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Health and Safety

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The health and safety of all students and staff is our first priority at Edmonton Catholic Schools. As part of this commitment, we have compiled information on preventative tips and strategies for keeping your child healthy and safe.

Health and Safety Fact Sheet 2020-2021

The Joint Consortium for School Health, a partnership of 25 Ministries of Health and Education across Canada working to promote a Comprehensive School Health approach to health and wellbeing in schools, has developed a tool for evaluating the status of health in schools.

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Measles is a highly contagious virus that can cause serious health problems, such as brain swelling (encephalitis), seizures, hearing loss or even death.

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Outbreaks of mumps in Manitoba and the United States in the past several months are a reminder that vaccine-preventable infections, including mumps, are still a risk to health, including here in Alberta.

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Plan ahead to arm yourself and your family against influenza this season!

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Fentanyl is an opioid (painkiller) that can be used safely when it is prescribed by a professional and taken as directed. But it is also being made and sold illegally. Fentanyl is very toxic.

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