Mr Noort’s Grade 4 class is taking Digital Citizenship at Lacombe Christian School. Photo supplied by Alison Niemeijer, Lacombe Christian School

Photos: All masked up and ready to learn

Lacombe’s back to school week has been one of masks, hand sanitizer and staggered entry dates

École Secondaire Lacombe Composite High School had a staggered back to school this week with all classes resuming Sept. 4. School re-entry was staggered across the Wolf Creek Division.

Children went back to class at Lacombe Christian School on Sept. 1. Mask use is mandatory for children in Grades 4 and up across the province.

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Teachers (left to right) Danielle Raugust, Christy Wyse, Kandice Adamson, and Kessie Steffanyk are ready to teach at Ècole Secondaire Lacombe Composite High School. The school staggered their entry starting Sept.1. Photo supplied by Carrie Hubbard

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