公立学校家长,马上就要决定9月份是否回校上课了

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如果一半学生去学校,另一半online,是不是要扩大教师队伍了。
 

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如果是私立的还可以商量,公立的学校估计没戏,条条道道太多,学校不会冒任何风险,即使你认为没任何风险。
唉……真不想让娃去上学,可是怎么说服孩子呢?:shy:
 

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唉……真不想让娃去上学,可是怎么说服孩子呢?:shy:

学生年纪越高,越多地靠自我学习能力,自己研习。最终到了大学,研究生级别,老师基本上就是介绍一下,开个题。

你把这愿景给你家孩子灌输一下,就说covid年,提前锻炼自学习能力了。
 

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reduced number of student/teacher contacts, optimizing outdoor learning, and use of virtual assemblies, virtual field trips and where possible, virtual clubs or activities.
仔细看了一下, 回学校也没有各种各样的活动, 估计也是用电脑什么的。 都是virtual.
 

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coronavirus pandemic is inevitable , we have to live with it?
 

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or we can say, virtual life is invading, and is inevitable.
 
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We already lived with it but how is different. You can live with it as USA or you can live with it as Canada.
 

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社会生活虚拟化已经是必然的趋势。
 

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可悲的是即使去学校也是virtual活动。
 

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我想看看自定义头衔到底能有多少字。继续加,看系统什么时候把这个字符串截断。呃,居然还有?那就继续吧。
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这个mental health 到底是指什么?

难道在家上网课,还能让小孩发疯??
问身边同事 大部分都送孩子去学校,即使家里有大人在家工作 老外的观点是mental health比病毒风险更重要
美国孩子感染率那么高, 是措施不到位还是采取了措施也没用啊?美国学校也是象加拿大一样孩子老师员工全部戴口罩吗还是没有?
不知道魁省返校后情况怎么样?
 

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这个指的是大人的mental health. 小孩在家把大人逼疯了
 

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转眼一年了。 返校的孩子都还好。 今年9月会不会有更多家长让孩子返校? 教育局要求Please complete this form by 11:59 p.m. on March 14th, 2021.


Last week, the OCDSB sent all families an email about planning for the return to school in September 2021. That message explained:

  • The OCDSB is planning for the return to in-person learning for most students in September 2021;
  • Virtual learning through Ottawa-Carleton Virtual (OCV) will be available for students who wish to learn in this model;
  • The OCDSB will continue to offer a full range of programs and pathways, but there will be some differences in programming availability between in-person and virtual school;
  • Safety precautions will continue to be in place (daily self-assessments, cohorting, masks, hand hygiene and physical distancing).
  • We are working with OSTA to ensure transportation will be available with appropriate health and safety precautions.
  • Over the course of the school year, we hope to be able to incrementally resume more regular activities, extra-curricular, and operations, subject to health guidelines.
Parents to Confirm Student Attendance

In order to plan for September, parents and guardians must confirm their child’s attendance for the upcoming school year.


  • Please complete this form by 11:59 p.m. on March 14th, 2021.
  • If you have difficulty accessing the form, please use:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdbSd0-072Hk_1P1XbX6qlH7-MSbFwMYQADcgw6vvzYFyPNFQ/viewform?usp=sf_link



A reminder that families must complete one form per child, using the form sent by the child’s school. If you have children enrolled in different schools, please use the form sent by the school your child will attend in September 2021. If you do not complete the form, your child will be assigned to in-person learning.



Deciding What is Best For Your Family

While many families are keen to get back to school in-person, there are many things to consider in your decision. These Elementary & Secondary resource guides are designed to support families and explain in-person and virtual learning options and outline some of the learning, programming, safety and well-being issues that families will want to consider.

Why Now?

We know it seems early for families to make this decision, but we’ve already delayed the timing as much as possible. One of the things families appreciate about the OCDSB is the rich variety of program offerings, but that’s also what makes the planning process even more complex. School planning starts in January and is based on enrollment projections. Once we know who will be attending by school and program, we can assign the right staff and place students into the classes and/or programs which best meet their needs. Getting things right at the planning stages reduces the chance of having to reassign classrooms, grade configurations, teaching assignments, or timetables after school starts. We all want a smooth and stable start to September.

Are Changes Possible?

Yes, change in some circumstances is possible, on request, where there is a change to your family situation. For example, medical accommodation becomes necessary, there is a change in the student’s learning needs, a job change makes supervising virtual learning difficult - these kinds of changes happen and we will work with you to find a way to best support the needs of your family. But, we’re asking families to reflect on your child’s needs and make the decision that best supports your child for the entire school year so that we can minimize the impact of such changes on all students.

Program Offerings

The OCDSB offers a full range of programs and all of these will be available for in-person learning. There are some limitations on program availability in virtual school. There are a few reasons for this:

  • Programs with smaller enrollment or unique program offerings are more challenging to offer when the students are spread across both virtual and in-person learning. This can lead to more combined grade classes, increased need for specialized teachers, and in some cases increased class sizes in the program or in other programs;
  • Our experience this year has shown that in-person learning is the best format to support students with special education needs and/or English Language Learners. For this reason, in the 2021-2022 school year specialized program classes and ESL/ELD classes will return to in-person delivery only.
Considerations for Students with Special Education Needs

For learners with special education needs, the academic and non-academic needs of students are best met in-person. In exceptional circumstances, it may be necessary for a student with special education needs to engage in virtual learning. In assessing the appropriateness of this option, parents/guardians/caregivers should carefully consider the following:

  • Specialized program classes provide an intensive level of support (teachers, education assistants, and professional supports such as speech and language pathology or occupational and physical therapy) for both academic and non-academic needs;
  • Virtual learning requires considerable at-home support varying by the needs of the child and their level of independence;
  • The range of accommodations available to educators to meet the needs of learners is limited. For example, educators aren’t able to use proximity, hand-over-hand prompting, and provide the same level of individualized support, when needed.
Secondary Schedule

Students and parents are eager to know what the daily schedule will look like in secondary schools. This is one decision that does not have to be made immediately. Recognizing that, we will continue to monitor the COVID-19 safety precautions. We hope to start the year and/or move to two classes a day and a lunch break between classes as soon as possible.

Questions?

There is more information on our website, and in the Elementary & Secondary resource guides. If you have questions, please contact the school (613-722-6551) and we will be happy to assist.

Please complete the confirmation of attendance form by 11:59 p.m. on March 14, 2021.

Thank you for your ongoing support.
 

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5个孩子在家待一年了!9月份让老大和老二返校。
 

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在家再待一年,不敢想象。孩子都闹着要去学校上课。
 
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