Public Health

As of March 21st, masks are no longer mandatory but are encouraged. All students should respect the decisions of others as we move forward during this time. Please refer to this link for additional information from OCDSB: 
COVID-19 Response

Please remember that your child should be kept at home when they are feeling unwell. This speeds up the recovery process and also prevents the spread of germs. Encourage proper hand washing frequently to prevent the spread of infection.

To find out more information on hand hygiene and many other health topics written by local health experts, please visit the Parenting in Ottawa website at the link provided below. Parenting in Ottawa is a resource for parents created by Ottawa Public Health and its community partners.

If you have questions about parenting children from birth to 18 years in Ottawa or are you looking for ways to connect with and support other parents you can join the Parenting in Ottawa Facebook page.

The Parenting in Ottawa Facebook page is moderated by Ottawa Public Health and is updated by a Registered Nurse Monday to Friday, 8:00am - 3:00pm (excluding holidays). It's our mission to share information, respond to your parenting questions and create a safe place for parents to get together to chat about raising kids in Ottawa. See the link below to join the page:

You can also call our Ottawa Public Health Information Centre at 613-PARENTS [613-727-3687].


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