French school that is catholic announces modifications to back-to-school times

French school that is catholic announces modifications to back-to-school times

Ted Raymond Digital Multi-Skilled Journalist

Pupils at Jonathan Pitre French Catholic Elementary class get down their college coach Aug. 19, 2020, because of their very first day’s college. (Jeff McDonald / CTV Information Ottawa)

OTTAWA — the initial day’s college for many pupils in Ottawa’s french school that is catholic changed.

The Conseil des ecoles catholiques du Centre-Est (CECCE) says when your child returns to class will depend on their school, and grade and whether they’re in class or learning online in a note to families sent Friday.

Pupils in Kindergarten to level 8, that are going back to in-person classes, will start college on Sept. 3.

Pupils in Grades 9 to 12 will come back to personally classes on Sept. 8, aside from those who work in the schools that are following

  • Ecole Ange-Gabriel (Brockville)
  • Ecole Marie-Rivier (Kingston)
  • Academie Notre-Dame (Kemptville)
  • Centre scolaire Jeanne-Lajoie (Pembroke)

Level 9-12 pupils within these educational schools will come back to course on Sept. 3.

Two CECCE schools, Bernard-Grandmaitre and Jonathan-Pitre, started classes on Aug. 19.

VIRTUAL LEARNING

The CECCE claims learning that is remote their Academie d’apprentissage virtuel (AAV) for Kindergarten to level 8 pupils will start on Sept. 8.

Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, that are learning through Consortium d’apprentissage virtuel de langue francaise de l’Ontario (CAVLFO) begins on line learning on Sept. 8 besides.

Almost 3,400 CECCE pupils will start their college 12 months on the web, the board claims. Continue reading “French school that is catholic announces modifications to back-to-school times”