Trafalgar High School is expanding its current Netbook Program to allow for a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for students in years 9 to 12 from the beginning of the 2014 school year.
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Trafalgar High School featured in the local news for recieveing the NAB Impact Community Award
From the Principals Desk 6th December, 2013
After the terrible weather that all parties endured at the Year 8 camp in Wilson Promontory, I thought it worthy to congratulate staff and students on the effort that was put in to ensure all bedding and equipment was packed up and ready to go for the journey home Wednesday afternoon. The terrible conditions did not make it easy for both packing and unpacking all the sodden bodies, bedding and equipment. The supervising staff then organised for the camp to be brought back to the school; with a ropes course set up in the ECA, hot baked spuds available to students during lunch time as well as a number of other activities organised for the remaining 2 days. A great effort given the difficult circumstances.
Next week, our Year 7 students will be travelling up to Licola Wilderness Park for their camp. Students and staff alike are sure to have dry beds with all the accommodation in cabins. With this camp being moved from March, it has made for a very busy end of the year but I know that the Year 7’s are excited to be going. I look forward to visiting and participating in activities with them on their first High School camp.
Trafalgar High School, with a student enrolment of approximately 600, is situated in a pleasant environment between the Strzelecki Ranges and Mount Baw Baw.
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