Illness at school - Parent Information

Thank you for your efforts to keep our panthers healthy and safe while they are at school!  We greatly appreciate the diligence from our families in doing a health assessment each morning - ensuring that all students are symptom free before they come to school.

If ever a student becomes ill while at school, we will contact you and ask you to come and pick them up.  Should students be showing any of the symptoms on the attached image, please note that students must remain home for 48 hours, symptom free, prior to returning to school.  These measures are but a few of the many safety precautions that we are taking at École Dr. A.E. Perry School to help keep our students safe, healthy, and in the building.  

Update to dismissal procedures at École Dr. A.E. Perry School

Dear families, parents and guardians;

Tomorrow, the following letter will be sent home electronically from your child's classroom teacher.  This letter outlines a slight adjustment to our end of day routines and procedures.  This change should have a minimal impact on your day to day routines, however, will help us continue to reduce congestion during pick up times at the end of the day. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us directly at the school and we will be happy to discuss this further.

Please click HERE to access the letter that will be sent home to families on Wednesday, September 16th, 2020.

Mme. M.  Bowes  & Mr. C. Weber

A message from your administrative team at École Dr AE Perry School

Dear parents, guardians, and students:

Welcome back to the Panther Pit!  Bienvenue chez les pathères! We hope that you have all had a restful summer and are ready to get back into the swing of things. The staff at École Dr. A.E. Perry School are very excited to see all of our students again as we greet them back into a newly refurbished and renovated school.

Back to school - What to expect on the first day

Welcome back to École Dr. A.E. Perry School!  Bienvenue à l'École Dr. A.E. Perry!

Our division office staff and school based staff have been working very hard to prepare for the arrival of our students on September 8th and September 9th. Classroom teachers are making contact with families this week to ensure that parents have the opportunity to ask questions and feel prepared for the upcoming school year.

We will begin the day outside - staff will be holding signage so that students can connect with their classroom teacher. 

A few items to help reduce congestion and keep our students safe: