It should be business as usual for the kids at Valour School in Petawawa Thursday.

They had been kept inside during recess Tuesday and Wednesday, after a bear cub was spotted near the school.

The Renfrew County District School Board says the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry was called in to trap the cub.

“The bear is still in the tree and a live trap has been set up by the MNR,” Communications Manager for the RCDSB Jonathan Laderoute said Wednesday. “What they’re trying to do is hoping the bear will come down to the trap and they’ll be able to tranquilize it and release it elsewhere.”

Late Wednesday afternoon, the school said the cub was tranquilized safely and relocated.

Laderoute said there was no sign of a mama bear while they were dealing with the cub Wednesday.

“Usually, if you see one, there’s one around the corner, but at this point we’re just aware of the cub.”