Although the area moved to the Red Zone on Monday, high school students in Estre will finally be able to stay in class full time.
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High school students in Eastern Townships will finally be able to stay in class full time until Friday, May 14, although the area moved to the Red Zone on Monday.
“Confirms that the application for change to the Public Health of Estre3 has been stoppedE, 4E And 5E Secondary, usually scheduled for May 12, ”the Sherbrook Region School Service Center said in a letter to parents on Tuesday.
Generally, the passage in the red zone foreshadows that there are 3 studentsE, 4E And 5E To limit the number of students in schools, the secondary school should come to school every day and class at home the other day.
However, in the Eastern Townships, the Director of Public Health, Dr.r Alain Poeer sought an exemption based on certain cases identified in schools.
So his appeal was heard by the short-lived Quebec, who decided to break away from the rule. “The decision was made in light of the control situation in our secondary schools, the safety of our environment and the importance of maintaining the stability of our youth to promote their academic perseverance seven weeks before the end of classes,” Underline Region-de Sherbrook’s school service center said.
An official decision on whether to apply for work-study training in Estre has not yet been made.
In the case of the only granite high school on this local service network, it has already been closed for a week due to the considerable spread in the area. The decision applies to students for or against work-study school when special emergency measures are completed or when the outbreak is under control and allowed to reopen.
– In collaboration with Melissa Fotex, TVA Novels