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URGENT COVID NOTICE TO PARENTS:
YCDC has informed us there is a positive case of Covid-19 in the Gr. 6/7 classroom at SECS. The dates of exposure are Nov. 17th and 18th.
Parents of students in Gr. 6/7 are asked to refer to the letter below from YCDC in regard to student attendance this week.
The school is open for students that were not part of the exposure group, and for students in that group that are double vaccincated without symptoms of Covid-19. We are continuing to follow Yukon Education Covid protocols and guidelines.
Please call the school if you have any questions. 867-634-2231
Nov. 21 Positive Covid Notice:
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Welcome to Nicholas Vienneau, our Acting Principal for 2021-2022 school year!!
A Message From This Year’s Acting Principal, Nicholas Vienneau:
Hello Everyone! I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Nicholas Vienneau, I have had the honour of calling Yukon my home for the past 15 years. I taught at Ghuch Tla Community School in Carcross for two years before making the transition into Whitehorse. Since that time, I have taught at both the elementary and secondary levels as a teacher and LAT, as well as worked at the Department of Education as the Experiential Consultant. Most recently, I taught in Dawson City at the Individual Learning Centre (ILC) and was the acting Principal at JV Clark School in Mayo for the last 8 months. Each of these positions have offered challenging opportunities that have helped shape my professional career.
Experiential education and working closely with Yukon First Nation knowledge holders has always been a large part of my teaching career. Perhaps, most importantly I have had the great honour of observing, participating and seeing the value of integrating Yukon First Nations ways of knowing and doing into curriculum.
My family and I spend a lot of time outside enjoying learning and playing around the Yukon. When not at school you can usually find us hiking, fishing, cross country skiing along a host of many other outdoor activities with friends and family.
I am looking forward to working with staff students, school council, Champagne and Aishihik First Nations and the greater community this year in creating a vibrant, fun and exciting school year. I look forward to meeting everyone throughout the year. I know the power of collective teamwork paired with data driven, student centered initiatives and look forward to working with you all.
Welcome to our school web site! Most of our special events, schedules and policies can be found posted on the web site.
In the beautiful mountain valleys of the southwest Yukon, our school is surrounded by forests, lakes and glacier-topped mountains. We are less than two hours’ drive from Whitehorse and participate in many sports tournaments with teams from the city. As well, our Kindergarten to Grade 12 classes follow British Columbia curriculum with a Yukon, particularly First Nation, variation. Enjoy learning about our school. Contact us with comments or questions.
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COVID-19 Notices to Parents:
Feb. 2, 2021:
- UPDATED: COVID In School Skiing Protocol
Jan. 6, 2021:
- COVID 19 School Health & Safety Letter
Dec. 18, 2020:
- Updated Dec. 12/2020 SECS Detailed School
Health and Safety Operational Plan
Nov. 30, 2020:
- Staff/Parent Letter re Mask Use- Yukon
Nov. 26, 2020:
- Reminder of Learning during COVID survey
and update on Mask use in school.
Nov. 25, 2020:
- Update on School Health & Safety Guidelines
Nov. 20, 2020:
- Reminder in the event of COVID-19 case
connected to a school; Roles and
responsibilities if a case is connected to
schools; Q&A What happens if there is a
COVID-19 case connected to school?
Nov. 10, 2020:
- Update on Health & Safety guidelines this
Sept. 28, 2020:
- FAQ #2 for students and families: COVID-19
Sept 18, 2020:
- School sports during the 2020-21 school year
August 18, 2020:
- Parent Package: Sharing SECS Operational
June 10, 2020:
- Minister's Letter to Parents: Starting the
2020-21 School Year.
- Info for Parents/Students on Returning to
Classes in School.
- Guidance for K-12 School Settings.
May 20, 2020:
- Application: Financial Relief for
Families with children in K-12.
- DM Letter re: One-time Financial
Support for families in need.
April 21, 2020:
- SECS #2 Learning Continuity Plan
April 16, 2020:
- Talking and Sharing with Kids and Families
- COVID Counselling Services for
- Letter from Min. of Education
April 10, 2020 - SECS #1 Learning Continuity Plan Parent Letter
April 7, 2020 - Letter from Min. of Education
April 7, 2020 - Yukon Learning Continuity Requirements
April 7, 2020 - FAQ for Students and Families
April 1, 2020
March 23, 2020
COVID-19 FAQ For Schools March 23, 2020
March 18, 2020
March 13, 2020
For the most up to date Yukon Government information on COVID-19 please visit: