Updated December 7, 2020
On December 2 the Minister of Education announced for the two-week period of January 4-15, 2021, Grade 7-12 students will be provided with remote learning.
Students in Nursery to Grade 6 will continue to be offered in-class learning, but parents will have the option to choose remote learning for this two-week period. Should you be interested in this option, please contact your school administration no later than December 14, 2020.
Students in Grade 7-12 with special needs, or those at-risk that must be accommodated in a classroom setting, will be allowed to attend school during this time period.
We want to reiterate that school is a safe place for place for our students in Frontier, and the best place for them to continue their education.
Thank you to everyone in the Frontier Family for supporting our children as we cope with the pandemic. We continue looking forward to when we can be with each other again.
We are wishing the absolute best to everyone in our communities this holiday season.
December 4, 2020 - Letter to Parents
October 30, 2020 – Memo from Reg Klassen, Chief Superintendent
August 13 - Message to Parents and Guardians
July 29 - Message to All Employees
May 27 - Memo to All Employees and Families
May 7 - Memo to All Employees
March 26 - Memo to All Employees
March 18 - Maintenance and Custodial Staff Memo
March 17 - Memo to Parents and Guardians
March 17 - Memo to All Staff
March 13 - Memo - Provincial Closures
March 13 - Divisional Memo
Code Orange Restriction Information
Public Health Agency of Canada
Government of Canada Travel Advisories
Manitoba Suspends Classroom Learning Indefinitely Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
World Health Organization: Key Messages and Actions for COVID-19 Prevention and Control in Schools
Provincial Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources for Schools and Educators
Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Public Health Factsheet
WHO - Coronavirus Advice for Public
Update Videos from the Chief Superintendent