Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Latest guidance

The best place for children to learn is in a safe and supportive environment surrounded by their teachers, school staff and friends.

What won't change is our commitment to Nova Scotia's Inclusive Education Policy

There will continue to be a focus on equity by supporting students who are historically marginalized and racialized (African Nova Scotian and Mi'kmaw students) or who come from other groups that have been traditionally under-represented and under-served.

This includes but is not limited to those struggling with poverty, students with disabilities, newcomers, and 2SLGBTQIA+ students.

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Public Health Guidance for Schools

What is Public Health’s advice and expectations for school this year?

Public Health Guidance
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Returning to Class for 2021-22

What will the year look like in our schools and classrooms?

The Plan for the School Year
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Helpful resources including videos, posters and other documents.

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Information for Teachers

Guiding and supporting documents for curriculum and program needs.

Teacher Information

Plan Updates

Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and schools can be found here.
Nova Scotia has moved to at-home learning for the week of January 10-14, returning to in-person schooling on January 17.
Nova Scotia’s Proof of Vaccination Protocol and how it impacts extracurricular activities at school.