A Message from the Principal - Dominic College
15 October, 2021
RE: Three Day Lockdown in Southern Tasmania and Dominic College Arrangements
This afternoon, we have been informed by the Tasmanian Premier, Mr Peter Gutwein that Southern Tasmania is going into a three-day lock-down due to potential COVID-19 community exposure in Hobart.
On this coming Monday 18 October, students are being asked by the Premier to remain at home. However, those students who are either the children of a permitted worker or unable to be supervised or supported at home can come to school for supervision.
We will be staffing the school by our fully vaccinated staff who will be supervising students on-site
PLAN FOR STUDENTS ON SITE MONDAY 18 OCTOBER
PLAN FOR STUDENTS AT HOME:MONDAY 18 OCTOBER
Students who are able to stay at home are encouraged to have a productive day. They can:
CANCELLATION OF SCHOOL EVENTS NEXT WEEK
Our participation in the following events is cancelled next week:
BEYOND MONDAY 18 OCTOBER
Families will be regularly updated by emailed ‘Principal Communiques’ of arrangements if there is any extension of the lockdown. We will always follow the advice of the state’s Public Health Authority. Families will be well informed of our contingency plans.
Our planned holiday days on Thursday 21 October and Friday 22 October will proceed as scheduled next week. There will be no staff or students on site during these days. The DELC Holiday program is available for families to access.
This is an anxious time for all in the south of our state and I know that our community will carefully follow Public Health advice. We join in prayer that all of us and our neighbours will remain well and safe.