, one or more symptoms related to COVID-19, please contact 1 877 644-4545 without delay to assess the situation.

More details available via the letters of the direciton, here is the link for l’établissement du pavillon Poupore and for L’Envolée situé à Campbell’s Bay.

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