Monday 24 May

Dear Parents/Guardians, 

Tomorrow from 6.00am-12.00pm we will have over 60 trucks delivering cement to the new build. As you can imagine, this will cause some traffic delay during school drop off. In order to alleviate this problem, we will be sectioning off all parking bays in front of the two HS admin buildings (western side of the car park) to create a temporary kiss and drop. We will have traffic cones, traffic controllers and staff out to direct cars. 

The Primary School Kiss and Drop does not change, this change is only for parents dropping their children off via the High School car park entry. 

This is a normal part of the building process and is likely to happen a few more times during the build, we will notify as this occurs. Please click here to view a map indicating this change for tomorrow.  

News regarding COVID-19 for Western Australia continues to be encouraging with no new local cases announced. Masks are now no longer mandatory for public transport and as usual, the College will continue to act on health advice and follow guidelines around physical distancing and mandatory SafeWA app check in procedures. 

Please remember that all of the updates we have sent you so far are available to read via our News page on our website, accessible by clicking here.

Kind regards, 

Rob Gratton & Tracy Holmes 
Principals – Mandurah Baptist College 

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