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Port Lincoln High School is participating in NAPLAN testing again this year. NAPLAN (National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy) is a series of tests focused on basic skills that are administered annually to Australian students. At PLHS, we value the importance of the tests to provide us with the necessary data to help your...
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Port Lincoln High School are having a Summer Sale… on some uniform items. Summer SALE! Some items out HALF PRICE Dresses  – 1/2 Price! @ $25.00 Windcheaters –1/2 Price! @ $25.00 Winter Skirt –Sale Price! @ $15.00 Come & see us in Student Services for these bargains in the next few weeks or early next...
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Adopt-a-Barra collection times: Wednesday the 13th of November 11.30am – 3.30pm @ PLHS Aquaculture shed  Follow the signs from Oxford Terrace or Ruskin Road car parks. This year, there was a prize for the ‘Largest Adopt-a-Barra fish’; a $100 voucher to spend at Seamaster at 31 Bel-Air Drive, Port Lincoln donated by Jamie from Seamaster...
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Dear Adoptees, Our class has tagged, weighed and measured your son – we have attached the information below to tell you how big your son is. During this term we have worked hard to create a stress free environment for the fish to live in. At the moment we are learning about safe food handling...
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SportsDay is one of the big whole school events occurring and we would like to invite you along. Date:  February 28th, 2019 (Week 5) This year we have decided to mix it up a little, keeping the traditional athletic events but adding some new activities at the Skate Park. We’re also including more team events...
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Download our report: Adopt a Barra: Growth Rates  Find out the weight and size of your adopted Barramundi, listed by their adopted name. Above: PLHS Year 11 Aquaculture students recently visited the Cleanseas Hatchery near Arno Bay Our Year 11 Aquaculture class have been working hard to create a stress-free environment for your son by...
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Adopt-a-barra Update Thank you once again for participating in our Adopt-a-Barra program. The barramundi are coming along very well and some have reached a size of over 500 grams. We the Yr 11 aquaculture students; are pleased to inform you that we have tagged your adopted son (barramundi are all males) with a special I.D....
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