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60 Park Parade Shorncliffe QLD 4017 Tel (07) 3631 9000 Fax (07) 3631 9001 Email office@stpatricks.qld.edu.au www.stpatricks.qld.edu.au

No. 27

05 September 2013

Dear Members of the St. Patrick’s College Community This week is Queensland Child Protection Week. Our children are precious and it is critical that they safe. As parents and teachers we have responsibilities to protect and support the children in our care. The theme of this week, Play your part, reinforces this important role. At St. Patrick’s College, staff undertake child protection training each year and the College has dedicated School Protection Officers. This week, some work is being done with students in Tutor Group to raise awareness of child protection. The message around Child Protection Week is: Protecting children is everybody’s business—Play your part. If you are wanting further information please refer to the website www.childprotectionweek.org.au for more details. Earlier this week the Year 12 students participated in the Queensland Core Skills Test (QCST). This was a demanding two days for them and I wish to congratulate them on how they approached the test and applied themselves over the two days. I also wish to thank the large number of staff and parents who assisted during the test days. The students no doubt felt a strong sense of support as a result of your presence. We now wait to receive the QCST results later in the year. In the next week I will email all families details of the proposed new sports shirt. I have had discussions at P & F meetings and with staff over recent months and the options I will email is the result of this consultation. I am very keen to receive feedback regarding the proposed options. Please note that any introduction of a new sports shirt would be over a staged period of two or three years. It is also important to note that the colours in the email are not exact. The green in the body of the shirt would match the green of our existing sports pants and the gold would match the gold of our current sports pants. I would appreciate feedback after I send the email with the options attached, so if you have any comments please then email me at mcarroll@stpatricks.qld.edu.au. I will continue to provide updates as the year progresses. Congratulations to Marcus Ferguson and Taitaifono Reupena who competed for Queensland in the recent 15 Years National Volleyball Championships. The Queensland team won the gold medal and Marcus was subsequently selected in the 15 Years Australian Volleyball Merit Team. Well done! Earlier this year I invited parents to provide feedback to me regarding the College bus runs in preparation for a meeting I had with Translink. I thank the large number of parents who provided feedback. A significant issue which surfaced was the possibility of providing a bus from the Redcliffe area and another from the Bridgeman Downs/Albany Creek area. To date I have received no response from Translink. However, I have contacted Thompsons Bus Services to investigate the possibility of establishing these bus runs. I will continue to investigate these options and will keep families informed of any progress. Finally this week, my congratulations go to the 1st XI football team who last week were grand finalists in the Uhl Sports Cup State Soccer Championships. Whilst beaten by BSHS in the final they played very well throughout the tournament and represented St. Patrick’s College with distinction. The team’s achievements this year as AIC premiers and finalists in the Uhl Sports Cup have been exceptional. Congratulations to all players and coaches, and the huge band of supporters who supported the team during the season. Well done, all! Have a great week God Bless

Dr Michael Carroll College Principal

A Catholic Boys' School in the Edmund Rice Tradition catering for Years 5 to 12


College Dean

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Mr David Gardiner


College Dean

Mr David Gardiner

COMMUNICATION The College has significantly improved communication procedures with the introduction of the Calling online, the SPC App and our new intranet, Connect. The next stage of our communication plan is the commencement of a St Patrick’s College Facebook page. Final design amendments are being completed and from next week you will be able to ‘Like’ the St Patrick’s College Facebook official page. Facebook pages obviously include photos and if any parents are uncomfortable with the possible use of photos of their son on the Official College Facebook page, can you please email me or send me a letter indicating your desire to not have any photo of your son used on our Facebook page.

PADDIES GARDEN SCARECROW As part of the Paddies Garden at the front of the Morrissey Building, a scarecrow has been erected to deter the birds from the garden. At our recent Open Day, a competition was run to name the new scarecrow. The name selected by the panel is Mr Fiddlesticks. Congratulations to Louis Emery in Year 11 who wins a SPC cap for the winning name.

CIC TRACK & FIELD The CIC Track and Field Carnival will be held next Monday and Wednesday. 49 athletes have been selected to represent St Patrick’s and it will be important for us to support them. The major carnival is on Wednesday at QSAC . It is the final competition for CIC in its current format with the GPS schools not being members of CIC from 2014. Because of this it has been decided to send all Year 5, 6 and 7 students to the CIC Track and Field Carnival to support our athletes and to mark this significant moment in CIC history.

INDIA IMMERSION A number of our Year 11 students have been selected for the India Immersion. Supporting the communities we visit in India is a significant aim for the group. The boys have been conducting car washing and now have planned a ‘Spider’ day to help raise funds. TOMMORROW at morning tea ‘Spiders’ will be for sale for $2.

MR FIDDLESTICKS

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AP Identity Year 12 is a year of “last times”: last Maths lesson, last assignment, last game for St Pat’s, last tuckshop deluxe hotdog, last House assembly, and so on. Last week, boys had their last QCS Prep lesson before this week completing the actual test – hopefully this “last time” was a good one. This year is also the last time most of our Year 12s will not vote in an election. Therefore, whoever forms government this weekend and whomever becomes Prime Minister will be judged by our current Year 12 students in a few years from now. This article is not about political sides, and certainly not about encouraging or discouraging young people to vote in a particular way. It is, however, about encouraging our graduating students to begin to raise their awareness of issues affecting people in our society. It is becoming clear that many of our politicians today believe the best way to increase their vote-winning capacity is to appeal to our self-interest – which party will I vote for so I can personally get further ahead? It is my belief that in doing so, our politicians have misunderstood us. I believe that if political leaders want our respect and indeed our votes, they should be appealing to our innate desire for everyone to be better off, not just ourselves. Winston Churchill, among others, said words to the effect of: “A society can only be judged by the way in which it treats its weakest members.” Like Pope Francis, Br Philip Pinto and many others, I subscribe to this theory. I also firmly believe that after being educated at St Patrick’s, our young men will have a strong sense of it as well.

Mr Matthew Hawkins Of course, there are many election issues, ranging from the economy to health, education and broadband technology. Key questions for me though, and I think for those looking at this election from a Catholic and Edmund Rice perspective, are: Which policies are designed to look out our most needy? Who are our most needy? Those with disabilities, our first Australians, our newest Australians ie refugees and asylum seekers? All of the above plus more? Which Party, if any, is appealing to our human desire to look out for each other in every sense – economically, educationally, compassionately? These are tough questions, not easy to answer in this current political climate. Our young people, including our current Year 12s, have a wonderful opportunity and a big responsibility in the coming few years. As Phil Glendenning, Director of the Edmund Rice Centre and President of the Australian Refugee Council said to some students on Monday of this week, politicians fear young people, as they don’t know which political side they are going to favour. Politicians want those young people’s votes, so will respond to the voices and the ideals of our young people. I encourage our current Year 12s, who for the last time will not vote this year, to make sure their voices are heard as they use the skills and knowledge they have acquired during their schooling to try to make a better world for all people, not just themselves. Whatever happens on and after Saturday, let’s hope for a re-focus on the needs of our society’s most needy. This is after all, the central message of the Gospel.

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AP Curriculum YEAR 7 MON B 9 SEP

6 7

YEAR 8

7C Music Test 7B Music Test

YEAR 9 1 4

TUE B 10 SEP

5

WED B 11 SEP

Mr Chris Campbell

1-2 3-4 (5)

THU B 12 SEP

6 7

7E Music Test 7A Music Test

3

FRI B 13 SEP

34

Science

1-2

YEAR 10

YEAR 11

9A PE Test 9C PE Test

9B PE Test

3(-4)

Shop B

YEAR 12

NORMAL CLASSES

8.50 8.50

NORMAL CLASSES

12.10 12.10 8.50 8.50 12.10 12.10 8.50 12.10

9A,C Graphics 9B Graphics Indonesian Listening

3

Music Test

NORMAL CLASSES

1-2 3-4 (5) 5

NORMAL CLASSES

Science

1(-2)

10 A,C Graphics 10B Graphics Indonesian Listening Shop A

8.50 8.50 8.50 12.10 12.10 12.10 8.50 8.50 12.10

NORMAL CLASSES

12.10 YEAR 7 MON A 16 SEP

YEAR 8 1 3 4 6-7

8B Drama Test 8E Drama Test 8H Drama Test Science

TUE A 17 SEP

WED A 18 SEP

3-4 (5)

4-5

3-4 (5)

Maths

3-4 (5)

YEAR 9 Maths Ess Maths

YEAR 10 3-4

English

8.50 8.50 12.10 12.10

Adv Maths

3-4 3-4 (5)

CC Ext Maths 1 CC Core Maths

8.50 8.50

Maths

12.10 12.10 12.10 12.10 8.50 12.10

THU A 19 SEP

3-4

Science Ess Science

8.50 12.10

FRI A 20 SEP

1-2

CC Ext Maths 2

8.50 12.10 12.10

E208-9 Chemistry S1M1 12A Engineering S201 IPT M101 Geography E208-9 Economics S1W2 12A Furnishing E208-9 Phys Ed M101 Maths C CC English CC Marine St

CC Maths A CC Maths B CC PreVoc Maths S2C1/2Accounting C201 Music S1W2 12C Furnishing S2G12 Graphics CC Legal Studies S1W2 12B Furnishing S1M1 12B Engineering

YEAR 11

YEAR 12

CC Maths A CC Maths B S2C1/2 Accounting S1M1 11A Engineering M101 Maths C S1W2 11B Manufacturing S2G1 Graphics C201 Music M101 IPT S1W2 11A Manufacturing CC English CC Chemistry

NORMAL CLASSES

CC Mar Studies CC Study of Religion CC Physics M101 Geography S1M1 11B Engineering

NORMAL CLASSES

NORMAL CLASSES

NORMAL CLASSES

NORMAL CLASSES

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AP Student Formation This week is Child Protection Week, all students gathered in House groups to participate in an education campaign on child safety. House Dean’s delivered the presentation which outlined:              

General safety messages Knowing and understanding the signs Establishing a network of people to talk too Speaking and trusting a real person Parent/Guardian Teacher House Dean Counsellor Friend Bullying Staying Safe How to report information St Patrick’s Bullying Portal Outside agencies

Mr Frank Torrisi fulfilled his Academic or Pastoral commitments he will be required to stay at school until all those commitment have been fulfilled during exam block. All students must have their parents/guardians sign the forms.

LIBRARY It’s getting near the end of term when all boys have to have their diaries signed. Please remember that we will not sign off any boy who has overdue books. If the book has been lost they will need to pay for it. On another note, it’s time to visit the library at lunchtime to borrow for holiday reading and our elibrary is available 24/7

EXAM BLOCK PRIVILEGES All students in Years 11 and 12 have what is known as block exams. This allows boys to stay home when they do not have an exam. This time should be used in a productive way that will assist them to achieve the best possible results. It is definitely not a time to get extra hours at their part time jobs. The library is available for those students who wish to study at school. Some items that need to be reinforced are:

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation has developed an App that can be used as an information gathering service. “ The 'Help Me' App is a great way to not only help keep kids safe, but assist people of all ages, from 7 to 97, covering all kinds of personal emergency situations”. (Daniel Morcombe  Block Exams is a privilege not a right. Foundation Website)

 All normal school rules apply. All students were provided with information regarding the service provided by the App. It can be downloaded using the  Students must attend school in full school uniform, even if they are only coming to school for a short period of following link. time. http://www.danielmorcombe.com.au/app.html  Students are not permitted to leave the school grounds for any reason during the day if they are at school for the whole day.  IPods and Mobile phone are not permitted to be used on the school grounds.

LOST PROPERTY At the end of each day a large amount of lost property is handed into the Student Office. A large percentage of the If there is any further information that you require please do lost property is not labelled. I cannot stress how important for not hesitate to call your son’s House Dean or Mr Torrisi on all students to label all clothing clearly and take responsibility 36319084 for their own personal items. At the end of the term any lost property that is not claimed and not named will be either YEAR 12 QCS returned to the Uniform Shop to be resold or will be given to Congratulations to all our Year 12 students who sat the QCS St Vincent de Paul. Test this week. The positive, calm attitude shown by all the boys was excellent to see. There was a degree of nervousness about but a very quiet determined manner as well. ORIENTATION EVENING 2014 We certainly hope the boys’ effort is matched by their results The next intake of new students to St Patrick’s will begin with the 2014 Orientation Evening on 14 October. This is an at the end of the year. important occasion as we welcome the new families to St Patrick’s and it would be wonderful to have a number of YEAR 12 STUDENT TERM EXIT PROCEDURE current families to assist with this evening. We require parents This Friday 6 September students in Years 12 will be involved to assist with the meeting and greeting, a welcome BBQ, in a Term exit process. The process will involve students being helping serve drinks in the tuckshop and with supper. If you signed off by the Academic and Pastoral areas of the College. can help please contact Mrs. Sandra Fowlie in the Student Year 12 students will meet with their House Deans during Office (3631 9070). Period 7 and once they have been processed are able to leave school to commence their block exams. If a student has not 6 | St Patrick’s College Calling 


Director Of Sport

Mr Luke Donatini

This coming Monday 9 September and Wednesday 11 September our College’s Junior Track and Field Team will compete at the annual CIC Track and Field Championships to be conducted at the University of Queensland Track and State Athletics Facility respectively. The athletes have been working hard on improving their performances and are all looking forward to the coming days of competition. We, as a College, wish them well and every success for next Monday and Wednesday’s CIC Track and Field Championships.

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS Tyson Rose (Year 7), Jake Pappin (Year 7), Ethan Rees (Year 7) & Conrad Skelton (Year 7) – recently competed at the Queensland Primary Schools Rugby Union Championships in Goondiwindi as members of the Metropolitan North Team. Their team was victorious and finished the tournament undefeated and defeating Metropolitan West in the final. Ethan Ryan (Year 5) – selected in to the Metropolitan North Primary Track & field Team to compete at the Queensland Primary Track & Field Championships to be held at QSAC on 15 and 16 October 2013. Daniel Gerandonis (Year 12) & Corey Sargent (Year 10) – recently competed in New Zealand in the Trans-Tasman Squash Challenge as part of the Queensland Schools Squash Team. Daniel was named as Captain of the Queensland Team. Queensland claimed the Gold medal in the Australian State Challenge. Both Corey and Daniel were then both selected into the Australian Schoolboys Squash Team to compete against New Zealand on the final day in a test match. Benjamin Gould (Year 8) - recently returned from competing for Australia in Table Tennis at the Oceania Table Tennis Championship in New Caledonia. He achieved one gold medal, one silver medal and three bronze medals throughout the course of the championships. He competed against other athletes from Korea, Singapore, China Tapei, France, United States of America, Canada, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Cook Islands, New Guinea and Thailand. Congratulations Ben on a fantastic achievement.

Corey Sargent & Daniel Gerandonis both recently named in the Australian Schoolboys Squash Team

Benjamin Gould - front left Medal winner at the recent Oceania Table Tennis Championship.

St Patrick’s College students Callum Sanders & Connor Scurr

with former St Patrick’s College student and Australian Wallabies player Jesse Mogg.

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Basketball CIC Basketball Round 6 SPC v IONA Friday 6 September 2013

TEAM 7A

TIME 4:45pm 5:30pm

7B

4:00pm 4:45pm

7C

4:45pm 5:30pm

7D 6A 6B 5A

4:00pm 4:45pm 4:45pm 5:30pm 4:00pm 4:45pm 4:45pm 5:30pm

5B

4:00pm 4:45pm

5C

4:00pm 4:45pm

5D

4:00pm 4:45pm

OPPONENT/LOCATION SPC Away Game vs IONA Oblate Hall 85 North Road, Wynnum West SPC Away Game vs IONA Oblate Outdoor Court 85 North Road, Wynnum West

SPC Home Game vs IONA Callan Centre, Court 1 Pier Avenue, Shorncliffe

SPC Away Game vs IONA – Lindum Court 3 85 North Road, Wynnum West SPC Away Game vs IONA – Lindum Court 4 85 North Road, Wynnum West

Hockey Our hockey team has been competing in the BHA Metropolitan Schoolboys Cup this season. They are semi- final playoff this Friday at Burringbah, Chermside, playing against Brisbane Boys College at 4 pm. The team, under the leadership of Alex Bhugon, has only lost one game this season. St Edmund’s College play Padua in the other semi-final at the same venue at 3pm. Please support our boys if you can. Information about hockey and the competition can be found on the Connect Sport page under Hockey.

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Mr Corey Meehan AIC Basketball Round 3 St Patrick’s College vs Iona College 7 September2013 St Patrick’s College Oblate Hall, 85 North Road, Wynnum West Oblate Outside Court, 85 North Road, Wynnum West TEAM

TIME

1sts

2.00pm

2nds

1.00pm

3rds

11.00am

16A

12.00pm

15A

10.00am

15B

9.00am

15C

8.00am

14A

1.00pm

14B

12.00pm

14C

11.00am

13A

10.00am

13B

9.00am

13C

8.00am

VENUE

Oblate Hall, 85 North Road, Wynnum West

Oblate Outside Court, 85 North Road, Wynnum West

Ms Marthy Watson


Tennis

Br Chris Pritchard CIC Tennis Round 6 v IONA Saturday 7 September OPPONENT/LOCATION

TEAM

TIME

1,2,

Start 8:00am arrive 7:30am

SPC Away Game vs IONA – Iona College Courts 85 North Road, Wynnum West

5&6

Start 8:00am arrive 7:30am

SPC Away Game vs SLC – Griffith University Mt Gravatt Tennis Centre – enter via Messines Ridge Road, Mt Gravatt

3,4, 7&8

Start 8:00m Arrive 7:30am

SPC Home Game vs IONA – Deagon Tennis Centre Board Street, Deagon

All players to provide morning tea please.

All players to wear correct St Patrick’s College uniform.

TEAM OPEN 1,2,3 16A & 16B,

15A, 15B, 14A & 14B, 13A & 13B

TIME Start 8:30am arrive 8:00am Start 8:30am Arrive 8:00am

AIC Tennis Round 3 v IONA Saturday 7 September OPPONENT/LOCATION SPC Home Game vs IONA – Wynnum Tennis Centre – Kitchener Park, Colina St, Wynnum

SPC Home Game vs IONA – Coops Tennis Centre – Beams Road, Carseldine

All players to provide morning tea please.

All players to wear correct St Patrick’s College uniform.

Sandgate & Districts Junior Tennis Club, our Deagon Courts, have a mini internal competition each Friday afternoon, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm, which is open to St Patrick’s College students at $3-00/player. Brother Pritchard is in attendance to take the students down after school. It is aimed for the beginning or weaker players who have/have not made one of our CIC or AIC regular teams and is usually a good evening’s experience of round robin tennis. Students that are interested in attending, see Brother Pritchard on a Friday.

Sport Support Group

Br Chris Pritchard

The advertised Sports Support Group Trivia Night on Friday 14 September has been cancelled due to the Deagon Community Race Day being held the following day.

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Track & Field

Mr Ryan Schultz

CIC TRACK & FIELD NEWS Following are the details pertaining to the forth coming CIC Track & Field Championships to be held at UQ Track and SAF next week. FIELD EVENTS - Monday September 9 UQ Track Time

Event

Age

10.00am

Long Jump Shot Put High Jump High Jump 800m

10 yrs 11 yrs 12 yrs 13 yrs 11 yrs

High Jump Long Jump Shot Put 800m 800m

10 yrs 11 yrs 12 yrs 13 yrs 12 yrs

Shot Put High Jump Long Jump Long Jump 800m

10 yrs 11 yrs 12 yrs 13 yrs 10 yrs

11.00am

12.00pm

TRACK EVENTS - Wednesday September 11 SAF Time

Event

Age

Divisions

9.00am

1500m

12 yrs & Under

1

9.15am

60m Hurdles

13 yrs 10 yrs 11 yrs 12 yrs

2,1 4-1 4-1 4-1

10.00am

200m

11.45am

100m

13 yrs 10 yrs 11 yrs 12 yrs 13 yrs 10 yrs 11 yrs 12 yrs

4-1 8-1 8-1 8-1 4-1 8-1 8-1 8-1

12.50pm 1.00pm

4 x 100m Relays

2.00pm

AIC TRACK & FIELD NEWS This Friday 6 September will see the second of our AIC Lead Up Track & Field Meets at the State Athletics Facility (SAF), Manly Road, Nathan. Below is an outline of all events for Friday evening. There will be bus transportation both to and from the venue. The bus will depart the College at 3.15pm and will arrive back at the approximately 8.45pm. We will encourage all students to contact their parents on departure from SAF. SCHEDULE OF TRACK EVENTS All Track events will run 13yrs to Open TIME 4:45 pm 4:50 pm 5:05 pm 5:45 pm 6:15 pm 6:45 pm

EVENT 6 September Hurdles 3000m 4 x 100m Relays 800m 200m 400m

7:15 pm 7:30 pm

1500m 100m

SCHEDULE OF FIELD EVENTS TIME 4:45 pm

5:35 pm

6:25 pm

7:15 pm

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EVENT

AGE GROUP

TRIPLE JUMP DISCUS LONG JUMP SHOT PUT HIGH JUMP (1.50m) JAVELIN LONG JUMP JAVELIN SHOT PUT HIGH JUMP (1.35m) DISCUS TRIPLE JUMP HIGH JUMP (1.25m) SHOT PUT JAVELIN LONG JUMP TRIPLE JUMP DISCUS DISCUS TRIPLE JUMP JAVELIN LONG JUMP SHOT PUT

13 YRS 14 YRS 15 YRS 15 YRS 16/OPEN (Pit 1) 16/OPEN 13 YRS 13 YRS 14 YRS 14 (Pit 1) 15 (Pit 2) 15 YRS 16/OPEN 13 YRS (Pits 1 & 2) 13 YRS 14 YRS 14 YRS 15 YRS 16/OPEN 13 YRS 14 YRS 15 YRS 16/OPEN 16/OPEN


Track & Field

Mr Ryan Schultz

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Cricket

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Mr Ryan Schultz


Community Notices ics Learning Group is presenting School Holiday Courses in September/October 2013 Give students the opportunity to make their years ahead less stressful for themselves and their parents. School Holiday Programs are One Day in length – 6 hours These courses are:

Advanced Reading Skills 30 September 2013 $165.00 9.00am to 3.30pm Essay Writing Skills 1 October 2013 $135.00

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work as a Zoo Keeper? Well, wonder no more because the school holidays are back, and so is Australia Zoo's holiday program, Zoo Keeper For a Day: Khaki Discovery! If you are aged between seven and eleven you can join the zoo crew to help feed the animals and clean enclosures, with exclusive behind the scenes access and plenty of hands-on action with some of our gorgeous animals. Children aged 12 to 14 can step it up a notch with Zoo Keeper for a Day: Khaki Extreme. It's a day you won't forget! Places are booking out fast so call 07 5436 2025 to make a reserve your spot. Ages: 7 - 11 years or 12-15 years Price: $85 Includes: Zoo entry, Zoo Keeper for a Day cap and water bottle, lunch, photo with one of our animals Duration: 5 hours Location: Australia Zoo Dates: 21 September to 6 October 2013 Further details are available at

www.australiazoo.com.au/education/zoo-keeper-for-a-day

9.00am to 3.30pm Junior Study Skills 2 October 2013 $135.00 9.00am to 3.30pm Senior Study Skills 3 October 2013 $135.00 9.00am to 3.30pm

Website Enrolment and information at http://skillscentre.com.au/ brisbane-h/ For more information contact icsbrisbane@skillscentre.com.au Or Telephone : 07 3102 1134

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Rosters The Paddies Van is Proudly Sponsored by:

ROSTER FOR UPCOMING SERVICE PROGRAMS Tuesday Morn BBQ Decker Park, Sandgate 7.25 am - 9.00 am

Tuesday Evening Street Van Brisbane City 5.00 pm - 8.45 pm

Tuesday, 10 September Beny Magier, Matthew Smith, Donald Johnston, Daniel Lucas

Tuesday, 10 September Liam Holm, Matt Podosky, James Koda, Jack Cavanagh, Louis Cleary

Thursday Morning BBQ Humpybong School 7. 30 am - 9.00 am

Saturday Night BBQ Sandgate Sandgate Lagoon 5.45 pm-8.30 pm

Thursday, 12 September Saturday, 14 September Richard Cook, Alec Camplin, Jack Henderson, Sam Ricks, Harrison Emal Azami, Nick Simmons, Royley, Jesse Keasley, Kevin Carroll Calam Learmonth, Jayden Bennett, Hamish Langenberg, Sean Gill, Jordan Humble, Liam Morgan 

Please Note: If you cannot fulfil your commitment to take part in these service programs, please advise Mrs Righetti ASAP.

UNIFORM SHOP TRADING HOURS TERM TIME TUES 12-4pm, WED 10AM-2pm, THURS 7.30-11.30am THRIFT SHOP FOR SALE (CRICKET SEASON) CRICKET BAGS, GLOVES, HELMETS, SHOES ALL REASONABLY PRICED

FINANCE DEPARTMENT TERM 3 FEE ACCOUNTS ARE DUE FOR PAYMENT IMMEDIATELY UNLESS ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN PUT IN PLACE. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED A TERM 3 FEE ACCOUNT PLEASE CONTACT JUDY KELLY ON 36319019 OR JKELLY@STPATRICKS.QLD.EDU.AU.

TUCKSHOP ROSTER

TUCKSHOP ROSTER

DATE

HELPERS

Fri

Evelin Liddell, Joanne Casey, Victoria Sutton

06/09

Mon 09/09

Sally Rudd, Karen Smyth, Joanne Clements, Jeana Scott

Tue 10/09

Vicki Wolstenholme, Maree Bishop, Michelle Brinkoff

WED 11/09

Debbie Birthisel, Sandra Appleby-Lake

Thu 12/09

Jacquie Baldock, Liz Dittberner, Andrea Massey

Fri

Tanya Smith, Shelly Paine, Lorette Atkinson, Helene Finegan

13/09

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Date Claimers

Term 3 Week 9, 10 & 11

WEEK NINE 6 September AIC Track & Field Carnival CIC Basketball v IONA (A) 7 September AIC Basketball/Tennis v IONA (A) CIC Tennis v IONA (A)

WEEK TEN 9 September CIC Track & Field Championships Field (UQ) Year 11 Dram Production 11 September CIC Track & Field Championships Track (QSAC), QDU Year 7 13 September AIC Track & Field, CIC Basketball v NJC(H) 14 September Sports Trivia Night, AIC Basketball/Tennis v PAD (A), CIC Tennis v NJC (H) 15 September Deagon Race Day

WEEK ELEVEN 18 September Parents and Friends Meeting 7:30pm Waterford Building 20 September Last Day Term 3 All term 3 fees should have been finalised please contact finance to make Arrangements. End of term Liturgy. Students dismissed at 1:30pm.

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