Parent Teacher Night
Parent Teacher Night
Parent Teacher Night will be held next Monday 15 September 2014 starting at 4:30pm and finishing at 8:30pm. Bookings for Parent Teacher Night are made using the PTO booking system.
Parent Teacher Online (PTO) Booking System
The bookings for Parent Teacher Night are managed using an online booking system called PTO.
Details regarding access to, and use of, the online booking system have been sent home to parents/carers with their child's progress report. They are also available below for your convenience.
The icon above will link you to the PTO system so that you can start making your bookings.
Your username and password to access PTO has been sent with your youngest child's report.
If you experience any difficulties please contact the college front office on 62056455 for assistance.
posted on 08 Sep 2014
Host Families Sought
Host families sought for 3 nights to welcome our Sister School students from Japan 22nd – 25th October. 2 boys are yet to be placed and we are looking for one or two host families. Your child does not need to be in a Japanese class as these students are looking for an Australian homestay experience. For further information or to express interest, please contact our Japanese teacher urgently on 6205 6484 or firstname.lastname@example.org
posted on 04 Sep 2014
Silent Sports Challenge
Earlier this week eight students represented Dickson College in the Silent Sports Challenge. The event was part of Hearing Awareness Week. Our students played touch footy against the ACT Deaf Touch team. Our students were required to wear ear plugs, were not allowed to talk and the referee signalled with a flag. The students had a great time and they outlined the difficulties that they had on the field without being able to speak. The afternoon was concluded with a pass off which saw a number of prizes won by our students. A big thank you to Dave Boyle for organising this terrific opportunity for our students.
Adam, Waireka, Jarnah, Tijuana, Rahul, Luke, Charlie and Ivan representing DC.
posted on 29 Aug 2014
Changes to Action School Services
Your new school services network starts on Monday 1 September
Along with the new bus network, our schools network is also changing on Monday 1 September.
The new schools network has been developed over the past 12 months, with all routes, services and patronage being reviewed. As a result, some school routes have been redesigned or merged as part of our commitment to providing a more direct, frequent and enhanced bus network and to increase network efficiency.
For some routes where patronage levels no longer support a dedicated school route, students can use the regular route services. Approximately 59% of school student boardings are already on regular route services.
Getting ready for the new network.
ACTION can help get you prepared for your children to head back to school using the new network. From route change details, to checking and topping up MyWay cards, latest fares and bus safety tips, everything you need is here on the ACTION website.
1.Have a look to see if your school route has changed
To find out details of the changes to schools services from the current network to the new network by school name, check out the School Route Changes By School page.
2. Familiarise your with the new Network 14 school and regular routes
All new school service routes are now available on the Network 14 School Route Services page.
If your route has changed to a regular network route, those network map routes can be found on the Network 14 Regular Route Services page.
3. Check everything is OK with your MyWay card
Now is the time to organise a new or replacement MyWay card and to sign up for Autoload. Find out how to get the most out of MyWay.
4. Remind your children about the bus safety rules
You mind want to make with a few journeys with your child on regular bus routes and give them tips. Here's a helpful video on bus safety and etiquette.
5. Keep in touch with ACTION
To keep up to date with ACTION news and important service information, sign up for our email alerts. We're also on Facebook and Twitter.
If you have any further enquiries call our dedicated schools hotline on 6205 5033, available Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm until Friday 12 September.
posted on 08 Aug 2014