Six Nations heads back to a very different school year …in person

Welcome back was a message teachers across Six Nations had for students Tuesday (Sept., 7 2021) and were on hand to smooth over any fears or questions when students arrived to COVID-19 classrooms.

By Victoria Gray Writer After 17 months Six Nations students headed back to a very different school year Tuesday, Sept 8 2021. Wanda Davis, a teacher at Oliver M. Smith Kawenni:io said it was a busy morning getting students sorted out and in the right classroom, but everyone wore masks without an issue. “I knew this first day would be a little chaotic, but we’re going to get better everyday and it’s great to have students back,” she said. Students have returned in cohorts of 15 children per class. On September 7, Cohort A started in-person learning and Cohort B will start on Thursday. Cohort C is completely online and makes up 2 per cent of the student population. Travis Anderson, the new director of federal schools previously said the…

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