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COVID-19 Update for Whānau (Wednesday, 13 April)

Matt and Lewis —

Wiki 10, Wāhanga 1 (Week 10, Term 1)

Level 2
Some tamariki are learning at kura, and some are learning offsite.

# Cases
13 active
154 recovered

# Tamariki in Isolation

Returning to Kura
We are excited that all of our classes and kaiako have returned to kura. Thank you to our whānau and tamariki for returning the devices that were issued for distance learning. There are still some Chromebooks that haven't been returned, please send these back to kura as soon as possible.

Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs)
We have access to Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs) for whānau. These can be sent home with your tamariki, or you can arrange a contactless pickup by contacting Miss Mon at mcollier@monrad.school.nz.

Support Packs for Whānau
If you or whānau require support packs that include kai (food), hygiene and rongoā, please contact Miss Mon at mcollier@monrad.school.nz. When you request a support pack, you will need to have the following information in your email.

1) Adress for delivery
2) Contact number
3) Number of tamariki and adults in the household
4) How many people in the household are positive for COVID-19
5) Which pack/s you would like (Kai, hygiene, rongoā).

Contacting the Kura
Please continue to let us know if your tamaiti or someone in your house tests positive or if you require any other tautoko (support). If your whānau requires financial assistance because of the impact of Omicron, click on this link to see what assistance may be available to you.