FCSS Office Updates
UPDATE December 15th, 2020
Hope everyone is staying safe and well this Holiday season.
The Stettler & District FCSS is OPEN to the public! We are also available for calls, emails or Facebook messages to help with any questions or concerns, or finding and accessing supports or resources in this time.
Our primary concern is to continue to provide essential services within the community, while maintaining the health and well-being of community members.
If you are in need of income tax preparation for the 2019 tax year, please call ahead to make arrangements.
We do have a public computer that can be access by appointment for essential services.
For outreach supplies, we are available to supply to one client at a time.
Please feel free to call us at 403-742-2337 with any questions or concerns and we will do our very best to assist you. Thank you for your understanding and patience at this time. Please everyone take proper precautions and be safe.
December 2020 Announced Restrictions
The Alberta Premier Jason Kenny has declared a second state of public health emergency as of Tuesday November 24th. This was followed by stronger public health measures effective December 8th 2020. These new measures will be in place until January 12th 2021
Provided below is a link to see the restrictions and find details.
COVID-19 Information for Parents
For frequently asked questions for our families on the upcoming school year and a safe learning environment, see the following links:
Link Below Provides Information about changes for Grades 7-12 beginning November 30th 2020
The Link Below provides information about at home learning from January 4th-8th 2021
When referring to Clearview Public Schools COVID-19 Information, please use this link:
Alberta K-12 School Re-entry
COVID-19 School Status Map
Daily Alberta Covid-19 Updates:
Government of Alberta
COVID-19 Info for Albertans
This website provides an update on everything Albertans should know about the on going Pandemic. This includes symptoms, restrictions, supports and more.
Alberta Biz Connect
Workplace guidance and supports to help businesses and non-profits affected by COVID-19 begin to reopen and resume operations safely. This can be found on the Alberta website.
Important health helpline phone numbers in Alberta:
The Stettler Regional Emergency Management Agency (SREMA) resident hotline, 403-742-7300, will be open from 8:30 AM-4:30 PM daily. Please contact the hotline with questions and concerns regarding our regional response to COVID-19, and questions and concerns with Town or County operations and services.
Have a fever or cough?
Conduct the AHS Self-Assessment
Do not go to emergency, medical clinic or your doctor’s office
Health Link officials at 8-1-1 will arrange testing
Visit Alberta Health Services for more info.