Acting executive principal Derek Weeks said a “person associated with” the school community had tested positive to the virus.
“As a result, our school will be closed effective immediately (on) July 30 for 48 hours to allow for Queensland Health to perform this contact tracing and, as an extra precaution, I have arranged for specialist cleaners to perform a deep clean,” he wrote.
“The health, safety and welfare of your children, our students, continues to be my number one focus.”
The email was sent from the school’s communication manager address at 12.13am.
It comes as Queensland Health authorities continue to try and stop the spread of the Delta variant across the state, after a series of individual incidents over the past week.