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Dear parents, carers and students,

Our school has been advised of a reported case of coronavirus (COVID-19). 

This case has been reported to the Department of Education and Training (DET), and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is currently undertaking further investigation.

As a precautionary measure, the Wanganui Campus at Greater Shepparton Secondary College will be closed for 24 hours initially, or until we receive advice it can re-open. The campus will be closed to all students, staff and members of the community. Both of the other campuses, Mooroopna and McGuire remain open for on-site learning.

During the initial closure period, all students and staff from the Wanganui Campus must remain at home while DHHS undertakes contact tracing. This includes limiting movements to home-based activities and not attending public places.

We will provide further information following confirmation of advice from DHHS.

To slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), Stage 3 restrictions now apply for regional and rural Victoria and Stage 4 restrictions now apply for metropolitan Melbourne.

 All schools across Victoria have returned to remote and flexible learning, for all year levels, except for specialist school students in rural and regional Victoria, for the rest of Term 3.

Face coverings are compulsory for all Victorians over the age of 12. The exception to this is students over the age of 12 attending primary school, who are not required to wear a face covering while at school. Further information on the use of face coverings in schools can be found on the DHHS website.

We have reprinted this letter in the languages of  pdf Arabic (211 KB) pdf Dari (165 KB) , and  pdf Swahili (86 KB)  to assist members of our school community.

More information

I am very aware that this is a time of heightened anxiety for us all. The people best placed to answer your questions are the DET staff who are supporting us. You can contact them on the coronavirus (COVID-19) hotline on 1800 338 663, 8am to 6pm, seven days a week.

For school information in your language, call TIS National on 131 450. Please ask them to call the DET coronavirus (COVID-19) hotline on 1800 338 663 and they will help interpret.

For health advice in other languages visit

A number of resources can also be found on DET’s">coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for parents, carers and guardians page.

Thank you for your support, and I will provide further information as soon as I receive any updates.

 Genevieve Simson

Executive Principal

Parents and carers are reminded they must register in advance each week to access on-site learning during Term 3. This is in line with strict protocols introduced by the Department of Education and Training for public schools across Victoria.

The application form for the week of 10-14th August is document here (131 KB) . It must be completed and emailed to GSSC by Wednesday, 5th August. Parents will be notified of their application's success or otherwise by the close of business on Friday, 7th August. All students accessing on-site learning will attend their regular campus.

All students who can study from home must study from home, except for students in the following categories:

  1. Children on days when they are not able to be supervised from home and no other arrangements can be made. This will be available for children of parents who cannot work from home, and vulnerable children, including: children in out-of-home care; children deemed by Child Protection and/or Family Services to be at risk of harm; children identified by the school as vulnerable (including via referral from a family violence agency, homelessness or youth justice service or mental health or other health service and children with a disability)
  2. For learning requirements that cannot be conducted via distance, and considering operational requirements, small groups of VCE and VCAL students are permitted to attend school, with appropriate physical distancing and hygiene measures in place.