Congratulations Year 6 Academic Award Winners: Gold and Silver awards were given to students in recognition of their academic excellence and achievement with Bronze awards presented to those who demonstrated excellent effort and behaviour
by Principal Desley Kirby
It was with a great sense of pride that I witnessed many former Tin Can Bay Students continue to be acknowledged for academic, cultural and sporting achievements at the Gympie State High Awards Night.
In particular, congratulations to 2018 Junior School Captains Lachlan Jensen and Blaik Reibel, and Year 10 Student Brianna Truss, who was awarded the Year 10 Gympie Lions Club Encouragement Award.
Congratulations to all the students who won Academic Excellence and Academic Achievement Awards, as well as Merit awards for consistent effort and behaviour at our own Awards Night last week.
Academic Champions were: Year 3 – Jordan Brady, Year 4 – Indiana Sinclair, Year 5 – Anjelica Geurts, Year 6 – Cooper Searl, Year 7 – Lucy Hunter, Year 8 – Jarrod Alexander, Year 9 -Tehmia Masri, and Dux- Lucas Galvin-Ridge.
Wyatt Lee (Year 5) won the Sportsperson of the Year Award which is presented to the student who has participated in sports at the highest level, he represented Queensland at the National Swimming Championships and Nelson Alexander (Year 10) received the Sue Arthur Volleyballer of the Year award, he attended all training sessions, encouraged and supported the younger students and at all times displayed a positive and resilient attitude
Australian Maths Competition
Recently, 12 Tin Can Bay students entered the Australian Mathematics Competition, run by the University of Canberra. All students went really well, with one student receiving a Certificate of Distinction for scoring in the top 20% – Lucas Galvin-Ridge.
Five students also received a Certificate of Credit for scoring in the top 55% – Harrison Maker, Angus Riley, Raine Parslow, Adam Nelson and Tehmia Masri. Congratulations to all!
Last week a group of 21 fantastic students from Yrs 7-9 attended three days of camp at Maranatha Camp, Boulder Creek, Gympie. To be eligible for the camp students had to have behaviour and learning that lived up to the TCB 3 Agreements, Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be A Learner.
They all certainly lived up to these agreements during the three days of challenging and fun activities including Tower of Tremble, Archery, High Ropes and Abseiling, Rocket Ball, Leap of Faith and Bushcraft. Congratulations to all who attended. You did TCB proud.
Year 10 Graduates from Tin Can Bay P-10 School pose for photos at the propeller, before they celebrate further at the Sports Club.
Bus travel in 2018
You may be required to re-register your student for bus travel in 2018 if: a) they were in Grade 6 in 2017, b) they were in Grade 10 in 2017, c) the student’s home address has changed or d) the student is changing school. Please collect the registration form from the school and register now to avoid having to pay fares at the start of 2018.