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November – Monthly Update

The 2020 school year is now rapidly coming to a close with school exams underway, leavers dinners to attend, school events being held, and school carnivals conducted. I know for a fact that a student from Howrah Primary School is extremely excited that they were told that their parents can now attend their first school [...]

2021-06-09T01:07:58+00:00February 5th, 2021|

About Neil Myers

Neil is a current Board member of TASSO. He has been an active member of the Sheffield and Deloraine Primary School Associations and is in his third year as Chair of Deloraine. Neil proudly has three daughters, two currently at the Deloraine Primary School and an older daughter who is an Associate Lawyer with the [...]

2020-12-14T23:11:30+00:00December 2nd, 2020|

October – Monthly Update

TASSO Induction Following the AGM in September, TASSO held it’s Induction for the Board members of 2020-21 on bSaturday the 3rd of October. As previously mentioned, the Board had a reshuffle of positions within the group and welcomed the addition of our newest member Neil Myers. Neil has not wasted any time, having already [...]

2021-06-09T01:19:50+00:00November 22nd, 2020|

September – Monthly Update

TASSO ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The TASSO AGM was held on the evening of Wednesday 16 September 2020.  Venues for the AGM were available at 3 hubs  (Ulverstone, Launceston & Lindisfarne), with online participation also provided.  We were very pleased to receive a quorum and the AGM was a great success.  One of the Motions [...]

2021-06-09T01:19:27+00:00October 27th, 2020|

August – Monthly Update

Of importance for all families/carers Jeremy Rockliff, Minister for Education and Training announced on the 30 June 2020 that outstanding Tasmanian government school levies would be waived. Historical debts from 2019 and prior, total approximately $2.8 million and covering nearly 13,000 outstanding individual debts would be waived.  The Government hopes that by clearing these [...]

2021-06-09T01:19:12+00:00August 27th, 2020|



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