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COVID Safe Parent/Teacher Interviews Reminder

Dear Parents and Carers, a reminder to go to our website and click on the link to book a phone interview for next Tuesday evening, 27 July, 4-6.30pm. Alternatively you may ring the office on 02 6842 1099 and request to be booked in.

Phone interview time slots are for 5 minutes. Please be aware that the teacher’s call will show up as NO CALLER ID on your phone. We look forward to touching base with as many parents and carers as possible.

To book, please click on the Book Now link above or use this link: https://forms.gle/WSsPowYjZA9EGLam6

Best wishes

Mary Doolan
Principal

 

Stay Healthy HSC – Advice for Students and Parents/Carers

Health and wellbeing are more important than ever, as HSC students continue their school assessments and prepare for upcoming HSC exams during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Stay Healthy HSC hub is now available to help students and parents with tips for prioritising wellbeing, including:

  • Checking in to support with friends and family
  • Practical help to visualise and manage study goals
  • Identifying different types of stress

Also, keep a look out for the HSC Study Guide in the Sydney Morning Herald, this Wednesday.

Stay Healthy HSC is a partnership between NESA, ReachOut.com and the school sectors.

 

Youth Leading in STEM 2021

During the last week of Term 2, a group of students from Year 9 and 10 travelled to Canberra to participate in Youth Leading in STEM – an educational outreach initiative coordinated by ANU.
Students were selected through an application process, and it speaks to the calibre of the students when all 9 students who applied were selected to attend! The students selected were Riley Fleming, Shafin Salim, Declan Eshman, Laura Williams, Kada Hutt, Emma Robinson, Kira Holmesby, Jack Foster and Claudia Heaney.

The camp is designed to allow students to explore a wide range of STEM fields in a university environment, and has students engaging in hands on experiments in key learning areas such as Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computing and Engineering. Students also experience on-campus living and dining and learn more about ANU and work with mentors and academics to hone their leadership and presentation skills.

All 9 students from Coonabarabran High School had a fabulous time and were fantastic ambassadors for the school.

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