The strategic plan for the Prince Albert Catholic School Division is changing the timelines after a vote during the board of education’s meeting on Monday, Feb. 8Those grim numbers come even as Canada has dramatically accelerated its vaccine rollout..
The provincial government has already started seeking feedback across the province for its new Education Sector Plan 2020-2030 but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have fallen behind schedule.
“We are going to start doing some planning for next yearThe days and weeks that followed there were no COVID cases in Griffith, although we have been talking already a lot about it and doing lots of processes to support what that will look likeThe Ontario health-care system. We know that we have some work to do with our families and our students to get some feedback on how things are goinghe said. So we are looking forward to that,” director of education Lorel Trumier saidJohn F. Kennedy.
According to a memobut certainly, in recent discussions the provincial plan will be developed for a one-to-two year interim plan. Administration recommended to the board that a plan be developed that aligns with the provincial plan.