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Open Boys Hockey

 On Monday afternoon the TRAC Open boys hockey team played Mount Austin High School in the CWWHS. The team played hard and fast hockey with the final score 5-0 reflecting a great team effort. Leading goal scorer was Blake Jorgensen with three goals. Outstanding players were Lachlan Moore, Kumar Gupta and Liam Matthews, it was […]

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Senior Science Field Trip

The Year 11 Senior Science students did a Field Trip to “Silver Springs” Conservation Area on Thursday 28 August. “Silver Springs” is a private property 15km south of the airport. The students were required to complete an assessment task on the local environment based on the knowledge and information gained during the day.

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Touch Final

Our Open Girls’ Touch team played their last game of the competition on Tuesday against Mater Dei. They played an outstanding game and won, taking out third spot in the competition. The score line was 3-2. Congratulations to the whole team! Particular thanks to Kaitlin Roesler who was playing her last game for TRAC.

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Cake Auction 2014

Each year students hold a Cake Auction as their most popular and biggest fundraiser. The Year groups hold separate auctions and compete to raise the most for charities. And the cakes are amazing!!! This year students raised over $6100. Great effort!            

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Year 7 & 8 Technology work

This week sees the final week of Rotation Two with our Technology Mandatory classes. At TRAC we currently have a system where the students rotate 3 times per year into a variety of focus areas. This rotation saw students create a healthy wrap, cookbook design, dragster design, candelabra, landscape design, or a soft toy design. We in the TAS […]

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Daffodil Day

TRAC students volunteered to staff the Daffodil Day stall in Wagga to raise funds for Cancer Research on Friday. It was done with three shifts of students throughout the day and  was a great way to serve the community.

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