The department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) has updated its information about fruit fly restrictions in South Australia.
This might change the types of fruit and vegetables your child/ren can bring to school.
LNPS is located in the yellow suspension area.
If you live in the red outbreak area:
Your child/ren must not bring any fresh fruit or vegetables on this list to school. This applies even if it has been cut up. Instead, PIRSA has provided a list of alternative fresh fruit and vegetable options suitable for recess, lunch and breaks.
If you live in the yellow suspension area:
Your child/ren can bring any type of fresh fruit or vegetable to school.
If you live in the green not impacted area:
Your child/ren can bring any type of fresh fruit or vegetable to school. All fruit or vegetables on this list must be eaten and disposed of at our school. These items cannot return home at the end of the day and will be disposed of safely at our school.
Grated, dried, frozen, cooked or pureed fruit and vegetables of any kind are acceptable in any area.
We appreciate your cooperation as we help protect South Australia from fruit fly.
2021 Annual General Meeting
The 2021 Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 8th February at 6:30pm in the Staff Room.
Parents are invited to attend to gain more information about the Governing Council 2020 Report and the 2020 Annual Report.
Morning Drop Off
We have noticed that a number of students are arriving at school prior to the 8:30am bell when Yard Duty begins. For the safety of all students we ask that parents make arrangements so that students are not left unsupervised in the school yard.
The school provides a before school care service to ensure that all students are supervised appropriately before 8:30am. Please contact the OSHC on 84435308 to arrange enrolment.
If there is an occasion when students arrive close to 8:30am we ask that they wait on the steps outside the Front Office.
Governing Council Sub Committees
We are seeking nominations for the LNPS Governing Council Sub Committees. Sub Committees work in collaboration with the Governing Council to provide direction and recommendations to inform decision making. Sub Committees include:
- Grounds and Buildings
Sub Committees are chaired by Governing Council Members and meet once or twice a term. Times and dates are arranged at a mutually convenient time for members. If you would be interested in joining or would like any further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org