Staff Professional Development Day – Students ARE NOT REQUIRED at school.
Three Way Conferences will take place on Thursday 19 September. Students should accompany parents for these conferences.
There will be NO FORMAL CLASSES on this day.
- 8:30 am – 10:30 am
- 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
- 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
- 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Bookings are made on COMPASS and will OPEN at 9 am on Thursday 12 September and CLOSE at 4 pm on Wednesday 18 September.
Please ensure you print off your appointment times prior to the closing time.
Instructions are available on COMPASS, outlining the booking process. Please ensure you use your parent login as student logins do not allow access to bookings.
It is suggested that you do not book consecutive time slots, to allow enough time to make your way to the next appointment.
A number of teachers will be absent on the day due to leave etc. Their names will not appear on your choice of teachers/subjects. Once all available bookings for a teacher have been made, they will also not appear for selection.
Please check COMPASS prior to attending interviews for messages from any teacher who may be unexpectedly absent on the day.
We are very proud to announce that Tony Vallance has won the Australian Educator of the Year award, at the Australian Education Awards 2019, on Friday 16 August, in Sydney.
An amazing achievement for a wonderful teacher – Congratulations Mr Vallance.
On Friday 16 August, all students in Years 8 to 12 listened to a thought provoking talk regarding the Pat Cronin story and the Pat Cronin Foundation’s message to End the Coward Punch.
Education Manager, Ben O’Toole delivered the school session. As a coward punch victim in 2007, Ben also shared his story to help inspire students to choose non-violence in times of conflict.
Ben has shared his story in more than 300 presentations to over 35,000 students across the country, empowering many young Australians to see violence through his eyes.
PAT CRONIN’s STORY
On Saturday 16 April 2016, Pat went out to a local bar / café for a quiet night and he was punched from behind whilst assisting a mate. He was later taken to hospital and two days later we made the agonising decision to turn off his life support system.
Quietly spoken and gentle natured but with a fierce determination, Pat was enormously popular and had a deep love for his family and friends. His death has left a gaping hole in our lives and caused devastation amongst not only us but also his friends and the broader communities in which we have been involved.
We are determined that Pat’s life be honoured and that no other family should face the devastation we now face as a result of his senseless death.
The first intention of the Pat Cronin Foundation is to honour Pat and everything we do will focus on that.
The secondary intention of the Pat Cronin Foundation is to prevent coward punch attacks and we will do this through:
Pat was a normal kid. We are just a normal family. We live in a normal suburb. If this can happen to us, it can happen to anyone.
Be Wise. There Is No Excuse.
END THE COWARD PUNCH
‘Pat Cronin Foundation – Be Wise Walk to the Valley 2019′.
Sunday 17 November, 2019
10:00 am Start
8 km walk
$30 for Adults and Kids over 12
$15 for Kids under 12
(Includes T Shirt)
4 legged friends welcome
TO REGISTER CLICK HERE
Physics Units 3 & 4 Revision Lecture 2019
Tuesday 8 October
4 pm to 8 pm
Lilydale High School
Lilydale High School
Takes great pleasure in inviting, Year 12 students of the school and their guests to the
YEAR 12 VALEDICTORY DINNER AND PRESENTATIONS
Tuesday 3rd December 2019
Shed 14, Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
7.00 pm until 11.30 pm
Dress: Formal or Lounge
Meal and Presentations
Cost is $100.00 per person
$50.00 per child (up to 12 years)
Bookings are limited to a maximum of 5 Tickets (student and four family members), Tables of ten only.
Bookings CLOSE, Monday 16th September, 2019 at 3 pm
In 2020, Lilydale High School will introduce a NEW school scarf. This will be the only scarf permitted as part of the LHS uniform.
The School Council Uniform Sub Committee has recommended, from the start of Term 3 2019, only navy blue and black plain scarves will be permitted to be worn as part of the LHS uniform.
The NEW Lilydale High School SCARF is now available from LOWES Lilydale for $22.95.
This production is set in Egypt. The Egyptians have captured and enslaved Aida, an Ethiopian princess. An Egyptian military commander, Radamès, struggles to choose between his love for her and his loyalty to the King of Egypt. To complicate the story further, the King’s daughter Amneris is in love with Radamès, although he does not return her feelings.
The LHS Production team and AIDA cast/crew are proud to announce that our Saturday Matinee (Saturday 24 August) will be AUSLAN INTERPRETED in partnership with AUSLAN STAGE LEFT.
We are excited to extend our show to be inclusive to the whole LHS community and will provide further details as our show is created.
Those who are booking to observe the interpreted show are recommended to book on the left-hand side of the seating facing the stage.
- Thursday 22 August – 7 pm
- Friday 23 August – 7 pm
- Saturday 24 August – 1.30 pm (Auslan interpreted)
- Saturday 24 August – 7 pm
The school CENTENARY OPEN DAY held on Saturday 18 May included;
- Displays from the learning faculties
- A timeline of decades and memories Lilydale High School has been in operation
- NEW Centenary School Mural in the main corridor of the school
- Reptile Room Shows
- Activities in Steamworks
- Musical Performances
- School Tours
- Digital displays of the school Salamander in the Library
- Devonshire tea
- Cake stall
- Sausage Sizzle
- Face Painting
- LHS Centenary Wine and Wine glasses for purchase
- Commemorative badges, pens and Keep Cups for purchase
Click below to WATCH the Yarra Ranges LIVE TV of the day!
OH WHAT A NIGHT!
Thank you for those who shared in our 100 year celebrations on Saturday 30 March. It was fantastic to meet so many of you and to hear your fabulous recollections of your time at Lilydale High School. BIG thanks to our interstate visitors who travelled from far and wide to share in our event.
Thanks also to those that were able to attend the School Tour and Morning Tea on Sunday. We were so pleased to be able to show you how the school has progressed and changed over the years.
Just a reminder about our Open Day that will be held on Saturday 18 May at the school: there will be displays from the different faculties and decades that Lilydale High School has been in operation, inductions into the Hall of Fame and the opening of the Lilydale High School Mural. We would love to see you on the day.
The day will also include;
- Reptile House Show
- Musical Performances
- School Tours
- Steamworks in action
- Library display – School Salamanders
- Devonshire Tea
- Cake stall
- Sausage sizzle
- Fairy Floss
- Food Trucks
- And more
On the Open Day, commemorative bottles of Lilydale High School Centenary Wine that have been produced by Many Hands Winery will be available for purchase. The Chardonnay and Shiraz are available for $20 a bottle or two bottles for $50 with a set of commemorative stemless wine glasses. We are so excited to have paired with a local Yarra Valley business to showcase their wine and to celebrate our centenary. You can find additional details about Many Hands here: http://www.manyhandswinery.com.au/
In addition to the wine, commemorative badges, pens and Centenary Keep Cups (reusable and environmentally friendly coffee cups) will also be available for purchase on the Open Day.
We would love to see you again on the Open Day, as so many of you have shared wonderful stories about your families, the teachers and students of the school. It was great to hear about so many lovely memories that you have of the school and we would love for you to share more memories with us.