The Cube is ready as an emergency HSC exam hall.
Campbelltown Catholic Club’s entertainment venue is a standby facility in case a local school is hit by a COVID-19 outbreak.
Thousands of Year 12 students are sitting their first written exams today, after a month-long delay and two years of lockdowns. “We just wanted to guarantee our students didn’t have any other disruptions,” said Club CEO Michael Lavorato.
“If there happens to be a positive case at a local school, students can immediately be redirected to sit their exams in our backup venue at The Cube. “The Catho was founded in the 1960s to support local education, it’s what we do.”
Now, it wants students and teachers to know it has their back.
The Cube has played host to some of the biggest acts to grace Macarthur – from Jimmy Barnes to The Wiggles.
“While the entertainment program has been on hold through the COVID closure the Catholic Club continues to support the local community in new ways,’ said Graeme Derrig, Chief Marketing Officer.
“During September and October The Cube hosted a pop up vaccination centre helping NSW achieve the 80% vaccination rate to fast-track reopening.
“Today as 70,000 students commence their HSC, the Catholic Club is once again playing a key support role.”
The end of a hard year is finally in sight, and we wish our local students and teachers all the best.
With the easing in restriction from today The Cube can once again host shows at full capacity and we are looking forward to welcoming show goers back in 2022 with some stellar shows in the pipeline. Visit thecube.net.au for latest information on shows.