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Spring 2021

Current Public Health Orders in Manitoba


[07/14/21] The Province of Manitoba will implement the second phase of the “4-3-2-One Great Summer” reopening path on Saturday, July 17, Premier Brian Pallister and Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, announced today. More information is available at this link. The new public health orders will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, July 17 and are scheduled to expire on Saturday, August 7. For up-to-date information on public health orders in Manitoba, visit https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/prs/index.html

[06/23/21] Manitoba will move ahead with the first milestone of its “4-3-2 One Great Summer” reopening path as of Saturday, June 26, Premier Brian Pallister and Manitoba’s Chief Provincial Public Health Officer Dr. Brent Roussin announced today. More information is available
at this link. The Province of Manitoba is now at an ORANGE — RESTRICTED pandemic response level. Following the COVID-19 safety fundamentals, including indoor mask use and physical distancing, is still required. The updated public health orders are scheduled to expire Monday, August 2 to coincide with the next milestone in the “4-3-2 One Great Summer” reopening path. 

[06/09/21] A new set of public health orders start on Saturday, June 12 and include provisions for outdoor gatherings with up to five people in public spaces and on private property. However, measures in current public health orders will remain in place to reduce the strain on Manitoba’s healthcare system as well as COVID-19 transmission rates. These new public health orders will remain in effect until Saturday, June 26. The Province of Manitoba remains at a RED – CRITICAL pandemic response level. 

[06/02/21] Environment and Climate Change Canada is forecasting above-normal temperatures in Manitoba starting today and persisting into early next week. This system will bring hot conditions to southern Manitoba, with some areas experiencing extreme heat for several days. The Province of Manitoba is allowing for the operation of outdoor pools or splash pads at hotels, campgrounds, and other private businesses, but the restrictions on gatherings and interactions with people who do not reside at the same private residence continue to apply. The orders will go into effect today at 2 p.m. and will be in place until Saturday, June 12.
 
[05/27/21] New, strengthened public health orders are being put in place for the next two weeks to encourage Manitobans to stay at home to reduce COVID-19 transmission rates and to help protect the healthcare system, Premier Brian Pallister and Dr. Brent Roussin, Chief Provincial Public Health Officer, announced today. The new set of public health orders take effect from Saturday, May 29 until Saturday, June 12. The Province of Manitoba remains at a RED – CRITICAL response level.

[05/25/21] All current public health orders, including those implemented during the long weekend, will remain in effect until Saturday, May 29. The Province of Manitoba remains at a RED – CRITICAL response level. 

[05/20/21] Further to current public health orders, additional restrictions will be in effect from Saturday, May 22 until Wednesday, May 26. The Province of Manitoba remains at a RED – CRITICAL response level. 

[05/07/21] The Province of Manitoba is implementing strict new public health orders as of Sunday, May 9 to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the strain on the healthcare system. The Province of Manitoba remains at a RED – CRITICAL response level, whereas the updated restrictions will remain in effect until May 30, 2021.

Implementation of PRS Level Red — Critical


[06/03/21] UPDATE — All Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools in Winnipeg and Brandon, as well as the Garden Valley and Red River Valley school divisions, will remain in remote learning until the end of the school year, with the ability to invite small groups to campus during scheduled times for in-person supports, assessments, and transition planning as of Monday, June 14.

[05/27/21] UPDATE — Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools currently learning remotely in the cities of Winnipeg and Brandon, and in the Red River Valley and Garden Valley school divisions, will continue until Monday, June 7.   

[05/09/21] As a proactive measure and to mitigate increasing transmission of COVID-19, all Kindergarten to Grade 12 schools in Winnipeg and Brandon will move to remote learning, effective Wednesday, May 12, until May 30, Education Minister Cliff Cullen announced today.
Balmoral Hall School will implement off-campus learning for all except students in Kindergarten to Grade 6 who are the child(ren) of a critical services worker (CSW) who cannot make alternative care arrangements provided that they are not required to self-isolate. In addition, we will be able to accommodate Kindergarten to Grade 12 high-risk students and those with special needs. Click here to learn more. BH Beginnings Child Care and Junior Kindergarten will continue to operate per Manitoba’s current public health guidance for childcare and early learning centres.

Balmoral Hall School Planning

  • Balmoral Hall School's Fall 2020 Reopening Plan _ Updated May 4, 2021

    [UPDATE — 05/04/21] Manitoba Education has issued the following update on the COVID-19 dashboard for student and school staff cases.
     
    As of Tuesday, May 4, the dashboard will no longer report a separate count for variants of concern (VOC). VOC cases will be included in the overall COVID-19 case counts. This change is due to public health officials streamlining the case investigation process for VOC.  More information, including Frequently Asked Questions, can be found at www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/fundamentals/variants.html
     
    Information on schools in full remote learning will be reported on the dashboard as of May 4.
     
    The COVID-19 Dashboard: Student and School Staff Cases in Manitoba can be found at https://manitoba.ca/covid19/schools/index.html.

Balmoral Hall School

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Our mission at Balmoral Hall School is to inspire girls' imagination and the courage to excel, to reach, to lead, to care.

We are an independent day and boarding school, offering an exceptional all-girls education from child care, starting at age 2, to Grade 12.