Scenario 3: At-Home Learning with exceptions to programming

Grade 6-9 students will temporarily shift to online learning beginning Friday, May 7 with a return to in-person learning on Tuesday, May 25 after the Victoria Day long weekend. Learn more here.

Please note that Blended Congregated programming will remain for in-person learning during this time.

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Bullying Awareness Week (November 16 - 20, 2020)

Bullying is a relationship problem that involves a power imbalance, which is why it can be so challenging to overcome it by ourselves. Regardless of where bullying happens – in school, the office, at home or in the community – some people and resources can help. This year’s theme, #WhereToTurn, encourages everyone to learn where to turn when dealing with bullying.

Here are a few ways you can take part in Bullying Awareness Week:

  • share bullying prevention resources on social media
    • the Bullying Helpline (1-888-456-2323) is available 24/7 in over 170 languages
  • start a discussion with your friends, family or coworkers about how to intervene
  • write a letter or email to the editor of your local newspaper or radio station about the importance of promoting healthy relationships
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