There has been further easing of Tasmanian wide COVID restrictions and as of the beginning of Term 3, schools will be able to welcome parents into classrooms for quick drop offs and pick-ups. Parents are reminded that 1.5m distancing is still in place. Parents who are at school for longer periods for LIL, assemblies and parent meetings will still need to complete a screening process via the school office.
We will be unlocking the gates in the morning at 8.30am for morning drop- offs and then locking them again at 9.10am. Gates will be unlocked in the afternoon at 2.50pm for end of day pick up. We remind parents that if they are waiting to pick up children within the school grounds, they will need to adhere to physical distancing of 1.5m around any other adults.
Please remember that the parking area in front of the school is for quick drop offs and pick-ups only, and parents must remain near their car. We will be requesting Police to monitor this regularly to ensure traffic continues to move efficiently.
We thank you for your support throughout this time and we really appreciate your consideration with the restrictions that have been in place.
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Return to school - 25th May
22 May 2020
Not long now until we have all our students back!
Please ensure you have familiarised yourself (and your children) with our changed pick up and drop off routines.
Please see below some important information that you might like to share with your child about how their school day might look a little different!
Once again, we thank you all for your ongoing support. Any questions, please contact the school office or message our Facebook page.
Migrant Resource Centre North has asked us to share information via the below link to all families. It looks to be a valuable and accessible way of sharing information in all languages, especially around the current Covid-19 situation.