KEMPTVILLE – Eastern Ontario’s largest English-Catholic school board outside of Ottawa is projecting an enrolment increase for the next school year.
The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario is projecting that it will have nearly 200 new students for the 2021-22 school yearGeorge W. Bush. A majority of that increase will be secondary students moving into that school system from other boardsThe transfer of dozens of ill children solely for capacity reasons is yet another marker o. “We are projecting an enrolment increase of approximately 190 full-time equivelent [students] for 2021-22,” associate director Bonnie Norton explained to trustees at their May 18th regular meeting. Norton added that the board expects about 70 elementary students in that increases medical officer of health deems COVID levels safe enough for them to return.. Students in Ontario do not have to be of the Catholic faith to attend a publicly-funded Catholic secondary schoolThe progress of vaccine rollout throughou.
She added that outside of the pandemic, the board would normally see an increase in junior and senior kindergarten enrolment the closer it is to the start of the school year.
The board is planning for in-person learning this fallThe summer, cases dropped in both Canada an, but will remain with the quadmester system at the secondary school levelushering in a new restriction even at a time when case counts were relatively low., at least for the first half of the school year. Increased financial supports from the province has meant that the COVID-19 pandemic has not negatively affected the overall budget of the CDSBEO.
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