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Parking and Road Safety

With an ever increasing school population the number of cars wishing to park and collect students at the end of the day also increases. Please ensure that you observe the NO STANDING zones near the school crossing and the Bus Parking area. Please DO NOT park in the bus parking area from 8:30am as the buses need to drop off students.
If you are parking on 15th Street opposite the school, keep clear of the footpath as we have students using this. Park parallel to the left hand side of the footpath and exit this area after the sign near the bridge.
Please use the school crossing when crossing 15th Street.

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) UPDATE

BYOD
The program seems to be running quite smoothly so far. Could you please return the Acceptable User Agreement that was sent out with last week’s newsletter.

After School Care

Stepping Stones Children’s Services run an After School Care Program every afternoon from 3:15pm to 6:00pm each day at Nichols Point Primary School. If you require a place in the After School Care program please contact;
Stepping Stones Children’s Services Person in Charge - Outside School Hours Care
PH: 1300665699

Prep Rest Days

We welcome all of our very excited and enthusiastic Preps. The Preps will not be attending school on Wednesday during February. This will give them a chance to rest.
The Preps first full week of school will commence on Monday 5th March

Extreme Weather

An extreme weather timetable will be enforced when the predicted temperature is 38°C or above. This decision will be made by the Principal or Assistant Principal.
If the day is declared an extreme weather day  the following will occur;
· Children will go outside as normal at recess
· Lunches will be eaten inside during the usual class time (1:20pm – 1:30pm)
· Children be able to go outside from 1:30pm – 1:50pm
· Children will have to remain under the sail shades during their time outside
· Children will remain in their classrooms for the remaining 25 minutes
· Children will undertake quiet activities in their classrooms
· Children will be reminded to drink water regularly during the day

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