(This page was last updated 30 November 2020).
This page lists government schools and preschools that have temporarily closed and then reopened due to COVID-19.
Schools and preschools that temporarily close will be operational for learning at home only, until health authorities say they are safe to reopen.
|Status (closed or reopened)|
|Australian Science & Mathematics School (ASMS)||Staff and students to study and work from home Monday 30 November due to SA Health advice on Flinders University Sturt Campus visitors.|
|Woodville High School||Reopened 30 November|
|Roma Mitchell Secondary College||Reopened 30 November|
|Mawson Lakes School and Preschool||Reopened 30 November|
|Thebarton Senior College – see Covid-19 updates for Thebarton Senior College||Reopened 17 August|
|Roma Mitchell Secondary College||Reopened 5 August|
|Barossa region||Reopened 29 April|
|Henley High School||Reopened 6 April|
|Pennington School R-7||Reopened 6 April|
|Renmark North Primary School||Reopened 3 April|
|Kingston Community School||Reopened 31 March|
|Unley High School||Reopened 20 March|
The latest advice about school or preschool closures will be on our news.
The Department for Education will enact its protocol for temporarily closing a site due to COVID-19 and follow SA Health advice if there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 identified in a staff member, student or child in one of our sites.
Parents and carers should contact their school or preschool at first.
Call the South Australia COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 (8am to 8pm, 7 days a week).
Visit www.sa.gov.au/covid-19 for the most up to date information from South Australian government agencies.
COVID-19 (coronavirus) Team
Email: education.covidcoordination [at] sa.gov.au