COVID19 Status

Please scroll down for Covid information, including how to watch for symptoms.

Please note, we can only display cases where they are formally reported to the college.

Reporting a positive student test result

If your child was at school when they were infectious you need to report the positive case through the Student COVID-19 Test Portal or you can notify the school in writing or by phone.

You must also report your child’s positive test to the Department of Health via the COVID-19 Positive Rapid Antigen Test Self-Reporting Form or call centre on 1800 675 398.

DateStudent CasesStaff Cases
31-01-202211
01-02-2022100
02-02-202280
03-02-202220
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07-02-202271
08-02-202210
09-02-202230
10-02-202210
11-02-202240
12-02-202210
13-02-202280
14-02-202240
15-02-202230
16-02-202201
17-02-202210
18-02-202240
19-02-202220
20-02-202250
21-02-2022101
22-02-202220
23-02-202230
24-02-202262
25-02-202230
26-02-202210
27-02-202240
01-03-202210
02-03-202210
03-03-202201
04-03-202200
07-03-202221
08-03-202200
09-03-202201
10-03-202210
11-03-202210
12-03-202210
14-03-202250
15-03-202210
16-03-202241
17-03-202200
19-03-202210
20-03-202210
21-03-202231
22-03-202211
23-03-202210
28-03-202220
29-03-202201
30-03-202221
01-04-202220
02-04-202222
03-04-202210
04-04-202222
05-04-202211
06-04-202221
07-04-202210
22-04-202210
23-04-202211
25-04-202211
26-04-202210
27-04-202201
28-04-202202
01-05-202211
02-05-202240
03-05-202221
04-05-202210
05-05-202211
06-05-202221
07-05-202210
08-05-202231
09-05-202241
10-05-202231
11-05-202241
12-05-202220
13-05-202210
14-05-202230
15-05-202241
16-05-202231
17-05-202221

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

If your child is not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, they can continue to attend school, but you should monitor for symptoms.

Students who show symptoms of COVID-19 cannot attend school and should get tested immediately and isolate until they receive a negative result.

Students should continue with twice-a-week rapid antigen testing on school days.

Students who have recovered from COVID-19 do not need to participate in surveillance testing for 30 days after their isolation period has ended.

For information on symptoms visit: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/symptoms-and-risks.

For more information on how to get tested visit: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/taking-test-covid-19.

If your child returns a positive result, your child has COVID-19.

  • You must quarantine your child for seven days
  • You must advise the school about the positive result
  • Your child must stay home until their symptoms have resolved and they are well
  • Everyone in your household is a close contact and must isolate for 7 days.

Reporting your child’s positive test

If your child was at school when they were infectious you need to report the positive case through the Student COVID-19 Test Portal or you can notify the school in writing or by phone.

You must also report your child’s positive test to the Department of Health via the COVID-19 Positive Rapid Antigen Test Self-Reporting Form or call centre on 1800 675 398.

Further information for languages other than English

Financial support available to people affected by COVID-19:

For more information, visit:

Financial and other support for COVID-19 | Coronavirus Victoria

If you need a payment during coronavirus (COVID-19) – Getting help during coronavirus (COVID-19) – Services Australia

General advice and support

For general advice and support please call the Department of Education and Training COVID-19 hotline on 1800 338 663.

You can also contact the school:

Phone: 51279200

Email: lowanna.college@education.vic.gov.au

Advice and further resources about what to do if you test positive to COVID-19, or you have been told you are a contact, are at: Your COVID Checklist | Coronavirus Victoria, or call the 24/7 Coronavirus hotline on: 1800 675 398