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May 05, 2021

Black Gold schools temporarily moving to At-Home Learning

Premier Jason Kenney yesterday announced new mandatory public health measures to help stop the spike of COVID-19 and protect Alberta’s health system. This circuit-breaker includes a temporary move to at-home learning for Kindergarten – Grade 12 students on Friday, May 7, 2021. Students will return to in-class learning on Tuesday, May 25. Pre-Kindergarten programs will… Read more »

January 04, 2021

Declaration of Choice of Learning Experience – Semester 2

Dear Black Gold parents/guardians, In preparation for the last half of the 2020/2021 school year, it is necessary that you complete a Declaration of Choice of Learning Experience – Semester 2 Form for each of your children. Whether you wish your child to remain with their current choice or to switch, it is very important… Read more »

November 30, 2020

Move to At-Home Learning for students.

WATCH | Black Gold School Division senior administrators discuss the temporary move, due to the state of public health emergency, to At-Home Learning for students.

July 13, 2020

Re-entry to schools in September 2020

The plan to reopen schools and school divisions is a fluid one, and is dependent upon the advice of the Province’s Chief Medical Officer. At Black Gold School Division, planning has been well underway for weeks as to what the re-entry to schools in September 2020 will look like for our students, staff and families…. Read more »

June 11, 2020

BGSD Remote Learning and Re-entry Parent Survey Results

Black Gold School Division recently invited parents/guardians of all students to complete a short survey to provide feedback on Remote Learning and provide input about considerations for when schools reopen. We asked parents/guardians to share their thoughts and were very pleased that 4,854 parents/guardians completed completed the survey, representing over 60% of Black Gold students…. Read more »