Message from Head of School
COVID-19 has rapidly changed the way we learn, work and live. We are all making adjustments and learning to manage new challenges. At Crofton House, our highest priority continues to be the safety and wellbeing of all members of our community.
With the Ministry of Education’s announcement on March 17 that in-class learning is suspended until further notice, our dedicated teachers and staff turned their attention to moving forward plans for remote learning. While this is a new approach for all of us, I know our teachers and students will rise to this challenge, and that through collaboration and creativity, exceptional learning will continue.
Most of our support staff is also working remotely but available via phone and email. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. Below is some information you might find helpful.
Crofton House is a strong and vibrant community and I have no doubt that we will come together to support each other and those in need and emerge even stronger than before. Finally, on behalf of all of us at Crofton House, I would like to thank everyone who is working to provide health care and other essential services at this critical time.
Head of School
The Admissions Department continues to connect with families and is open to all enquiries via phone and email. While there will be no in-person school tours or visits at this time, we are in the process of transitioning some of our spring admissions events to virtual gatherings. See Visit CHS for more information.
Crofton House is following the directives of British Columbia health officials who have banned gatherings of over 50 people in an effort to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. At this time, we have cancelled events until the end of April and are continuing to monitor the situation.
- COVID-19 Provincial Support and Information (The provincial government has created a website that collates much useful information)
- BC Centre for Disease Control
- BC Ministry of Health
- Canada Health Agency
- Government of Canada - Travel Advisories
- World Health Organization
- Ministry of Education - March 17 Letter from the Minister