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Happy April Break to our Families
Happy April Break to our Families
Apr 14, 2021
Hello Families: Thinking of you all during the April Break!  We received some important information regarding returning to vitual...

Happy April Break to our Families

Posted on Apr 14, 2021
Teresa Hoffman-Sartor
Happy April Break to our Families

Hello Families:

Thinking of you all during the April Break!  We received some important information regarding returning to vitual learning after the break.  We will begin on Tuesday, April 20th at 9:10 a.m.  For more information, please read our Director's message. Both can be found on our publicboard.ca website.

Remote Learning Update

Message from Director Kelly

If your student requires technology at home, please reach out to your classroom teacher.

As always, I will be in the office to support you during school hours.  Please call, leave a message or Edsby message me.  

Teresa Hoffman Sartor

 

Letter Distributed Today - Have a Wonderful Break
Letter Distributed Today - Have a Wonderful Break
Apr 09, 2021
GREATER ESSEX COUNTY District School Board CENTENNIAL CENTRAL Public School 6420 Taylor Ave. P.O. Box 10, Comber, ON...

Letter Distributed Today - Have a Wonderful Break

Posted on Apr 09, 2021
Teresa Hoffman-Sartor
Letter Distributed Today - Have a Wonderful Break

GREATER ESSEX COUNTY District School Board

CENTENNIAL CENTRAL

Public School

6420 Taylor Ave. P.O. Box 10, Comber, ON   N0P 1J0

Tel:  519-687-2022         Fax:  519-687-6107

Principal:  Teresa Hoffman-Sartor     Secretary:  Christine Omstead

April 9, 2021

Dear Families:

Thank you for continuing to follow the public health and safety measures that have kept schools open and safe for students and staff. It is our collective effort that continues to ensure your children can learn in the classroom.

As per recent announcements, the province has implemented a provincewide shutdown for four weeks in response to worsening trends in key health indicators across the province.

The mental health and well-being of children continues to be a key government priority and schools will remain open for in-person learning through the Provincial Emergency and Stay at Home Order. The spring break will continue as planned, from April 12th to 16th, and schools will reopen for in-person learning on April 19th.

In light of the recently announced measures, it is more important than ever that we continue to follow health advice over the Spring Break to do our part to keep schools open, for in-person student learning.

At this critical point in the pandemic, the following  public health measures are crucial to help prevent and limit the spread of COVID-19:

  • Socialize with your own household.
  • Stay home and get tested if you feel ill.
  • Participate in the targeted testing offered by your school board.
  • Screen every day, including during spring break, for COVID-19 symptoms before attending child care (theCOVID-19 School and Child Care Screening Tool is available to assist families with symptom screening).
  • Practice good hand hygiene habits, masking, and physical distancing.
  • Refer to ca/covidresponseto learn what public health measures are in place in our community.
  • Refrain from travelling.

During the spring break, students in Grades 1-8 can continue to engage in their own learning through supplemental, curriculum-linked activities available at TVO Learn and TFO IDΓ‰LLO, apprendre Γ  la maison. These rich, engaging opportunities allow students to keep up with their learning and interests. Secondary students can continue to access TVO's Independent Learning Centre (ILC) Open House and Portes ouvertes pour les cours TVO ILC in French-language. Mathify (English) and Eureka! (French) are also available to provide one-on-one online tutoring services for elementary and secondary students. Mathify covers online math tutoring in English for Grades 6 to 10 and Eureka! supports all subjects for French-language students in Grades 1 to 12.

For the week of April 12-18, pharmacies that currently offer testing and assessment centres across the province will accept appointments from students and education staff for asymptomatic testing (people who do not have any symptoms of COVID).  Parents/Guardians are encouraged to take advantage of this testing capacity to have their children tested to support a safe return to school on April 19. Children attending child care, and child care staff, will also be eligible to access this testing.

As a reminder, before coming back to school on April 19th, your child must screen for COVID-19 symptoms.  Secondary students and staff will continue to use the GECDSB tool. There will be a new system for our elementary students and you will receive more information soon.

If your child or anyone in your household is ill, stay home and follow the guidance in the school screener.

Mental health supports are available here in our community.  Please also visit our website for other helpful information.  

By following public health advice, we can all enjoy a safe spring break and continue to support in-person learning in our school.

Have a safe, fun and restful break.

Sincerely,

Teresa Hoffman Sartor

Principal

GREATER ESSEX COUNTY District School Board

Outbreak Declared at CCPS
Outbreak Declared at CCPS
Apr 08, 2021
Hello Families: Please read the attached letter in regards to an Outbreak at CCPS.  More than one student has tested positive for...

Outbreak Declared at CCPS

Posted on Apr 08, 2021
Teresa Hoffman-Sartor
Outbreak Declared at CCPS

Hello Families:

Please read the attached letter in regards to an Outbreak at CCPS.  More than one student has tested positive for covid. 

Thank you for continuing to adhere to all measures that are outlined by our Health Unit.  Together, we can stay safe.  

Warm regards,

Teresa Hoffman Sartor 

Apr
16
April Break
All Day
Apr
21
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Apr
22
Earth Day
All Day
Apr
23
Cancer Awareness - Wear Yellow
All Day
Apr
28
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Apr
30
Student Parliament Spirit Day - Sporty/Active Day
All Day
May
05
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
May
12
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
May
13
Welcome to Kindergarten Virtual - call the school to get the Team Link
All Day
May
19
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
May
21
Kick-off for Jump Rope for Heart
All Day
May
24
Victoria Day - no school
All Day
May
26
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
May
28
Virtual Assembly
All Day
May
28
Student Parliament Spirit Day - Hawaiian Day
All Day
Jun
02
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Jun
09
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Jun
10
Jump Rope for Heart
All Day
Jun
11
Professional Development day - no school
All Day
Jun
16
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Jun
23
Spirit wear Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Jun
24
Grade 8 Graduation
All Day
Jun
25
Potential Virtual Assembly
All Day
Jun
25
Student Parliament Spirit Day - Flashback Friday
All Day
Jun
28
Final day of school for students
All Day
Jun
28
Student Parliament Spirit Day - Canada Day - red and white
All Day
Jun
28
End of Year Assembly
All Day
Jun
29
Professional Development Day for staff- no school
All Day
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