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4 May 2020
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Ratepayers are becoming desperate
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Students' return based on house groups
Students to be continue to study online
Work packs prepared for five weeks
Umina campus starts staged returns next Monday
School canteen to re-open on Monday
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Hoop pines planted to represent Woy Woy's fallen

School canteen to re-open on Monday

Umina Beach Public School's canteen will re-open on the Monday, May 11.

Parents have been asked to put money and written orders on a piece of paper inside a zip-locked bag.

"Breakfast items will be served as usual," said principal Ms Lyn Davis.

"Children will be able to purchase snack items during lunchtime on the day they are at school."

On-campus tuition days are scheduled to be Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, organised by house group.

Staff members will attend school every day, but the regular class teachers from Term 1 are likely to change.

Children of emergency service workers will continue to be welcome all five days of the week, Ms Davis said.

On-campus tuition will begin again for students one day per week from May 11.

In most cases, classes will be held within the school's double-classrooms that will hold no more than 30 students.

Staff will continue to plan work for students to do under supervision of parents.

Parents will be able to pick up work plans using the Club Umina drive through each Monday between 10am and noon.

Teachers expect to call parents at least once a week.

The school will distribute information to parents through social media and the school's E-News app.





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