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COVID-19: school closures and absenteeism

  This is a summary of school closures in Ontario.

  Check your school board or school’s website for the most up to date information on school closures.

  Data is current as of 2:00 p.m. the previous business day.

  Last updated: May 6, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

  This report includes individual school closures that are due to operational impacts of COVID-19.

  It does not include:

  regional closures in a local public health unit areaclosures related to weather or power outagesThe table below is a list of schools and school boards that have reported staff and student absences. For each school, the table shows a combined percentage of student and staff who are reported as absent.

  School boards report all absences, including absences that may not be related to COVID-19 (for example, absences due to a medical appointment or a religious holiday).

  You can search by your school, school board or city.

  Last updated: May 6, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

  Data reported below reflects absences reported to us for May 5, 2022

  Every day, schools report to the Ministry of Education on:

  school closuresstudents and staff absencesData is current as of 2:00 p.m. the previous weekday.

  If there is a discrepancy between the school closure and/or absenteeism data reported here and data reported publicly by school board, consider the information reported by the school board to be the most up to date.

  Find previously published data about COVID-19 cases in Ontario schools from September to December 24, 2021.

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  The safety of students, teachers and community members is the

  department’s highest priority. If parents or carers have any

  concerns about access to the school they can contact the

  principal or relevant

  regional office.

  For the latest updates visit

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  Schools and parents should note that absences recorded as a

  result of an extreme weather event or natural disasters are not

  counted on a student’s report card nor in the school’s absence

  data.

  More information regarding absences due to extreme weather is

  included in this

  factsheet (DOCX, 172KB).

  Concerned parents should contact their principal or local

  education office for updated information about access to their

  children’s school and updated classroom arrangements.

  To obtain reliable, up-to-date information regarding a specific

  education and care service, parents are strongly encouraged to

  contact their service directly.

  For up-to-date information about closed early childhood

  education and care (ECEC) services, visit the Australian

  Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA)

  Service and temporary closure information webpage.

  The service and temporary closure information webpage displays

  key information about closed ECEC services in Queensland (and

  nationally) that are approved under the

  Education and Care Services National Law or Education and Care

  Services Act 2013 (Queensland).

  Approved Providers make the decision to close and re-open their

  education and care service/s and are required to notify the

  department within 24 hours of the service closing.

  Families using family day care are encouraged to contact their

  child’s educator for details regarding closures.

  For up-to-date TAFE Queensland closures visit

  TAFE Qld.

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