A work book to assist students in this class working at home.
Coonabarabran High School staff have put together a guide to using Adobe Connect, an online collaboration tool that many students learning from home will use to interact with their teachers.
The PDF version of this presentation is below.
Or click through to see the presentation as a video.
Documents to use as additional resources:
(From the Expo Committee Facebook page)
EXPO 2020 and COVID-19
It is with a great deal of regret that in light of the increasing shut downs across the state the Expo Committee wishes to advise that this year’s event has been cancelled. Thank you to all the schools who registered Team Managers – we were certainly on track for a fantastic event with riders across the state attending.
This year would have been the 28th year of school based equestrian events held in Coonabarabran. Equine Influenza, fires, 125mm of rain during the Expo and three years of drought didn’t stop Expo however this year the decision has been taken out of our hands.
We do have a large number of woollen rugs ready for this event and we are offering them for sale to competitors. The rugs have our logo, sponsor and date on them and there are a range of sizes.
They are for sale for $200.
If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, mailing address and size. We will issue an invoice and on payment we will mail out the rug. The purchase of an Expo 2020 rug will help our local sponsors and our Committee be in a wonderful position for our 2021 Event.
Congratulations to the winners of the International Women’s Day writing competition! Winners as follows:
Nellie Park (Year 7-9 division)
Adyele Ensor (Year 10-12 division)
Di Wood (Staff)
Those who entered wrote thoughtful entries about a woman who inspires them. Thank you to Coonabarabran CWA for donating vouchers to Surf Work and Street for both Adyele and Nellie.
Due to the current circumstances, the Year 12 HSC Mathematics Assessment Task scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday 25th March, has been postponed.