Letter to Parents: Revised Measures for Outaouais Schools and Centres

It does not reflect the directives and measures in place for the 2021-2022 school year


Dear Parents, Guardians, Adult and Vocational Education Students,

At his press conference yesterday afternoon, Premier François Legault announced that the Outaouais region will move from Red Zone Measures to Orange Zone Measures; the implemented changes will go into effect for our schools and centres on Monday, May 31.

Main measures planned at the orange level:

  • Full-time, in person instruction is offered to all preschool, primary, and secondary students.
  • Extracurricular activities are now allowed in stable group classes.
  • For students in vocational training and general adult education; educational services will be offered in the centers, according to the modalities and timetables provided. Distance learning is still possible for these two sectors.
  • The wearing of the procedural mask remains required at all times in the classroom, in common areas, and when travelling for all students except those in preschool.

For more information, you can consult the following Government of Québec documents:


Mike Dubeau
Director General

For more information regarding COVID and our sanitary protocols, visit westernquebec.ca/coronavirus, where you will find this very letter, and a wealth of other resources.

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