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Written by Master Dao on Monday, January 03, 2022

2022 T1 Winter Term Delayed for 2-3 Weeks

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As just announced this morning, the Ford government has decided to revert back to a modified stage 2 and we are forced to lockdown once again.

While we don't agree with this decision for our school, the hospitalization ICU rates are escalating. We have no choice but to obey the orders. 

What Happens to the 2022 T1 Winter Term

We plan to resume in-person classes when schools are reopened. At this time, schools are set to reopen on January 17, so this may mean a 2-3 week delayed start for the 2022 T1 Winter Term. 

We still plan to run a full 14 weeks of classes for the 2022 T1 Winter Term (plus a 1 week break for the March Break Camp) which means the 2022 T1 Winter Term will end sometime end of April or early May. This will help to greatly simplify our administration and accounting efforts.

If the delay is more than 3 weeks, we will reduce the number of weeks for the 2022 T2 Summer Term and adjust the token prices accordingly.

Live Streaming Online Classes

Starting NEXT WEEK (January 10 onwards), we will be offering optional Live Streaming Online Classes with Master Dao on select days and times (schedule to be determined and announced in the next couple of days). There will be a reduced fee of $15/class + HST. 

Any students (adults and children) that have purchased tokens for the 2022 T1 Winter Term will be able to reserve a spot and participate through Zoom. 

Once we go back to in-person classes, we will settle the bill and send you an invoice.

Thank You For Your Understanding and Support!

We have been able to navigate through this pandemic and all signs are pointing to a final wave.  

We appreciate all your support throughout this time and we must continue to persevere through it together.

 

加油! Jiāyóu!

(Keep it up!)

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