Fraser Health lists total of 15 public schools as well as four independent schools.
Fraser Health reports that 15 public schools and four independent schools have been exposed to COVID-19 since Sept. 16.
As cases of school-aged children have increased sharply, the province has resumed posting COVID school exposures since Sept. 28
A student or staff member who attends school while infected is considered an “exposure”. (A person can spread the disease even before they are aware of it.
Abbotsford Christian School (ACS), has moved to remote learning for students in Kindergarten through Grade 6. This was due to “a variety of cases” as well as “close contacts across grades.”
Fraser Health’s online school exposures lists show that ACS’s secondary and middle schools were exposed on Sept. 15-17, 20-24 and 20-24 respectively. The exposure dates for the elementary school were Sept. 21-23.
Mennonite Educational Institute (Sept. 21-25, 27-28 and 27-28), St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary School (Sept. 23-24, 27-29 and 27-29), and Cornerstone Christian (21-24, 27-30 and Oct. 1).
The following are local public schools that have been exposed (listed on the site as of Wednesday, October 6):
* Abbotsford Middle School, Sept. 23-24 and 27-30;
* Abbotsford School of the Integrated Arts, Sumas Mountain Campus – Sept. 17-20;
* Abbotsford Senior Secondary, Sept. 20
* Alexander Elementary – Sept. 21-23
Clayburn Middle – Sept. 17, 21-24, and 27-28
* Dormick park Elementary – Sept. 20-22
* Fraser Middle – Sept. 17-20;
* Godson Elementary – Sept. 23rd;
* Howe Middle – Sept. 23rd;
* Prince Charles Elementary, Sept. 22-23
* Robert Bateman Secondary- Sept. 17, 20-24, and 27
* Sandy Hill Elementary – Sept. 27
* Upper Sumas Elementary- Sept. 17 & 20
* W. J. Mouat Secondary Sept. 27-29, and
* Yale Secondary – Sept. 16-17
After 14 days of last exposure, schools are removed from Fraser Health’s list.
Fraser Health notifies families if their child is close to a person who has tested positive.
Children from families that do not receive a call or a letter can still attend school and be monitored for any symptoms.