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Monday 25th May = Day 2 Seniors are expected to attend Period 0. [pdf-embedder url="https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Modified-Rolling-Timetable-Information-for-parents.pdf" title="Modified Rolling Timetable- Information for parents"]

Sorry about the delay and the change of original schedule. We are now progressing with the testing and interviews for academic stream selections, Year 7 2021. The new dates for the Academic Stream test and Interviews are as follows: 1. Test: Wednesday 3rd June (Week 6) 4.30 pm start till 6 pm Kingscliff HS -  MPU. Students will be met at the front gate and directed to the MPU. 2. Interviews : Wednesday/Thursday 10-11th June 9.00 am start each day. Kingscliff HS. Regards to the interviews, letters will be sent to parents/carers with codes and instructions on booking online.

Dear Parent, Carers and Students, Please find attached information on how Kingscliff High School will be managing the initial return to school for students starting next week for Year 12 and Monday 11th May for all other years. Please read the information carefully as it gives important information as to the days of attendance for each student as well as information as to what the school day will look like for returning students. Also attached is the “Managed Return to School for Families” document produced by the Department of Education, which will give some background and guidance on the plan for the ordered return of students to full time school. Finally, keep an eye out for an information video (and I apologise in advance for my performance) which will be posted before tomorrow afternoon. It gives a brief overview of the arrangements for

We currently have a student in Year 8 who is recovering from cancer treatment which has left his immune system severely compromised. We would ask all members of the school community to let the school know if there are any students who are suffering illnesses as described in the following letter, so we can pass that information on to the young man’s family. It is prudent also at this time, given the international concern regarding the spread of the Coronavirus, to remind parent/carers not to send their children to school if they have common illnesses that are still contagious. Thank you for your co-operation in this matter. [pdf-embedder url="https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Admin-2020-1163-Infectious-disease-letter.pdf" title="Admin 2020-1163 - Infectious disease letter"]

I hope all members of the Kingscliff High School community have been able to take the opportunity to enjoy some family time during this period when we have been advised to stay at home as much as possible – it has certainly been a very different Easter break to what we have all become accustomed to. We are all aware of recent announcements from the Premier of NSW regarding a staged return of students to school. Attached is the latest advice from the Department regarding the first two weeks of Term 2 (which will look much the same as the last two weeks of Term 1), followed by changes from Week 3 (Mon 11th May) onwards. https://education.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/advice-for-families The Premier has stressed that each school will need to determine how best to manage the proposed “staged” return to school for students. I will be