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Franklin Primary School Association - AGM

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the School Association will be on Tuesday 17th March at 3:30pm in the School Library. All welcome!
Election forms will be sent home tomorrow and they can also be collected from the school office.

Franklin Primary School Association - AGM

LiL Term 1

Please find attached Term 1 LiL Program

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February 12 Newsletter

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Coronavirus

Novel coronavirus is a virus that was recently identified in China. We are receiving regular advice from the Tasmanian and Commonwealth Departments of Health about the virus and implications for our schools.

In support of national advice, the Department recommends the following for our students and staff:

✳️Those who have come into close contact with the coronavirus should not attend school and remain in their homes for 14 days following exposure; and
✳️Those who have recently visited Hubei Province in China should not attend school or childcare and remain in their homes for 14 days after departure.

The Australian Government has advised that there is no cause for alarm and the risk to the public is currently low. At this time there are no confirmed cases in Tasmania.

There is important advice from the Commonwealth Health Department. Visit the Commonwealth Department of Health website regularly for current information:
https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov

School Association Meeting

The next School Association Meeting will be 18th February 2020 at 3:00pm in the School Library.

December 6 Newsletter

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November 22 Newsletter

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New items for canteen for remainder of term 4

Please see attached items available for Lunch Orders for the remainder of term 4.

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Lockdown Practice Tomorrow

Dear Families, The safety of students and staff is our upmost priority at all times. Tomorrow we will be conducting a practice lockdown procedure with all staff and students. This is to ensure that we all know what to do if we need to protect our students and staff from a potentially dangerous situation. If you have any concerns with this, please contact the office. Linda Heerey Principal