Rocky Mountain School District No. 6

Careers

COVID-19 Communication

As our communities move into another phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are cautiously optimistic that we are on a positive, path forward. When we return from spring break, students and staff are no longer required to wear mask.  Brighter days are ahead and we are looking forward to having visitors in our schools, having full assemblies, and spectators at our sporting, musical, and theatrical events again.

Provincial COVID-19 Communicable Disease Guidelines for K-12 Settings

(Updated April 8, 2022 and effective April 16, 2022)

Public Health Communicable Disease Guidance for K-12 Schools (Updated: March 10, 2022)

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do the K to 12 Daily Health Check.

If your child is unwell please stay home.

If you need detailed health information visit BCCDC website.

We have been asked to track illness attendance.  This new reporting will be critically important as it will determine when we need to work Interior Health to determine whether the closure of a class(es) will be necessary.  Please see your child’s school safety plan for details on the new requirements for attendance reporting.

When students return from spring break, they are no longer required to wear a mask at school. 

Some students, staff, and families may still choose to continue to wear a mask.  The decision to wear a non-medical mask or face covering is a personal choice. A person’s choice is to be supported and treated with respect.