Middle School Start-Up Information
I feel grateful to be able to work with the staff at Meadowridge and have all the confidence in the world in our teachers’ ability to maintain a rigorous academic program while keeping the health, safety, and well-being of our students as the top priority. Mr. Scott Rinn, Middle School Principal
The information below is intended to summarize and make clear some of the details found in the BC's Back to School Plan and Provincial COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines for K-12
Looking for your child's Advisory Teacher? It is available on The Hub
Please make sure to log in to The Hub to see who your child’s advisory teacher is. This is important, as students will go to their advisory first thing on Tuesday, September 8 when school begins. Advisory information will be available the morning of Wednesday, September 2. These lists will not be physically posted at the school until the first day of school.
Need help finding your child's schedule? Click here for a how-to.
What is a learning cohort and how will it help?
“A learning group, or learning cohort, is a group of students and staff who remain together throughout the school quarter, semester or year and who primarily interact with each other. This helps with contact tracing and limits interruptions to learning if a case of COVID-19 is confirmed in a learning group. Learning groups were recommended by the Provincial Health Officer to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Learning groups are smallest in elementary and middle schools because it is more challenging for younger students to maintain physical distance. Students in secondary school are better able to minimize physical contact, practice hand hygiene and recognize if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.” BC Back to School Plan