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COVID-19 School Management

 
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Dear parents and caregivers

I am writing to provide you with updated information regarding COVID-19.
I understand that there is an increasing level of anxiety, given current media coverage of the latest health alerts coming from interstate, and the potential impact on our school community.


We are continuing to liaise very closely with public health authorities and our own Department in relation to the latest developments and will act immediately on their advice.

I can reassure you that the most up-to-date advice from Queensland Health is that our school is safe, and we will continue to operate as normal.
The health, safety and welfare of your children, our students, continues to be my number one focus.


We continue to monitor the situation and our school remains open. Should that advice change, I will act immediately and take whatever action is necessary to safeguard the welfare of every member of our school community.

While we currently do not have any confirmed cases at our school, I will update the school community immediately should this change.
If you have any concerns I would ask that you please contact the school on admin@springfieldcentralshs.eq.edu.au.


Our school has been taking all appropriate precautions regarding health and hygiene and we will continue to take the advice of Queensland Health in response to this significant public health issue.
We all have a role to play to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. If you or any members of your household develop symptoms or feel unwell, please see your GP and call ahead before you visit.

Further up-to-date information including interstate hotspots, contact tracing, symptoms of COVID-19 and when to seek medical advice and prevention, can be found via Queensland Health and this link.
Please look out for each other during these difficult and challenging times.


Yours truly,

Anne Lawson

Principal 



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Last reviewed 31 July 2020
Last updated 31 July 2020