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NES UPDATE: 📢
Students will begin learning from home this week beginning today, January 19th 2021. Teachers will be contacting parents/guardians to set up google meets and help students complete learning packages.

Starting Wednesday, January 20th our school mailbox will be available outside the school doors for package drop off from 9 am-4pm. We look forward to having the mailbox filled each day. The learning packages are very important to advance your child's skills. For each package returned, your child will have their name entered into a draw to win a prize.

Cohort 1 blended students are tentatively scheduled to return on Tuesday, January 26th, 2021.
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NES UPDATE: 📢
Students will begin learning from home this week beginning today, January 19th 2021.  Teachers will be contacting parents/guardians to set up google meets and help students complete learning packages. 

Starting Wednesday, January 20th our school mailbox will be available outside the school doors for package drop off from 9 am-4pm. We look forward to having the mailbox filled each day.  The learning packages are very important to advance your childs skills. For each package returned, your child will have their name entered into a draw to win a prize. 

Cohort 1 blended students are tentatively scheduled to return on Tuesday, January 26th, 2021.

Maskwacîs Education Schools Commission📣 In consultation with Maskwacis Health Services, the holiday break for MESC schools has been further extended for students. Students will resume learning from home on January 19th, 2021. We ask ohpikinahawasiwahk (parents/guardians) to continue supporting their children with the learning packages distributed before the holiday break. Students (cohort 1) will tentatively return to in-class learning on January 26th, 2021.

Namôya kaketihk tawî miyo Askîwin. Please stay safe and follow all public health orders.
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Is there anywhere to drop off learning packages? Or do we hang onto them until they go back to school??

The staff of NES would like to wish our awasisak and their families a very Merry Christmas.

We hope you are safe and well. We are thinking about all of you and we can’t wait to see you in the new year.

Stay safe, take care and enjoy the Holiday season.

Miyo manito kîsikanisik

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