Leave precious items at home, parents warned
Parents of Woy Woy South Public School students are being asked to speak to their children to discourage them from bringing precious or valuable items to school.
"From time to time, students bring precious and sometimes expensive items to school," said principal Mr Matt Barr.
"Usually, this is because they are keen to show their friends or teachers, and on most occasions parents are aware.
"Recently, we've encountered distress for some students with items lost or misplaced.
"Apart from retracing steps, asking other students and searching, there is very little we can do to solve the problem.
"If you suspect that your child may be bringing such an item to school, please take the time to have the conversation with them about leaving it at home," Mr Barr said.
Newsletter, 19 Feb 2020
Matt Barr, Woy Woy South Public School
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