More than 20 Sask First Nations schools closed due to COVID-19 fears – CBC

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More than 20 Sask First Nations schools closed due to COVID-19 fears – CBC

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Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations expects more closures as case counts rise

Oct 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the closure of at least 20 schools on Saskatchewan First Nations, according to the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.

The FSIN says it expects that number to climb in the coming days.

“Mornings are all about Zoom and Google Meet,” Big Island Lake Cree Nation mother of six Julie Sandfly said with a laugh.

Sandfly said she and her husband, Joseph Keesaynew, work hard to ensure their kids don’t fall behind in their education while their school is closed.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/more-than-20-sask-first-nations-schools-closed-due-to-covid-19-fears-1.5782978

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