Echuca College News
Year 11 student Mollie Gundry has been diagnosed with a rare form of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Echuca College will “GO GREEN 4 MOLLIE” on Friday the 5th of Dec to support Mollie and her family. Students and staff are encouraged to dress in all things green.
All money raised will be sent to Mollie and her family to support them during Mollie's treatment. Activities on will include green hairspray, nail painting and many other fun activities - it would be great to see as many students and staff as possible dress in green to support this beautiful family.
Our Year 9 students participated in a day focused on Information Communication and Technology.The ICT: It's Everywhere forum involved a number of specialised workshops, guest speakers and hands on activities. The keynote speaker was David Joss, CEO Community Telco engaged the students and demonstrated some of the new technologies available. Workshops included La Trobe University Games Technology and LEAP into Engineering Robotics, Splatoon Cartoons, Realm Building Design, Community Telco - Mobie Apps, CCLLEN-Broadening Horizons and Dairy Technology. A highlight for many students was the opportunity to use and manipulate the robotic vehicles.