With the Surrey school district’s website reporting more than 50 active COVID-19 exposures, a spokesperson for the district’s parent advisory council says it’s time to take enhanced measures to keep students safe.
In the wake of surging case numbers across B.C., Rani Senghera, communications director for the Surrey district PAC, says the majority of district parents agree with public health officials that kids should be kept in classrooms.
But they also have suggestions that could reduce the risk of students coming home with COVID.
Speaking Wednesday on CBC’s The Early Edition, Senghera made the following recommendations:
Move classrooms outside when weather permits Eliminate the use of round tables in classrooms with several children
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