Lawrence Park News
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Interested in learning more about Blyth Academy Lawrence Park? Here is our April 2020 campus newsletter to see events, news and much more!
Lawrence Park student, Cooper, recently celebrated his 18th birthday at the beginning of April. Because of the pandemic, he was unable to celebrate with all his friends like he originally planned.
To keep our staff and students safe and help slow the spread of this virus, our school is currently operating with virtual classrooms, and our 3D printer has been operating around the clock to produce comfortable and flexible plastic headbands for face shields.
Interested in learning more about Blyth Academy Lawrence Park? Here is our Term Three 2020 campus newsletter to see events, news and much more!
As we approach the beginning of Term 4, I wanted to reach out once again to our broader community and express my profound gratitude and congratulations for the work that is being done by our parents, students and staff in our new virtual environment.
Next term, Blyth Academy Lawrence Park is introducing Harry Potter and the Critical Lens — an exploration of the cultural phenomenon. The Grade 12 course will place Harry Potter in its social, cultural and educational context.
Following direction from the Ministry, all Blyth Academy campuses will remain closed until May. We will continue to follow the direction of the Ministry of Education and campuses will reopen once it is deemed safe and appropriate to do so.
I’m delighted and very proud of the fact that we’ve been able to maintain much of that “personal” element through our virtual classrooms. I’d like to thank our fabulous faculty, and also you students and parents, for being so responsive and engaged.
After the first few days of virtual learning for our students, we sat down with Principal of Blyth Academy Lawrence Park, Luke Coles, to discuss how the LP community is adjusting to the virtual world.
Though our doors are temporarily closed, the minds of our students will remain open. Our students will continue their academic journey through virtual classrooms.
The Ontario government has made the decision to close all publicly funded schools for two weeks following March Break due to COVID-19 concerns. The safety of our students is Blyth Academy’s number one priority. All Blyth Academy campuses will also be closed from March 14-April 5.