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On Monday 24th February, we will be having a Yr 7 Parent BBQ from 5pm – 6pm in the school MPU. The idea around the BBQ is to provide Yr 7 parents/carers with the opportunity to informally meet their Yr 7 child’s teachers and help support their transition into high school. Yr 7 students are also most welcome.  

Please be advised that we suspect that nits/head lice are present in the hair of some students.   Please check your child’s hair for nits/lice tonight using the methods recommended in information from NSW Health (http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/environment/headlice/Pages/treatment.aspx)   If you find any eggs or lice please commence treatment as recommended.   Further information on head lice is available on the NSW Health website (details above) or through the Department’s website at https://education.nsw.gov.au/student-wellbeing/health-and-physical-care/health-care-procedures/conditions/head-lice   We appreciate your assistance in this regard.

In order to support more effective and age appropriate communication with our students, Kingscliff High School has moved away from the traditional Monday afternoon Junior Assembly to shorter ‘Stage Meetings’ to be built into the school week at different times. This means, Years 7 & 8 will meet and hear messages relevant to them, Years 9 & 10 will also meet, at a different time, hearing messages relevant to them. Senior Assemblies (Years 11 and 12) will continue in their current time. The benefits of this change include: · Shorter meetings · Messages and information will be consistently and more directly relevant · Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) will also be delivered in a more age appropriate manner · Teachers will

The Bureau of Meteorology has indicated that minor flooding is possible on the Tweed River and that areas of the far north coast could experience heavy rain between 75 and 150mm. While this is certainly a cause for concern, Kingscliff High School will remain open today and tomorrow, by which time there is an expected easing in weather conditions. Our latest information regarding bus transport is that Surfside buses will continue to run, although there could be disruptions to some routes, while J&B buses will not be running today. Parents are advised to monitor the following in order to make an informed choice regarding their children’s safe attendance at school this week: · Kingscliff HS Facebook & website · Bureau of Meteorology website · Surfside &

School is still open today. We are monitoring the situation. Keep an eye on Facebook or KHS website for updates. J & B buses have been cancelled. The swimming carnival yesterday was cancelled because of lightning. We are currently looking at alternatives.

The swimming carnival has been postponed for today (7 Feb). It will be a normal school day, please bring books and pens. The canteen is now open. Yr12 will be having a bake sale. ​A competitive swimmer only swimming carnival will run during sport on Wednesday at Kingscliff Pool. All 50m, 100m, 200m events will be held. To compete on the day, students need to nominate what events they will be competing in by the end of lunch on Tuesday. No nomination, no competing. A competitive swimmer is someone who believes they have a realistic chance of making the Zone carnival. See Mr Ella before roll call, at recess or Lunch in the careers office to nominate from Friday lunchtime until Tuesday lunch. The cost for the carnival will be $5, paid on entry.​