Week 11 News

In this week’s news:

  • Andrew Eichner  – Judo ACT State Titles & National School Judo Championships
  • LTC Success Assembly on Monday
  • Amalgamation Exhibition at Tuggeranong Arts Centre featuring LTC Students & Alumni
  • Tuggeranong Community Council’s Youth Engagement Committee Survey
  • Literary Lunch
  • Timetable 2020 seeking student feedback

Andrew Eichner  – Judo ACT State Titles & National School Judo Championships

Andrew Eichner has recently competed in a variety of Judo competitions including the ACT State Titles at which he took home a GOLD medal for his division.

The National School Judo Championships were held on the 4th of October and Andrew placed third in his division.

Well done Andrew!!


LTC Success Assembly is on Monday

The Success Assembly is to be held at the College on Monday, October 21, starting at 11:35am and going until 12:35. The event will take place in the College Courtyard.


Amalgamation Exhibition at Tuggeranong Arts Centre featuring LTC Students & Alumni

Amalgamation is a selection of works made over the last six months by participants of the Young Artists-in-Residence program. The program was created and co-ordinated by Messengers, an arts based youth mental health program. Messengers supported six young people though a series of professional, creative art workshops at the Canberra Glassworks and Megalo Print Studio.

The exhibition was was officially opened yesterday by Joy Burch MLA. Congrats to Bryce, Liv and Rhys for the amazing work they created throughout the project. The exhibition continues at the Tuggeranong Arts Centre until 26 October 2019.


Young people of Tuggeranong, what do you think?

Tuggeranong Community Council’s Youth Engagement sub-committee launched a survey on the 20th September to help us better determine what young people want for Tuggeranong. We want to pass on their concerns to the relevant people and incorporate their ideas into possible future submissions to government.

This survey is designed to find out what young people In Tuggeranong consider to be the most important issues affecting our community, and what changes they would like to make Tuggeranong a better place to live.

Credit: Dead Poets Society 1989

Literary Lunch

We would love to hear from students who would like to share an excerpt of a story, recite their poetry, or even sing us a song!  RSVP to us in the LTC Library by the middle of Week 12.  We’d love to hear from you! 


Timetable 2020 seeking student feedback



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