UPDATE: 31 October 2020

St. Bon’s Scenario 1 Plan can be found HERE.

Staff, students and any essential visitors are required to review our daily Covid self-screening questionnaire and ensure their answer is no to all of the questions. Beginning on Monday, November 2nd the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is changing the symptoms screening checklist for COVID-19. As a result of these changes, there is a new screening tool for schools. The new screening self assessment can be found HERE. The new screening self assessment replaces any previous self assessment effective Monday, November 2nd.

If a student answer yes to any of the questions in the self-screening questionnaire, they are not to attend school and should use the COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool

If a student has 2 or more symptoms related to COVID-19, parents are to contact Public Health at 811. Public Health will provide direction on next steps, including self-isolation of other household members and when the student may return to school. Public Health is in the best position to help parents evaluate a child’s illness and help generate a return to school plan. Public Health direction should be followed to ensure the safety of all.  

Please note: each time your child is unwell, you must contact Public Health as directions may change and evolve based on the current COVID-19 situation in the province. 

When a child is required to self-isolate, we ask parents to contact Ms. Annette Mallay at amallay@stbons.ca and the student’s homeroom teacher, to advise of the return to school plan as directed by Public Health.  

When a student is absent, they are to visit their class’ Moodle site to stay up to date on their academic work.  For an extended absence that requires a plan for maintaining pace with academics, parents can contact Mr. David Martino at dmartino@stbons.ca.