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The PLHS Governing Council (GC) provides a parent and community voice on matters relating to the learning and life of our students. Its members influence decision-making in the best interests of all students, and we work with school leaders and staff to make PLHS a great place. Our meetings are a useful mix of information-giving,...
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Yesterday, PLHS hosted a “Generation of Change” anti-racism workshop for students and staff, conducted by Reconciliation SA and ActNow Theatre Company. The informative and thought-provoking workshop was attended by dozens of our Year 8-12 students – they were joined by several PLHS staff members and invited Year 7 students from Port Lincoln Primary School. Via...
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Subject selection for 2022 will occur Wednesday-Friday in Week 6 during extended Dharna Group sessions with DG teachers. Students will need to have accessed the brand new Online Curriculum Guide section of our school website (pictured) to help to decide what subjects they are keen to study in 2022. Besides subject information, the website also...
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SSO Week (August 16-20) is an opportunity to celebrate the great work of non-teaching and support staff in public schools across the state. At Port Lincoln High School, we value the enormous contribution of our ancillary staff, including Grounds and Aboriginal Education workers – this was acknowledged at a celebratory morning tea earlier today. During the festivities,...
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Due to popular demand, the PLHS Podcast is back! First cab off the rank for 2021 is Miss Beck Paterson, Senior Leader – Mathematics & Science. We hope you enjoy listening to Beck’s update from the Maths/Science faculty – she even concludes with a physics joke!
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Earlier this week, a combined group of students at our main site and at the TLC joined a Zoom presentation and workshop conducted by the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE). With campuses across Australia as well as two cities in the USA, the AIE’s focus is on specialist game and visual effects education; they are...
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All families wishing to use the school bus service in 2022 are required to complete a “Permission for Transport of Students on a School Bus 2022” application form. Every student wanting to access the school bus for 2022 MUST complete the form to get a seat – please note, this is for students needing buses...
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This image will be published in tomorrow’s Port Lincoln Times as part of our regular fortnightly PLHS Newsletter page – it features the school photos of 151 students who earned an Academic Award for their Semester 1 studies. These awards are derived from grade point averages (GPA) which are calculated for each student. A GPA...
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We are delighted to report that last Friday’s “Jeans for Genes Day” fundraiser at PLHS was an outstanding success. After setting a seemingly ambitious target of $500, PLHS staff and students supported the Children’s Medical Research Institute to the tune of $694.75. Well done to all who supported this worthy cause, especially the students and...
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Last Friday, Year 9-12 Performing Arts students experienced workshops with professional dancers from The Australian Ballet. Each of the workshops (which were delivered via Zoom due to COVID restrictions) were divided into three main sections: warm-up, repertoire and choreographic. Students were provided with key information and were able to interact and ask questions of the...
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