Clarkson Community High School is working hard to ensure clear lines of communication with students and their parents/carers. We have been sending some important information over email in relation to COVID-19 and school interventions. If your email on our system is out-of-date and you have not been receiving our emails, please call the school so we can forward the relevant information on to you using your correct email address.

Staff are also posting notices and discussions in some senior school Connect classes in order to communicate with students directly. Students can also post questions in the discussion section if they need help.

The Long Island Social Emotional Learning Forum has created a Dropbox folder filled with activities, lessons, virtual field trips, helpful articles & websites for PreK-12 students, educators and parents. It includes a variety of virtual learning resources for educators, students and parents who are dealing with online teaching, dramatic changes in their ability to connect in person with others, loss of jobs and all the fears and anxiety of this terrible virus.

We encourage you to explore and share the resources in the Dropbox folder with your family at home. Use them to de-stress, stay connected, build resiliency and learn something new!

Dear parents and carers

The State Government has made some changes to how your child will learn while all 
Western Australians work toward minimising the spread of COVID-19 in our
 community.

On 26 March 2020, the Premier announced all public schools in Western Australia will 
stay open until Thursday, 9 April 2020, the end of Term 1. However, we strongly encourage you to keep your children at home if you have access
 to online resources and are able to do so. Teaching for Term 1 will conclude on
 3 April 2020. The Department of Education's new Learning at Home website, located
 at www.education.wa.edu.au/learning-at-home, provides resources, activities and
 information to help children and young people continue to learn while at home.

Parents and carers who need their children to attend school to enable them to maintain
 employment, and those children in vulnerable families, such as children living with
 grandparents, can continue to attend school.

Dear parents, a notice from our uniform shop.

Please also be advised that, due to the recent announcements, our canteen has made the difficult decision to close from the end of today (Friday 27 March).

If your child is attending school over the next two weeks, please make alternative provisions. We apologise for this inconvenience.

Dear parents, please see below for a statement on NAPLAN 2020 from the Education Council:

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