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This years Multicultural Show is nearly here! Participating in the show is an awesome way to showcase the diverse cultures and talents at our school, and it is open to everyone. Come along to the meeting, Tuesday 24th at morning tea in A4 to find out more. See Miss Curwood (email@example.com) for more information.
In Term 2 week 2 this year’s health class will be hosting pink shirt day, to spread awareness about bullying. There will be a Non-uniform Day that includes a gold coin donation. We will also have activities such as a bake sale, musical performances and a sausage sizzle. This will all be between O and M block under the cover next to the canteen.
What’s being sold at the bake sale and sausage sizzle
Sausage with bread, onion and sauces $3
3 brigadeiro’s for $3.50
On Thursday, market day is being held between the M and O block. There will be a variety of cookies for sale, including chocolate chip and triple chocolate. They will be sold for $1.50 each so bring some money to buy some delicious cookies!
Please collect any Photolife orders from the Student Centre at INTERVAL time.
Do you identify as gender diverse and want to have your say? CAYAD (Community Action on Youth and Drugs) is coming to LBC to host a kōrero about gender diverse youth and their experiences with exercise and physical activity on a Friday lunchtime in Term 3 (TBC). If you’re keen to be part of this conversation, email Mx Chan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information!
Would you like to learn the German language? If so, come along to our new German Conversational Language Club. There are no tests, assessments or exams. The focus is on learning a new language in a relaxed way. Email Mrs Pip at email@example.com or just come along on Monday, 23 May.
When: Every Monday (23 May to 13 June) at 1.40pm – 2.10pm
Do you need help with your studies? Are you willing to help others?
This is your chance to sign up for Long Bay College Tutoring 2022. Become a tutor or be tutored.
Whether you’ve got a test coming up, or you need help with homework; signing up to be tutored is an easy way to get help with schoolwork. This is an opportunity for everyone, so please don’t be afraid to sign up!
You could become a tutor. This is a great opportunity to help the school community and grow your own skills in a subject you are passionate about.
Support, study, revision, or homework catch up. All levels. Every Tuesday after school.
When: Tuesdays 3:30–4:30