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For the benefit of our members, we've put all the information we have shared online here and will update as we move forward during this unique time.
May 30 Our Update
May 29 Video from Dr Henry to educators and school staff
May 28 Our Update
May 23 Our Update
May 22 Ministry of Ed Planning Guide for Teachers
May 21 Our Update
May 20 Virtual Town Hall with Min Fleming and BCSTA President (recorded)
May 17 Our Update
May 15 Parent FAQ Updated
May 15 Ministry Media Release re optional in-class instruction with BCCPAC quoted
May 15 Media Briefing with Premier Horgan, Min Fleming, Dr. Bonnie Henry, and Katrina Chen, Minister of State for Child Care (recorded)
May 12 Provincial Survey for families (to May 31)
May 11 Update
May 8 Ministry of Ed Integrated Planning Framework K-12 
May 6 Update
May 4 Update
May 2 Questions with Kids and Answers from Dr Henry and Min Fleming (recorded)
April 29 Update
April 26 Update
April 24 Statements in media from Minister Fleming
April 23 Launch of Good News in Education site with info about how we are working together
April 21 Ministry Media Release re ensuring students get meals/food
April 20 Ministry Media Release re Educational Assistants
April 18 Ministry Media Release with Quote from President Sinclair - re technology access
April 7 MoE FAQ document updated - also in French, in Chinese, in Punjabi, in Arabic, in Farsi, in Korean, in Tagalog
April 1 Update MoE FAQ Document - also in Chinese, in Punjabi, in Arabic, in Farsi, in Korean, in Tagalog
March 27 Ministry Media Release with Quote from President Sinclair
March 25 MoE FAQ Document - also in Chinese, in Punjabi, in Arabic, in Farsi, in Korean, in Tagalog
March 17 Letter from the Minister - also in French, in Chinese, in Punjabi, in Farsi

Effective March 17 in-classroom instruction was suspended indefinitely in all schools across BC. Please know that many groups and individuals are working diligently together to ensure communication and the continuity of learning continues. This is an unprecedented and significant undertaking.

On behalf of parents and members, President Andrea Sinclair and CEO John Gaiptman attend all regular meetings/calls with the Minister of Education Rob Fleming, Deputy Minister of Education, Scott McDonald, and all the key stakeholders in the K-12 education sector (unions, ed partner associations, First Nations associations, and independent school associations). A Continuity of Learning Opportunities Advisory Group has been struck and BCCPAC is part of that group. We will share information as we are able.

Please don't speculate, jump to conclusions or make assumptions. Rely on factual information. As parents/guardians in public education, your trusted and accurate sources for K-12 information are BCCPAC, the Ministry of Education, your School District, your local DPAC, your School staff and your PAC. Know who and where to direct your inquiries...and no its not into your echo chamber on social media or opinion/analysis pieces in mainstream media.

The Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education have been providing regular updates. The Ministry of Education per consultation with the PHO Dr Henry is working with the sector on coordinated response under these guiding principles:
- Maintain the health and safety of students and workers
- Providing services and communicating to families especially those of our essential health care workers
- Supporting vulnerable students including those with diverse abilities and disabilities
- Continuity of educational opportunities for students
Resources and Information: (We have only posted information regarding free resources for families on our Facebook and Twitter accounts)