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Consent form to be given to the school by the guardian when the school starts

Consent form to be given to the school by the guardian when the school starts

SCHOOL SHARU THAY TYRE VALIE SHALA NE AAPVANU SAMATTI PATRAK NAMUNO

When in school, the wearing of masks will be compulsory for students, teachers and staff. All students will have to follow a strict hand hygiene routine, and will sit six feet apart in classrooms.

In view of people thronging shops to buy things and also at bus stands, they have been advised to maintain physical distancing norms and wear a mask at all times. Stating that in some countries, there has been a fresh wave of cases and infections, the State government said that it was important to follow all preventive measures and take precautions.

The danger of COVID-19 hasn’t subsided yet, but there gradually the country is getting back to its pre-lockdown stage. While almost everything in the country has restarted, schools weren’t reopened due to the obvious threat.

We have been keeping you up-to-date with information on the developments in India and the world that have a bearing on our health and wellbeing, our lives and livelihoods, during these difficult times. To enable wide dissemination of news that is in public interest, we have increased the number of articles that can be read free, and extended free trial periods. However, we have a request for those who can afford to subscribe: please do. As we fight disinformation and misinformation, and keep apace with the happenings, we need to commit greater resources to news gathering operations. We promise to deliver quality journalism that stays away from vested interest and political propaganda.
We are asking that everyone continue to practice regular disease prevention protocols, including: washing hands frequently, coughing or sneezing into a tissue or sleeve rather than hands, and to stay home if feeling ill. The College is also providing extra sanitizer and tissues across campus and increasing surface cleaning.

We are asking that everyone continue to practice regular disease prevention protocols, including: washing hands frequently, coughing or sneezing into a tissue or sleeve rather than hands, and to stay home if feeling ill. The College is also providing extra sanitizer and tissues across campus and increasing surface cleaning.

As Thanksgiving weekend approaches, many in our campus community will be travelling within the province and beyond, or getting together with friends and family. While travel throughout Canada remains without restriction at this time, we remind all employees and students to follow safe practices while travelling and gathering to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and to help keep our community healthy. Those who travel outside of Canada are required to quarantine for a 14-day period following the Government of Canada Quarantine Act. If you are travelling outside of Canada, you must report this to Residence. You will need to find off-campus accommodations to complete your 14-day quarantine period at your own expense. We ask that students and employees be extra vigilant upon your return from family celebrations and travel, using the daily self-assessment tool and limiting contact with others for the first week or two, given the province's experience with rising COVID-19 cases after long weekends and holiday events. Have a great long weekend.

Thank you for your ongoing support and cooperation. Please continue to check your email, LMS, student portal and the Sault College website for more information.

An official global travel advisory is also in effect for all Canadians to avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada until further notice. Be mindful that if you have travelled outside of Canada on or after March 14, 2020, you must self-isolate for 14 days. Here is some helpful information on self-isolating.

The brief focuses on guidelines in three areas: attendance, social distancing, and hygiene and cleaning. Information was gathered from health and safety guidance documents from each country’s Ministry of Education (as of May 3) as well as media and journal articles.Where no citation is given, evidence comes from the list of References on pp. 11–12.

Recreation: Indoor and inter-school sports activities have generally been suspended, while outdoor playtime is allowed in small, supervised groups. Taiwan has suspended all sports and physical education; in China, physical education continues in some schools based on local decision-making.Lin, W. (2020, May 5). Student death stirs controversy over face mask rule in PE classes. Global Times. Denmark and Norway recommend that schools use outdoor spaces as much as possible, including for gym class. They encourage play in homeroom groups divided into smaller groups—for example five children in one area—with increased adult supervision to ensure that students do not touch one another. Singapore staggered timing for recess for different groups, a practice recommended in other countries as well

“This analysis demonstrates the importance of both policymakers and individuals across society working together and doing their part to reduce COVID-19 transmission – wearing masks, practicing physical distancing and continuing to let science guide policy,” said Dr. Jamie Cohen, research scientist at IDM and lead author on the report. “This is the only way we will be able to safely reopen schools in the fall.”

Consent form to be given to the school by the guardian when the school starts

SCHOOL SHARU THAY TYRE VALIE SHALA NE AAPVANU SAMATTI PATRAK NAMUNO

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