2023 staff shortages
Dear school community, students, parents, carers, and teachers
Due to the state-wide teacher shortages and Lyndale Secondary College being unable to source a suitable French teacher, we are having to make some changes in the delivery of our 2023 LOTE program. Languages that will be offered to our students will be Mandarin and Japanese. All our students in years 7 and 8 will be given the opportunity to engage in the equivalent of a year’s study in both of these languages. Year 9 and 10 students will continue to have the opportunity to study language(s) as part of the College’s elective program.
Year 9 Booklists and Fee Schedule
Friday 25th Nov, current Year 9 students received their 2023 booklist and fee schedule. If your student did not receive theirs, please have them come to the front office.
Course Confirmation Process
Please return the completed fee schedule by Friday 2nd December. Access to Compass payments will be made available shortly.
Booklists can be accessed by the below link, using the College wide code 8CTV
The book lists and fee schedules have been attached for your convenience. Please contact the College if you have any queries, 9795 2366.
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Year 7 – 9 Get set for 2023 program
Dear students and parents,
In the last two weeks of term, from Mon 5/12, Year 7 to 9 classes will be running on an alternative timetable to facilitiate our Get set for 2023 program. This program will focus on teaching students general cross-curricular skills and specific skills that have been identified as needing strengthening within that cohort. There will also be several wellbeing focused sessions. During these two weeks, classes will be operating on a different timetable that will be published on Compass. Student attendance remains important during these two weeks, as students will be learning skills that are important for success next year.
Year 11 & 12 study periods
Dear parents and carers of students in year 11 & 12 head start,
As part of students regular timetable they will have allocated study periods. These periods will generally be either a Period 1 or a Period 4. Should students have a study period this week we are advising students to come to school from period 2 if they do not have a period 1 class or to go home after period 3 if they do not have a period 4 class.
Students who wish to stay at school to study may do this in either the library or west wing
Acting Assistant Principal