Posted: Friday, October 8, 2021. 3:34 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Wesley College has agreed to delay the reopening of face-to-face school sessions until further notice following a survey of parents.
Announcing the decision to parents in a letter, acting principal Roxanne Cleland stated that of the 68 percent of parents who responded, only 45 percent agreed to have the Methodist institution reopen.
The survey was conducted earlier this month.
Principal Cleland notes that of the respondents, three-quarters had vaccinated their children (not distinguished between partial and full vaccination).
She encourages others to get their children vaccinated and says the school will continue with online learning and paper-based packages until it is safe to resume in-person learning.
The Ministry of Education has approved in-person sessions for some schools subject to protocol.
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