Please see attached letter sent to gr. 12 parents regarding upcoming Commencement Ceremonies.
The latest edition of the Belmont Bulletin has now been published. Please check it out on the link below.
Parents/Guardians are required to assess their child(ren) for symptoms of COVID-19 prior to sending them to school for the day. Daily health check here: http://belmont.web.sd62.bc.ca/parents/daily-health-check/.
Whether it be a common cold or sore throat, please do not send your child to school if they are sick.
Hello Belmont Families,
We are now in the planning cycle for our June 2021 Graduation Assessments and wanted to share the following important dates:
Mon 14th – Fri 18th June 2021: http://belmont.web.sd62.bc.ca/students/graduation-assessments/
12 noon, Friday 14th May 2021
- See our website for details regarding how to register, linked above
The following students will be registered:
- All students in Semester 7 and Semester 8, English 10 and Math 10 classes.
- Grade 11 or 12 students who require the Numeracy 10 to complete their graduation requirements however, these students must contact Mrs. Gunn at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon, Friday 14th May 2021 to be registered for the June assessment session.
Belmont Secondary School (3041 Langford Lake Rd, BC, V9B 0L9) COVID-19 General Notification
Dear Parents, Guardians, Families and Staff,
This letter is to provide notification that a member of your school community has tested positive for COVID-19. They are isolating and are being followed by Island Health.
Dates of potential exposure in the school community occurred:
April 1, 2021
Island Health is completing contact tracing to identify any staff or students that need to self-isolate or self-monitor for symptoms.
Receiving this letter does not mean you or your child has been exposed to COVID-19.
The intent of this letter is to share information with the school community and advise you on next steps being taken by Island Health.
HOW IS COVID-19 SPREAD?
COVID-19 is primarily spread by the respiratory droplets an infected person produces when they breathe, cough, sneeze, talk, or sing. If you are in close contact with an infected person for a prolonged period of time, the virus can enter your body if droplets get into your throat, nose, or eyes.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Phone calls or letters will be sent to staff and students that Island Health has identified as needing to self-isolate for 14 days from when they were exposed.
If you do not receive a phone call or letter, continue to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and seek testing and self-isolate if symptoms begin.
For privacy reasons, we cannot give out any specific details on the COVID-19 exposure other than the information provided above.
Yours in health,
Sandra Allison, MD, MPH, CCFP, FCFP, FRCPC
Medical Health Officer
Dee Hoyano, MD, FRCP
Medical Health Officer
Superintendent of Schools/CEO
Sooke School District
During an announcement this past Monday by Dr. Bonnie Henry, new health and safety guidelines and regulations for schools were released. This update to the health and safety measures is being introduced as an extra layer of protection in response to recent increases in COVID-19 cases across the province, including Vancouver Island. Read the full release here. A summary of the changes is provided below. We are currently updating our School Safety Plans and these updates will be available on our District Website. Please see attached letter sent home to families.