Shaun Thomas

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Earlier today, a number of PLHS staff and students were selected to engage in one of three Restorative Practices workshops, led by Ms. Kerrie Sellen. Kerrie has over twenty years’ experience in the community services sector including youth justice, homelessness, domestic violence, drug and alcohol, youth development, case management and program design and delivery.Our students...
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Please be advised that the tender for canteen services at Port Lincoln High School has been released. Anyone wishing to apply for the tender will need to follow this link: https://www.tenders.sa.gov.au/tender/view?id=234883. The tender closes on November 4th 2021; any enquiries can be sent to Claire Nemeth at Claire.Nemeth@sa.gov.au.
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We are delighted to report that Year 8 PLHS student Caitlin Cole has been nominated for the 2021 Young Business Person Award by the Port Lincoln Chamber of Commerce. In 2016, a then eight-year-old Caitlin founded her own business called “Cactus + Clover” in a small bedroom. Five years later, she now manages her own...
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PLHS has partnered with HP BYOD (bring-your-own-device) to offer educational grade laptop computers to our school community at the best possible prices. HP BYOD devices come with a 3-year onsite warranty, plus (optional) Accidental Damage Protection. HP have just updated the products and prices available on our purchasing portal. To check out the latest offerings, please go to www.hp.com.au/byod...
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Since 2017, the SA STEM Aboriginal Student Congress has become a highly significant event for our state’s Aboriginal secondary students. Designed by Aboriginal students, elders and academics, the annual two-day congress explores STEM connections to Aboriginal culture and inspires future STEM pathways for all Aboriginal learners. PLHS has again sent staff and students to this...
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The Adelaide Festival Centre hosted an awards ceremony for the 2021 “OUR MOB” exhibition, which provides an opportunity for First Nations artists from SA to showcase their art and culture. “OUR MOB” began in 2006 and is held in the spirit of reconciliation to demonstrate the power of art in bringing together diverse peoples in...
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PLHS students/staff are invited to show their “true colours” next Thursday (September 23rd) for Footy Colours Day 2021. This is an annual fundraiser for the Fight Cancer Foundation to support kids living with cancer. Participants are encouraged to get their supporter gear on and show their footy colours (or netball, basketball, hockey, soccer, cricket, volleyball...
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As the ears, eyes and voice for our school community, this group of volunteers works with the Port Lincoln High School team (leaders, staff and students) in the best interests of learning for all students at the school. Port Lincoln High School boasts a strong record for student learning, personal development and achievement, and will...
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In our latest PLHS Podcast, we speak to English/HASS teacher Miss Sheryl Skalski. Sheryl has been working on a variety of innovative and engaging projects with her classes, one of which recently resulted in some wonderful public recognition. In the traditional manner, Sheryl finishes with a joke – with a fitting English and History theme!
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