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MORNINGTON SECONDARY COLLEGE

NEWS DESK

OPEN NIGHT Thursday 17 March 2016, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Open Night is our chance to welcome the community into our college. The evening includes presentations of student work, displays, activities and performances by our school bands and the CFA Youth Brigade Drum Corps. Tours will be held throughout the evening showcasing all areas of the school.

SCHOLARSHIPS – YEAR 7, 2017 Scholarships are now open for students enrolling into Year 7, 2017 in ̅iwi`ÃœvčV>`i“ˆVčV…ˆiÛi“i˜Ì]-܈““ˆ˜}]-«œÀÌ]˜ÃÌÀՓi˜Ì> ÕÈV>˜` œÌiLœœŽ‡ /°

ENROLMENTS For all enrolment enquiries, please contact the college on 5970 0200.

WEEKLY TOURS vޜÕܜՏ`ˆŽi̜iÝ«iÀˆi˜ViœÕÀVœi}iˆ˜>V̈œ˜]«i>Ãiœˆ˜œ˜iœv our weekly tours. Mornington Secondary College 1051 Nepean Hwy, Mornington, 3931 Tel: 5970 0200 Email: mornington.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Proudly the college of the Mornington Community.

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Mornington News 15 March 2016

Winner’s smile: Youth of the year chairperson Pam Newman, Ikeylia Cowan, and her mother Theresa.

Lions choose Ikeylia for youth award AN outstanding presentation has helped Mt Eliza Secondary College captain Ikeylia Cowan win the regional Lions Youth of the Year quest, held at Mt Martha. Ikeylia, sponsored by Mt Eliza Lions Club, was one of six secondary school students to represent Lions clubs from Dromana, Frankston, Mornington, Mt Martha, and Rye. She now advances to the district competition on Sunday 20 March at Trafalgar. The judges assessed each student’s leadership abilities, along with community and school activities and academic performance. Each presented a five-minute speech and answered two impromptu questions. Mt Eliza Club president Neil Wingrave said Ikeylia’s presentation demonstrated confidence

and a strong belief in her subject. “She was assertive in her answers to the impromptu questions and thinks very well on her feet. All of our club members wish her well.” The Youth of the Year quest aims to encourage, foster and develop leadership as well as other citizenship qualities in young people. Qualities sought after, apart from academic attainments, are leadership, personality, sportsmanship, public speaking and good citizenship. The club meets at the Tanti Hotel on the third Tuesday of each month. Anyone interested in attending can call Neil Wingrave, 0428 362 755. The Youth of the Year contest begins in June/ July and culminates with the announcement of winners at the Multiple District Convention in May.

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