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COVID-19 Advisories

The health and safety of our students and staff continues to be the main priority at Superior-Greenstone District School Board.  We will continue to work with and follow direction from the Thunder Bay District Health Unit.  We will also The follow the Ministry of Education's COVID-19:  Health, Safety and Operational Guidance for Schools (2021-2022).

Please continue to complete the COVID-19 School Screening Tool before your child attends school each day. 

COVID-19 School Screening Tool

Reporting and Monitoring of School Impacts

To support the continued safety of our students, staff, and community, when schools become aware of a PCR or Rapid Antigen Test confirmed case of COVID-19, we will issue a letter to impacted students and staff.  As per the Ministry of Education direction, individual classes/close contacts will not be automatically dismissed, and board and school websites will not be updated with COVID-19 cases.  The Superior-Greenstone District School Board will report absence rates of 30% or greater to the Thunder Bay District Health Unit, as stipulated by the Ministry of Health.  

If public health orders that a class, cohort or school should be closed for a period of time, parents/guardians, students and staff will be notified immediately.  Notice of any closures of classes, cohorts or schools will be posted on this page.    


COVID-19 Status

Last updated:  January 21, 2022

School Board

Class(es)/Cohorts Closed

School Closure Status

B.A. Parker Public School

0

 Open 

Beardmore Public School

0

Open

Dorion Public School

0

Open

George O'Neill Public School

0

Open

Manitouwadge Public School

0

Open

Margaret Twomey Public School

0

Open

Marjorie Mills Public School

0

Open

Nakina Public School

0

Open

Schreiber Public School

0

Open

Terrace Bay Public School

0

Open

Geraldton Composite High School

0

Open

Lake Superior High School

0

Open

Manitouwadge High School

0

Open

Marathon High School

0

Open

Nipigon-Red Rock District High School

0

Open


COVID-19 Protocols

The implementation of our enhanced health and safety protocols will reduce the risk of transmitting the COVID-19 virus.  It is important that everyone does their part to stay safe and healthy (both inside schools and in any public setting).  The Ministry of Education has established COVID-19 outbreak protocols that we will be following in the event that someone feels sick and/or contacts the virus.

Operational Guidance: COVID-19 Management in Schools

SGDSB's Pandemic Preparedness and Response Plan

The plans for the 2021-2022 school year are available on our Returning to School page, were we provide details of the school year within our Fact Sheets. 

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Trusted Sources for Information

Thunder Bay District Health Unit

Government of Canada

Ontario Ministry of Health

World Health Organization