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Attention Parents/Students The speed limit on school grounds is 10km at all times. Any student (apart from siblings) travelling to and from school in a vehicle driven by another student must have written parental permission to do so. Rising Generations In 2012, Bintang Daly and Lanka Alahakoon travelled to Sydney to take part in the National Leadership Camp run by non-for-profit organisation, Rising Generations and found it to be a life changing experience. And so, this year, they will be coming to Nhulunbuy High School to work closely with the SRC, year eleven and twelve students. Rising Generations facilitates interactive leadership and self-esteem development pro grams for young people from Years 5-12 in schools across Australia. Launched in Jan uary 2004, they have worked with more than 136,630 young Australians and assisted hundreds of schools and organisations nationally, sharing the message of service and leadership. This exciting event will be held here at the school on the 6 th of March, and it is sure to be a blast. Denise Marrable HELPFUL INFO Office Hours 7:45 am3:30 pm Phone: 08 8987 0844 Email: email@example.com Web: http://web.ntschools.net/w/nhs http://web.ntschools.net/w/nhs
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