This Week at Lake Tuggeranong College
Community Spirit Awards
Stay Safe at Sporting Events.
Nathan Craft photographs “Pirates of Penzence”
For the Fridge Door
Community Spirit Awards
Do you know a school or student that goes the extra mile to make a difference in our community? ABC Canberra wants to celebrate and recognise the schools that go above and beyond to build school pride and student engagement within the ACT.
Nominations for the ABC Canberra Community Spirit Awards close 12 August. Nominate a local school project and highlight the amazing work they’ve done in our community. Nominate now at ABC Canberra Community Spirit Awards.
As the list below shows College Connect provided LTC students with a wide range of activities based on interests outside of the Year 12 certificate. Many of the activities contribute to the college community and allow the students to develop their interests in a more relaxed setting.
Principal Tom Kobal has been seen, brushing up on his knitting skills with tutoring from experienced knitters’ (is that a word), Dominique Bates and Ella Jonklaas (seen below). Also below is a current list of the College Connect activities.
College Connect Wednesday
Danuta Music Collaboration RM 5.022
Tom Kobal Principal’s Knitting Group Main Staffroom
Owen Carpenter & Mark Gannon Girl’s STEM “Boat Building” TTC
College Life Team Courtyard & Card Games Pav 6 & Courtyard
Jim Phillips & Dave Hromow Sports/Training GYM
Jenni Holder & Katrina Schubert Creative Writing 2.115
Matt Dixon Role Playing Games 3.116
Lachlan Metal Engineering (invite only) Metal work room
Richard Niu Chess Club Maths Room
Andrew Kahn & Olivia Cable Tennis Tennis Courts
Lyndsey Houghton Film Club Lecture Theatre
Ruth Pokemon Go In front of Pav 6
Carrie & HUB Staff Board games (invite only) HUB
One Day Sports Carnivals and safety at sporting events
Keep our students’ safe at sporting events. Play by the rules when parking at ovals and sporting venues. Parking inspectors will be patrolling local sporting events throughout the year to keep our future athletes and Olympians safe. Break the rules and you risk a fine.
Don’t park on footpaths, across driveways, no stopping zones, no parking zones, bus zones or in disabled parking spaces. Can’t find a park? Be a sport, park legally and venture further afield. You’ll be keeping us all safe and it will be good for your fitness too!
Please also remember to treat our parking inspectors with respect.
Like umpires on the field, they are enforcing the rules to keep us all safe. To report unsafe and illegal parking call 13 22 81 or visit Illegal parking.
Over the next couple of weeks there will be a wise range of sports for the LTC students to participate in.
- Badminton Friday 13 August
- Mixed Hockey NOW FRIDAY 20 August
- Boys Soccer Tuesday 24 August
- Mountain Biking Friday 27 August
- Indoor Cricket Wednesday 1 September
- Frisbee Friday 3 September
- Rugby 10’s Friday 10 September
- ACT Athletics Tuesday 14 September
- Squash (TBC)
- Girls Rugby 10’s Wednesday 15 September
Nathan Craft photographs “Pirates”
With the Pirates of Penzance performances rapidly approaching, Nathan Craft, Year 11 Photography and Media student has provided a wonderful selection of images of our cast from this weeks dress rehearsal. Booking information is on the poster below.
Pirates Day 5/8
Moderation Day 12/8
Limelight Exhibition, M16 Gallery, Wednesday to Sunday 12-5pm until 8/8/21.
Keys to Success sessions in College Connect time Wednesdays, in the Upstairs Seminar Room of LTC Library
Book Week 25/8
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