The Lions Club of Aberfoyle & Districts is pleased to provide Year 12 students with an opportunity to apply for the John J Jenner $3000 Student Scholarship which is paid at the rate of $1000 per annum for 3 years.
If you are interested in applying for this scholarship, please follow the links provided:
Advice to Applicants
The fittings have now been completed for the Year 12 jumpers.
If your child was unable to attend, students need to come to Tracey Wilson’s office in RH106 to try on a jumper for sizing.
Please find details for the Year 12 Jumper for 2022 HERE.
I have also included the final design of the Seniors and Rugby Jumpers HERE.
The jumpers cannot be ordered through the supplier until consent and payment has been made in full, please finalise by 22 October 2021.
Due to lack of numbers for tomorrow night’s Encounter Youth Drug Education Parent Session, we will instead offer an online session via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday 14 September @ 6.30pm – 8pm.
Please follow the instructions for registration at Parent’s Schoolies Festival™ Information Evening page.
After registering, you will receive an email that directs you to ‘join’ the webinar on the evening.
Key points for a positive webinar experience:
- We recommend downloading the Microsoft Teams app, but if you prefer, the webinar can also be accessed via your internet browser.
- If you have any questions before the webinar, send them to via email to email@example.com and we will do our best to respond before the webinar begins.
During the webinar, you can submit questions through the ‘chat’ channel. We will endeavour to answer these questions as we go but for any we don’t get to, can be answered at the end of the webinar!
We hope you are able to join us in this important educational session.
In Week 4, students in Year 10 and Year 11 will take part in a Road Safety and Awareness Program, specific to their year level, as part of our Wednesday Wellbeing Series. These sessions are filled with important information about safety and awareness and provide a range of practical strategies to keep them safe as road users, including as pedestrians, passengers and drivers. At times, some of the content that is shared may be confronting for your child and I encourage you to have a discussion with them prior to, and following their session. We also encourage ongoing conversations with your child about keeping themselves safe on the road. If you have any concerns about your child attending their Road Safety and Awareness session, please don’t hesitate to contact me prior to Week 4.
Year 10 student session (Wednesday 11 August) + Year Senior School parent session via zoom (Thursday 19 August, 6pm – 7.30pm)
• Year 10 students will participate in a Road Safety Awareness program by Save A Life Australia on Wednesday 11 August. This session also places and emphasis on students developing the skills and knowledge to build a base of competence and experience to enhance young driver safety. Students will have the opportunity to see or experience driving through a simulated experiences in a real car.
• Accompanying this is a session for all Year 10 parents – an important opportunity to understand how you can best support your child in learning to drive and develop effective road safety awareness. This session is filled with practical tips to help you feel confident in helping your child become a safe and responsible driver and passenger. Please note, Year 11 and Year 12 parents are most welcome to attend, particularly if you have not attended this important session in previous years.
Parent Session details are as follows:
Thursday 19 August, 6pm – 7.30pm
The webinar link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87268929050?pwd=dFhBMXRkUFVTaTV2NjBCYVBIcjhzQT09
Meeting ID: 872 6892 9050
Year 11 – Wednesday 11 August
The Road Awareness Program has been cancelled for 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions. The Year 11 students will participate in an adapted Road Safety session, provided by school pastoral staff, and will include elements from the Road Awareness Program. We encourage all Senior School families to discuss road safety with your child, so that we can all work together to ensure our community are safe road users, whether they are L or P plate drivers, passengers or pedestrians.
If you have any questions about the above, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Leader of Student Wellbeing