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All kids return to school in Alberta, but Saskatchewan, Manitoba more complicated
Alberta kids return to full-time in-person classes this week, but the back-to-school story is a bit more complicated in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced last week that lockdown restrictions imposed last month would continue until Jan. 21, but schools were an exception and would reopen Monday.
A full return to classes in Manitoba, however, won’t happen until Jan. 18, although in-person learning has been available as an option for children in kindergarten through Grade 6 as well as for older kids with special needs.
Students’ return to the classroom in Saskatchewan depends on the schedule of each school division.
Regina Public Schools kept elementary and high school students learning at home last week with the plan to resume in-person learning today.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools, meanwhile, already welcomed students back last week.
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