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No. 29 

13 September 2012

Dear Members of the St Patrick’s College Community, As we approach the end of Term 3 it is appropriate that I take this opportunity to reflect on the EREA Congress that was recently held in Melbourne. I, along with Zoe Morgan, Chris Campbell and Ray Celegato had the honour to attend the Congress. During the 2 1/2 days we were challenged to reflect on the possibilities and opportunities available to EREA, to look where we have come from and importantly reflect on where we are going as an organisation. St Patrick’s College is part of the network of schools across Australia that is called EREA and we were privileged to be part of this significant journey for EREA . As part of the Congress presentation a panel of past students was gathered and amongst the panel members was Mathew Makot, a Year 12 student from St Patrick’s College in 2012. Mathew was extraordinary in what he said and importantly how he reflected on the opportunity St Patrick’s College offered to him as a refugee from Sudan. He was a very proud St Patrick’s College Old Boy and certainly reflected his pride in the College. Over the next few months more information regarding the actions and outcomes from the Congress will be made available to schools and the Congress participants. As this information becomes available I will make it available via the Calling. During this week our CIC athletes have competed in the annual CIC Track & Field Carnival, St Patrick’s College athletes were in the top division (purple division) and acquitted themselves very well. At the conclusion of the Carnival they were placed 6th. I congratulate all athletes as well as their coaches Ms Cassie Harden, Mr Doug Locke and Pat Denkes. It was a great team effort. Well done to all. Our Support Groups play a vital role in supporting the various activities at St Patrick’s College. There are two activities happening that need your support. The first is the Trivia Night scheduled for this Saturday Night. The Sports Support Group has worked hard to ensure this will be a great night and they need your support. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased by ringing the College on 3631 9000. It is usually a fun night. We need your support. The second activity is the Art Union. Tickets were distributed to all families earlier this year. Currently there are still a large number of tickets not returned. Tickets are for a Mazda 2 Auto Wagon and are only $5 each. I ask parents to return their allocated tickets (preferably sold) by Monday 17 September. The car will be drawn at the Band of Brothers Concert on Saturday 21 October. All proceeds from the Art Union will be directed back to the College so your support is very much needed and greatly appreciated. Finally this week I extend an invitation to all parents to attend our annual End of Term Liturgy on Friday 21 September. This will be a special liturgy where not only will we give thanks for the term but we will also be acknowledged as a United Nations Global Peace School. This is a great honour for St Patricks College as we will be the first school in Queensland to receive such an award. You are very welcome to attend this special presentation beginning at 12.30pm in the Callan Centre.

Have a great week. God Bless

ART UNION TICKETS Mazda 2 Auto Wagon  Dr Michael Carroll College Principal

TRIVIA NIGHT SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER  

Only $5.00 per  cket  Ring Sharie on 3631 9000  to purchase  ckets 

CALLAN CENTRE 

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


Indigenous Liaison Officer The Australian Catholic University is committed to ‘Closing the Gap’ in Education. The Weemala Indigenous Higher Education Unit supports Indigenous students while they are at University. Reconciliation Australia has been researching Traditional Indigenous Games from all over Australia and the Weemala Unit invited schools in the north east area of Brisbane to a ‘Traditional Games Day’ which was held on the ACU oval at Banyo on Friday 7 September. St Patrick’s College was invited to take part. Mr Carr and Ms McInnes and 8 of our Indigenous Students travelled to the Australian Catholic University Campus at Banyo, bright and early last Friday morning.

Mr Stanley Carr

Alroy Bara & Jack Kelly taking part in the ‘ring game’ a game of strength and skill, watched by Adam and Kenny and the instructor.

The Traditional Games Day was officially opened by Krishna The boys participated in a game which is often said to be the Heffernan who is the Weemala Academic Co-ordinator and fore runner of AFL. Dr Jim Nolan who is the Academic Vice Chancellor of ACU. The picture below shows Fred Leone welcoming everyone to country accompanied by Alwyn Hannaway on didgeridoo. Kate Wragge from the Weemala Unit co-ordinated the day.

This photo is of St Patrick’s Students meeting two of the Indigenous Police Officers who were available to talk to students about policing. Other emergency services officers were also available for students to talk to. Many university faculties also were set up in tents so that stuStudents also had the opportunity to talk to Indigenous peo- dents who are interested in pursuing a university degree ple in the workforce, and to lecturers at ACU about life at uni- were able to talk and to understand what results are needed in order to gain entrance into university. We were impressed versity and how important for us all education is. with the amount of support the university offers Indigenous Students. They really are closing the gap.

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AP Curriculum

Mr Chris Campbell

Work Placement

Block Exams

Quite a number of students have approached our Work Placement Officer Ms Moody, asking about paid work possibilities. Although Ms Moody has a job bank file on hand, there are also a number of opportunities from employees who are currently sourcing their Christmas staff. If students are interested they may like to apply to any of the following:  Australia Post—Banyo  .Michael Hill Jewellers - All Stores in North Brisbane  Super Cheap Autos—Northern Brisbane Stores  Amart All Sports—Northern Brisbane Stores  City Beach—Chermside  Riot Arts and Crafts- Chermside

Year 11 students commence exam block on Monday. Class Tests will also be held at various times for students in other year levels. Year 12 students will return to classes. Teachers have been asked to commence Term 4 units during this week.

Students can apply on line, but in some cases, personal presentation at the store is required. Students will need a resume and their latest school report.

QTAC Information Evening

ALTERATION OF ASSESSMENT DATE DRAMA 10A PREVIOUS DATE - 11 SEPT PERIOD 4 REVISED DATE - 18 SEPT PERIOD 4

On Monday evening, in the Waterford Building commencing at 7pm, there will be an information evening for Year 12 students regarding QTAC, tertiary entrance procedures. The evening will be conducted by a representative from QTAC. Parents and Year 12s interested in applying for admission to a tertiary institution, university or TAFE College are encouraged to attend.

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AP Curriculum

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Mr Chris Campbell


AP Student Formation End of Term All students should be very busy with major pieces of assessment due in all grades. Parents can assist their sons by ensuring you know their exact assessment schedule. Every student should have a copy and assessment calendars are also available on the College website. Sometimes a student just needs someone to help get him organised during this busy section of the term. It is also vitally important that each student gets the little things right: grooming, uniform, diary, punctuality, equipment, procedures and manners all help students succeed. If you have any concerns I again encourage you to contact your son’s House Dean.

Exam Block Privileges

Mr Frank Torrisi 

Students are not permitted to leave the school grounds for any reason during the day if they are at school for the whole day.

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IPods and Mobile phone are not permitted to be used on the school grounds.

Exit Procedures for Years 8, 9 and 10 All students in Year 8, 9 and 10 will be required to complete a form before they exit from Term 3. The form has been included in the Student diary on Page 122 and 123. It will be required to be signed off by various staff members and parents. laptops by their teachers, library books by library staff, lockers and locks, by House Deans, assessment, by Mr Campbell and incomplete duties/detentions by Mr Torrisi. The form has been developed to make students accountable and serves as a check that your son has completed all his duties at school. Students who do not complete this form will be required to attend school until 3.00pm on the final day of school.

All students in Years 11 will commence what is known as block exams next week. 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: Lost Property  Block Exams is a privilege not a right. At the end of the term any lost property that is not claimed and not named will be either returned to the Uniform Shop to be  All normal school rules apply. resold or will be given to St Vincent de Paul.  Students must attend school in full school uniform, even if they are only coming to school for a short period.

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Exchange Program THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE USA This week was action packed. It started with the end of the long weekend due to American Labor Day. I went with the Piepers to a family event on the other side of Cincinnati and I learned to play corn-hole, a great American past time. Tuesday was a special school day with an academic assembly throwing the time table around. On Wednesday and Thursday we had a retreat which was awesome. It really gave me time to get to know other Moeller boys better and I made a few more friends. We played basketball 'Murrican style and it was sweet. I have enrolled in a Non-profit business management class and am visiting the University of Cincinnati on Wednesday to help sell merchandise for a charity which Moeller runs. I also went jet skiing on the weekend which was pretty cool. So far the trip has been awesome. Jacob Johanneson

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USA/Canada The starting of this week seemed like it was going to be an interesting but still spiritually demanding. Monday was Labor Day and this was our real first relax day where we had nothing on. So after cleaning the house a bit, we went to the local mall to look around for presents for family and other and to try to spoil myself. On Wednesday, I went on an overnight school retreat at Bergamo Retreat Center, this was a really spiritual and deep experience. The retreats were set out a little different than the retreats at St Pat’s. This week the Moeller Crusaders were versing Detroit Catholic Central in the weekly football game. Mr Mackey and I started the travel north to Detroit to support the team. Moeller came out with the win 61-33 and after the game we had to venture another four hours north to Michigan where we would stay the night. The car drives didn't seem so long anymore due to the fact that I went through a sixteen hour flight not being able to move. On Sunday, Cody and I got up early to get the jet skis ready for use as soon as possible, we spent three hours out on the lake just messing around. It was freezing due to the breeze but the water was extremely warm so the jet skis were a great help by being able to wet each other. But the fun ended there after that we had to start the eight hour journey home. We ended up getting home at 11 at night. Tyler Samus


Exchange Program THE LATEST NEWS FROM CANADA On the Monday I joined Alex for rowing in the morning at Burnaby Lake. We were in a doubles boat so he could give me the basics to rowing. I thought it would be easy but I was so wrong. It took me about half an hour over 2km to figure out how to get the right technique without capsizing the boat. Once I got the hang of it I found it really fun and in total we did an 8km row. After rowing, we had breakfast at Denny’s (a popular American cafe) where I got an awesome feed. On Tuesday we went to Spanish Banks which is a beach close to the city. Thankfully I didn’t have high hopes because it was just like Sandgate and Shorncliffe. After the tide had gone out about half a kilometre, we went skim boarding which was fun and afterwards I fell asleep in the sand for a few hours and as a result I got sunburnt. The following day was the first day of school which was a bit overwhelming but at the same time fun. After spending the first two classes with Alex, Jeremy and I met the senior principal to choose our subjects. Both Jeremy and my subjects were the same with Religion, English with Brother. O (an Aussie from Sydney), Fitness, P.E, and Socials (Canadian History) as well as these classes we got three spares. By the end of the week I had gotten to know my teachers and I had found some unique thing about the school. Firstly it was strange being around kids from kindergarten – grade 4 because they were so little and loud. Secondly they have doors everywhere because of the winter time, so in one hallway there are about five doors. Lastly and the most annoying has been walking into people. Because people walk on the right and I walk on the left I end up slamming into people. To finish of an awesome start to school, we watched a home football game which we won by about 20 points. Samuel Nothard

Canada We arrived at school at 8 that morning and we met Mrs Lattimer who is the Business Manager at the school as well as our Brother O'Loughin, better known as Brother O, who is a fellow Aussie and Christian Brother. Sam and I then choose our subjects, and went on our way to class. We ended up choosing the same subjects since all of the classes were full, leaving us with PE, Fitness, Religion, Social Studies (Canadian History), English with Brother O and three spares. Vancouver’s schooling system is different to St Pats, they still choose eight subjects, known as blocks, but rather than having Week A and B, they have five blocks a day and rotate the subjects throughout the week. A big shock for both Sam and I was that they have no bells to tell students when the beginning and end of school is as well as the end of class is. They just know what time the block ends and then go to their next class. There is also no tutor group before and after school. You arrive at your first class and leave at the end of your last class. Thursday came along, much the same as Wednesday with meeting both students and teachers and trying to work out our way around the school. Friday was an interesting, due to that they had a home football (gridiron/NFL) match. So as football is a big thing here, they shorten the length of time in class and lunch etc and finish the day at 1:55pm to move out to the stands. Both the field and stands are on the school’s campus. Saturday Aidan took me to a Canadian Gridiron match played between the BC Lions and Montreal Allouettes. The CFL (Canadian Football League) is different to the NFL (played in the US) with various different rules with one major one being that they only have three downs rather than four, making it more exciting to watch. Talking to some Canadians at the game, they believe that the NFL has better players but the CFL has better rules, with many wishing that the NFL will play the same rules as the CFL.

Sunday I went sailing with one of the Pecks family friends, however we weren’t able to go out for long as the sea was It’s been a great two weeks here in Canada, this week being rough and he only had a small sailing boat. It was still a good one of importance with Sam and I starting school Wednesday experience. at Vancouver College. Monday and Tuesday were nice and relaxing in preparation for our first day at school on Wednesday Jeremy Gordon 5 September. Wednesday morning was a big shock with having to get out of bed at 6.30am for the 7 o'clock bus, after a week and a half of sleeping in till past 11 trying to get over the jet lag, I wasn’t the happiest chap that morning. However I made it on time to the bus and found out that we then had to catch a train and then another bus... it sucked. St Patrick’s College Calling | 7


Director of Culture Concert Band Performance at the Queensland Catholic Schools and Colleges Music Festival. The St Patrick’s College Junior and Senior Concert Bands recently competed in the Queensland Catholic Schools and Colleges Music Festival held at Villanova College. Both Junior and Senior Concert Bands received a Silver Award for their outstanding performance. The adjudicators made the following statements in their report. Junior Band: “You are developing some very solid beginning skills. Work hard on your instruments and enjoy your musical journey” Senior Band: “Congratulations on a fine performance this morning. What an early start! You are developing a fine sense of ensemble, and you have some fine players in you group (special mention to flute and percussion). Keep working hard. You are definitely on the right track. Thank you and well done!!” Our boys performed extremely well on the day and I would like to thank them for their hard work and dedication over the past year. Well done boys! Also, thank you to all parents for your dedicated support of your son throughout the year. I am pleased to announce our Band Captain for 2012, Patrick Smith. Patrick has shown great leadership throughout the year and has played many rolls within the band. He is in attendance at all band rehearsal and has always assisted the conductor when required. Thank you for your support and dedication in 2012 Patrick. Band rehearsal will continue as normal to the end of Term 3 on Wednesday afternoon in the Callan Centre. Mr Andrew Will - Junior & Senior Concert Band Director

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Mr Geoff Samuels


Director of Culture

Mr Geoff Samuels

Debating News Debating is a tough gig when you only have a week to prepare. Sadly, our Year 7 boys were further hindered by absences for the incredible array of co-curricular activities debaters engage in and as such they were narrowly pipped at the post by St Paul’s last night. The team of Max Marson, Adam Aquilini and Josep Grew were by no means easy beats, putting up some compelling arguments as to why we should not abandon the study of History in favour of current affairs. Ms Georgakis would have been proud of their staunch support for History. These boys, together with Ethan Harvey, are such confident and engaging speakers. Be sure to get along and support them (and their energetic coach Ms Hey) in their final debate in our debut QDU Junior season: 24 October @ St Paul’s @ 7.45pm Ms Zoe Morgan

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Basketball Corey Meehan

Mr Corey Meehan

cmeehan@stpatricks.qld.edu.au

3631 9028

AIC BASKETBALL Last Saturday saw SPC take on Marist College Ashgrove away, a traditionally very tough task. Congratulations must go to the players and coaches of the 13C, 14A and 1st V teams who all secured a victory on the weekend. It was also very encouraging to see all players across the grades competing to the final minute despite the score line; this attitude summarises the spirit of SPC Basketball. This weekend we travel to St Edmund’s College, Ipswich. All players are required to organise private transport to the game, if any players are stuck for transport please see Mr Meehan in the gym as soon as possible (before Friday). It is imperative that all players arrive on time (30 minutes prior to game time) this weekend despite the long commute.

**REMINDER** Students are required to change into their formal uniform if they wish to stay and support the 1st V on Saturday. Students in the open age groups are reminded to arrive at games in formal uniform. Students are not permitted to wear anything other than St Patrick’s College attire both during training and at fixtures on Saturday.

CIC BASKETBALL This Friday is the final round of CIC basketball for the year, away at Nudgee College. Congratulations to all students involved in the CIC competition, a fantastic platform is being built in the junior school thanks to your efforts. Many thanks also to all coaches and staff that have been of great assistance throughout the year. A bus will depart the College immediately after Tutor Group for Nudgee. All boys playing away (7A-D & 5A & B) are reminded to move promptly to the back oval. This bus will not return to the College. All students are to be picked up from Nudgee after their games on Friday.

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Basketball Corey Meehan

cmeehan@stpatricks.qld.edu.au

AIC Basketball

TIME

1sts

2.00pm

2nds

3rds

16A

1.00pm

11.00am

12.00am

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

3631 9028

CIC Basketball

Round 4 AIC Basketball St Patrick’s College vs St Edmund’s College 15 September 2012 St Edmund’s College Venue: St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend & St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s) Please Note: Private Transportation Will Be Required By All Involved

TEAM

Mr Corey Meehan

Friday 14 September vs Nudgee College

TEAM

VENUE Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 1, Schofield Centre, St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Court 2, McAuley Centre, St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s) Court 2, McAauley Centre, St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s) Court 2, McAuley Centre, St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s) Court 2, McAuley Centre, St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s) Court 2, McAuley Centre, St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s) Court 2, McAuley Centre, St Mary’s College (opposite St Edmund’s)

7A

September 14th V NC AWAY (Yr7 & Yr5) 5.00pm – 5.45pm NC Sports Centre Court 1

7B

4.15pm – 5.00pm NC Sports Centre Court 1

7C

3.30pm – 4.15pm NC Sports Centre

7D

3.30pm – 4.15pm NC Outdoor Court 1

6A

4.45pm – 5.30pm Callan Centre Pier Avenue

6B

6C

5A

5B

4.00pm – 4.45pm Callan Centre Pier Avenue 4.00pm – 4.45pm Morven Outside Courts Park Parade

3.30pm – 4.15pm NC Sports Centre Court 2 4.15pm – 5.00pm NC Sports Centre

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Tennis Coordinator AIC Tennis 15 September

CIC Tennis 15 September

Round 4 AIC Tennis St Patrick’s College vs St Edmund’s College Tennis Game Details St Edmund’s College Venue: St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend & St Mary’s College, Mary Street, Woodend St Patrick’s Venue: Coops Tennis Centre, Beams Road Carseldine

Warm Up: 8.00am

Brother Chris Pritchard All CIC matches commence at 8.00am unless otherwise stated. Players are to be at their venues at least 20 minutes prior to commencement in order to warm-up properly. If matches are in doubt due to constant rain, please check the St Patrick’s College Sports Information Line for cancellations. Nudgee College Courts enter Nudgee College via Sandgate Road, Boondall.

Start Time: 8.30am

TEAM

TIME

HOME OR AWAY

VENUE

1sts

8.30am

Away

St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend

2nds

8.30am

Away

3rds

8.30am

Away

16A

8.30am

Away

16B

8.30am

Away

15A

8.30am

Home

TEAM

September 15 V NC AWAY

St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend

1

Nudgee College Courts

St Edmund’s College, Mary Street, Woodend St Mary’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Opposite SEC St Mary’s College, Mary Street, Woodend Opposite SEC

2

Nudgee College Courts

3

Deagon Tennis Centre

4

Deagon Tennis Centre

5

Nudgee College Courts

6

Nudgee College Courts

7

Deagon Tennis Centre

8

Deagon Tennis Centre

Coops Tennis Centre Beams Rd Carseldine

15B

8.30am

Home

Coops Tennis Centre Beams Rd Carseldine

14A

8.30am

Home

Coops Tennis Centre Beams Rd Carseldine

14B

8.30am

Home

Coops Tennis Centre Beams Rd Carseldine

13A

8.30am

Home

Coops Tennis Centre Beams Rd Carseldine

13B

8.30am

Home

Coops Tennis Centre Beams Rd Carseldine

Closed Tournament - October 2012 Tuesday 2 Oct - Friday 5 October at Sandgate District Youth Tennis Association Singles Doubles Entry fee

-

knock out draw and a feed in event (minimum of 2 singles matches) knock out draw $13 singles $8 doubles

For more details and entry forms see the Student Office

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Tennis Coordinator

Brother Chris Pritchard

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Tennis Coordinator

Hockey Coordinator Congratulations to the hockey team who has made the finals against St Edmunds College this Friday at 4pm at Burringbah. They have competed in the Zone 5 School Cup during this season and only lost one match. Led by captain, Alex Bhugon, the team had impressive victories over school like Padua and Brisbane Boys College. They beat BBC in the semi- final last week to progress to the finals.

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Brother Chris Pritchard

Ms Marthy Watson


Track & Field

Mr Rob Morris

IMPORTANT REMINDER

Track & Field Camp Payment Is Due Friday 14 September SENIOR TRACK & FIELD (AIC) – Mr Rob Morris SPC Senior (AIC) Track & Field Training Schedule for Term 3 2012 This is our working Training Schedule for AIC Track and Field for Term 3 of 2012. Please note that some training sessions may change or be added but those involved will be notified of this by the specific event group coach/s should there be changes.

Training Day

Sprints

Middle Distance

Hurdles

Throws

Monday

Back Oval 3.15 to 4.30pm

Curlew Park 3.30pm – 4.45pm

Back Oval 6.45am to 8.00am

Curlew Park 3.15pm to 4.30pm

Tuesday

Back Oval 3.15 to 4.30pm

Curlew Park 3.15pm to 4.30pm Curlew Park 3.15pm to 4.30pm

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Back Oval 3.15 to 4.30pm

High Jump

Long Jump

Back Oval 3.15 to 4.30pm

Back Oval 3.15 to 4.30pm

Lunchtimes

Lunchtimes

Lunchtimes

Lunchtimes (Junior & Senior) Tabata Curlew Park 3.30pm – 4.45pm Curlew Park 3.30pm – 4.45pm

Triple Jump

Lunchtimes

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Track & Field

Mr Rob Morris

AIC TRACK AND FIELD 2012 Last 2 carnivals (Sept 14 & Oct 12): Maximum 4 competitors/Field Event/School Competitors must be in training for Discus, Javelin, Shot and High Jump to compete DATE

VENUE

HOST

TRIPLE JUMP

LONG JUMP

Sept 14

UQ

SPLC & Ash

SPC

SPLC

HIGH JUMP (1) PAD

Oct 12

SAF

SLC

ASH

VILLA

SEC

Oct 19

QSAC

SEC & SPC

SEC

IONA/ SPLC

SLC

TIME

HIGH JUMP (2) ASH/ IONA SPLC/ PAD

JAV

DISCUS SHOT

Safety Officer

VILL

SEC

SLC

SPC

SLC

IONA

VILLA

PAD

ASH

EVENT September 14 October 12

4:45 pm

Hurdles

4:50 pm

3000m

5:05 pm

4 x 100m Relays

5:45 pm

800m

6:15 pm 6:45 pm

100m 400 m (Sept 14 only) 5 x 400m Relay (Oct 12)

7:15 pm

1500m

7:30 pm

200m

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

13 YRS 14 YRS 15 YRS 15 YRS 16/OPEN (Pit 1) 16/OPEN

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

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

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

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

DISCUS TRIPLE JUMP JAVELIN LONG JUMP SHOT PUT

13 YRS 14 YRS 15 YRS 16/OPEN 16/OPEN


Track & Field

Mr Rob Morris

AIC TRACK AND FIELD 2012 Last 2 carnivals (Sept 14 & Oct 12): Maximum 4 competitors/Field Event/School Competitors must be in training for Discus, Javelin, Shot and High Jump to compete DATE

VENUE

HOST

TRIPLE JUMP

LONG JUMP

Sept 14

UQ

SPLC & Ash

SPC

SPLC

HIGH JUMP (1) PAD

Oct 12

SAF

SLC

ASH

VILLA

SEC

Oct 19

QSAC

SEC & SPC

SEC

IONA/ SPLC

SLC

TIME

HIGH JUMP (2) ASH/ IONA SPLC/ PAD

JAV

DISCUS SHOT

Safety Officer

VILL

SEC

SLC

SPC

SLC

IONA

VILLA

PAD

ASH

EVENT September 14 October 12

4:45 pm

Hurdles

4:50 pm

3000m

5:05 pm

4 x 100m Relays

5:45 pm

800m

6:15 pm 6:45 pm

100m 400 m (Sept 14 only) 5 x 400m Relay (Oct 12)

7:15 pm

1500m

7:30 pm

200m

SCHEDULE OF FIELD EVENTS TIME 4:45 pm

5:35 pm

6:25 pm

7:15 pm

EVENT

AGE GROUP

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

13 YRS 14 YRS 15 YRS 15 YRS 16/OPEN (Pit 1) 16/OPEN

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

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

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

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

DISCUS TRIPLE JUMP JAVELIN LONG JUMP SHOT PUT

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Sport Support Group

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P&F

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Sport Support Group

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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

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

Thursday Evening Street Van Brisbane City 5.00 pm-8.45 pm

Saturday Night BBQ Sandgate Lagoon, Sandgate 5.45 pm-8.30 pm

Tuesday, 18 September Tyler Brinkhoff, Travis Browning, Lachlan Payne, Nathaniel Batson

Thursday, 20 September

Thursday, 20 September

Saturday, 15 September

Harry Smith, Kyle Tierney, Joe Triggell, Scott Walker

Lliam Stone, Tom Andersen, Ben Woods, Ryan Hollyman,

Riley Campbell, Samuel Ricks, Cameron Basile, Aidan Woods

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

UNIFORM SHOP BACK PACKS ARE NOW BACK IN STOCK SUPPORTER POLOS – These are available in Mens & Ladies sizes @ $55 so you can ‘look the goods’ and support your teams for the Basketball, Tennis & Athletics season. TRADING HOURS TERM TIME TUES 12- 4 pm WED 10am 2pm THURS 7.30am -11.30am

TUCKSHOP ROSTER

TUCKSHOP DATE Fri

PLEASE NOTE Due to increases in the price of milk the College has unavoidably had to increase the price of the following products from Term 4 Flavoured Milk $3.30 Icebreak $3-50

HELPERS 14/09

Sue Fuhrmeister, Tanya Smith

Mon

17/09

Colleen Whyte, Monique Bubendorfer

Tue

18/09

Chris Hare, Janelle Lakey, Genie Macpherson

Wed

19/09

Bonnie Flaherty, Noelene Jones, Theresa Browning

Thu

20/09

Suzanne Brough, Gina Jeffery, Leanne Hardyman

Fri

21/09

Jenny Evans, Trisha Fitzpatrick, Maree Denkes

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Date Claimers

Weeks 11 & Week 1 Term 4

WEEK ELEVEN September 17 Year 11 Exam Block September 18 Year 11 Exam Block September 19 Year 11 Exam Block/Year 11/12 Work Placement September 20 Year 11 Exam Block September 21 Year 11 Exam Block Final Day Term 3 - students dismissed at 1.30 pm

TERM FOUR—WEEK ONE

October 8 TERM 4 Commences—Term 4 Fees Due October 11 Year 8 Hepatitis B Dose 2 Immunisation October 12 Co-Curricular Photo Day/AIC Track & Field Meet 4 @ SAF October 13 AIC Tennis/Basketball Round 5 v IONA (H)

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Calling - Issue 29 - (13 September 2012)  

As we approach the end of Term 3 it is appropriate that I take this opportunity to reflect on the EREA Congress that was recently held in Me...