The following document will help students working from home and their parents to navigate and use Google Classroom, one of our main tools for remote learning.
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.
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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.
The World Skills Competition takes place every two years and more than 500 Regional Competitions are held across Australia. The competition is aimed at apprentices, trainees and students and focuses on seven skill clusters, including construction and building technology, and manufacturing and engineering technology. Competitors stand the chance to win gold, silver and bronze medals as well as selection to compete at a national level.
After another successful year, students that participated in the Moorambilla festival camps and performances were today awarded certificates to commemorate their good work: