Our Week 8, Term 4 issue is the final newsletter for 2018. See photos from the successful Evening of Excellence, read updates from our Principal and Deputy Principal and notices for end of Term and start of 2019, along with an exciting article covering the recent Year 8 Mock Interviews.
Our Week 6, Term 4 issue includes photos from the Year 12 formal at Linton Gardens, highlights from the Illuminate Challenge, held at the University of Newcastle, an update from the 2019 Year 7 Parent Information Evening, along with reports from both deputy principals.
Principal announcements include the 2018 Central Coast World Teachers’ Dinner Awards and this edition’s R.O.S.E. Deputy reports cover details about the House system and exciting quotes from our Year 7 students. Faculty news includes an interesting update about what students are learning in Computer Technology.
Welcome back all. Term 4 is busy, busy, busy. Keep a close eye on upcoming newsletters and the parent portal – you don’t want to miss a thing! This issue includes important notices about student drivers, promoting resilience, EAS applications, along with updates about the STARS assembly and Plant Lovers Fair held at the end of Term 3.
As this newsletter goes live, we have just held our Year 12 Graduation Ceremony, farewelling and celebrating our 2018 students. With NAPLAN results in, you can read about the impact of online testing along with a creative update from the CAPA faculty. Wishing you all a safe and happy holiday!
KMHS celebrates young leaders, with two Year 11 students recently completing the Max Potential Program. Also in this issue, read about the fundraising ‘bake sale’ success, bringing help to Aussie farmers, along with exciting news and photos from the TAS faculty and the article from the debating team.
In this issue our principal highlights ACARA’s identification of 7 general capabilities woven throughout the Australian curriculum – and what these findings mean for our school. The English faculty update covers exciting projects our students are working on. A photo collage from the snow excursion and community notices round off this newsletter.
In this issue we welcome back our Principal, after her extended time away travelling. Our Deputy reflects on positive events and achievements, including the Captains Induction Ceremony. HSIE, the faculty in focus, have put together an exciting update of what students have been working on.
This issue includes important information about bus travel, parking restrictions outside schools, learning to drive and an open invitation to volunteer in the school canteeen. We also wish our Principal an inspiring time on her long service leave.
Welcome back to Term 2 to all our families and students. The start of any new term is a great opportunity to apply improved habits for learning through having good study routines, being organised, being positive about potential for success and then being prepared to put in the effort.