Principal’s Update July 1, 2020

Principal’s Update

1st July, 2020

Dear Parents/Carers

COVID-19 Update. We are waiting for Phase 5 to be announced to start on 17th July. Once we are notified of the restrictions such as the two square metre rule being removed, we can go ahead with assemblies, discos and athletics carnivals.

The cleaners will continue with their cleaning schedule again next term. We will continue to encourage students to wash their hands regularly and to follow good hygiene practices.

Student Semester 1 Reports. The students’ reports will be posted on Connect at 2.30 this Friday, 3rd July. Parents are reminded that teachers have not allocated grades this semester but have given an effort rating. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any queries.

Merit Awards. Here are the Merit Award recipients for June 25th. Congratulations!

Emmy H, Isabella M, Charlie M, Bailey H, Lucca W, Zac D, Lakyiah F, Lucy F, Mia L, Sarah S, Sara S, Annita M, Alex M, Peyton H, Sophia P, Hudson P, Charlie S, Macy M, Maddie M, Jethro J, Natalia W, James W, Theo G, Sofiya P, Connor M, Jack M, Ashton C, Hiru K, Mina T, Henry G

School Development Day. Parents are reminded that Monday 20th July is a School Development Day and the students are not required to attend school.

Enrolments at Woodvale SC. Parents of Year 6 students are reminded to enrol your child at Woodvale Secondary College before 24th July.

Uniform Shop. Uniform Concepts will be closed for the first week of the holidays from 1pm Saturday 4th July 2020 reopening again at 9am Monday 13th July 2020.

Cake Stall. The P&C are holding a cake stall tomorrow at recess and all children are encouraged to bring $2.00 for a Brownie, Cupcake or Fruit Pot or $2.50 for a Frog in a Pond.

Holidays. I hope everyone has a safe and relaxing holiday and we look forward to hopefully getting back to ‘normal’ next term.

Junior Block Merit Award recipients
Senior Block Merit Award recipients
Middle Block Merit Award recipients
HASS. Year 3s are researching celebrations around the world and the Year 2s are collecting data of old and new toys on a timeline.


Neil McCallum