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Te Manawa Trip: Due to COVID Level 2, our proposed school trip on Wednesday 10th March to Te Manawa has had to be postponed until Wednesday 11th April.
- This is a timely reminder that if you child has any sniffles, a cough or a cold please keep them at home.
- There seems to be a tummy bug going round at the moment. Recommendation from the Health Board is to keep your child home for 48 hours after the last bout of vomiting or diarrhoea.
Click on the links below to check out the next 2 weeks yummy lunches
Moving back to Alert Level 1: Click on the link below to read a message from Mr Sannazzaro regarding moving back into Alert Level 1.
Welcome to 2021: We hope everyone had a wonderful break away and are refreshed and ready to start school next week. What an exciting year we have ahead of us here at Levin School, starting with the yummy, healthy lunches being provided, free of charge, for every student at school. Click on the link below to see the weeks menu.
Healthy School Lunch Programme: Levin School has accepted the invitation to join the Healthy School Lunch programme. We will be working with the Ministry of Education on the best way to meet our school’s needs. We will be selecting an approved supplier once the Ministry’s open tender processes have been completed. We are excited that together with suppliers, providers and communities we will designing and delivering free, healthy and nutritious school lunches that fit the needs and preferences of our students. If you have any queries about the programme please contact email@example.com
Wednesday 11th November: School will be finishing at 1 pm to allow staff to attend an Anxiety and Depression workshop. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up or able to go home. This workshop is open to parents and whanau if they wish to attend. R.S.V.P to Ms Pickering – 3686562 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alert Level 2 Protocol:
- Only come onto the school grounds if necessary. Limit visit to classrooms.
- Students to go home straight after school, no playing.
- Encourage the use of the Contact Tracing app outside each classroom.
- Breakfast club, Milk in Schools and Fruit in Schools will still continue.
- Most common symptoms of covid: fever, dry cough, tiredness.
- Less common symptoms: aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhoea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss of taste or smell, a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes.
- Serious symptoms:difficulty breathing or shortness of breath, chest pain or pressure, loss of speech or movement
- Seek immediate medical attention if you have serious symptoms.
- Always call before visiting your doctor or health facility.
Click on the link below to read a message from Mr Sannazzaro re Alert Level 1.
Click below to read a the news from our Board Chair.
Click on the link below to find out about students returning to school at Alert Level 2.
Click on the link below to read a message from Mr Sannazzaro re: Alert Level 3 update
30th April: Internet Safety – Live Streaming: Click on the link below to watch a short video with key points to help parents and children when broadcasting in real time.
Click on the link below to open to see whether you can send your little darlings to school next week.
21st April: Please click on the “Letter from Mr Sannazzaro” below, to read his message to our Levin School families re Level 3.
Click on ‘Letter from Mr Sannazzaro’ below, to read his latest message for our Levin School families.
URGENT! The World Health Organisation (WHO) has now classified COVID-19 as a pandemic. The WHO Director-General when announcing this decision noted “describing the situation as a pandemic does not change WHO’s assessment of the threat posed by this virus. It doesn’t change what WHO is doing, and it doesn’t change what countries should do”.
- Remind children about hand washing and good hygiene as well as ensuring children who are sick don’t come to school.
- You will appreciate the importance of giving children factual, age-appropriate information about COVID-19 so that they can feel informed and in control. The link below will help you have those conversations – Talking to children about coronavirus
A very useful video you may wish to watch with your children to help better understand the virus is: Nanogirl video clip which has a great explanation for kids about coronavirus