GYC Newsletter #69

The GYC Newsletter #69 2017 web version is now available. Please note that it is a low-resolution version for the website. additional material page 3   Emma Puszkar citation  the text of the citation in relation to GYC Manager of Teaching and Learning Mrs Emma Puszkar being presented with an Australian Council of Education Leaders (Tasmania)…

Break a leg!

GYC has a keen interest in Sunday’s Tasmanian Theatre Awards (the Errols) for 2017. Two teachers and three alumni have been nominated for awards in six categories. The teachers are Sophie Hope (Community Theatre, best performance in a supporting role – female – Hobart Repertory Theatre Society’s Macbeth) Angela Barnard (Physical Theatre, best choreography, DRILL’S…

Positions vacant

GYC is currently advertising for replacement teachers for several subjects. The closing date for applications is Friday 3 March 2017 Positions begin on 1 May 2017.

Into Tasmania Police training

GYC alumnus HAYDEN RANSLEY (Glenorchy Campus, 2016), has been accepted into the Tasmanian Police Academy 2017 intake.  He will begin Police Officer training this month. Hayden was one of a number of GYC students who attended the Tasmanian Police Career Development Program (CDP) in 2016. This is a four-day live-in program held at the Rokeby…

Jack helps Aussies

GYC alumnus Jack Welch (2015) has helped the Kookaburras, the Australian Junior Men’s hockey team, into the semi-finals of the Uttar Pradesh Hockey Junior World Cup being played in Lucknow, India (December 8-18). The #13 has scored twice in the tournament, including in Australia’s 2-1 defeat of the Netherlands in the quarterfinal. Australia will now…