Litir Abhaile 12/3/2020

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D’fhógair an Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar ar maidin go mbeadh scoileanna dúnta go dtí an 29 Márta 2020 chun tacú le leathadh Covid-19 a shrianadh. Tosnaíonn sé seo anocht ag 6pm, Déardaoin 12 Márta. Tá sé sin ag teacht leis an gcomhairle ón bhFoireann Náisiúnta Éigeandála Sláinte Phoiblí. Moltar do gach dalta sóisialta a chleachtadh agus teagmháil fhisiceach a íoslaghdú chun cabhrú le leathadh Covid-19 a sheachaint. Agus an méid sin á dhéanamh acu, ba cheart dóibh teagmháil shóisialta a íoslaghdú agus spás fisiceach a choinneáil eatarthu. Níor cheart dóibh bualadh le chéile ach oiread. Moltar do thuismitheoirí agus caomhnóirí tacú lena leanaí cloí leis an gcur chuige sin. Tá ár ndaltaí tar éis a nótaí/leabhair a thabhairt abhaile leo um tráthnóna ionas gur féidir leo leanúint ar aghaidh leis a gcuid oibre. Tá ríomhphost scoile ag gach dalta agus is tá siad go léir in ann dul ar Microsoft Teams tríd Microsoft Office 365. Beidh na múinteoirí ag cur obair ar Teams agus is féidir leis na daltaí obair a sheoladh chugaibh. Coinneáil súil ar an suíomh scoile agus ar ar leathanach Facebook i gcomhair aon úasdatú.

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An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar has announced that all schools will close this evening at 6pm until 29th March 2020 to support efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19. All students are urged to practice social distancing and to minimise physical contact with each other to help avoid the spread of Covid-19. This should include minimising social contact, avoiding meeting up and keeping physical space between them. Parents and guardians are uged to support their children to maintain this approach. All students have brought home their books and notes this afternoon to facilitate working from home. Each student has a school email and they are all able to log onto Microsoft Teams through Microsoft Office 365. Teachers will be posting work for each class group and students will be able to submit their work through this forum. Please monitor the school website and Facebook page for any developments.

Le gach dea ghuí,

Madailín Mhic Lochlainn.

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