Your child can now register for school bussing for the 2021-22 school year.
News & Announcements
Government of Saskatchewan and United Way Launches Website to Help Families Find Licensed Child Care Services
The Early Years Branch is excited to share the announcement of an online portal called Parent Central to help parents and caregivers find and access licensed child care, information, programming or services for children zero to six.
After responding this week to feedback from parents and staff, we met again today with two Medical Health Officers to ensure we are operating on the most current risk assessment for the Moose Jaw community. After that discussion we are writing to confirm our previous decision that Moose Jaw Holy Trinity and Prairie South schools will return to face-to-face learning on Monday, April 12th.
Today we met with the Medical Health Officers for South Central, South West and Central East, as well as staff from Moose Jaw Public Health. After a detailed analysis of the local medical risk assessment, we confirm that Moose Jaw Holy Trinity schools will return to face-to-face learning on Monday, April 12th.
Holy Trinity Transportation has announced on February 11th, 2021 that all school busses have been CANCELLED in Moose Jaw. Swift Current/All Saints Catholic School has CANCELLED the afternoon run. Due to extreme weather it has surpassed the Transportation Departments Policy Weather threshold. Schools remain open. Please report absences to your school. Shaunavon/Christ the King School has cancelled all busses.
Click on the Registration link for registration instructions.
This update to the Holy Trinity mask protocol is based on information announced by the Chief Medical Health Officer and Premier on November 25. The increased community transmission rates of COVID-19 are of great concern across the province and have resulted in further restrictions. The CMHO and his staff have encouraged school divisions to review our operational procedures to find opportunities to slow the growth of transmission rates.
This update to the Holy Trinity mask protocol is based on information received from the Chief Medical Health Officer and a review of safety process compliance during September and October.
Please click here to view the Re-open Plan.