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List of COVID-19 school exposures and outbreaks in Saskatchewan

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, and students, staff and teachers get into a new back-to-school routine, Global News is tracking exposures connected to the Saskatchewan education system.

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Outbreaks

NEW June 13: St. Mary’s School, North Battleford

June 13: Sacred Heart School (Gr. 6), Moose Jaw

June 13: Sacred Heart School (Gr. 5), Moose Jaw

NEW June 12: Bethlehem Catholic High School, Saskatoon

NEW June 12: Milestone School, Milestone

June 10: William Grayson, Moose Jaw

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June 9: Swift Current Comprehensive High School, Swift Current

June 5: St. Marguerite School, Saskatoon

June 5: Holy Cross High School, Saskatoon

June 2: Legacy Christian Academy, Saskatoon

May 27: Prince Arthur Community School. Moose Jaw

May 26: Henry Braun Elementary, Regina

May 23: Grant Road School, Regina

May 22: Eastend School, Eastend

May 20: Ahtahkakoop Cree Nations School, Ahtahkakoop

May 17: École Massey Elementary School, Regina

May 15: Valley View Community School, Beauval

May 11: Westgate Early Learning Center, Saskatoon

May 9: E. D. Feehan Catholic High School, Saskatoon

May 9: Shaunavon Public School, Shaunavon

May 6: Waldheim School, Waldheim

May 5: Gull Lake School, Gull Lake

April 3: Whitewood School, Whitewood

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April 29: Lakeview Elementary School, Meadow Lake

April 28: Macklin School K to 12, Macklin

April 28: Glen Elm Community School, Regina

April 28: St. Michael’s Elementary School, Moose Jaw

April 21: Bengough School, Bengough

April 9: St. Edwards Elementary School, Saskatoon

April 6: Rendell Park School, Lloydminster

April 4: Pangman School, Pangman

April 1: W.H. Ford School, Regina

COVID-19 Exposures

Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation

June 3: Ahtahkakoop School — bus (eight cases)

Balcarres

June 1: Balcarres School (one case)

Belle Plaine

June 4: Belle Plaine Hutterite School (one case)

Caronport

June 12: Caronport Elementary – Afterschool program (one case)

Englefeld

May 31: Englefeld School (two cases)

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Gull Lake

May 30: Gull Lake School (high school) (one case)

Hague

June 5: Hague Elementary School (one case)

Hodgeville

June 3: Hodgeville School (two cases)

Lloydminster

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June 3: Holy Rosary High School (one case)

Martensville

June 3: École Holy Mary Catholic School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 2: Martensville high school (one case)

Maryfield

June 4: Maryfield School (one case)

Meadow Lake

May 30: Jonas Samson Middle School (one case)

Milestone

June 12: Milestone School (one case)

Moose Jaw

June 12: Lindale School (one case)

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June 12: St. Agnes School (one case)

June 12: Sacred Heart Elementary School (two cases)

June 8: William Grayson (two cases)

June 5: Phoenix Academy (one case)

June 3: Palliser Heights School (one case)

June 3: Westmount School (three cases)

June 3: Vanier Collegiate High School (three cases)

North Battleford

June 11: St. Mary’s School (one case)

June 11: Notre Dame School (two cases)

June 4: North Battleford Comprehensive High School (one case)

May 30: Lawrence Elementary School (one case)

Prince Albert

June 1: Red Wing School (two cases)

May 30: St. Michael School (one case)

Regina

June 13: Imperial Community School (two cases, close contacts notified)

June 12: Thom Collegiate (one case, close contacts notified)

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June 9: St. Bernadette School (one case)

June 9: Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School (one case)

June 9: Sheldon-Williams Collegiate (one case)

June 4: St. Francis Community School (one case)

June 4: Gladys McDonald School (one case)

June 4: St. Timothy School (one case)

June 4: St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School (two cases)

June 3: Michael A. Riffel Catholic High School (one case)

June 3: Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School (one case)

June 2: Scott Collegiate (two cases)

June 2: Balfour Collegiate (two cases)

June 1: École St. Angela Merici (one case)

May 30: Henry Janzen School (one case, remote learning begins for affected students)

May 30: W.H. Ford School (one case, remote learning begins for affected students)

May 30: École Centennial School (one case, remote learning begins for affected students)

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Saskatoon

June 14: St. Nicholas Catholic School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 14: St. Mary’s Wellness and Education Centre (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 13: École St. Peter School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 12: École Saskatoon French School (two cases, affected classed move to online learning)

June 12: Walter Murray Collegiate (two cases)

June 12: Bethlehem High School (two cases)

June 12: Marion M. Graham Collegiate (one case)

June 12: Prince Philip School (three cases)

June 11: Bishop Pocock School (one case, affected class/cohort moves to online learning)

June 11: Sylvia Fedoruk School (two cases)

June 11: Saskatoon Christian School (one case)

June 10: Bethlehem Catholic High School (one case, affected cohort moves to online learning)

June 9: River Heights School (one case)

June 9: Saskatoon Polytechnic – welding (one case)

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June 9: Bishop Pocock School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 9: St. Luke School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 8: Global Gathering Place (one case)

June 7: St. Frances Cree Bilingual School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 7: Bishop Pocock School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 7: St. Marguerite School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

June 6: St. Frances Cree Bilingual School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 6: Holy Cross High School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 5: John Dolan School (one case)

June 5: St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic School (one case)

June 5: École St. Gerard School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 5: St. Augustine School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 5: St. Marguerite School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

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June 5: Howard Coad School (one case)

June 4: St. Bernard School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 4: Holy Cross High School (two cases, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 3: St. Frances Cree Bilingual School — Bateman location (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 3: St. Frances Cree Bilingual School — buses #12 and #16 (one case on each bus)

June 3: Holy Cross High School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 3: Bishop Murray High School (two cases, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

June 3: Bishop Murray High School — bus 356 (one case)

June 2: Holy Family School (one case)

June 2: King George Community School (one case)

June 1: Alerces Spanish Preschool and Kindergarten (one case)

May 31: St. Michael Community School (one case, affected class moves to online learning)

May 30: Holy Cross High School (two cases, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

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May 30: Sask Polytech – Culinary Arts Program (one case)

May 30: St. Bernard School (one case, affected classes/cohorts move to online learning)

Swift Current

May 30: Central School (one case)

Tompkins

May 31: Tompkins School (one case)

Watrous

June 6: Carlton Trail College (one case)


This list will continue to be updated as more exposures are announced.

Questions about COVID-19? Here are some things you need to know:

Symptoms can include fever, cough and difficulty breathing — very similar to a cold or flu. Some people can develop a more severe illness. People most at risk of this include older adults and people with severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease. If you develop symptoms, contact public health authorities.

To prevent the virus from spreading, experts recommend frequent handwashing and coughing into your sleeve. They also recommend minimizing contact with others, staying home as much as possible and maintaining a distance of two metres from other people if you go out. In situations where you can’t keep a safe distance from others, public health officials recommend the use of a non-medical face mask or covering to prevent spreading the respiratory droplets that can carry the virus. In some provinces and municipalities across the country, masks or face coverings are now mandatory in indoor public spaces.

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