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Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

PTA Team

Clockwise from top right: Riane Stanley: Parliamentarian; Ilse Parker: Communications; Kelsey Sebesta-Whitmire: Treasurer; Susan Swiger: Secretary; Keryth Hauch: Vice President; Marlo Larkin: President

The LIS PTA organizes a number of events and activities to bring the school community together and provides parents several opportunities to meet each other in an inviting atmosphere.

LIS International Day: International Day displays the culture, talent, food, artwork and many unique cultural items of different countries represented in the LIS community.

Teacher Appreciation Luncheon: We host a luncheon twice a year, to show our appreciation to our teachers.

Holiday Market: Held before the December school break, this event provides a great opportunity to purchase unique gift items.

Parent/Teacher Night: Parent/Teacher Night is an event for parents and teachers to socialise and mingle. In the past, the PTA has hosted a Quiz Night and a Bingo Night.

Car Boot Sale: The Car Boot Sale is held in the spring, at that time of year when LIS families may be moving on to another country.

LIS Fair: The LIS Fair is our “family fun day” filled with carnival style games for all students.

New Parent/Welcome Coffee: Our Welcome Coffees provide opportunities for new parents to come to school and meet other parents.

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  • Respect for ourselves and others, our environment, and our cultural contexts guides our thoughts, actions and relationships.
    Respect for ourselves and others, our environment, and our cultural contexts guides our thoughts, actions and relationships.
    On Friday, 21 April 2017, LIS participated in World Earth Day. What an amazing day it was! We focused our collective efforts on this central idea: Together we can empower everyone with the knowledge to inspire action in defense of the environment. The day was about seeing ourselves as agents of change and defenders of the planet earth. As ‘defenders of the planet’, LIS students and staff actively explored ways to take action to bring about sustainable change. Throughout the day, students participated in assemblies and a series of student/teacher led workshops, which were designed to engage thinking and raise awareness of the core issues affecting our planet.