Six Nations elementary students back to school on Valentine’s Day

By Turtle Island News staff Six Nations elementary school students are headed back to the classroom for in-person learning Monday, Feb., 14th with increased COVID-19 precautions including daily screening for each child. After more than a month of virtual learning Travis Anderson, director of federal schools announced the return of in-person learning on February 14 at the Six Nations Elected Council General Council Committee meeting Monday (Feb. 8). Anderson said parents have received notification on the return that includes the different layers of COVID-19 protection. “There is no one thing that protects you from COVID, its layers of protection,” he said. He said outdoor learning will be promoted as well. He said there may be staffing issues and keeping certified teachers in the classroom and he is hoping it won’t…

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