Coronavirus COVID-19

May 19 Update: Ontario schools will remain closed until the end of June. Details on how this affects the LDCSB will be shared in the coming days.

 

 

Sacraments for Students

Administration of the sacraments is under the purview of the Diocese of London. Since public Masses have now been cancelled through the end of May, all scheduled celebrations for the Sacrament of Confirmation and First Communions are postponed. Parishes will make arrangements at a later date to reschedule these celebrations.

 

Final Marks and Reports Cards

No student’s mark will be negatively affected by performance during the school closure period. Grades and marks will not go down from what they were on March 13, 2020. We are doing all we can to keep our students involved and actively engaged in teacher-led learning activities, tasks and assignments. We want to ensure students are successful moving forward, for the 2020-21 school year and beyond. Students will have the opportunity to improve their marks, based on work completed after March 13 and the teacher’s professional judgement. All students will receive final report cards at the end of the school year.

 

Personal Belongings
While we are under a State of Emergency, all school buildings, playgrounds and equipment are closed to everyone. No one may enter schools for textbooks, clothing, personal items, etc.
  • Keep the Faith: our local diocese has set up a webpage with helpful resources so Catholics can remain in touch with their faith while churches are closed.   
  • Stay Mentally Healthy: visit our special webpage with resources that may be helpful in navigating through these unprecedented times with your family. 
  • The Ministry of Education has created a website, Learn at Home, for continued learning opportunities for students. 
  • Please remember that all school playgrounds and equipment are closed to the public.

Several COVID-19 resources and documents are available on the MLHU website.

Provincial and national COVID-19 case counts and other updates are available from the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada.

The Government of Canada has a list of COVID-19-affected countries, all of which have an associated coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Travel Health Notice. The list of affected countries and travel health notices will be updated as required as the outbreak evolves.