Lucindale Area SchoolLucindale Area School

  • LAS SRC and School Captains
  • Students Leading Steers
  • Students Learning through Technology
  • Students on Aqautics Camp
  • Students Competing on Sports Day
  • Lions Youth of the Year Participants


Key priorities include improving literacy and numeracy levels to reach set targets and focusing on the well-being of all students. Students in the primary years are provided with many opportunities to extend their talents through both our curricular and extra-curricular activities, including numerous sporting events such as SAPSASA, School Sports Day and Interschool Sports, instrumental music and choir for Years 4-7.


Reception to Year 7 assemblies are held in the hall, twice a term. These are used to recognise student achievement and showcase learning activities that occur in the classroom. Parents are welcome to attend. Specific days and times are advertised in the school newsletter.

Camps and Excursions

Refer Camps section

Parent Involvement

At Lucindale Area School we have an open door policy, where parents are always welcome to observe learning activities in the classroom. Listening to reading and helping out at special events are also ways to become involved with the school, and are encouraged. However, in order to be involved in these ways, it is recommended that parents either have a current police check, or undergo a police check and be approved by the Department for Community and Social Inclusion, in accordance with DECD policy.  It is also recommended they complete RAN training, which the school provides each term.