irrnan.'5 Re art
Left: Artists impression of the upgraded Bill
Hughes Design and Technology building. Below: Dr Brian Lawrence adresses
visitors at the official opening of
the Bob Rose'Meyer Physical Education Centre.
n last year's report I noted that the foundations of the Physical Education Centre were being prepared . This year, I am pleased to report that the Bob Rose'Meyer Physical Education Centre was officially blessed and opened on 29 October 2000. This significant building , already being well used , together with the new fencing and landscaping has given the College a boost. The planned conversion of the Bill Hughes Practical Arts Centre with a Technology
Centre , ex tension of the science laboratories and a chapel will complete the staged redevelopment of the Ellen Street campus making for a f ine educational facility for a fou r stream boys secondary College of approximately 500 students. The College is proceeding confidently into its Centenary Year 2001. The Board maintains its policy of balanced budgets with the judicious levels of borrowing for capital works and other fundrais ing
initiatives . The work of the Board is made easier because of its productive working relationship with the Christian Brothers ' Province ,Leadership Team (PL T) and the Ca t holic Educat ion Office. Having Br Pat Kelly, former Principal of CBC Fremantle , appointed to the Board 5