COVID-19 cases and classroom closures at St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland, Lincoln schools: September 19 to 25

Published September 26, 2021 at 11:55 am

The following is a summary of active COVID-19 cases reported by the District School Board of Niagara and Niagara Catholic District School Board for the week of September 19 to 25.

Residents are reminded that these cases weren’t necessarily transmitted in the schools themselves — they may have been transmitted elsewhere in the community.

The following schools are reporting active cases:

District School Board of Niagara:

  • Ferndale – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • Fitch Street – Cases: 4, closed classrooms: 3, school open
  • Gordon – Cases: 2, closed classrooms: 2, school open
  • Heximer Ave – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 5, school open
  • Jeanne Sauvé – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • Kate S Durdan – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • McKay – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • Nelles – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • Princess Elizabeth – Cases: 5, closed classrooms: 2, school open
  • Princess Margaret – Cases: 2, closed classrooms: 2, school open
  • Richmond Street – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 6, school open
  • River View – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • Senator Gibson – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 0, school open

Niagara Catholic District School Board:

  • Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 2, school open
  • Saint Michael Catholic High School – Cases: 3, closed classrooms: 6, school open
  • St. Christopher Catholic Elementary School – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • St. Mark Catholic Elementary School – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open
  • St. Mary Catholic Elementary School (Niagara Falls) – Cases: 1, closed classrooms: 1, school open

Be advised that some cases from earlier in the week may since be considered resolved and not listed.

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