Shaun Thomas

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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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Dear Senior Students and Families, During September, South Australian Year 11 and 12 students aged 16 and over can get priority walk-in access for their COVID-19 vaccination at SA Health run vaccination clinics. As we work with SA Health to set up school COVID-19 immunisation options, this walk-in access will give Year 11s and 12s...
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The final event in what has been a very busy “R U OK?” week at PLHS was a friendly staff versus student netball match in the Gym earlier today. As these images demonstrate, the highly paced and competitive match was played in wonderful spirit. Ultimately, the height of Mr. Michael Scheffler in goals proved to...
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The Optus Crows Cup is an interschool football carnival that encourages girls to give football a go in a fun, safe environment. The annual 9-a-side carnival promotes physical activity, introduces positive role models and offers a genuine pathway for female footballers in SA. This year, over 4,000 female students are expected to participate in one...
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Earlier today, connections and conversations were created between PLHS staff and students as we recognised national “R U OK? Day” for another year. The school community was encouraged to wear casual clothes, particularly with a yellow theme, and congregated in the Amphitheatre at lunchtime for a series of awareness-raising activities. These included a brilliant performance...
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Our Year 10 students are out in the community this week (or next), completing a work experience placement as part of their Personal Learning Plan (PLP) course. Work experience provides our students with the opportunity to trial a career field of interest and gain confidence in themselves, the workplace and social situations. As PLHS Work...
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R U OK? is an Australian suicide prevention charity. Their mission is to inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with the people around them and to support anyone struggling with life. The 2021 national day of action (R U OK? Day) is Thursday September 9th (tomorrow). Once again, thanks to our SRC and Wellbeing...
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Earlier this year, students in my Year 8 and Year 9 English classes studied the art of film-making; they produced a number of short films to enter into the Port Lincoln City Band’s annual Film and Music Entertainment (F.A.M.E.) Awards. Five of our films were accepted as finalists in the Under 15 category and were...
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