This Weeks News
- Preparations for Graduation and Formal
- Staff Farewell Karen and Reitta
- Teachers share their experiences of Remote Learning
- 11/12 Reports Emailed
- 17/12 Year 12 Graduation 9am – 12pm
- 17/12 Formal 5:30pm -10:30pm
Arrangements for the Year 12 Formal
Formal will be held on the 17th of December starting at 5:30pm and finishing at 10:30pm out under the stars in the courtyard of Lake Tuggeranong College.
If you wish to make a grand entrance to the formal, please see map below to show you how best to drive to best get into the carpark, drop off and exit safely.
Due to the large numbers of expected attendees and the restricted space of the carpark there may be some congestion along these roads. Arrivals are happening between 5:30 and 7:30, please leave with enough time to account for traffic.
Students making a drive and drop arrival are advised to follow the map, be dropped off and walk along the lake to make their way into the back entrance of the school where there will be a red carpet and a photo opportunity in front of our beautiful lake. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions we ask that parents refrain from viewing the arrivals and suggest that instead photos with cars/family are taken at home.
If students are parking and walking over, we recommend using the student carpark opposite the college and making your way through the front entrance of the school. Please avoid walking down the laneway as we are expecting high traffic in the area and it is quite narrow.
Farewell to Rietta Pogson and Karen Renfrey
staff gathered together to wish mathematics teachers Rietta Pogson and Karen Renfrey. Karen has been working at Lake Tuggeranong for 10years , she plans to occasionally take some relief classes, but will primarily be focused on enjoying her retirement. Reitta had been working at Lake Tuggeranong for 20 years, from what we know she just plans on having a relaxing retirement and why not!
Teachers share their experiences of remote learning
This extraordinary year has produced real innovation in teaching practice at Lake Tuggeranong College as teachers developed an altered their programs during lockdown. Some examples presented to the staff were Rachel Rooney’s presented her fabulous video portrait painting demonstrations for the students. Followed by Tiffany Roweth’s impressively organised photography website and Kobus Van Zkl’s presentation on the immersive work of motor technology.
A very big thank you to Rachel, Tiffany, Ranjan, Jo, Kobus and Graham for getting up to share their teaching experiences in 2020.