Expansion to the Student Assistance Scheme (STAS)
The Tasmanian Government has announced the expansion of the Student Assistance Scheme (STAS), which waives the cost of Tasmanian Government levies for eligible students, for the 2021 school year onwards.
The eligibility for STAS will move to using the Health Care Card or equivalent as the assessment mechanism, replacing previous income thresholds that applied.
A set of Frequently Asked Questions has been developed to assist with any questions you may have.
Further questions about STAS or Levies and Charges in general can be sent to the Department of Education’s Financial Services Unit via their email at Student Assistance Scheme or by calling 1800 827 055.
Posted Wednesday, 26 August 2020
Return to School letter from Minister and Secretary
Link to DoE Learning from Home page
Link to Technology Support page
3 April 2020
Letter from Minister and DoE Secretary re Term 2 arrangements
26 March 2020
Levy refund letter to parents
25 March 2020
Letter to parents and carers from the Minister
23 March 2020
Click here for a letter to parents released by Tim Bullard, Secretary, Dept. of Education
19 March 2020
Click here for a link to a letter from the Minister and the Secretary of the Education Department along with a document with a set of Frequently Asked Question for Parents document around COVID-19.
The letter also provides a link to a letter from the Director Public Health providing additional information that will also be of assistance to parents.
Posted Thursday, 19 March 2020
School Strategic Plan 2018-2021
Posted Friday, 7 September 2018
Montrose Bay High School hours are from 8:35 am through to 3 pm. The school accepts duty of care for students between the hours of 8:15 am and 3:15 pm.
It is important that parents do not bring children to school before these duty of care hours because there is no supervision of students at that time. Similarly, it is important parents either collect their children at the end of the school day or arrange for them to catch the bus home/make other collection arrangements so that students are not left unsupervised at the end of the school day.
Unsupervised students may engage in dangerous play or put themselves in dangerous locations such as car parks being used by buses and cars during school drop off/pick up.
Posted Wednesday, 14 February 2018