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COVID-19: Regina Catholic school students ask officials to re-think transition to in-class learning

Regina school divisions extend remote learning until at least May 3 In the letter, students say the additional stress they’re feeling with the switch is “unnecessary.”“We believe that staying online for the remainder of the school year would be the best and smartest idea moving forward to keep your staff and students safe,” the letter goes on to read.Many of the students who signed their names are in Grade 11 and admit worrying about the rise of COVID-19 variant cases whilst studying for exams has becoming overwhelming, but that’s not the only worry students have.“The concerns I’d say I’m having is switching back and forth from these two systems is getting quite anxiety inducing,” said Pyper Nadon, another Grade 11 student from Riffel.

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