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Important Notice to AGS Parents/Guardians and Staff - December 4, 2021

December 4th, 2021 - Public Health has provided an exposure notification at AGS, which occurred during the week of November 29th, 2021. As a result, the Grade 7 English and Nursery Mi’gmaw Immersion classrooms have been exposed.

The Listuguj Community Health Services Directorate has made arrangements with Quebec Public Health regarding testing. The CLSC will be open tomorrow, December 5th, from 12:00 to 4:00 pm Listuguj time for all staff, parents, students, siblings of students, and any other household member of the Grade 7 English and Nursery Mi’gmaw Immersion students to get tested.

Public Health is contacting all those who have been exposed and will provide isolation instructions.

Keeping in line with Public Health protocols and AGS’s additional precautionary and preventative measures:

  • All students and staff in the two classrooms must not report to school/work until December 13th, 2021. During this time, AGS will provide home learning for those classes.

IMPORTANT REMINDER for households impacted by COVID cases and/or exposure to COVID.

While you may not have been directed to isolate or have completed your isolation period, “limited interaction” is necessary when members of your household are still within their isolation period.

For those staff/students and parents, given that it is not possible to “limit interaction” at a school, you must not report to work/school for the duration of the isolation period(s) within your household regardless of your vaccination status.

Transportation Reminder

Masks are required for grades 1 and up on busses and in common areas. Masks will be available for students on all busses. Students receive new reusable and disposable masks. Bus monitors remind students to sanitize their hands when they enter the bus and wear their masks (Grades 1 and up).

Remember, parents should not send their child(ren) to school if they show any symptoms or feel ill.

Keep practicing social distancing, washing our hands, and wearing our masks!

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