Eight Regina Public Schools Classrooms Go Online

Eight Regina Public Schools classrooms are moving to online learning due to COVID-19 concerns.

Two of the rooms — the 3rd and 4th grade A class at Marion McVeety School and the 1st and 2nd grade class at Dr. AE Perry School — moved on Monday. Students must resume in-person learning on February 1 if they do not have symptoms.

Six other classrooms – Grade 6 A and Grade 2 classrooms at Harbor Landing School, Grade 4-5 classroom at Coronation Park Community School, Grade 1 classroom at Massey School , the 1st-2nd grade class at Centennial Community School, and the 6th-7th grade class at Ruth M. Buck School — are due to transition to remote learning on Tuesday.

In-person learning for those classes is due to resume Feb. 4, provided students show no symptoms.

Regina Public Schools reported COVID cases were also detected in Albert, Henry Braun, Ruth M. Buck, Centennial, Connaught, Dr. George Ferguson, Grant Road, WS Hawrylak, Henry Janzen, George Lee, MacNeill, McDermid , Gladys McDonald, McLurg, Ethel Milliken, Elsie Mironuck, Ruth Pawson, Plainsview, Rosemont, Seven Stones, Wilfrid Walker, and Wascana Plains Elementary Schools, Balfour, Campbell, Scott, and Thom Colleges, and Campus Regina Public.

The Regina Catholic School Division sent letters to families regarding cases in St. Angela, St. Augustine, St. Bernadette, St. Catherine, St. Dominic, St. Elizabeth, St. Francis, St. Gregory, St. Joan of Arc, St. Josaphat, St. Matthew, St. Nicholas, and St. Pius Elementary Schools, and LeBoldus, Miller, and Riffel Secondary Schools.

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