More schools in North Vancouver and West Vancouver have reported coronavirus exposures in the past week.
One cohort of students at West Vancouver Secondary has been told to monitor for potential symptoms after being exposed to a person with coronavirus Dec. 7 to Dec. 10.
Also in West Vancouver, a Grade 11 student at Collingwood private school’s Morven campus tested positive and two other students have been told to self-isolate, according to a letter that went out to parents on Thursday.
Families of students at North Vancouver’s Carson Graham Secondary in a “multi-grade” class have also been warned of a possible COVID-19 exposure Dec. 7 to Dec. 9.
Among elementary students, a Grade 1 class at Upper Lynn in North Vancouver has been told to monitor for symptoms after being exposed to someone with coronavirus Dec. 7 to Dec. 9.
Families at Vancouver Waldorf School’s Grade School in Lynn Valley also warned of potential exposure to coronavirus on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
This is the last week of classes for public school students in B.C. before the two-week winter vacation.
Dr. Bonnie Henry, the province's medical health officer, has rejected calls to extend the Christmas break, saying that would do more harm than good and that schools are not significant sources of COVID-19 transmission.