Frequently Asked Questions

Jump to questions about: Classroom Organization Health and Safety Temporary Transition Option Plan Sanitation Drop Off/Pick Up (Last update September 29, 2020) Classroom Organization Q: What will the first day back to school (September 14) look like?A: The Restart Plan for School is based on organizing school in such a way as to ensure  little …

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Gr. 3s to 7s Dynamite Dance

To all the parents, families, and supporters of St. Francis Xavier Elementary,  As part of our Music Program many of you know that I have been teaching and doing DANCE with the students during this year as a way to teach music and yet have everyone be safe during this time of COVID.  I have …

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Gr. 2s Dynamite Dance

To all the parents, families, and supporters of Grade 2 at St. Francis Xavier Elementary,  As part of our Music Program many of you know that I have been teaching and doing DANCE with the students during this year as a way to teach music and yet have everyone be safe during this time of …

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Bazaar & Singathon 2021

This year’s Bazaar & Singathon will take place virtually from May 23-29, 2021. We invite you to visit https://sfx.rcav.org/bazaar for updates of the week’s event. Thank you in advance for the help from our school parents to make this upcoming event a success. Our school is preparing the student for their Singathon performances. (The staff …

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COVID-19 Reminders

Dear SFX Families, With the new and expanded protocols announced by the Provincial Health Office (PHO) last week, it is a good idea to take a moment to remind ourselves of how we are faring as a school during the COVID-19 pandemic. First and foremost, the cooperation of parents with different parking procedures and with …

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Student Daily Health Check

The Ministry of Health has updated the daily health check for students on September 11, 2020. Parents and caregivers should assess your child daily for key symptoms of illness before sending them to school. If you answered “YES” to one of the questions included under ‘Key Symptoms of Illness’ (excluding fever), you should stay home …

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Staff and Volunteer Protocols

All staff and volunteers are required to review the following information before coming to school. Please download the following file. Note: Changes may be made on short notice to this document to follow the Public Health office’s updated guidelines.