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SCHOOL CLOSURES: Which students are missing class today

7am Friday | ALL four schools which were closed in and around the Gladstone Region yesterday remain shut today.

Yandaran, Wartburg, Rosedale and Lowmead state schools are closed today due to localised flooding.

For more information, go to the department's website.

 

8am Thursday | FOUR state schools have been closed due to flash flooding in and around Gladstone Region today.

In a statement from the Department of Education and Training, parents and cares were advised to exercise caution when driving in bad weather and avoid taking unnecessary risks - "if it's flooded, forget it!"

"The safety of students, staff and community members is our highest priority," the statement read.

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Due to isolated flooding and weather conditions, Lowmead State School, Rosedale State School, Wartburg State School and Yandaran State School are closed today.

For more information, go to the department's website.

 

8am Wednesday | AS OF 8am this morning, there are 15 schools in Queensland undergoing emergency closures due to weather conditions.

Due to isolated flooding that has made access to certain campuses for students and staff unsafe, the Department of Education and Training has announced two schools in the Gladstone Region will be closed today.

To protect the safety of students, staff and community members, Lowmead State School and Rosedale State School have been closed today.

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DET advised parents and carers to exercise caution when driving in bad weather and avoid taking unnecessary risks - "if it's flooded, forget it!"

Parents and carers are encouraged to check the Department's school closure website for further updates.

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