Update April 29, 2020

Monday, May 4th our Maintenance staff will return to work with all COVID 19 safety protocol to be followed and respected.   Mike Hurd will be holding a conference call on Friday, May 1 @ 8:30 AM with Maintenance staff to discuss a plan going forward.

10 Month Employees will continue to work from home, unless specifically requested to be on site.  At this time, Monday, May 11th will be the earliest date these employees will return to working on site.  This date is tentative, so continue to watch for updates.

12 Month Employees will continue to work from home unless specifically requested to be on site until May 11th inclusive. This date is tentative so continue to watch for updates.   Those caretakers who do daily checks of their facilities will continue to do so.

Re-opening Saskatchewan Plan recently released by Premier Scott  Moe is a plan for re-opening the provincial economy.  The plan serves as a guideline for businesses and services to gradually re-open and allow for more people to return to work.

The re-opening process is set to happen in five phases. As restrictions are gradually lifted, the Government of Saskatchewan and it’s Chief Medical Health Officer will carefully monitor daily the COVID 19 situation in our province as we proceed to move forward.

Education is considered to be in phase five of the plan.  While phases one and two are scheduled to be implemented by May 19th, 2020, dates for implementations of the other phases are yet to be determined.