Chinook's Edge School Division Superintendent Kurt Sacher says the COVID-19 pandemic provided a historic challenge to CESD's teachers, students and parents as they tried to complete the 2019-2020 school year. Sacher notes the provincial government has three different scenarios it is looking at for schools in the fall. He is optimistic about getting back to face to face learning in the classroom, but CESD is preparing for the other options as well.
The Superintendent of Chinook's Edge School Division is reflecting on a difficult end to the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kurt Sacher praised the resiliency of CESD students.
He says the COVID-19 pandemic provided a historic challenge to CESD's teachers, students and parents as they tried to complete the 2019-2020 school year.
Sacher hopes Chinook's Edge can leverage the best of both worlds moving forward into the next school year.
Sacher notes Chinook's Edge staff members spent a lot of time during the latter stages of June just trying to really get their heads around the different scenarios the provincial government is contemplating for the fall.
The Chinook's Edge board of trustees has completed its annual Superintendent evaluation and congratulated Kurt Sacher on his nimble response and clear communication regarding the global health crisis.
The board also indicated it is please that he is at the beginning of a five year renewed contract.