Moree Clontarf Academy has been doing its part to ensure students who are staying at home can still complete their required school work.
Moree Secondary College put together work packs for its students, and Clontarf has been delivering those work booklets to the homes of students in town and throughout the region to ensure they don't miss out on anything while they're away.
"We have done about 500 kilometres in three days around town and outskirts; Pallamallawa, Ashley, Bendygleet and surrounding farms," Moree Clontarf Academy director Eric Faulkner said.
More than 200 packs have been handed out, with each pack including the remaining work for term one for students in year seven to year 12, while many parents have also picked up packs from the school.
Mr Faulkner said it's great to see the partnership between Clontarf and Moree Secondary College still going strong in tougher times.
"The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and by doing so equips them to participate more meaningfully in society," Mr Faulkner said.