Independent and Catholic schools follow state’s lead

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BACK AT IT: Wangaratta schools will see prep, year one and two, 11 and 12 students back to classroom learning in less than two weeks on May 26 with all other year levels to be back from June 9. Galen Catholic College deputy principal Pat Arcuri said the school currently has about 30 students back due to necessity but is looking forward to seeing the schoolyard in action again. PHOTO: Leah Anderson-Byrne

LIKE their state school counterparts, Wangaratta’s independent and Catholic schools are looking forward to welcoming students back to campus, in line with the staggered return announced by Premier Daniel Andrews on Tuesday.

Along with the rural city’s state primary and high schools, Cathedral College, Galen Catholic College, Borinya Community Partnership and St Patrick’s, St Bernard’s and Our Lady’s Primary Schools will welcome back prep and year one, two, 11 and 12 students from remote learning on May 26.

Cathedral will also have year 10 students on-site from that date, while – as at Wangaratta High School – Borinya and Galen year 10s who are studying year 11 subjects will attend on the days those subjects are on their timetables.

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