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Learn about the health and safety measures for all public and private schools. These health and safety measures support safe in-person learning for students and staff for the 2022-23 school year.
Public and private schools  are open for full-time in-person learning. Remote learning continues to be an option for students and families.
For the 2022-23 school year, schools will:
Students, teachers, school staff and visitors should self-screen for symptoms of COVID‑19 every day before going to school.
Use the COVID‑19 school and child care screening tool to assess your child or yourself for symptoms. The results will tell you:
Schools will continue to have enhanced cleaning practices. This includes cleaning high-touch surfaces, like eating areas, washrooms, doorknobs and desks at least once a day.
School boards will continue to implement ventilation best practices and make upgrades to improve ventilation in all classrooms. This includes:
Schools are encouraged to support outdoor education where possible and open windows where this augments ventilation for classrooms and learning environment and it is safe to do so.
We have deployed over 100,000 HEPA filter units and other ventilation devices to schools.
Check your school board’s website to find out about their ventilation measures.
Students and staff in publicly funded schools will have access to rapid antigen tests that can be used if needed. Distribution of tests and directions for use will follow provincial testing guidance.
The Ministry of Education is responsible for child care and for administering the system of publicly funded elementary and secondary school education in Ontario.
There are many ways to contact the Government of Ontario.


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