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Due to the transition to remote learning during Term 2, Elwood’s wellbeing team has created an online platform where students are able to access important resources related to mental health and wellbeing. This website also has a specific area with information for parents and/or carers of these students. This website is being updated on a weekly basis, and provides a platform related to all areas of wellbeing. Elwood College’s wellbeing website includes:

The main role of the Parents of Elwood College group is to connect the parents/carers within the school community.  The group assists to facilitate various school events throughout the year, including the school production, student talent night and parent get togethers, as well as fund raising at the regular monthly Elwood Farmers Market held at the college. 
 

Elwood College will be managing risk relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) during key interactions between students, parents and staff during the return to school in Term 2, 2020. 

Elwood College is committed to providing a safe learning and working environment for our students and staff. We ask for the whole school community to follow these guidelines to enable us to provide the safest possible environment during this time. We all have a role to play in stopping the spread of COVID-19 in Victoria.

Thank you for all your support during these past few weeks of remote and flexible learning.

Following advice from the Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has advised that schools can begin a phased return to on-site schooling.

In the first stage, students in senior secondary (Years 11 and 12 - VCE) will return to school from Tuesday 26 May. Year 10 students undertaking VCE studies, including VCE VET studies, should also attend school for those classes where practicable.

Annalise Smith from Year 12, 2019 has been selected to be on the online edition of the Setting Sun Film Festival - 2019 School Captain, Sabrina Phillips won an award at the same festival last year.

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