THE return to learning at Leeton High School continues to progress well, with all students to return from Monday.
Student numbers had been solid in response to the move to phase one from May 11 as part of the managed return to full onsite face-to-face teaching.
Principal Meagan Crelley was looking forward to classroom learning returning for the full five days a week.
"This week kept with our temporary six x 50-minute timetable to allow years 11 and 12 to engage in every class every day and to provide additional breaks from computer screens," she said.
"All students will be back at school from Monday.
"We will be back to five, 60-minute periods, five days a week.
"Thank you for your understanding and support during this time of change and challenge. It's great to have our kids back."
Full-time learning will apply to all schools throughout the shire from Monday.
This will now allow parents, where possible within their job arrangements, to return back to work as the shire starts to return to something resembling "normal".
Several restrictions will still remain in place for schools.
Students won't be allowed to attend excursions or camps, visitors to the school grounds will only be for those deemed essential and work experience will not be allowed.
Inter-school activities such as sport and debating remain on the banned list for now.
The state government has urged schools to hold their P&C meetings virtually.
Students hard work recognised
Executive awards: Mackenzie Lee, Mikaela Wells, Tom Cooper, Daniel Bridge, Alfred Simeti (year 7), Ebony Dunbar, Abbie Joy, Libby Olrick, Jasmine Minchin, Cody McCallum (year 8), Hayley Bull, Jessica Wells, Madeline Irvin, Isabella Franz, Sabrina Maimone (year 9), Jonathan Sherlock, Jhie Deaton, Lilly Davies, Caleb Croker, Charlie Longhurst (year 10), Emily Wright, Kian Barcela, William Pizzolante, Angus Crelley (year 11), Leigha Stafford, Abbey Snell, Michael Wang, Makayla Broadbent and Lakaya Flew (year 12).
Draw goes online
Last Friday Leeton High School held its first live positive behaviour learning draw on its Facebook page to acknowledge students for being respectful, responsible learners at school and at home.
Teachers nominated students who have been really trying their best with their learning for the prize draw.
Twenty-four prizes were given out to deserving students to use at local businesses including the school's own canteen, the Hungry Hut.