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1 week ago

Edenhope College

Google Classroom Update:

Dear Parents,

It has come to our attention that parents only receive an email update from Google Classrooms- parents are unable to see the dashboard as students and teachers can.

Although a large number of teachers and parents around the world are currently requesting that Google updates this feature, the best advice we can give for now is to log in to the Google Classroom app with your own child’s login info. You can follow the student user guide published on XUNO messages, and in the latest Newsletter.

If you are having trouble with either of those platforms, please feel free to email me and I will send you a guide by return email.

Katherine.neall@education.vic.gov.au

We would love to be notified of any other tech issues when Term 2 begins, should we be delivering education remotely.

Have a great break!
Stay home, stay safe.

Kat Neall
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2 weeks ago

Edenhope College

Update - 24 March 2020

Just a quick reminder that the school remains open for primary children of essential services workers. This includes health, police, corrections and emergency workers.

The school is also open to children who have otherwise been deemed vulnerable due to existing welfare issues.

School holidays have begun for all other students. Buses are not running for the remainder of this week.
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2 weeks ago

Edenhope College

As we are on holidays now, we wish to reaffirm that VET classes remain cancelled this week.

We will inform the College community when VET classes resume.
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    March 28 - April 13
  2. Term 2 begins

    April 14

“I feel very proud to represent Edenhope College as school captain for 2020. With the integration of SWPBS, I feel as though the students at Edenhope College gain a positive and happy learning environment. I am also very happy to have Hayley Grigg as vice captain and we aim to be friendly and approachable leaders. We also hope everyone has a happy and successful year.”
Elyssa Hausler

At Edenhope College we are:


Respectful
by being kind, courteous and accepting.
Safe
by being thoughtful and compassionate.
Willing to learn
by being attentive, curious and creative.