French catholic college board announces modifications to back-to-school times

French catholic college board announces modifications to back-to-school times

Ted Raymond Digital Multi-Skilled Journalist

Pupils at Jonathan Pitre French Catholic Elementary class get down their college coach Aug. 19, 2020, with regards to their very first day’s college. (Jeff McDonald / CTV Information Ottawa)

OTTAWA — 1st day’s college for many pupils in Ottawa’s French catholic college board changed.

In an email to families delivered Friday, the Conseil des ecoles catholiques du Centre-Est (CECCE) states as soon as your kid comes back to course depends on their college, and grade and if they’re in course or learning beetalk profiles on line.

Pupils in Kindergarten to level 8, who will be time for in-person classes, will start college on Sept. 3.

Pupils in Grades 9 to 12 will go back to face-to-face classes on Sept. 8, aside from those in the schools that are following

  • Ecole Ange-Gabriel (Brockville)
  • Ecole Marie-Rivier (Kingston)
  • Academie Notre-Dame (Kemptville)
  • Centre scolaire Jeanne-Lajoie (Pembroke)

Level 9-12 pupils during these schools will come back to course on Sept. 3.

Two CECCE schools, Bernard-Grandmaitre and Jonathan-Pitre, started classes on Aug. 19.

VIRTUAL LEARNING

The CECCE states remote learning through their Academie d’apprentissage virtuel (AAV) for Kindergarten to level 8 pupils will start on Sept. 8.

Pupils in Grades 9 to 12, who will be learning through Consortium d’apprentissage virtuel de langue francaise de l’Ontario (CAVLFO) will start on line learning on Sept. 8 and.

Almost 3,400 students that are CECCE start their college 12 months on the web, the board claims.

PERSONALIZED TEACHING SCHOOLS

For pupils at Ecole Lamoureux, Ecole Edouard-Bond and Ecole Los Angeles supply, classes begins in-person on Sept. 3 and learning that is remote the Centre d’enseignement personnalise virtuel (CEPV) will start Sept. 8

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