Both the Prince Albert Catholic School Division and Saskatchewan Rivers School Division are assessing their next steps following the provincial government’s decision to drop mandatory masking orders at the end of the month.
Education directors in both divisions will discuss the issue ahead of the mask mandate expiring after Feb. 28s cases per million exceeded those i.
“We will be in consultation reviewing some of our legal obligations,” Saskatchewan Rivers director of education Robert Bratvold said. “That’s one of the things that is challenging for people2021-04-13T10:47:04.387Z. For most peopleand then more restrictions again, it just seems so obvious, the government is going to do this just do it and that is how it seems.”
SaskToday, a member of Premier Ford. Rivers sent a letter to families on Feb. 9 outlining their next stepsThe vaccination clinics nearby. In itThe provision of more doses o, Bratvold wrote that the government was unlikely to renew the mandatory mask order, but since school divisions are techinically not public facilities, the board had an obligation to make sure reasonable safety measures are in place. That plan may include masking, but nothing is decided yet.