Now that we are in the yellow phase of the NB recovery plan, and because our plan for graduation has been approved, we are excited to share it with you today! Our plan was generated with the goal of providing our 2020 graduates with an experience as close to our traditional graduation ceremony as possible. We believe that they deserve to walk the stage, in cap and gown, have family/friends cheering for them in the audience, have their photo taken, and receive their diplomas.
It with heavy hearts that we inform you of the death of one of our students from our Bengals community, that occurred last night. Out of respect for the family, and due to privacy, we cannot reveal the name of the student or any details.
Your child may have difficulty and strong emotions about the loss of a classmate. In addition, due to Social Isolation and Social Distancing it is important that you check in on your child on a regular basis.
Frequently Asked Questions for Students and Parents Regarding COVID-19 Related School
(Information effective as of March 16, 2020)
ASD-N is working in consultation with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) regarding the current school closures and how it will affect the academic year. These messages will be updated as we receive information on this continuously evolving situation.
Parents/Guardians/Staff, The health and safety of our students, staff and community remains our primary priority. Therefore, please note the following key messages:
ASD-N is working in consultation with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development regarding the exclusion guidelines imposed by the Minister of Education on March 9th. We will continue to follow EECD’s direction going forward as we all deal with this ongoing COVID-19 situation.