Friday 18th June- Reports sent home with students
Thursday 25th June—Last Day of Term 2 for students 3.15pm finish.
Friday 26th June—School Closure Day
Monday 13 July—School Closure Day
Tuesday 14th July—Term 3 starts for students.
Monday 31st August - School Photos
Friday 18th September—Last Day of Term 3
Monday 5th October - Term 4 Starts
Monday 2nd November - School Closure Day
Tuesday 3rd November - Melbourne Cup Public Holiday
Friday 18th December - Last Day of Term 4
Dear Parents, Carers and Guardians,
I wish to reassure families impacted financially by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that we want to assist you in every way possible to continue your child(ren)’s enrolment at St. Mary's Primary School.
As many in our school community grapple with unprecedented changes to finances, emotional wellbeing and physical health, we have taken a clear position on enrolments.
Any parent, carer or guardian who wishes their child to receive a Catholic education at St. Mary's will not be denied the opportunity to do so due to financial circumstances.
If you have concerns about your financial situation, please contact Heather at the school office email@example.com so that we can explore confidential financial support arrangements to enable your child(ren)’s education at our school to continue.
School fees are an essential portion of resources for the operation of our school and assist our leaders and staff to enhance curriculum and teaching programs. Therefore, we are asking, for those who can, to continue to support the school financially.
We will respond to applications for financial assistance as promptly as possible, given our own constraints during this time. We are absolutely committed to working with our families as we all move through these challenging times.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding these arrangements, please do not hesitate to contact St. Mary's.
Thank you for your continued support of our St Mary's community.
Your support will enable us to continue to provide quality learning opportunities and strong pastoral programs for all our students.
Yours sincerely Joel Brayshaw
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