Cheryl Gilmore Cheryl Gilmore

More Lethbridge students returning to the classroom

Lethbridge students back in the classroom after weeks of online learning “We had a total of 178 students move from at home learning to in school learning, and 72 move from in school learning to at home learning,” Cheryl Gilmore, superintendent of schools at Lethbridge School Division, said.The biggest change was in kindergarten to grade 5.

The final pivot point was pushed back about two weeks to give parents more time to consider their options following the Christmas break.

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