A school fee of $45.00 is required for students in K-6 English and K-3 French Immersion.
On-line payment of school supply fees can be made starting on September 7th.
School supplies for grades 4,5,6 French Immersion are purchased by parents.
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We look forward to welcoming our students back into school tomorrow for in-person learning. As we return to classes, some modified measures are needed to align with the Circuit Breaker and current public health guidelines. They include:
- All school-related sports games are paused. However, existing practices may continue, as can existing before and after school activities.
- All community use of school facilities will be paused, effective immediately and until March 21, 2021 (end of March Break).
- All field trips involving bussing are cancelled until further notice.
- Daycares and early learning centers operating out of schools will continue as normal, including the before and after school programs.
As we communicated earlier this week, parent-teacher interviews will be held virtually or by phone. Your school will be in touch with you to make arrangements if they haven’t already.
Please note that there are no classes on Friday.
We will be following the same masking guidance as before the Modified Red Alert. You can find the details at https://edu.princeedwardisland.ca/psb/2020/12/30/back-to-school-masking-guidance/.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Spring Park School teachers are currently experiencing difficulties with the email system. They will be in touch with parents as soon as possible.
Spring Park School will be pivoting to phone or Google meet interviews including Thursday and Friday’s meetings. Your child’s teacher will be in touch to coordinate the interviews. Thanks for your continued support.
UPDATE: All PSB Classes are Cancelled for Thursday, February 25
Due to deteriorating road conditions and the current weather forecast, all classes in the PSB are cancelled for Thursday, February 25.
Non instructional employees are directed to follow provincial civil service announcements for their local area.