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Volume 5 - 25 February, 2014 Dear Parents & Students  Amidst the many curriculum changes that are currently under considera on at both State and Na onal level, it is pleasing to observe the  enthusiasm and professionalism of our Loreto teachers in their commitment to teaching excellence. 

As  part  of  the  con nuing  emphasis  being  given  to  “Visible  Thinking  and  Learning”  which  forms  a  vital  part  of  Loreto’s  Teaching  and       Learning  Framework,  this  year  our  teachers  are  working  in  partnership  with  EDUCAA  to  further  promote  and  develop  a  “Culture  of       Thinking” at Loreto in keeping with our philosophy “to be seekers of truth”.  This requires our thinking to be cri cal, curious, reflec ve,  discerning and challenging.  The development of a culture of inquiry, deep thinking, engagement and crea vity will further enhance the  learning of our students and our teachers. 

“Making  Thinking  Visible”  is  our  primary  goal  for  2014.    In  partnership  with  EDUCAA  we  seek  to  further  develop  in  ourselves  and  our       students thinking disposi ons that promote understanding, increase metacogni on and make thinking visible.                              During our staff days in January and again last Friday and Saturday, the teaching staff generously and enthusias cally gave their  me to  engage in professional discussion and reflec on about student thinking and learning at Loreto.  Leading us in this were Ms Annelies Hoogland and Dr Bern Nicholls from EDUCAA and Mark Church (co‐author of Making Thinking              Visible).  Annelies Hoogland is an experienced school leader and educa onal consultant.  Her passion and enthusiasm is the crea ve process of  leadership for learning.  Her most recent focus has been on the development of processes and systems that facilitate quality improvement  in learning environments and reflec ve prac ces.  Annelies has been involved with Project Zero (Harvard Graduate School of Educa on)  ini a ves such as Teaching for Understanding, Visible Thinking and Cultures of Thinking since 2000.  She has worked interna onally for  twenty years and has served as Principal for interna onal schools in the Netherlands, Egypt and Thailand. 

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Dr Bern Nicholls is an educator with 25 years of teaching and leading in secondary Catholic schools across Australia.  Her PhD was school ‐based  with  a  focus  on  collec ng  student  data  to  inform  innova ve  ways  to  engage  students  in  meaningful  learning  that  leads  to         genuine and transforma ve learning experiences.  Dr Nicholl’s thinking is informed by current research on the neurobiology of learning,  mindsets and intrinsic mo va on.  She has experience delivering professional learning workshops in schools that focus on teacher and  leadership  renewal  and  she  is  an  accredited  facilitator  with  the  Centre  for  Courage  and  Renewal,  Sea le,  US,  founded  by  Parker  J         Palmer.   

Mark Church has been an educator for nearly twenty years and has  par cular interest in helping teachers and school leaders think deeply  about their efforts to cul vate thinking and learning opportuni es for  students.  He works with schools and districts, encouraging efforts to  create rich communi es of prac ce for educators commi ed to being  mindful  students  of  those  they  teach  and  lead.    Mark  Church  has  taught  elementary  and  middle  school  students  in  the  United  States,  Japan, Germany and the Netherlands.  He is a consultant for various  Harvard University Project Zero Culture of Thinking and Teaching for  Understanding ini a ves in the United States and abroad.  Mark has  also  been  a  school  district  administrator  in  Michigan  suppor ng         professional  growth  and  is  currently  pursuing    doctoral  studies  in   Educa onal  Leadership  &  Policy  Studies  at  the  University  of         Washington in Sea le.   It is a privilege for our teachers to be able to work with such highly regarded and world recognised leaders in Teaching, Thinking and  Learning.  I thank the teaching staff for their enthusiasm and commitment in being part of this exci ng project.   

LORETO’S TEACHING & LEARNING FRAMEWORK This  “pyramid”  represents  the  framework  to  guide  and  assist  us  in  our  teaching  and  learning,  planning,  programing,  pedagogical  choices, assessment and delivery.                    CONGRATULATIONS 

To Greta Carlson, Madeleine Lloyd, Sarah King and Rebecca Marshall (Year 12) on their fine Public Speaking performances in the  recent  Lions  Youth  of  the  Year  Quest  with  par cular  congratula ons  to  Madeleine  and  Rebecca  who  each  won  their  rounds.   Both students now go through to the Zone B Final.  We wish them every success. 

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To  Tiann  Smith  (Year  9)  and  Kate  Hutchins  (Year  11)    on  their  selec on  to  represent  Metropolitan  East  in  the  Volleyball         Championships to be held in March.  We wish Tiaan and Kate every success. 

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To Johanna Anderson (Year 9) who was selected for the Under 14 Club Na onal A team and the Under 16 Club State B team for  Water Polo.  We wish Johanna every success. 

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To Georgia Johnson (Year 11) on her selec on in the Australian Junior Women’s Volleyball Development team to tour Thailand in  April.  We wish Georgia every success. 

Yours sincerely  Cheryl Hamilton Principal

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Wednesday 26 February 

Year 12 Retreat

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Round 1 - CaSSSA AFL & Volleyball

Thursday 27 February 

Year 12 Retreat

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Year 8 Vaccinations

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Year 11 Economics Excursion

Friday 28 February 

Year 12 Retreat

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St Peter’s Swim Meet - 4.00pm

Saturday 1 March 

Water Polo - Round 13

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Tennis - Round 4

Monday 3 March 

Health and P E Week

Tuesday 4 March 

Mary Ward Connect

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Met East Swimming Carnival

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School Council and Oration Dinner

Wednesday 5 March 

Ash Wednesday

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Mary Ward Connect

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Round 2 CaSSSA - AFL and Volleyball

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Debating Round 1 - Years 9 and 11

Thursday 6 March 

Mary Ward Connect

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Year 8 Retreat

Friday 7 March 

Mary Ward Connect

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Year 9 Drama Excursion

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Year 11 Semi-Formal - 7.00pm (Year 11 students depart at 2.20pm)

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Year 11 Parent Dinner

Saturday 8 March 

Water Polo - Round 14

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Tennis - Round 4

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TÜà axãá The Art Department is looking for wooden thread spindles, to be used in a silk painting that will be part of the artwork in the new sewing rooms. Examples below. We are also looking for any ribbon, lace and materials that could be used in our yYear 8 collage portraits. Mrs Leonie McCulkin - Art Coordinator

VtÜxxÜ axãá TSXPO The 33rd annual Tertiary Studies Expo (TSXPO) will be held on Saturday and Sunday, 19 & 20 July 2014 from 10am – 4pm at the Exhibition Building, RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane. Attend for your chance to win an apple iPad. A $2,000 bursary is also on offer. Admission to this event is free. TSXPO is an annual event held in Brisbane and is the largest and longest running tertiary studies expo in Australia. With more tertiary studies on offer each year and with constantly changing career opportunities and pathways, entry requirements and study options, it is hightly recommended students from Years 10, 11 and 12 attend. Christine Rynne - Careers Coordinator

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Next week Loreto will be celebrating Health & Physical Education Week. A number of activities have been planned during the lunch hours, encouraging staff and students to be ‘active’. On Monday the school will participate in a ‘mass’ fitness class. Students are encouraged to bring a towel and water bottle. Tuesday will be the annual Loreto Relay run. One person from each year level will represent her house in a relay through the school. Even staff will be in the mix, representing the houses. On Wednesday, the senior students will play against the undefeated staff in a game of dodgeball (good luck with that one girls, you are going to need it). On Thursday the final activity will be a ‘mass’ Zumba class in the MWC. I hope to see as many students as possible join in the activities and reap the benefits of a physically active lifestyle. Chris Jones - PE Coordinator

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_ÉÜxàÉ VÉÉ~uÉÉ~ Think of yourself as a ‘foodie’? Do you swoon over Donna Hay’s table styling? Can’t get enough of MKR? Then put your hand up as a volunteer to help organise, compile, and seek local sponsorship for the 2014 Loreto College Coorparoo Cookbook. We are looking to form a small committee who will work closely with the Development Office to develop a stunning coffee-table cookbook! Thank you to those who have already volunteered. For further information please contact Catherine Shipton, Community Relations and Development Manager, 3394 9957 or shiptonc@loreto.qld.edu.au

`âá|v axãá Calendar Dates Could all music students and parents please note the following major performance dates in their diaries? While there will be many other performances throughout the year, particularly for advanced ensembles, these major concerts are compulsory for students in the listed ensembles. It is therefore vital that these dates are noted now to avoid confusion and clashes later in the year! All these dates can also be found in the school calendars, and will be well advertised to ensembles in the lead up to each event. Date 

Event 

Friday 

  Autumn Concert  1 

9 May  Tuesday 

6:00 – 9:00PM  Autumn Concert 2 

13 May  Saturday 

6:30 – 9:00PM  Loreto Trivia Night 

17 May  Wednesday 

7:00 – 10:00PM  Loreto Music Fes ‐ val  6:00 – 10:00PM 

25 June  Thurs – Sun  14–17 August 

QCMF 

Who’s Involved  Big Band, Concert Bands 1&2, Guitar Ensembles 1&2, Junior Choir,  Senior Choir, String Ensemble  Sorelle, Exit Stage Le , Flute  Ensembles 1&2, Clarinet Ensembles  1&2, Percussion  1&2 & Chorale  Loreto Community  Selected Finalists perform to an open audience  Beginner Brass & String Ensembles to perform  All Loreto Music Ensembles (exact dates and  mes will become  available near the end of Semester One) 

Sunday 

(Queensland Catholic  Music Fes val)  Primary Music Camp 

24 August  Sunday 

All Day, 3pm Concert  Live & Wired Fes val 

19 October  Thu & Fri 

3:00 – 7:00PM  Villanova Big Event 

23‐24 Oct  Sunday 

   Ensemble Audi ons 

26 Oct  Friday 

   All students who wish to play in a Loreto Ensemble in 2015, Music  Council/Ensemble Captains 

Music Night 

All Loreto Ensembles who did not perform at Live & Wired Fes val 

31 Oct 

6:00 – 9:00PM 

   Concert Band One, String Ensemble to perform at the concert,  some invited students to act as tutors throughout the day  Sorelle, Exit Stage Le , Big Band, Curricular Bands & Selected En‐ sembles from other schools  Invited Loreto Ensembles 

 

Senior Choir Rehearsal Please be aware that due to a number of clashes, including many students and staff being involved with final Musical rehearsals, Senior Choir Rehearsal on Tuesday 4 March will be cancelled. Year 8 Beginner Ensembles Having received a large number of applications from students who are keen to take this opportunity to learn either Oboe, Strings or Brass, we are now in the process of finalising places in these groups. Ms Clark and Ms Reck have spoken to students about preferences and tried each one out on various instruments to help them make the best choice for them. We hope to be able to contact students/parents with final placements later this week and begin ensemble rehearsals next Friday in the first week of March. Ben Langford - Director of Music

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`âá|vtÄ ÂVÜtéç yÉÜ lÉâÊ The last week has seen over 16 hours of rehearsals and significant progress with sets, props and costuming. We have been overwhelmed with the response for old wooden chairs, cowboy boots, and other costuming requests so thank you to all for helping us source such specific requests for the musical. We are now in the final fortnight of rehearsals and it is important that all students in the musical are keeping on top of their studies, eating healthy, sleeping well and preparing for the busy weeks ahead. Last Sunday, the students in the musical demonstrated great professionalism, commitment and purpose throughout a long, challenging day. The musical staff are expecting this drive and energy to continue as we begin to ‘put the show together’ into entire acts this week. Ticket Sales Our Opening Night Wednesday 12 March performance is only 50% sold out - there are many great seats still available! Thursday 13 March is 60% sold out, Friday 14 March is 80% sold out and Saturday 15 March only has a few seats left. Thank you to the communities of both Colleges for purchasing tickets, but we are aiming for four full houses so please look to supporting our Opening Night and Thursday night performances. Every show will be great! Visit http://www.trybooking.com/ehsf to buy your seats! Rehearsals and crew ‘Bump-in’ This week we have rehearsals on Tuesday 25 Feb 4 - 8pm, Friday 28 Feb 4-8pm, and Sunday 9am - 5pm. Tuesday and Friday rehearsals finish at 8pm for all students in the cast, crew and orchestra. Loreto Seniors attending the Senior Retreat this week are strongly encouraged to attend this Friday’s rehearsal however, if they are unable to do so after such a busy week, can parents please confirm absences with Mr Jason Lane, Musical Producer, at Villanova College. This Sunday’s rehearsal is 9am - 5pm, with lunch and afternoon tea provided. The musical crew is bumping in audio/lighting this Saturday from 9am - 1pm (wear closed footwear only). Musical Catering Helpers Thank you to the musical parents who organised a very healthy lunch and afternoon tea for the musical students and staff last Sunday. For parents helping this Sunday, please arrive at the Villanova Tuckshop at 11am so we can begin to prepare lunches and afternoon tea. We will be finished by 1.30pm. Bar, Raffle and Backstage Hair/Make-up Roster An updated catering, bar and hair/make-up roster will be emailed to all parents this week. Please check and contact Jason Lane if there are any problems asap! At this stage we have a strong number of parents helping in all areas so thank you again for such support. For the latest information on the musical visit the Villanova College homepage and follow the links, or like the facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/c4u.2014

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câuÄ|v fÑxt~|Çz Lions Last Tuesday 18 February, Maddie Lloyd and Greta Carlson presented their prepared speeches and their impromptu speeches at the Runcorn Tavern. The girls were confident, articulate and passionate. They were given many compliments and were warmly received. Their prepared speeches were on Politics and Youth and Volunteering respectively. Last night, Rebecca Lloyd and Sarah King presented their topics on Social Media and Refugees respectively at the Coorparoo RSL Club. They too spoke with conviction and enthusiasm and delivered the impromptu speeches confidently. All four girls interviewed extremely well. As a result of the interviews and speeches, Maddie Lloyd was chosen from the Macgregor branch as the entrant to go forward to the next round of the Zone B Finals on Saturday 8 March. Congratulations, Maddie! From the Coorparoo branch, Rebecca Marshall was the winner of the evening. Congratulations, Rebecca! More news of their progress will follow! We thank, acknowledge and congratulate all four of our wonderful girls – Greta, Sarah, Maddie and Rebecca!

YMCA Youth Parliament We wish all the best to Lauren Michael and Taylor Whitewood, both of Year 10, who have entered the YMCA Youth Parliament.

Rostrum This Tuesday saw another meeting of all interested parties for Rostrum. The number of girls who are considering entry is fantastic! Girls are asked to come to the next meeting – Tuesday March 4 - with points for their topic written down. Good Luck! Rosemary O’Neill - Public Speaking Coordinator

c 9 Y axãá P & F Student Dance The P & F Student Dance will be held on Friday 21 March in the Mary Ward Centre. The theme for the dance is “Once Upon a Time”. We are seeking parent volunteers to assist with jobs at the dance and the clean-up afterwards. It is a great opportunity for parents to listen to music, meet new people and be entertained. If you can help, please fill in the form at the back of the newsletter and return to the office or via email angela.razek@gmail.com Any queries please call Angela on 0449900859. Thank you. Barbara Kassulke & Angela Abdelrazek - Dance Convenors

Thank you To all the Year 8 Parents who attended the social gathering last Friday evening. A most enjoyable evening was had by all and it was wonderful to meet and chat with other new Year 8 Parents. We look forward to our next event.

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fÑÉÜàá WxÑtÜàÅxÇà Loreto Tennis Tennis Fixtures Round 3:

1 March 2014

B1/B2 (1)

V San Sisto at San Sisto College Carina

B1/B2 (2)

V All Hallows’ at Brisbane Girls Grammar

B3/4 (1)

V Brigidine at Brisbane Girls Grammar

B3/4 (2)

V Mt Alvernia at Brisbane Girls Grammar

C1/C2

V All Hallows’ (2) at Churchie Tennis Centre

C3/4 (1)

V Stuartholme (1) at St Peter Chanel Primary, The Gap

C3/4 (2)

V All Hallows’ at Churchie Tennis Centre

C5

V All Hallows’ Churchie Tennis Centre

D1/2

V Mt Alvernia at Everton Healthworks Everton

D3

V St Rita’s at St Rita’s College Clayfield

E1/2

V Brigidine at Brisbane Girls Grammar

E 3(1)

V Lourdes Hill College at Brisbane Girls Grammar

E 3(2)

V Stuartholme at Brisbane Girls Grammar

Tennis Results Round 2:

22 February

B1/B2 (1)

V Loreto (2) won 48-13

B1/B2 (2)

V Loreto (1) lost 13-48

B3/4 (1)

V Stuartholme lost 22-29

B3/4 (2)

V All Hallows’ won 31-20

C1/2

V Lourdes Hill won 47-17

C3/4 (1)

V Stuartholme (2) won 25-24

C3/4 (2)

V Mt St Michael’s lost 25-26

C5

V Stuartholme (1) lost 12-35

D1/2

V All Hallows’ (1) lost 5-36

D3

V All Hallows lost 16-34

E1/2

V All Hallows’ (2) won 36-11

E3 (1)

V Loreto (2) won 35-19

E3 (2)

V Loreto (1) lost 19-35

Swim Squad Meet The second Swim meet for the Swim Squad is St Peter’s Invitational Meet which will be held this Friday 28 February from 4.00pm - 7.00pm. The swimmers will be transport by bus from Loreto College. All competitors need to meet Mrs Stevens in the MWC directly after Home room. Parents will need to collect their daughter at the end of the swim meet. Please see the booklet for details.

Loreto Water Polo Each team is playing at the Somerville House swimming pool. Players MUST be at the venue 30 minutes prior to the game.

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TIME 

AGE 

TEAMS 

POOL 

12.00 

U13 

Loreto Warrriors C v Stuartholme 

1.20pm 

U14C 

Loreto Warriors C v Brigidine 

2.40pm 

U15C 

Loreto Warriors C v Mt St Michael’s 

3.20pm 

U16 

Loreto Warriors C v All Hallows’ School 

4.40pm 

U18C 

Loreto Warriors C v St Peter’s 

All teams must wear the current Loreto swimming togs, Loreto swim cap and a mouth guard. Please check your nails are cut before the game

Cross Country Training The Loreto Cross Country coaches Andrew and Clare, are starting the cross country training program for the season starting 3 March. Any interested runners need to sign up at the Sports office. The times for training are as follows: 3.30pm to 4.45pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. 6.45am to 8.00am on Tuesday and Thursday morning. Meet the coaches at the Mary Ward Centre 5 minutes prior to starting.

Swim for Fitness/Water Polo Players and Stroke Development The Swim for Fitness training is on Wednesday and Friday morning from 6.45am to 8.00am at Loreto College. It is recommended that all water polo players try to attend one session for fitness. Please register your name at the sport office . Meg Stevens - Director of Sport

CaSSSA Volleyball 2014 The time has come for the 2014 Volleyball season to commence. Congratulations to the many girls who trialled for these teams. It is always an overwhelming response. The teams have been training hard over the past two weeks and are ready to take the court for round one this week. Draw for Round 1:

Wednesday 26 February

Rd 1

Open A – SJF

Home: Re- Scheduled due to retreat

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26/2

Open B – OLC

Away : Our Lady’s College Annerley

Bus 1

Junior A – AHS

Home: Mt Gravatt

Bus

Junior B-OLC

Away: Our Lady’s College Annerley

Bus 1

Junior C-MSM

Away: Mt St Michael’s Sophia Centre Ashgrove

Bus 3

Junior D-OLC

Home :Mt Gravatt

Bus 2

Junior E-SRC

Home: Mary Ward Centre

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Junior F(1)-SJF

Home: Mary Ward Centre

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Junior F (2)MSM

Away: Mt St Michael’s Sophia Centre Ashgrove

Bus 3

Girls are reminded that if they are travelling away from Loreto, they are to change into their playing uniform at lunchtime and report to the MWC at 3.05pm. If parents intend to collect their daughter from the ‘away’ venue, a note must be given to Mrs Gore by morning tea on match day. All buses aim to return to Loreto between 5.30-5.45pm, traffic dependent! We wish all teams the best of luck. Spectators are most welcome, we’d love to see you there! If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

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lxtÜ DD ctÜxÇà W|ÇÇxÜ All Year 11 parents are invited to attend a social dinner at Fifth Element Bar & Cellar, Corner of Tribune & Little Stanley St South Bank on Friday 7 March commencing at 7.00 pm – the same evening as the Year 11 Semi Formal. This is a great opportunity to catch up with or meet other parents. We hope you can join us and look forward to seeing you there! Please see the flyer attached to this newsletter for further details. Any queries or for more information contact Kerri-Anne Fysch on M: 0415 805 503 or e: kerri-anne.fysh@hotmail.com . Kerri-Anne Fysh Year 11 Parent Representative

Dear Parents & Students We have received the following information from Senior Constable Sandi Trembath. 

Please warn students that it is NOT in their best interest to subscribe to ASK TEDDY – see attached photo.

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It is for people 18 years and over, it is UNKNOWN where your personal details will end up, and it COSTS $4.50 per SMS (160 characters).

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I have received information that a male person has been distributing the ‘slap wristbands’ as shown in the photo to students entering the Southbank train station and more recently in the vicinity of Lourdes Hill College.

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Advertising on the wrist band promotes a company which will be able to find facts and gossip about EVERYONE and asks subscribers to SMS FULL NAME AND SUBURB to the number as presented.

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Be warned that students may well be passing on personal details to those who wish to use this information for purposes that it was NOT intended for. It is possible that personal information will be sold on to other agencies or businesses which may lead to nuisance phone calls.

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Also note the cost of $4.50 per SMS which suggests you need to be over 18.

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Be wary and wise about this!

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gâv~á{ÉÑ axãá Exciting news!! Our new Tuckshop will officially open on Tuesday 4 March at 10.00 am. Come along for the celebration! Alison McEneny - Tuckshop Manager  

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Tuckshop Volunteers Tuesday 4 March ‐ Friday 7 March 2014 Tuesday 4 March: Catherine Davies, Anne Pa son, Rachael Sydney,  Maureen Robb         

               

Wednesday 5 March:           Barrie Spring, Louisa Coote, Vivienne Llloyd                                                                 Thursday 6 March: Natalie Ryan, Pauline Mednis, Mary Orazio‐Smith, Simone Ryan, Marie Loveday Friday 7 March: Gloria Cust, Sue Carey, Chris ne Murphy, Jane Stephen, Jenny Mullen 

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Year 11 Parent Dinner      All Year 11 parents are invited to a end a social dinner at Fi h Element Bar & Cellar, Corner of Tribune & Li le  Stanley St, South Bank on Friday 7 March commencing at 7.00 pm – the same evening as the Year 11 Semi           Formal. This is a great opportunity to catch up with or meet other parents.     In order to make a group booking at Fi h Element Bar & Cellar, we need to know numbers ASAP so please email 

Kerri‐Anne Fysh :  kerri‐anne.fysh@hotmail.com or alterna vely, send in your RSVP to the school office by Friday 28 February 2014.  If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Kerri‐Anne Fysh, Year 11 Parent Representa ve            e: kerri‐anne.fysh@hotmail.com  M: 0415 805 503               

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Year 11 Parent Dinner  (Please return this form to the school office by Friday 28 February)       Yes I/we will be a ending the Year 11 Parent Dinner at Fi h Element Bar & Grill on Friday 7 March 2014.     Parent Name: …………………………………………………………………………………..     Parent Name: ………………………………………………………………………………....     Daughter’s Name: ……………………………………………………………….. Homeroom: 11 ………………    

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Instructions on Viewing your Daughter’s Assessment Calendar 1. Viewing an Assessment Calendar is done through ‘Parent Lounge’ which is accessible to all parents via the Loreto College Website www.loreto.qld.edu.au. 2. From the Home page of the website click on the ‘My Loreto’ option at the right of the screen. Then go to ‘Parents’ and then finally ‘Parent Lounge’.


3. Once you have logged in to ‘Parent Lounge’ choose the ‘School Calendar’ option from the top menu.

4. Once you have clicked on ‘School calendar’ the entire school calendar for the current month will appear. To just see your daughter’s assessment calendar you should use the ‘Filter’ function, which is at the top left of the screen.

5. On this screen you should select the category of ‘Assessment’ and then the Year level that your daughter is in. Finally click ‘Go!’.


6. Now you will see that the calendar has been filtered to show only the assessment items in your daughter’s year level. Students are also able to access their assessment items on the calendar in ‘Student Café’.


P & F STUDENT DANCE

PARENT SUPERVISION SLIP To all our parents who want to listen to music meet new people and be entertained, this is the job for you! Please complete and return to College Office ASAP or email: angela.razek@gmail.com Name: _________________________________________________________________________________________

Daughter's Name & Class: _________________________________________________________________________

Phone Home:____________________________________ Mob: _________________________________________

Email: ________________________________________________________________________________________

I would prefer the following time slot: Security (20 helpers)

6.30 - 8.30 p.m.

8.00 - 10.30 p.m.

Parent Security helpers are mostly at entry and exit points as we have security guards inside and outside the hall. Set Up Friday (6 helpers)

 3.30 - 4.30pm

Tickets (14 helpers)

6.30 - 8.00pm

Cloakroom (16 helpers)

6.30 - 8.30pm

 8.30 - 10.00pm

Drinks (6 helpers)

7.00 – 8.30pm

 8.30 - 10.15pm

Clean Up Friday (6 helpers)

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10.00 – 10.30pm


Loreto College Newsletter 25 February 2014