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COVID-19 Case Advisory

Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 at Bayview Glen: 10

Communications from the Head of School:

Letter to Parents - June 2, 2021

Letter to Parents - May 14, 2021

TPH Memo: Vaccinations for Youth - May 13, 2021

Parent Letter - April 6, 2021

TPH Letter - Confirmed Outbreak - March 18, 2021

Parent Community Update - March 16, 2021

Urgent Update - March 14 2021

Parent Letter - March 1, 2021

Variant of Concern - Parent-Guardian letter - February 25, 2021

Letter to Parents Regarding March Break - February 16, 2021

Parent/Guardian Screening Agreement and Declaration - February 11, 2021

Letter to Parents - February 3, 2021

Memorandum from Asst. Deputy Minister of Education - February 3, 2021

Letter to Parents Correction Notice - January 7, 2021

Minister of Education Letter to Parents - January 2, 2021

Toronto Public Health Updated COVID-19 Public Health Measures - December 7, 2020

Toronto Public Health Letter to Parents - November 30, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Parents - November 23, 2020

Toronto Public Health Letter to Bayview Glen School - November 22, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Lower School Parents - November 3, 2020

Toronto Public Health Letter to Bayview Glen Lower School - November 2, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Parents - October 9, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Parents - October 7, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Parents, Further Update - October 2, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Parents, Follow Up - September 30, 2020

COVID-19 Case Letter to Parents - September 29, 2020

COVID-19: School Information for Parents & Caregivers

COVID-19 Assessment Centre Locations & Details

Pharmacy Locations for COVID-19 Testing

You were tested for COVID-19: What you should know

COVID-19 in Ontario

Dear Parents:

Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, and the Public Health Agency of Canada is now recommending that Canadians choose a three-layer non-medical mask with a filter layer to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This recommendation came earlier this week: 

"To improve the level of protection that can be provided by non-medical masks or face coverings, we are recommending that you consider a three-layer nonmedical mask.”

Following are recently updated guidelines noted on the Public Health website.

A mask or face covering can be homemade or purchased, and should:

  • be made of at least 3 layers
    • 2 layers should be tightly woven material fabric, such as cotton or linen
    • the third (middle) layer should be a filter-type fabric, such as non-woven polypropylene fabric
  • be large enough to completely and comfortably cover the nose, mouth and chin without gaping
  • allow for easy breathing
  • fit securely to the head with ties or ear loops
  • be comfortable and not require frequent adjustments
  • be changed as soon as possible if damp or dirty
  • maintain its shape after washing and drying. 


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