Move to Alert Level 3 Update
Move to Alert Level 3 Update
Kia ora Students, Caregivers, Whanau. We hope that you are doing OK. Please let us know if we can do anything to help.

This update is in response to the announcement that we will be moving into Alert Level 3 from 11.59pm on Tuesday 31st August.

The change to Alert Level 3 means that from Wednesday morning, for those Year 9 and 10 students who can’t be supervised at home, will have the opportunity to be supervised at school while continuing with their online learning. For all other students, learning will continue as it is currently.

We have sent a separate email out to Year 9 and 10 whanau requesting details of those who intend to return. The link is accessible here

It is important we have that information back by 1.00pm on Monday 30th August to ensure we are organised to meet all Alert Level 3 health requirements and also to ensure specific buses can be up and running. Further details will be sent to those students who will be coming on Wednesday, once we have all their names along with any extra Ministry advice on what (if any) changes we need to make compared to those that were in place during  Alert Level 3 in 2020. The wearing of masks is one example of what may change from last time.

For all other students, Zoom classes will be running according to the timetable linked to the student handbook and continuing with their online learning through the Google classroom platform. 

Further News:

On Monday 30 August the Year 9 trimester options will changeover. It is likely that students will receive an invite to their new option through Google Classroom. If students are unsure what option they are moving to they can look on the portal at their attendance (timetable) for next week. Students wishing to change options will need to contact their Deans to discuss this.

Fortnightly Report Grades: We are suspending completing and publishing these grades until we all return to school. 

Once again, we wish you well and encourage you to get in touch should you need our support.

Ngā mihi

Reece Goldsmith

This article was originally posted on: August, 27th 2021