Remote Learning until the 3rd of June
As a result of the circuit breaker lockdown announced on the 27th of May, students at Dandenong High School will be engaged in remote learning from Monday 31st May. All students are expected to attend their normal timetabled classes remotely and details for logging into live online
classes will be provided through Compass and student email.
Remember you can use the Remote Learning Hub for easy access to everything you need for learning remotely. Click here to visit the Remote Learning Hub: http://www.dandenong-hs.vic.edu.au/remote_learning_hub/
The school is open for students who need to collect items from their locker. Any student attending the school must enter via the front gates and report to the General Office.
If you are an essential worker and your child is unable to be supervised at home, or has specific learning needs and needs to attend onsite during the next five school days, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your child (name, house) and the days they require supervision.
Your House Leadership Teams are available to offer support to students and their families. Please visit this page for more information about your child’s House Leadership Team: http://www.dandenong-hs.vic.edu.au/house-culture/
Please call the Wellbeing Hotline on 0402 014 795 if your child requires any support. Leave a message if the line is unattended and a member of the Wellbeing Team will contact you as soon as possible.
The IT Team is available at school to provide support for technology issues. If you child is having issues with their device or connectivity, please contact the IT Team via email on email@example.com
The school will provide updates on the expected return to onsite learning (Friday 4th June) once announcements have been made by the Victorian Government.
We have successfully overcome these challenges as a school community previously and we will do so again. Thank you for your support. Please stay safe.