New announcement: The Ontario government decided to move elementary and secondary schools to remote learning following the April break. Child care for non-school aged children will remain open, before and after school programs will be closed and free emergency child care for the school-aged children of eligible health care and frontline workers will be provided. Read more in the news release.
Daily screening of COVID-19 symptoms is one of the best preventative measures to protect the school community. Access the online screening tool (updated February 24, 2021) the printable version for students and children attending school or child care settings, or the printable tool for school staff and essential visitors daily to ensure you or your child is well enough to attend work, school or daycare. If your school board or child care provider has another screening process, you can use that instead.
For specific information about your child’s school and answers to frequently asked questions, visit your school board’s website:
District School Board North East Ontario (DSB1)
Northeastern Catholic District School Board
Algoma District School Board (Hornepayne Elementary and Secondary School)
Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board (Holy Name of Jesus School)
Moosonee District School Area Board (Moosonee Public School)
James Bay Lowlands Secondary School Board (Northern Lights Secondary School)
For more information, call the Porcupine Health Unit at 705-360-4819. Call toll-free at 1-800-461-1818 or the PHU office in your community.
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For general inquiries about COVID-19, please visit Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Parents, students, and school staff: find information on the public health measures that will help to keep our school communities safe. This page includes steps to protect yourself, shared spaces, active transportation, immunization, mental health and nutrition.
Find answers to our most frequently asked questions about the return to school and COVID-19.
Find the information you need to know if someone at school has symptoms, needs testing, or if there is a case of COVID-19 at school.
Find PHU posters, letters to parents and school staff, and recent media releases.