A Message from the Editor-in-Chief of Al-Mohajer Newspaper
To our distinguished advertisers and readers, 

With businesses opening up again, we’re going back to work. Our children are back to school under the appropriately placed health measures and safety precautions that the Greater Essex County District School Board has taken upon themselves to administer. With the challenges that reveal themselves with something as significant as a global pandemic come necessary adjustments to everyday life that we need to adhere to, to be able to adapt to our new normal and fight on hand-in-hand, metaphorically speaking, as a collective community. We are pleased, and more determined than ever, to continue serving our community in Windsor and Essex County and neighbouring areas with the same business-minded, cultural, and intellectually driven media that we can possibly offer. We look forward to continuing our work and playing our part in our community. 

We want to remind our readers that it is more important than ever to be mindful and adhere to the safety and health measures administered by our governments and medical professionals that are put in place to stop and minimize the spread of COVID-19. As always, if you have any inquiries, please contact Reda at (519) 258-9690 or (519) 996-1771 or email us at almohajer@hotmail.ca. 

We want to thank all of our readers and advertisers for the continued support. As always, we cherish your engagement and partnership and use that support to propel us to greater heights. 

Sincerely,
Reda Mansour 
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief of Al-Mohajer Newspaper






Request for Change
- Deadline October 19th -

To allow for planning and preparation, the deadline to request a change in learning model for students will be Monday, October 19th. A form will be available on-line through the GECDSB website, www.publicboard.ca ,​​ beginning on Wednesday, October 14th, closing at 4:00 p.m. on October 19th.  A child's first and last name, student number and date of birth will be required information. ​Parents / guardians of elementary students may submit their request to change from the current learning model to: in-person​; remote - virtual or paper packages. Secondary students may change from the current model to either in-person adapted or remote - virtual. The re-entry dates will be November 9th for elementary students changing learning models and November 12th for secondary students.​ No changes will be accommodated after the October 19th date for elementary or secondary students at this time. Another opportunity will be provided to parents / guardians to change the learning model for this school year in January 2021.

For more information contact Public Relations Officer Scott Scantlebury @ 519-255-3200 ext. 10224.