Parents' learning good cybersecurity habits for their children is as important as the classes students take in Distance Supplementary Learning Program due to COVID19. Today Mr. KHAN will emphasize the some of subjects including remaining safe in digital world, cyber-bullying, online learning safety tips with a ZOOM conference at 6:30-8 pm. All parents are invited.
On the direction of the provincial government, our school is closed until further notice in order to support the health and well-being of our community members.By reaching out our families, this week, we transitioned to distance learning program. By using Zoom, Google Classroom, and many more apps, students learning enhancing the face-to-face in-classroom like teaching will be supported. Watch your emails for detail.
In the meantime, don't forget to:
-Go outside for a walk (keep in mind physical distancing);
- Draw and/or make crafts;
- Cook as a family;
- Read books together;
- Play board games (Examples: Scrable for aged 10 and up; Labyrinth for aged 7 and up) and make puzzles together as a family;
- Pray as a family.
We are looking into options on how children can continue their learning remotely, we will keep you informed. Thanks for patience. Stay safe and healthy.
A Letter from Ministry of Education Response Planning Team
Saskatchewan has an Education Response Planning Team, consisting of officials from the Ministry of Education, Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, Saskatchewan School Boards Association, the Saskatchewan Association of School Business Officials and the Saskatchewan League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents, that is meeting daily to support the education system in our response to COVID-19.
The Government of Saskatchewan has announced all classes in Saskatchewan prekindergarten to Grade 12 schools will be suspended indefinitely, effective March 20, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
For the period of March 16 to March 19, prekindergarten to Grade 12 classes will wind down. This means that parents who are able to keep children home should do so immediately, with no absence or grade impacts. Parents with limited childcare options will have a window to plan for class suspensions.
The following guidelines are in place in response to COVID-19
If a student returned to Canada since Friday, March 13, they must self-isolate for 14 days before attending school.
If a parent is self-isolating, the student(s) should be kept home and not attend school during the 14-day period.
As per the Chief Medical Health Officer, if a student is in class and is displaying symptoms (cough, fever, difficulty breathing), the school will contact the s...
We are happy to inform you that an exciting opportunity is coming to Misbah School on Wednesday, February 26th! Mueez Rafiquie is starting a debate club at our school for children in Grade 5-8. Mr. Rafiquie has been debating since grade 5, winning multiple provincial championships, coming second individually across the country and representing Canada at the international Oxford Cup held in the UK. Now he wishes to teach others what he’s learned over his many years of debating to help them build their confidence, persuasiveness and awareness of the world around them.
On February 26, 4pm - 5pm (right after school in the gym), Mueez will be holding an information session where he will explain what debate is, what its benefits are and how his classes will be structured. We highly recommend that parents accompany their children to this meeting so that they can see themselves if they’re interested in this great opportunity and ask any relevant questions. This is a great chan...