ATKs required for campus access. More information here.

Covid Guidelines for Summer School

COVID regulations have been modified in accordance with recommendations from the The Ministry of Health. 


WHEN A POSITIVE CASE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED, the school will administer deep cleaning, inform the Ministry of Public Health, and follow up with contact tracing. Contact tracing will usually back-track 3 days from the day a COVID-positive case has been confirmed (considered Day 0). However, if the exact encounter where a spreading event can be identified, tracing will take place from that point onwards.

Protocol for Summer School June 13- July 1, 2022

Summer School

Positive COVID case (Student)

Students will be required to quarantine for ten days and need to confirm their diagnosis at a hospital or clinic, either by ATK or PCR. 

Student options are as follows:
– Zoom in (for HS: credits valid)
– Refund prorated (for HS: no credit)
Positive COVID case (Teacher)A substitute teacher will be assigned. Teachers will be required to quarantine for ten days and need to confirm their diagnosis at a hospital or clinic, either by ATK or PCR. 

High Risk

Students in the high risk contact tracing will be informed. They do not need to quarantine but are recommended to self-observe for symptoms and do ATKs on days 0, 5 and 10 after direct contact with a positive COVID case.

A High-Risk Contact is defined as a person who has had close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient within 72 hours of the date of the positive test and/or meets one or more of the following criteria:

  • was within a 2-meter radius (without mask) of a confirmed positive case and studies, lives or works in the same room
  • was within a 1-meter radius (without mask) of the positive case and had a conversation for more than 5 minutes (during lunch, an after-school activity, or classroom discussion, for example)
  • was fully exposed to a cough or a sneeze (without mask)