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The 2021-2022 School Year

In the 2021-2022 school year, Banting and Best has both in-school and virtual learning happening from our building. We are following Board, Toronto Public Health (TPH) and Ministry Guidelines to create a safe place for our students and staff, and therefore, our community.

We will keep you informed about any concerns in our school through our automated email system, School Messenger. 

在 2021-2022 学年,班廷和贝斯特从我们的大楼中学习了校内和虚拟学习。我们正在遵循董事会、多伦多公共卫生 (TPH) 和卫生部指南,为学生和教职员工,因此,为我们的社区创造一个安全的地方。


Practise COVID safety:

  • All students and families MUST wear masks on school property.
  • Families need to complete the NOW app prior to coming to school.
  •  At school families must check in with our staff for the health screening with their QR code or verification. 
  • Please keep your child home and get them tested for COVID if they are showing any symptoms.
  • TPH website guidelines for parents and caregivers.
  • If your child has any new/worsening symptoms of COVID you will be contacted and asked to pick up your child from school for testing.

练习 COVID 安全:
◾家庭需要在上学前完成 NOW 应用程序。
◾ 在学校,家庭必须与我们的员工一起检查健康检查,并提供 QR 码或验证。


Thank you for keeping out students, staff and community safe.

Together, we will get through this unprecedented time.

Principal Singh




October 2021 The province also released a list of holiday-specific tips around COVID-19 safety.


  •     do not exceed the gathering limit of 25 people indoors and 100 people outdoors
  •     have the fewest number of people possible at your gathering
  •     use outdoor spaces whenever possible
  •     provide all the necessary supplies, including hand sanitizer, soap and water
  •     open windows, if possible
  •     clean and disinfect high-touch surfaces
  •     ask guests not to attend if they have symptoms, even if they are mild
  •     make a list of guests attending in case your local public health unit needs it for contact tracing
  •     remind people of public health advice to follow during the event
  •     wash your hands before and frequently when preparing and serving food
  •     have everyone wash their hands before and after eating
  • consider participating virtually or not attending the event if you are immunocompromised or at higher risk of severe disease or exposure to COVID-19covid 19


  • stay home if you have symptoms, even if they are mild
  • wear a face covering indoors and wear one outdoors if physical distancing cannot be maintained or is required
  • wash your hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer frequently
  • consider participating virtually or not attending the event if you are immunocompromised or at higher risk of severe disease and/or exposure to COVID-19


  •     stay home if you have symptoms, even if they are mild
  •     trick-or-treat outdoors as much as possible
  •     be creative and build the face covering into your costume. Remember that a costume mask is not a substitute for a face covering. A costume mask should not be worn over a non-medical mask or face covering because it can be dangerous if the costume mask makes it hard to breathe.
  •     do not crowd doorsteps – take turns one at a time
  •     do not sing or shout for your treats
  •     keep interactions brief with those giving out treats
  •     use hand sanitizer often, especially before and after handling your face covering, after touching frequently touched surfaces, when you arrive home from trick-or-treating, and before and after handling or eating treats
  •     there is no need to clean or disinfect pre-packaged treats

If you choose to give out treats:

  •     do not participate in Halloween festivities if you have symptoms, even if they are mild
  •     keep interactions with trick-or-treaters short and encourage them to move along after receiving their treat from you
  •     consider wearing a face covering when physical distancing cannot be maintained
  •     consider including the face covering as part of your costume if you are dressing up
  •     give out only purchased and packaged treats
  •     do not ask trick-or-treaters to sing or shout for their treats
  •     clean your hands often throughout the evening using soap and water or with hand sanitizer

2021 年 10



• 不超过室内 25 人和室外 100 人的聚集限制

• 在聚会上人数最少

• 尽可能使用户外空间

• 提供所有必要的用品,包括洗手液、肥皂和水

• 如有可能,打开窗户

• 清洁和消毒高触摸表面

• 要求客人不要参加,如果他们有症状,即使他们是温和的

• 列出参加的客人名单,以防您当地的公共卫生单位需要该名单进行联系追踪

• 提醒人们在活动期间遵循公共卫生建议

• 在准备和供应食物时,请在之前和经常洗手

• 让每个人在吃饭前后洗手

• 如果您免疫功能低下或患严重疾病的风险较高或接触 COVID-19covid 19,请考虑几乎或不参加活动


• 如果您有症状,即使症状较轻,也请呆在家里

• 在室内戴面罩,如果无法保持身体疏远或需要,则在室外穿一张脸

• 经常洗手或使用酒精洗手液

• 如果您免疫功能低下或患严重疾病的风险较高,且/或接触 COVID-19,请考虑几乎参加或不参加活动


• 如果您有症状,即使症状较轻,也请呆在家里

• 尽可能多地在户外耍花招或治疗

• 富有创意,将脸部遮盖成您的服装。请记住,服装面具不能代替面罩。服装面具不应戴在非医疗面罩或面罩上,因为如果服装面罩难以呼吸,可能会很危险。

• 不要挤在家门口 • 一次轮流走一次

• 不要为你的款待唱歌或大喊大叫

• 与送礼者保持简短的互动

• 经常使用洗手液,尤其是在处理面部遮盖之前和之后、触摸频繁接触的表面、从欺骗或治疗回家、处理或食用


• 无需清洁或消毒预包装的食品


• 如果您有症状,即使症状较轻,也不要参加万圣节庆祝活动

• 保持与欺骗或治疗者的互动短,并鼓励他们在收到你的治疗后继续前进

• 考虑在无法保持身体疏远时戴面罩

• 如果您正在打扮,请考虑将面部遮盖作为服装的一部分

• 只提供购买和包装的零食

• 不要要求魔术师或治疗者唱歌或为对待他们而大喊大叫

• 经常使用肥皂和水或洗手液清洁手

Banting Families...

Support in the Community

Sometimes you need some assistance.  Here are some links that can help you navigate the this difficult time.

有时你需要一些帮助。 下面是一些链接,可以帮助你浏览这个困难时期。