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Please check the weather forecast tonight. So far the prediction is possible thunderstorms easing during the day but snowfalls to around 300 metres.
Listen to ABC radio, and check the DoE website for any school closures.
Dr Katherine (Katie) Mack, a theoretical astrophysicist at the University of Melbourne will be taking students on a tour of the universe (and selected cosmic mysteries) in the EC Undercroft today from 9-10. Come with your questions about dark matter, dark energy, black holes, or the ultimate fate of the Universe as we delve into some of cosmology’s most fundamental questions.
This is a valuable presentation that will help parents begin positive conversations.
‘STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) gives Earth a future.’
THINGS THAT FIZZ, BUZZ, BEEP, ZOOM AND SQUELCH: science is for everyone.
College and primary schools partner up for science
Primary School students across the greater Hobart region will be taking part in a science extravaganza at Elizabeth College in August. With the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics recognised as critical learning areas, the week-long workshops are hosted by teachers and students across the college and are aimed at sparking young peoples’ excitement about our world and the positive contributions they can make to its future.
We are trialing a new system with texts (SMS) for attendance for Term 3. We will send you a text before 11am each day to let you know if your son or daughter is not in class. This will allow you to be fully informed of your child’s attendance in classes. We hope that this means we can work together more closely to ensure your son or daughter attends classes.
Please note, that if you wish to respond to the text that we can only receive replies back to that number within 48 hours.
Dr Dianne Purnell.