REGINA – Regina’s public and Catholic school boards are reporting individual cases of COVID-19 in five schools in the city.
There has been one case each reported at Archbishop MC O’Neil Catholic High School, Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School, Ruth M. Buck School, Thom Collegiate, Grant Road School and Crescents School.
Schools contacted parents and worked closely with the Saskatchewan Health Authority to ensure safety.
Regina Catholic Schools closed affected classrooms after the individual attended two full days of classes. This was before the school switched to the hybrid model.
Students in these classes will self-isolate until December 2, and students assigned in their hybrid model classes will self-isolate until December 10. All other classrooms will remain open.
The school board closed the affected classrooms until December 10. Affected students will learn from a distance. All other classrooms remain open.
RUTH M. BUCK SCHOOL
Affected students will learn remotely and will not return until December 10. Classes are open to other students.
The pupils concerned will learn remotely and will not return until December 4th. Classes are open to other students.
GRANT ROAD SCHOOL
The school will be closed immediately and will reopen for all students on December 7th.
THE SCHOOL OF CRESCENTS
The affected students will learn remotely and will not return until December 8. Classes are open to other students.