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Letter to Community – 10 August 2020


Thank you to all of the families that have been so supportive of the measures taken by the College and have followed the information that was circulated. The College has still only recorded two positive cases to this point. Of those who were identified as close contacts and have followed the processes recommended by DHHS there have not been any further positive cases identified. So, we have been very fortunate. If you were contacted by the College as potential close contact, but have not heard from DHHS, you are now able to go about your business under the State Government Stage 3 Restrictions. Thanks for your patience and understanding through this difficult time.

Commencing this Wednesday (12 August), the College is able to cater for the children of essential services workers, to attend school at the Coolock Campus. This will occur in the Drama Room of the Sister Aloysius Martyn Building. The protocols and guidelines have changed, so please ensure that you read the guidelines attached and complete the associated applications to attend. If you do not have approval you cannot enter the Campus. You will be contacted by a member of the College Leadership Team once you have approval.  Students who are attending will be completing the same remote learning curriculum as students who are learning from home.

There are students who are seeking to access the College for various resources. We have implemented a process, similar to earlier this year, for families to collect personal items this Thursday and Friday. Families will be required to register and collect the items during a scheduled booking time. The booking process is available via PAM from 1pm tomorrow, 11 August. Please click to the ‘Parent Teacher Interview’ tab and follow the prompts. Upon arrival at either campus, those entering will need to be registered for tracing purposes.

Thanks again for your ongoing support. We continue to pray for all in our community and across the world.

Yours sincerely

Mr Brian Turner, Principal