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Volume 6 - 5 March, 2013 Dear Parents and Students  I wish to thank the students for their con nued generosity towards “Project Compassion” during this season of Lent, a  me in which we  pray, fast and give alms.  This year’s CARITAS stories are about children and young people in need and the communi es who support them.  In giving generously  to CARITAS we “Open doors into the Future” (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI).  Caritas Australia encourages all young Australians to take  ac on for social and environmental jus ce and to create a more just and compassionate world.  I  thus  commend  to  you  the  efforts  of  our  Social  Jus ce  groups  within  the  school  each  of  whom  is  currently  working  to  take  ac on  through commitment and service:  

CARITAS 

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St Vincent de Paul 

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Year 11 Enrichment Program Community Service 

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Interact Club 

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Year 12 Social Jus ce Council 

It  was  so  pleasing  to  hear  from  Mr  Kenny  of  the  enthusiasm  of  our  nine  St  Vincent  de  Paul  representa ves  at  the  recent  combined  schools’ Social Jus ce Day. The hall at Mt Alvernia College was ”alive with energy and that wonderful spirit we love to see in the youth  of today”.  Apart from discussing the very topical issue of refugees and asylum seekers from a Chris an point of view, the St Vinnies  Youth team invited the students to consider the many difficul es and the immense suffering that goes with being a refugee: the loss of  homeland,  family  and  possessions  as  well  as  the  hardship  of  the  journey.  The  theme  from  scripture  was  “I  was  a  stranger  and  you            welcomed me”. The students worked in different groups to explore different aspects of the world refugee problem.  With assistance  from experienced personnel from organisa ons such as Caritas, the day had impact and certainly gave the students and the staff much  to think about. On behalf of the students, I wish to thank Mr Kenny for his generous leadership and guidance of the enthusias c and  commi ed St Vincent De Paul Chapter at Loreto.   

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YEAR 12 RETREAT I  offer  my  sincere  thanks  to  the  Year  12  teaching  staff,  with  par cular  thanks  to  Mr  Donnelly  and  Mr  McAlinden,  for  their          generosity and inspira on in leading the Year 12’s through the spiritual journey of last week’s retreats.  The girls have said to  me how much they gained from this  me together and how apprecia ve they were of the opportunity to take  me out from  their busy schedules to reflect, pray and ponder upon the very essence of their lives, their journeys and their rela onships past  ‐ present and future.  We pray in thanksgiving for the presence of the Holy Spirit and for the openness of the students to the  richness of this experience.             Year 12 Retreat ‘Brookfield’            YEAR 11 SEMI‐FORMAL Congratula ons to the Year 11’s on the success of your very special night.  You were a credit to yourselves, your families and  your school.  On your behalf I offer my thanks to the Year 11 teachers for their support in being there to celebrate this occasion  with you and especially to Mrs Meecham for her coordina on. 

CONGRATULATIONS 

To  Anthea  Bach  (Year  12)  who  last  Saturday  a ernoon  won  the  Zone  B  final  of  the  2013  Lions  Youth  of  the  Year             compe on.  We wish her con nued success as she competes again this weekend in the Regional Final. 

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Isabelle Mowen (Year 12) who has been selected to compete in the QLD School Sport 19 Years & Under Volleyball State  Championships on the Gold Coast later this month.  We wish her every success. 

CONDOLENCES 

To  Alexandra  Palazzo o  (Year  10)  and  her  family  on  the  recent  passing  of  Ally’s  grandfather.    We  offer  our  sincere             sympathies and prayers.  May he rest eternally at peace in God’s embrace.  Amen. 

                                                        

   

              Yours sincerely   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Cheryl Hamilton Principal

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XäxÇàá VtÄxÇwtÜ Wednesday 6 March 

Year 9 - 12 Music - QSO Schools’ Concert 10.30am - 1.00pm

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Round 4 - BSGSA AFL and Volleyball

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Debating - Round 1 Year 9 and 11

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Mary Ward Connect

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Japanese students arrive from Kanagawa (till 11 March)

Thursday 7 March 

Mary Ward Connect - Southbank Excursion for Hosts and Visitors

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Year 8 Retreat

Friday 8 March 

Mary Ward Connect Finishes

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Japanese students from Kagoshima depart

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French students depart 10am

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Year 8 Friends Program Introduction

Saturday 9 March 

Tennis Round 3

Sunday 10 March 

International Women’s Day Fun Run

Monday 11 March 

CSGSSA Swimming Carnival - Year 8 & Year 12

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Year 11 Legal Studies Excursion

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Japanese students from Kanagawa depart 3.00pm

Tuesday 12 March 

P & F Meeting 7.30pm

Wednesday 13 March 

Round 5 - BSGSA AFL & Volleyball

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Debating Round 1 - Year 10 & Year 12

Thursday 14 March 

Date Claimer:

Somerset Literature Festival

Saturday 23 March

Friday 15 March 

Lunchtime Music Recital

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P & F Year 8 - 12 Student Dance

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Year 10 Parent Evening - Top Floor, Mulwith 7.30pm

Year 12 Parent  Get‐Together Social  Evening                 

 

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Volume 5 - 26 February, 2013

YxwxÜtÄ ZÉäxÜÇÅxÇà exä|xã Éy fv{ÉÉÄ YâÇw|Çz The Federal Government is currently reviewing the way schools in Australia are funded (the Gonski Review). As part of this process a new funding model has been proposed, and this is now the subject of discussions between the Federal government and State governments, and the Catholic and Independent schooling sectors. Details of the proposed funding model at this stage remain unknown, and so the funding Catholic school students might receive under any new model is very unclear. However, with a Federal election due later this year, and no new funding arrangements yet confirmed for 2014 and beyond, school funding will continue to be an important issue for all political parties and for public debate. In the lead-up to the review process, Catholic school authorities asked the Federal Government for additional funding to close the funding gap between Catholic schools and government schools. On average, Catholic school students currently receive 20 per cent less government funding than if they attended government schools. Catholic schools strive to keep fees as low as possible so that more families can choose a Catholic school for their children. Even when school fees paid by parents are included, Catholic schools, on average, operate with only about 90 per cent of the income of government schools. If Catholic school funding is frozen, reduced or fails to keep pace with government school funding, Catholic schools may be forced to increase their school fees. If fees go up, the extra cost may lead to parents taking their children out of Catholic schools, and in turn put further pressure on government schools and cost government more money. To make sure this does not happen, it is important that governments fund Catholic schools fairly into the future. Catholic school authorities recognise the vital importance of this situation for families and will provide more information as it becomes available from the National Catholic Education Commission. For further information on Catholic school funding please visit fundinginfo.catholic.edu.au or view a video on Catholic school funding.

TÜà WxÑtÜàÅxÇà Year 11 Visual Art Studies have completed their cane environmental sculptures. The students had worked with Brisbane Artist Tony Rice as they explored using cane and discarded materials to create sculptures based on endangered species. Some their art work is presented below. Mrs Leonie McCulkin - Art Coordinator The Art Department is looking for donations of any Ballet costume materials for our Year 8 creatures. Thank you.

 

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VtÜxxÜ axãá Lattitude Global Volunteering Lattitude Global Volunteering (formerly known as Gap Activity Projects) is an international youth development charity. Their mission is to educate and develop young people worldwide by providing inclusive opportunities for them to make a positive difference to the lives of others through a distinctive, challenging, structured and supported international volunteering experience in a culture and community different from their own. Applications close on Friday 21 June for the 2014 round. For more information contact info@lattitude.org.au or visit www.lattitude.org.au

Little BigSound Little BigSound is a collaborative one day music industry forum project between QMusic and the Queensland Academy of Creative Industries/Youth Music Industries aimed at young people in upper high school and tertiary courses who are interested in pursuing a career in the contemporary music industry, either as musicians or industry workers. The day is focused on building skills, and providing information specifically targeted at young people aged 14 - 25 and will provide a combination of informative panels and breakout sessions designed to inspire, educate and engage. Little BigSound will focus on the contemporary music industry and its related creative career pathways, such as band management, music photography, marketing and publicity for musicians, and event management. Little BigSound will include a live band showcase featuring emerging artists. The day also provides an opportunity to network, share ideas and create relationships for future collaboration and support. Lunch will be included. When:

Friday 12 July, 2013.

Keynote speaker and music industry workshop sessions between 9am and 5.00pm

Were:

The Edge, Stanley Place, Cultural Centre, Soutbank, Brisbane

Cost:

Tickets are $33 per individual. Entry includes lunch and live music showcase. Groups of 10 or more receive a 10% discount.

Website: www.bigsound.org.au or www.youthmusicindustries. Com Contact Mr Langford or Mrs Rynne for more information. Christine Rynne - Careers Coordinator

_tÇzâtzx WxÑtÜàÅxÇà axãá  French Last week we welcomed 17 French exchange students and their two accompanying teachers to Loreto College Coorparoo from our sister school, St Joseph de Tivoli in Bordeaux. Thank you to the Loreto families who are hosting our international guests. During their visit to Brisbane, the French group have been participating in a range of classes which have been specially organised for them and I would like to thank the teachers involved in these activities. Last Thursday the French exchange students visited Underwater World and Mooloolaba and this week (weather dependent!) they will go to Stradbroke Island, Australia Zoo, Southbank and Brisbane city. In addition, the French group have been working with each of the French classes at Loreto which is proving to be an enriching cultural and linguistic experience for everyone involved. Hopefully our French guests can enjoy some Queensland sunshine before their departure this Friday! We look forward to seeing the families who are hosting the French students at the farewell get together this Wednesday 6th March in the Mary Ward Centre canteen area near the pool. I would also like to thank Naa Sackey and the Multicultural Council for the wonderful welcome snacks that they provided for the French group upon their arrival at Loreto last Monday. In the pouring rain, it was lovely to see some warm hospitality extended to our international visitors. The Multicultural Council is also to be commended for the excellent way in which they organised celebrations for French Day recently. The cakes, croissants and éclairs were very popular at morning tea as was the “Design a Dress” competition at lunch time. Well done, girls – your hard work ensured that French Day was enjoyed by everyone!   Louise Tilly - Languages Coordinator

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_xztÄÄç UÄÉÇwxË @ g{x `âá|vtÄ     Two staff tickets have become available for the Musical show “Legally Blonde” on Thursday 14 March 7.30pm. The cost is $65 per ticket. If anyone is interested in purchasing these tickets please contact Trish Willing at the College or email: willingp@loreto.qld.edu.au

`âá|v axãá Classroom Music Excursion – This excursion is on tomorrow. All students studying classroom Music from Years 9 - 12 will need to leave regular classes at 10:15 am and meet immediately in the mezzanine of the MWC for roll marking and departure. We will return to school by about 1.00pm so students will not need to bring their lunch or any bags with them. Year 10 students who are hosting Mary Ward Connect students, and Year 11/12 students hosting French Exchange students are invited to bring their host sister/brother with them to this concert. Music Extension Recital – All interested staff, students and friends are invited to come along to the Year 12 Music Extension Performance Recital next Tuesday night 12 March. The concert will run from 6.00pm to 7.00pm and will feature short solo performances by Isabella Kirkman, Fiona McMahon, Gabby Flores, Nicole Pinto, Jaclyn Kuhl, Shannon Becquigny and Maddie Dinnen. This is an assessed performance so the girls would appreciate a supportive audience coming along!

Lunchtime Recital – Any students interested in performing in an informal concert setting are invited to sign-up for the Term One Lunchtime Music Recital, to be held next Friday 15 March on the Mary Ward Centre Stage. Sign up by adding your name, piece information and accompanist to the sheet posted on the Music Noticeboard.

Loreto Music Festival – Entries are now open for the Loreto Music Festival! Students from all year levels are invited to enter as a Vocal Soloist (separate Year 8, Year 9, Year 10 and Senior divisions) Instrumental Soloist (Beginner, Junior, Intermediate and Advanced divisions), Duet (Year 8, Year 9/10, Year 11/12 divisions) or Ensemble (Acoustic and Band sections). All entries attract points towards the coveted Loreto Music Festival Perpetual House Trophy as well as the chance to be selected to perform at the Finals Concert on Wednesday 19 June. Collect your entry forms from Wednesday this week from outside the Music Office or from your Music Tutor. Entries close next Friday 15 March so don’t miss out! String Quartet – The String Quartet will rehearse on Friday mornings from 7:15 am to 8:15 in room 702. Don’t forget that your first performance for the year will be at St James School Coorparoo on Sunday 17 March from 12:30pm to 1 pm. Ben Langford - Director of Music

c 9 Y axãá P & F Meeting The next P & F meeting will be held on Tuesday 12 March at 7.30pm, not tonight. Ordinarily it is on the first Tuesday of the month but it has been pushed back by a week due to a clash with another event. We look forward to seeing new and old faces next week.

Years 8 - 12 Student Dance Another reminder the student dance is on Friday 15 March at the Mary Ward Centre.

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We need over 200 Easter eggs on Easter Thursday and time is running out. Our members will wrap and deliver them personally with the Holland Park Meals on Wheels. A small egg or a tray or a packet of small ones – all are good! We ask the Loreto Community to help with this task. Our thanks to the following members who participated in the combined schools Social Justice Day: Ciane Gallenti-Guilfoyle, Jemima Moore, Bridget Pekin, Sarah King, Mikaela Kerwin, Marcie Bakker, Chantel Morris, Samantha Crawford, Nicola Tracey. The girls attended workshops and discussions on the very topical issues of refugees and asylum seekers. They were given the opportunity to sort out facts from misconceptions or myths. Well done! There will be a Fairy Accessory Day next Tuesday 12 March, along with special sweets for sale. Funds raised this term are going to help the St Vincent de Paul Family Support Centre at Inala and to those affected by the recent floods. Bill Kenny – St Vincent de Paul Coordinator  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

lxtÜ DC ctÜxÇà fÉv|tÄ Ztà{xÜ|Çz All Year 10 Parents are invited to attend a social gathering on Friday 15 March (the same night as the P & F Dance) on the top floor of Mulwith. Please bring a small plate of finger food and your own refreshments. We look forward to welcoming you to this evening. For further details see the attached flyer in newsletter. Thank you. Kim Devine and Catrina Capelli - Year 10 Parent Representatives

fÑÉÜàá WxÑtÜàÅxÇà axãá SWIM CAMP On 22 and 23 February, thirty girls from the Loreto Swim squad travelled to Runaway Bay’s Super Centre at the Gold Coast in our schools first ever sport camp. Here, the team enjoyed the rarity of swimming in a 50m heated pool where they could practice their dives, sprinting and relays, similar to the pool we will be competing in at Catholic School Girls. Speaking on behalf of the squad, the camp was a great opportunity and a very enjoyable experience for us all. We had the opportunity to spend time with the Year 8s and work with the other grades. A few highlights of the camp, aside from enjoying the delicious food buffet, was witnessing the girls attempting to do Pilates and joining in some fun team building exercises. The team was grateful that our coach, Tennille was able to attend the camp with us. Thanks to Tennille and to our teachers, Mrs Stevens and Mrs McKeown who were able to deal with any concerns at Saturday morning training, and with a wake up call at 5.30am! Fisher and Samantha Firrell - Swim Captains

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To the following girls who have been selected for the Metropolitan East 19 years and Under Swimming Team for 2013: Brittany Ryan Year 10, Hannah Wixted Year 11 and Samantha Firrell Year 12. We wish the girls every success at the competition to be held at Brisbane Aquatic Centre, Chandler from 21 March to 23 March.

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To Georgia Johnson, Year 10 who was selected for the U15 Metropolitan East Volleyball team to play at Caloundra starting 9 May.

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To Isabelle Mowen, Year 12 who was selected for the U19 Metropolitan East Volleyball team to play at Runaway Bay starting 21 March.

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To Maddison Chinn, Taylor Chinn (Year 9) and Celia Lane (Year 12) who represented the Metropolitan East Regional Triathlon team at the State Championships on 14 to 16 February. An excellent achievement from the girls. Meg Stevens - Director of Sport

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VOLLEYBALL 2013 This Week’s Draw – Round 4: 6 March Rd 4 

Open A – MTA 

Away: Padua College, Turner Rd, Kedron 

BUS 1 - Mr Swanson 

 

Open B – SSC 

Away: San Sisto College 

BUS 3 – Ms Badke 

6/3 

Junior A – LHC 

Away: Lourdes Hill College 

BUS 2 – 

Junior B – SSC 

Away: San Sisto College 

BUS 3 - Ms Badke 

Junior C - OLC 

Home: Loreto College 

Mrs Gore 

Junior D – STU 

Home: Churchie 

BUS 4 - Mrs Gold 

Junior E - STU 

Home: Churchie 

BUS 4 - Mrs Gold 

Junior F– BRI 

Home: Loreto College 

Mrs Gore 

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, depending on traffic. 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.

Volleyball Results It was a difficult round of Volleyball this week, due to Retreat, rain and a couple of forfeits. Congratulations to all girls for digging deep and producing improved ‘attacking’ Volleyball. Open A A dominant 3 – 0 win over Mt St Michaels came primarily on the back of some awesome power serving. The calling and teamwork also improved as the match progressed with some nice setting and hitting later in the match. Open B The girls put up a hard fight this week but unfortunately lost the match 2-1. Great blocking by Claudia Miotti and fantastic dedication by everyone. Junior A The Junior A Volleyball team had a disappointing yet incredibly hard fought 2-1 loss against MTA. Narrowly losing the first set, the second set then went down to the wire which the Junior A girls deservedly won. The final set, much like the rest of the game swung in each team’s favour throughout, with Loreto losing by two points. All girls in this game played out of their skins and should be very proud of their efforts. Junior B Unfortunately, the Junior B team went down 3-0 to Our Lady's College. Shenae Megahey played with consistent serves, scoring us at least 9 points, throughout the game. Improved focus in training on Mondays in required to ensure we are serving and passing consistently. Our calling has improved. Keep up the hard work Junior B! Junior C Great serving efforts by Sophie Freedman and Paige Paremain who under pressure maintained composure and served to win both sets after being down. Special mention to Sidonie Smith for great spiking and all players on the sideline for their continual enthusiasm and spirit. Congratulations to all players who impressed by demonstrating three hits! Junior D The Junior D team won teir third match on Wednesday afternoon, downing St Rita’s College in straight sets. The girls ran away convincingly with the first set before battling it out in the final two to keep their undefeated streak alive. The team have been improving with every training session this season and are working well as a team. Notable performances from Annetta Hile and Isabella Lovenitti. Junior E Won, through Forfeit . Junior F Won, through Forfeit.

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AFL Junior AFL Results Round 3: 27 February Another week and plenty of wet weather has meant our third game was cancelled. Even though we are well placed points wise we will need to work hard at the next game scheduled at Western Districts against Brigidine. As long as the rain holds off, all players will need to be ready for a tough game. All parents and supporters are welcome to join in and support the team. If it is raining please ring the emergency sports line to confirm the status of training or matches. Alan Lane-Richardson - Coordinator

Water polo This Week’s Draw – Week 14: 9 March Each team is playing at the Somerville House swimming pool. Players MUST be at the venue 30 minutes prior to the game. 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. TIME

AGE

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POOL

1.20pm

U14C

Loreto Warriors C v Somerville C

2

2.40pm

U15C

Loreto Warriors C V Somerville C

1

4.40pm

U18C

Loreto Warriors C – Stuartholme C

2  

Results - 2 March U14 The Under 14’s had a tough game against the number one team in the competition. The team played well scoring a good goal, but Brigidine were very strong. Outstanding effort to all the girls for their determination and consistency. Coach: Oliver Chambers U15 The Under 15’s played a nail biting match against Brisbane Girls Grammar school and unfortunately experienced their first lost to BGS during the season. After a hard couple of training sessions the girls realised what they had to do on the weekend if they wanted to win. It was fair to say they were very aware of their individual roles in the pool taking out the first quarter 3 -1. After a strong and close second quarter half time it was 4 - 2. The start of the 3rd quarter came quickly but due to a lack of team concentration BGGS quickly scored 2 goals to even the score. Going into the last quarter the girls were leading 6-5 with 30 seconds to go BGGS gained an extra player and due to the confusion by Loreto a 5 metre penalty was awarded. Full time and all players had to be removed from the game for the shot. Just before the final whistle blew BGGS scored a goal to even the game . A very positive game for the girls considering they have never come close to this team before. I’m sure the girls will look forward to playing them in the final. Coach: James Duffy U 18’s team - Bye this week. CSGSSA SWIMMING CARNIVAL Monday, 11 March is the Catholic Girls’ Swimming Carnival at Chandler. All Year 8 and 12 students will be attending to support our Swim Team. This is a wonderful opportunity for Big Sisters and Little Sisters to get to know each other and for Year 12 students to induct Year 8 students into some important Loreto traditions, such as the College war cry. Attendance is compulsory on this day as on any other. Students who do attend feel very let down by other students who stay away without valid reason. We would like this to be an occasion to build community rather than damage it. All non-attendance will be checked. Students are not to bring magazines, or electronic devices such as IPods. They will be fully engaged in cheering on our swimmers. Dress for the day for spectators is perfect formal school uniform – hat is not required. Students in the swim team will receive a letter with specific details regarding events, uniform, arrival and departure times. All students should bring food and plenty of water. Only very limited canteen facilities will be available for a short time. Students will be travelling to and from the carnival by bus. No student will be able to leave from Chandler unless they bring a parental note to Ms Carty beforehand and a parent is there to collect them by 2.00pm. Helen Carty - Deputy Principal – Pastoral Care CROSS COUNTRY Cross Country training is starting in preparation to the up-coming season. The Cross Country training is as follows: Monday - 3.30pm to 4.45pm, Tuesday - 6.45am to 8.00am and 3.30pm to 4.45pm, Thursday - 6.45am to 8.00am and 3.30pm to 4.45pm

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ST PETER’S LUTHERAN COLLEGE SWIMMING MEET Last Friday 1 March, 33 competitors from the Loreto College swim team competed at the St Peter’s Lutheran College Lead-Up Swim Meet. It was a very successful meet with the opportunity to compete in a 50m pool and practise the relay changeovers. Congratulations to the girls for their excellent behaviour and support of each other on the night. A special thank you to Year 10 girls for timekeeping. A reminder that there is compulsory swimming session on Wednesday morning and a Swim Squad Breakfast will be held on Friday 8 March at 7.15am. All girls will have a final relay practise Friday morning at 6.45am before breakfast. It is essential all swim team members must attend the session. If any parents would like to assist with the breakfast please call Meg Stevens on 33949980 by Thursday morning.

TENNIS Starting times for Tennis 2013: D1/2,D3, D4,E1/2,E3/4& E5 A/ARES, B1/B2 and C1 Premiership Grades All other grades AHS games A - C Grades MTA games A - C Grades

Commence at 8.00am and finish at 12noon Commence at 11.30 am Commence at 1.00pm Commence at 10.00am Commence at 10.00am

This Week’s Draw: Round 3 - 9 March A/ARES

V Stuartholme (1) at Loreto College Coorparoo

B1/B2

V All Hallows’ at Loreto College Coorparoo

B3/4

V Mt Alvernia at Shaw Park Tennis Centre (Starting time 10.00am)

B5/6

V Our Lady’s at BGGS

B7/8

V Brigidine (1) at Nudgee Junior College

C1/C2

V Brigidine at BGGS

C3/4 (1)

V Mt St Michael’s at Mt St Michael’s Ashgrove

C3/4 (2)

V Mt Alvernia at BGGS

D1/D2

V San Sisto at Loreto College

D3/D4

V Mt St Michael’s at Mt St Michael’s Ashgrove

D5/6 (1)

V Loreto (2) at BGGS

D5/6 (2)

V Loreto (1) at BGGS

E1/2

V Lourdes Hill (1) at BGGS

E3/4 (1)

V Mt St Michael’s (2) at Mt St Michael’s Ashgrove

E3/4 (2)

V Mt St Michael’s (1) at BGGS

Tennis Results: Round 2 - 2 March A/ARES V Mt St Michael’s – washed out due to rain B1/B2

V Mt Alvernia – washed out due to rain

B3/4

V Lourdes Hill (2) – washed out due to rain

B5/6

V San Sisto – washed out due to rain

B7/8

V Stuartholme (2) – washed out due to rain

C1/C2

V Lourdes Hill – washed out due to rain

C3/4 (1)

V Stuartholme – washed out due to rain

C3/4 (2)

V St Rita’s – washed out due to rain

D1/D2

V All Hallows’ (1) – washed out due to rain

D3/D4

V St Rita’s – washed out due to rain

D5/6 (1)

V Stuartholme – washed out due to rain

D5/6 (2)

V St Rita’s – washed out due to rain

E1/2

V All Hallows’ (2) – washed out due to rain

E3/4 (1)

V Mt St Michael’s (1) – washed out due to rain

E3/4 (2)

V All Hallows’ (2) – washed out due to rain

Sincerity

Freedom

Meg Stevens – Tennis Coordinator/Director of Sport

JUSTICE

Verity

Felicity


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UâÄÄxà|ÇBaÉà|vxá Live Well with Asthma Community Workshops Do you or someone you care for live with asthma? Have you, or the person you care for ever: 

Woken up during the night coughing, wheezing or out of breath?

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Struggled to keep up with normal day-to-day activities?

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Used your blue reliever puffer more than three times a week?

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Felt uncertain or unsure about using your medications?

If so, these are all signs which may indicate that your asthma is not well controlled. If your asthma is limiting your quality of life, or you want to obtain more information about your asthma, please come along to a free Live Well with Asthma community workshop (see details below). All workshops are conducted by experienced Asthma Educators. To register for a workshop, or to find out about a workshop being held in your area, please contact 1800 ASTHMA (1800 278 462)

Tuckshop Volunteers Monday 11 March ‐ Friday 15 March

Monday 11 March: Geraldine Dwyer‐West, Kym Fisher,  Jane Higgins, Mary Favios Tuesday 12 March: Helen Kentos, Tracey O’Reilly, Jan  Quinn, Jill O’Mara, Rachael Sydney Wednesday 13 March: Kim Devine, Liz Carroll, Christy  Grison, Katrina Capelli Thursday 14 March: Karen Chaston, Judy Cunningham,  Caroline Da‐Rin De‐Barbera, Ca a Camaroni, Lisa Roberts                                                                                                              Friday 15 March: Josie Mellick, Meg Norris, Donna            Orazio, Anne‐Marie Paroz

Special of the Day ‐ $3.80

Monday 11 March: Nachos                                                                                                                                                            Tuesday 12 March: Sushi $2.60 per roll Chicken/          Tuna/California/Avocado                                                                                                                             Wednesday 13 March: Chicken Caesar Salad Wraps      Thursday 14 March: Chorizo and Roasted Pumpkin           Pizza                                                                                                                                                       Friday 15 March:            Lasagne and Salad        

   

                                                                     

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Freedom

JUSTICE

Verity

Felicity


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Volume 6 - 5 March, 2013

Year 10 parents are invited to a casual gathering at Top Floor Mulwith On Friday 15th March 7.30pm (Same night as the P&F Loreto dance at Mary Ward) We understand families have many commitments on the weekends so we thought by coinciding the events it would give an opportunity for parents to get together and chat over drinks, while our girls were at the dance. Address: BYO:

Loreto College, Mulwith on Lade St. Plate to share, Drinks (We will provide glasses, plates) Monday 11th March Kim 0402744303 Katrina capsal1@bigpond.net.au 0403356822

RSVP:

We look forward to you joining us! Kim Devine Katrina Capelli

David Causer Kylie Crone   

 

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Freedom

JUSTICE

Verity

Felicity


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P & F YEARS 8 - 12 STUDENT DANCE Friday 15 March 2013

PARENT SUPERVISION SLIP

                                                            (Please complete and return to College Office ASAP                                                                                                                                 or email: kerrie.bull@bigpond.com)    

Name:  ___________________________________________________     Daughter's Name & Class:  ___________________________________     Phone Home:_____________________________________   Mob: ____________________________      Email: _____________________________________________________________________________   I would prefer the following  me slot:  Security (s ll need 3 ‐ 4 helpers) 

6.30 ‐ 8.30 p.m.

(s ll need 3 helpers) 

8.00 ‐ 10.30 p.m. 

 

 

 Parent helpers are mostly at entry and exit points as we have security guards inside and outside the hall.

Cloakroom (s ll need 2 helpers) 6.30 - 8.30 p.m.              (s ll need 6 helpers)                       

  

 

  8.30 ‐ 10.00 p.m. 

Tickets (s ll need 1 helper) 

 6.30 - 8.00 p.m. 

 8.00 - 10.00 p.m. 

Drinks (s ll need 2 helpers) 

 7.00 – 8.30 p.m. 

Set Up Friday    (6 helpers) 

     3.30 ‐ 4.30 p.m.   Clean Up Saturday (6 helpers)  9.00 ‐ 10.00 am 

(s ll need 1 helper)

  8.30 ‐ 10.15 p.m. 

 

Sincerity

Freedom

JUSTICE

Verity

Felicity


5 March 2013