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The Flin Flon School Board Learned Tuesday Night How Well Schools are Doing With Required Changes.

In her report Superintendent Tammy Ballantyne let parents know the schools are doing an excellent job.  Despite some difficult questions from concerned parents the Division has made the necessary systemic changes to address those concerns.  She said when we know better we need to do better thus changing the way the normal school day would look ultimately wanting what’s best for the students and staff for their safety from COVID.  She also assured parents students are getting a mind and body break in the afternoons based on when students need that time for a break.


Board Chair Murray Skeavington thanked everybody for making the adjustments with changes this past week. If parents have any questions regarding remote learning for grades 7 to 12 in the new year contact your child’s school.  The same goes for parents with children in K to 6 if you want to go with remote learning contact your child’s school.  At news time McIsaac had 101 students doing remote learning while Ruth Betts has 45 and 6 medically advised students at Hapnot.  Parents without home computers can sign out a Chromebook from the schools and if no access to WIFI or internet arrangements can be made to come to the school for access.


The Fllin Flon School Board wishes all students and staff a safe and relaxing holiday.


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