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The website Friends Reunited has a list of past members of Tomerong Public School (their were 62 members in May 2011). To see the list plus other information including photographs you will need to complete a simple registration process. Once registered you can sign in and search in “Places” for Tomerong Public School. Once located (it doesn’t always seem to find it straight away) you can browse the members or become a member yourself. Click on the title above to go to the site.
This Facebook page permits you to post on the wall, upload photos and make links relevant to the sesquicentenary. You don’t need a Facebook account to see this page, but you will need an account if you want to make posts on the wall or add information. More photographs have been placed on this site.
This is the official DET Tomerong Public School site.
This is the website dedicated to the history of the village. Based on the book “From Bullocks to Bypass—A local history of the NSW south coast village of Tomerong”. The site has a page dedicated to the history of the school.
This site contains almost all of the photographs that have been displayed at the Tomerong Local History Photograph Display at Country Fairs and the Sesquicentenary. You don’t need to be a Facebook member to view the photographs.
Like to know more about our villages heritage? Learn about the McKinnon family tradition and how Ron, with the great support of his family, ensures that Tomerong’s heritage will not be lost.
For ideas on specific celebration events you may wish to consult Queensland School Anniversary Celebrations (ensure you check all the pages).
Follow these links to see what other schools have organised for their Sesquicentenaries.
Bega Public School (Facebook)
If you find other relevant links then let us know. Other local links of interest include;
Provides information and links about the village. Links include the School of Arts and Tomerong Forum.
A site detailing the endeavours to restore the Tomerong Union Church buildings.
THE Tomerong Public School Sesquicentenary is an event organised and run under the auspices of the Tomerong Public School P&C. The TPS Sesquicentenary Committee and its supporters include current TPS staff, students, parents, past students and parents, and community members. The aim of the event is to celebrate 150 years of public education in the village and provide the opportunity for all those who have had a connection with the school to join us in reuniting and celebrating the occasion.
The purpose of this website is to help publicise the TPS Sesquicentenary and provide an avenue for all to contribute. There is no formal association between the developers of this website and the NSW Department of Education and Community, Tomerong Public School or the TPS P&C.