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Phase 2 of E-Learning

Phase 2 of E-Learning

Dear CDSBEO Families, With the extension of school closures until May 4, 2020, we are now moving forward, as of April 6th, with Phase 2 of the Ministry of Education’s plan for ongoing distance learning – Learn at Home. Students can access their school’s online learning portal through Many students will know their username and password as it is the same as what they have used to login on school devices.

If you experience any issues logging into a device or require your login credentials, please contact our support team: By email: (Please ensure you provide student name, grade and school) By phone: 613-258-7757 or 1-800-443-4562, press 3 for ICT

Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated. Access to Devices for Distance Learning We continue to work with local public health to establish a protocol to safely distribute devices to families. Schools will be in touch with families who require a device in the coming days. The school will identify specific details and timelines for picking up the device when they contact you.

Please do not go to the school at any time unless you are directed by the school principal in order to pick up a device. For Families Without Internet Access Schools will be reaching out to connect with families that do not have access to the internet in order to discuss options and how to continue moving student learning forward.

Special Education Support for our identified learners is at the forefront of our considerations as we work to develop online learning possibilities for all students. Our Special Education team, consisting of clinical, educational and support staff, have been involved in determining plans for allocation of SEA equipment, individual student support plans and conversations with our families. Our Special Education Department will continue to collaborate with our school communities and families to determine the best learning experience for each individual student based on the realities of our current at home learning situation.

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