Here at NASHS we have so many staff and students doing amazing things. Here is a taste of some of the achievements of our staff and students. If you know of any fantastic efforts by our NASHS students, we would love to hear about it.
I hope that the SMS text we sent out to Year 7 and Year 9 parents last Wednesday (Day 2 of NAPLAN on-line) allayed some concerns about the testing process. On Tuesday 14 May (Writing test) NASHS, along with many other schools across Australia, experienced connectivity issues.
End of term one and beginning of term two, Cross Country has been centre stage of the Physical Education Department. Three major races have occurred. NASHS Cross Country School Carnival, followed by the Interschool Cross Country Carnival and finally the State Cross Country Championships.
On Tuesday the 7th May the Year 10 Keys For Life class attended an excursion at the Albany Health Campus. The excursion is designed to show students what would happen if they had the misfortune to be involved in a road trauma. Read more for how you as a parent can help your child.
Seven Regional Learning specialists visited the school on Monday 20 May and delivered revision seminars across a range of ATAR courses for some of our Year 11 and 12 students.
On Thursday May 9, NASHS took part in the Netball WA Great Southern High School Netball Cup at ALAC. It was a fantastic day involving 14 schools and 61 teams across the Great Southern participating in 187 games.
On Friday May 10th Mr Skillen and Ms Kneebone's Earth and Environmental Science students had the opportunity to apply their knowledge on a beautiful sunny day in the field.
NASHS now has a phone recycling bin situated in the library. This is available for the whole school community to deposit unused/unwanted or damaged phones. When the box is full Mobile Muster will collect and recycle them. Read on for more NASHS sustainable initiatives and activities.
This term NASHS students are being provided with opportunities to participate in a range of extracurricular activities in the English and Arts learning areas.
Thank you to the parents from both NASHS and Albany Secondary Education Support Centre (ASESC) who continue to support our combined P&C associations.
All year 10 students will be offered free meningococcal W immunisations in term 3. Consent forms have been sent to the school and will be distributed within the next few weeks.
Have you ever dreamed of being on the stage or in the films? WAAPA have a range of short courses in Music Theatre, Music, Dance and Acting. Click here for more information
WA Country Health Service is interested in hearing about your personal experience with our community based services for children and their families. Your feedback provides an insight into how we can best meet the needs of families in regional and rural Western Australia. Click here to go to survey
All organizations have policies and procedures that guide expectations and define the working environment. Schools are no different. Please read on for NASHS Guidelines and Policies.
Congestion on Anson Rd at the end of the school day continues to be a concern. Please read more for alternatives.
Your awesome Library is part of something big in Australian education. Hundreds of libraries, schools, unis and TAFEs all over the country partner with Studiosity to provide thousands of students with on-demand help after hours every night, to ethically assist with their homework and study.
At NASHS we have several ways of communicating with parents and caregivers and increasingly this is via electronic means. NASHS has a face book page at www.facebook.com/northalbanyshs We also use SMS to keep in touch with parents regarding student attendance. Our SMS number is 0409 089 160.
Parents are advised that if an ambulance is called by the school due to an accident or injury, then the school DOES NOT cover the cost of the ambulance. Staff will consider carefully before an ambulance is called. However, if we believe one is required, then we will request an ambulance attend.