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Kerang Golf Club along with Andrew Spitty and MSA are running some golf sessions if any students are interested. #golf #learngolf #spittyisapro
Last chance tomorrow to bring $4 for your salad roll orders for next week #hpeweek
Photos from Kerang Technical High School's post
Morning tea with the Year 12 students and Staff. Well done to Ms Pearce and all those year 12 students who prepared all this wonderful food.
In extremely difficult conditions with strong gusty winds the boys shot well at the Western Region School Shot. Our top shooter was Memphis Benton with 17/24. Well done also to Will Archard
The annual KTHS Staff vs Year 12 Frisbee Competition was held at lunch time today. Congratulations to the teachers who took out the championship for the second year running!
Our staff and students have been very busy this week with a number of excursions organised. Here's a snap shot of the Unit 2 Chemistry students visiting the Kerang Water Treatment Plant yesterday. Many thanks to Paul McGowan who took the students through the plant, and showed them how they analyse & treat our town water supplies.
We also had the Year 9 students attend the BRIT TAFE careers day. The students had the opportunity to attend various sessions including the Automotive Session, Animal Studies & the Horticulture & land conservation. ... See more
KTHS students involved with the KLTA junior coaching program today and tomorrow as participants and coaches. Any juniors wishing to give tennis is a go, registrations are Friday night at the club rooms. ... See more
NATIONAL NUTRITION WEEK - TRYFOR5 14 – 20 October Did you know that only 4% of Australians are consuming enough vegetables per day? Tryfor5 is an annual campaign run by Nutrition Australia during National Nutrition Week (14 – 20 October). The purpose of this campaign is to encourage Australians to increase their vegetable consumption, to the recommended five serves per day, by raising awareness around the impact of food on our health.
Ask yourself, do you eat enough vegetables? How can you increase your vegetable consumption to make a healthier you? ... See more
Kerang Technical High School are looking for a new Business Manager.
Term 1: 29 January* to 29 March
Term 2: 16 April to 29 June
Term 3: 16 July to 21 September
Term 4: 8 October to 21 December
Term 1: 29 January* to 5 April
Term 2: 23 April to 28 June
Term 3: 15 July to 20 September
Term 4: 7 October to 20 December
* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all Government Schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students.
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