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All school-based staff must wear a face mask at school, and when travelling to and from school.

Teachers and education support staff

Teachers and education support staff will not be required to wear face masks while teaching, but those who wish to do so, can. Teachers should wear a face mask in other areas of the school when not teaching (for example, in the staffroom, on yard duty and when providing first aid or taking temperatures), and when travelling to and from school.

From Monday, October 5th all year levels will continue with Remote Learning.  VCE students may attend campus for essential assessments.

On Wednesday, October 7th all students completing a Year 12 subject will take the GAT on campus.  This day will also be a Curriculum Day for teachers, so there will be no classes.

Starting Year 7 at Elwood College

The Year 10 Boys have been participating in workshops run by Tomorrow Man. Tomorrow Man and Tomorrow Woman deliver workshops around Australia to people of all ages. They disrupt outdated traditional gender stereotypes and help participants define and own their unique story. Enabling them to confidently navigate a world of expectations, demands and emotional complexity, creating a healthier life for themselves and the people they love. These sessions are currently being delivered online, with the hope that they may return to be on-site later in the year

 

The Australian Government is providing $30.2 million in 2019–20 for the Local Schools Community Fund (the Fund).

The Fund was an application-based process open to all eligible schools – government, Catholic and independent – designed to benefit students and their school community by contributing to small scale projects and their associated costs at the local school level. Elwood College has been successful and will be installing a new computer lab; specifically, aimed at STEM based subjects at Middle School

 

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