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Week 6, Term 3 – 2020 Newsletter

Collage header image with photos from weeks 5-6 in Term 3


Principal Anne VineFrom our Principal… Year 12 students in CAPA and TAS will be undertaking a component of their formal HSC assessments before the end of this term, with students finalising their major projects and performances in the lead up to this. We wish them well with completing these tasks …

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Scott White - Deputy PrincipalFrom Our Deputy: Max Potential is a leadership program that has been running for many years. It connects high school students with local community and business leaders who are trained as coaches. Over six months, participants engage in…

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Group art project with hand printsAboriginal Cultural Awareness Program: A five week program, currently running at KMHS. See photos and read about what the students have been doing in the past weeks …

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Student photography artworkArtist Highlight of the Week: The CAPA faculty is showcasing works by three students in this issue. Video of Mikayla dancing can be viewed at the top of this page, with student photography artworks included in the article below:

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P-Tech industry partnership students in hivis on site at CrossmullerP-TECH Industry Partnership: KMHS students involved in this industry partnership are busy working on their project, learning skills and using state of the art equipment …

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