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21 July 2011

No. 21

Dear Members of the St Patrick’s Family, This week has been a busy but very productive week for the College. Today, the Waterford Building was opened by The Honourable Wayne Swan, Federal Member for Lilley Deputy Prime Minister and Treasurer. This was an outstanding event and I was very proud to be part of the St Patrick’s College for this occasion. As part of the official opening the Father Liam Chapel was blessed and opened also by Father Liam himself. We were also honoured to have Father Tim Norton, Provincial Leader for the Divine Word Missionaries present. Father Tim and the Divine Word Missionaries Order generously donated the crucifix in the chapel. My thanks to everyone involved in preparing for the opening and ensuring that it was so successful. Well done. Earlier in the week the second round of Parent-Teacher meetings was hosted. It was again very reassuring to see so many parents present and taking such an important interest in your son’s education. Also congratulations to all the students who participated in the Trimester 2 Co-curricular activities and in particular those who received awards at the Co-curricular Assembly on Tuesday. On a personal note I would like to thank the staff, parents and students who participated in my Appraisal Process. The Appraisal Panel met this week and will produce a report within the next 4-5 weeks. I will communicate the outcomes of this report when it becomes available. Tomorrow, Friday, all Tutor Group and individual photos -will be taken at school. All students are to wear their full formal uniform including tie and blazer. Please ensure that your son comes to school with the correct uniform. From the start of this term, school has finished 5 minutes later at 3.05pm. I have closely observed the impact of this change and would welcome any feed back (at this early stage) from parents. I would also remind parents to be careful when driving around the streets near St Patrick’s College and to follow the respective traffic and parking rules. Please be considerate of our neighbours, avoid driving into Twamley Street, and do not double park in the surrounding streets. Thank you for your cooperation. Have a great week. God Bless

DR MICHAEL CARROLL COLLEGE PRINCIPAL

OPEN DAY 23RD AUGUST  2PM—6PM 


COLLEGE DEAN I returned to school this week after six weeks leave, travelling around Europe in Iceland, France, Italy and Switzerland It was a great opportunity to have an extended break with my wife and to do some amazing things in beautiful environments. I certainly feel very refreshed and looking forward to the rest of the year. It was very nice to be greeted so warmly by the boys on my return. The Year 12 students attended a Leadership Afternoon on Wednesday conducted by an external group called yLead. After spending time with their respective House Deans promoting stronger teamwork and planning for the upcoming term, the Year 12s engaged in a number of activities and discussions in the Callan Centre. It was pleasing to see and hear the engagement and enjoyment of the boys within five minutes of them commencing the activities. It is not often that they get the opportunity to have fun together in such a structured games situation. The presenters also discussed a series of strategies that the boys could benefit from as they enter this most significant period of their schooling. These included having clear goals, taking the opportunities available, having a positive paradigm, living a healthy and balanced lifestyle, working hard and working together. Hopefully the session will assist the Year 12s to maintain their focus and energy levels or the rest of their school year. The next major Interschool sporting carnival is the AIC Cross Country Championships at Limestone Park on Saturday 6 August. St Patrick’s won the AIC Cross Country last year for the very first time and our runners are putting in many hundreds of kilometres in training to defend their title. We are asking as many students as possible to come to Limestone Park on August 6 to support our runners. Please mark it in your calendars and make the effort to be at Limestone Park. The Spirit Assembly for Cross Country has been changed from Tuesday 26 June to Thursday 4 August commencing at 8.45am. Earlier this year St Patrick’s College hosted Celia Lashlie for a Parent Evening. Many families were able to attend this evening and the general consensus was how entertaining and beneficial Celia’s presentation was. If you missed the evening earlier this year I encourage you to consider attending this upcoming evening with Celia Lashlie on Tuesday 23 August at Chermside Bowls Club.

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CURRICULUM ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL CURRICULUM— CHRIS CAMPBELL Year 12 QCS students completed a multiple choice practice test today. I have spoken and written before about the importance of this process. I was very pleased with the application of the boys today as they worked through a type of testing which continues to prove challenging. In preparation for today’s session, Year 12s spent Wednesday completing a multiple choice workshop. Students were given a past paper and asked to work in pairs. Each pair considered the questions and through a process of elimination attempted to debate the correct answer. The workshops went particularly well, with the pairs approaching the task diligently. Hopefully approaches such as these will lead to continual improvement in our QCS Test results. Last week I wrote about the subject selection process for Year 10 students. I remind parents and boys again about the dates August 5 and August 15. An important component of the meeting on Friday August 5 will be the information about online subject selection for 2012. This session is for boys only, but I wish to make parents aware that boys will bring home a large amount of information on this day. Monday August 15, is the parent information evening. On Thursday August 18 the College will host the Year 10 Career Expo. This will take place in the Callan Centre between 9-11am. All parents are welcome to attend. There will be displays from the University of Queensland, ACU and QUT as well as representatives from the manufacturing industry, Police, Army and a number of career initiatives from Brisbane North TAFE through their Schools’ Program. I look forward to meeting as many parents as possible on this day. The subject selection evening for Year 8 students will be held on Monday August 22. Once again their will be information from Heads of Curriculum regarding subject choices as well as an explanation of the online subject selection process. I will provide more information regarding this evening in the coming weeks.

IDENTITY & MINISTRY CAMPUS MINISTER— MARTHY WATSON A warm welcome from the Ministry Team! Semester 2 will be busy with many events planned and we will continue to work with the Ministry In Action Youth Group to promote activities identified in the STOP program last semester.

gain a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history in our nation. The excursion takes place on the 9th of August.

World Youth Day 2011 will be held in Madrid Spain, 16 – 20 August. The theme this year is: “Rooted and Built Up in Jesus Christ, Firm in the Faith” (Colossians 2:7). 25 years ago John Paul II initiated the World Youth Day concept. After holding A reminder that Mass is held in the Fr Liam Chapel on two international youth meetings in Rome in 1984 and 1985, Tuesday mornings at 8am. Pope John Paul II announced the institution of World Youth Day (WYD), an annual invitation to youth from around the world to We were successful in applying for a Munnar Justice and Peace Grant from EREA for $1000 to create an Indigenous Art gather in prayer for peace and reconciliation. The first World Youth Day was celebrated at a diocesan level in 1986, with project for SPC students in 2012. the first International celebration held the following year. Even though the international gatherings happen about every two or The reading programs with Year 5 students have kicked off last week and a number of senior students use their lunch time three years, WYD itself is celebrated each year (in the individual diocese). Pope Benedict XVI has continued the World Youth to assist boys in Year 5 with reading. This program will run every Friday during senior lunch. If you are interested to help Day tradition, bringing together hundreds of thousands of please see Tom Huth (Year 11) or see us in the Ministry Office Catholic youth between the ages of 16 and 35 from over 150 countries. Watch this space as we will be reporting on this to get your name on the list. event on a regular basis in the next month leading up to this event. Catholic Education Week will be celebrated across Queensland from 24-30 July this year. This annual event is held to This is an extract from the 2011 WYD official song: promote the special ethos of Catholic schools and to highlight Your hands, they hold us when we have been wounded, the great things that take place in Catholic schools every day. Your eyes, they purify the way we see things, The theme for Catholic Education Week 2011 is: Excelling in Your lips, they speak to us words of forgiveness, education - heart, mind and spirit. Your feet, they guide our steps to find life's fullness An excursion to the Ration Shed in Cherbourg has been arranged for our students who have been identified as Aborigi- God Bless. nal or Torres Strait Islander. The purpose of this excursion is to

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STUDENTS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION — RAY CELEGATO

SCHOOL PHOTOS Tutor Group and individual photos will be taken tomorrow

FRIDAY 22ND JULY

PLEASE NOTE BOYS ARE TO WEAR THEIR FORMAL UNIFORM TIES AND BLAZERS An envelope for ordering has been distributed to each boy in their tutor class this week. If your son has not received one please see Mrs Parker in the Curriculum Office. Also, see Mrs Parker for a separate order form for sibling photos.

PHOTO DAY SCHEDULE FRIDAY 22 JULY CALLAN CENTRE 8:30am

Rice Tutor Groups

8:55am

Mooney Tutor Groups

9:20am

Treacy Tutor Groups

9:45am

O’Rourke Tutor Groups

10:10am

Son’s of Old Boys Photo Students attending the College Years 5-12

10:25am

Morning Tea

10:50am

Coffey Tutor Groups

11:15am

Ryan Tutor Groups

11.40am

Kennedy Tutor Group

12.10pm

Siblings

12.20pm

Lunch

2:05pm

Xavier Tutor Groups

2.30pm

Quane Tutor Groups

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STUDENTS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL STUDENT FORMATION — FRANK TORRISI As students move through the various stages of their physical, social and emotional development they often experience difficulties in coping with all these changes. This week we spoke to all Year 9 students regarding a number of topics which included the following:

ISSUES FACING ADOLESCENTS IN THE 11 TO 15 AGE BRACKET        

Major physical, emotional and social changes. Changing relationships with parents and families (as children seek greater autonomy and independence from parental oversight and control of their lives). An increase in the importance and influence of peer relationships (as children seek to establish their own personal and social identity). Adjustment to different environments. Different approach to teaching and learning. Social Media expectations. Balance of life (academic, sporting and social life). Greater expectations.

STUDENT LIFE AT ST PATRICK’S  

Academic expectation Social expectations

ST PATRICK’S AS A CARING COMMUNITY GOALS FOR YEAR 9 AT ST PATRICK’S   

Academic Social Extra-curricular involvement

Please discuss these topics with your son. It is important to acknowledge that students make the right choices and when deciding choices respect the rights of others.

COLLEGE DIARY Students must get back into the routine of using the College Diary every lesson, every day. The diary provides an excellent tool for organisation and communication. By using the diary properly students assist themselves in terms of organisation and completion of set work. The involvement of parents in their son’s work on a daily basis is a significant bonus. Parents signing their son’s diary every weekend and discussing issues with them will help them greatly.

SENIOR JERSEY The Design for the Senior Jersery has been finalized. All oders need to be completed through the Uniform Shop no later than 3.30pm on Thursday 28 July. SENIOR FORMAL

There are still a number of Year 12 students who have not paid for the Senior Formal. If these boys can finalize payments and see Mrs Fowlie in the Student Office to organise their tables.

YR 10 IMMUNISATION

Student will receive their Boostrix injections on Tuesday 26 July.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

St Patrick’s is a great school but it can be let down in its public image if the students are poorly behaved on public transport. The College will not tolerate poor behaviour on public transport. Students misbehaving in this area will face a range of consequences as a result of their actions. Boys who catch the train to and from school are reminded that they are not to break their journey. If they are changing trains at Northgate Station they must catch the first available train to their destination. Students must not wait around on the platform for friends and then catch the late train as this often delays their arrival too school.

THE YEAR 8-9-10 SOCIAL To all the parents who were able to assist with the Social last Saturday night and members of the Sports Support Group to-

gether with the following staff Mrs Fowlie, Br Col, Mr Haughey, Mr Morssi, Ms Worthington, Mr De Villiers, Mr Pashley, Mr Phillips, Mr Cross, Mr Locke, Mr Crowley, Ms Fisk, Mr Celegato, Mr Campbell, and Dr Carroll, without your support the social would not have been able to proceed. It was a great night, thank you to all the students who attended.

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MINISTRY COUNSELLOR—EMILY ROTTA

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ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR OF SPORT— LUKE DONATINI Congratulations  St Patrick’s College Under 11 Relay Team – Gold (1st) at Met North Primary Track and Field Championships. Great running boys, well done!  Ryan Shepherd (Year 6) – 1st in U11 High Jump (1.51m equalling Met North Record), 1st in U11 100m (13.89sec), 1ST in U11 Long Jump (4.60m) at Met North Primary Track and Field.  Matthew Stride (Year 5) – 3rd in U10 High Jump (1.24m), 2nd in U10 Discus (24.33m) at Met North Primary Track and Field.  Lucas Lutter (Year 6) – 1st in U11 800m (2min30sec), 3rd in U11 Discus (22.32m) at Met North Primary Track and Field. ALL THREE BOYS HAVE BEEN SELECTED INTO THE METROPOLITAN NORTH PRIMARY TRACK AND FIELD TEAM.

Congratulations: St Patrick’s College Under 11 Relay Team – Gold (1st) at Met North Primary Track and Field Championships

BASKETBALL COORDINATOR — STEVE COPPING

CIC BASKETBALL—ROUND 1 FRIDAY 22ND JULY TEAM

7A

July 22nd V MBBC AWAY (Yr7 & Yr5)

6A

MBBC Hall 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm

7B

MBBC Hall 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm

7C

Vs Padua College 4.00pm – 4.45pm La Cordelle Centre Oval Court

6B

6C

4.45pm – 5.30pm Callan Centre Pier Avenue Shorncliffe 4.00pm – 4.45pm Callan Centre Pier Avenue Shorncliffe Padua 4.00pm – 4.45pm Morven Outside Courts Park Parade Shorncliffe

5A

5B

5C

MBBC Court 1 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm MBBC Court 1 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm Vs Nudgee College 4.00pm – 4.45pm Away @ NC Outdoor Court 1

PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT NOTES MBBC (Moreton Bay Boys College) Games – a bus will transport all Year 7 and Year 5 teams who are required to play at Moreton Bay Boy’s College, Manly Rd., Manly West. The bus will depart SPC at 3.05pm and is anticipated to arrive back at SPC at approximately 6.30pm. Year 5C and Year 7C teams are required to organise their own private transportation both to and from their game.

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ACTIVITIES cont…. AIC BASKETBALL—SATURDAY 30TH JULY AIC Basketball Trials St Peter’s Lutheran College 30th July 2011 Basketball Game Details TEAM

TIME

VENUE

1sts

1.00pm

SPLC – Gymnasium Court

2nds

12.00pm

SPLC – Gymnasium Court

3rds

10.00am

SPLC – Gymnasium Court

16A

11.00am

SPLC – Gymnasium Court

15A

9.00am

SPLC – Gymnasium Court

15B

8.00am

SPLC – Gymnasium Court

14A

1.00pm

SPLC – Outside Gymnasium Court 1

14B

12.00pm

SPLC – Outside Gymnasium Court 1

14C

11.00am

SPLC – Outside Gymnasium Court 1

13A

10.00am

SPLC – Outside Gymnasium Court 1

13B

9.00am

SPLC – Outside Gymnasium Court 1

13C

8.00am

SPLC – Outside Gymnasium Court 1

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ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES cont…. TENNIS COORDINATOR — BROTHER CHRIS PRITCHARD

SPC TENNIS

Team

PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT NOTES  MBBC have only four (4) tennis teams in 2011 so SPC teams 5, 6 7 & 8 will play MCA in supplementary CIC tennis games.

1 2

July 23rd v MBBC AWAY MBBC Courts 302 Manly Road Manly West MBBC Courts 302 Manly Road Manly West

 All transportation for CIC tennis games both to and from is to be privately arranged.

3

Deagon Tennis Centre

 Marist College Ashgrove address is Frasers Road, Ashgrove. Moreton Bay Boy’s College address is 302 Manly Rd., Manly West.

4

Deagon Tennis Centre

5

Vs MCA Marist College Ashgrove Courts

6 7 8

Vs MCA Marist College Ashgrove Courts Vs MCA Deagon Tennis Centre Vs MCA Deagon Tennis Centre

SPC CROSS COUNTY AIC CROSS COUNTRY LEAD UP MEET – LIMESTONE PARK, IPSWICH The program is as follows: 9.00am – 13 years - 3km 9.20am – 14 years - 4km 9.40am – 15 years - 4km 10.00am – 16 years and Opens - 6km NB: The 16’s and Open Age race will be combined due to numbers and a more efficient process. RUNNERS DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER PRIOR TO THE RACE BUT ARE ASKED TO BE AT THE START LINE 5 MINS BEFORE STARTING TIME. A BUS WILL BE DEPARTING St Patrick’s College at 7.00am SHARP and then will depart Limestone Park at approximately 11.00am. For further information please contact Mr Paul Toohey or Mr Craig Gunn.

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ACTIVITIES cont…. TRACK & FIELD COORDINATORS — Luke Donatini (AIC) and Cassandra Harden (CIC)

SPC TRACK & FIELD SPC Senior (AIC) Track & Field Training Schedule Monday Before School (6.45am – 8.00am) Morning Tea Senior Lunch Time After School (3.20pm – 4.45pm)

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Hurdles & Sprints

Team Meeting High Jump (Under 14 – Opens) Curlew Park (July)/ Nudgee Track (August onwards)

BACK OVAL Specialist Long/ Triple (top 4 athletes per age group)

Curlew Park Nudgee Track

(July)/

(August onwards)

Curlew Park (July)/ Nudgee Track (August onwards)

Competition Meets commencing 26th August at SAF

This is our working Training Schedule for AIC Track and Field. 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/es. It is also recommended that all SPC athletes also arrange at least one (1) GYM session per week to work on general and core strength.

SPC Event Group Coaches for AIC in 2011         

Sprints – Mr Tim Hoysted (thoysted@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) Relays – Mr Tim Hoysted & Mr Ryan Schultz (rschultz@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) 400m/800m – Mr Ryan Schultz & Mr Tom Lonergan (lonert24@gmail.com) 800m/1500m – Mr Blair Drabble (bdrabble@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) & Mr Tom Lonergan (lonert24@gmail.com) Hurdles/High Jump – Mr Luke Donatini (ldonatini@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) Long Jump/Triple Jump – Mrs Marthy Watson (mwatson@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) Throws (Shot/Discus/Javelin) – Mrs Helen Roberts (hrobe13@eq.edu.au), Mrs Kate Colahan (kco23608@bigpond.net.au) & Ms Cassie Harden (charden@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) Administration – Mr Luke Donatini (ldonatini@stpatricks.qld.edu.au), Mr Robert Morris (rmorris@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) & Mr Ryan Schultz (rschultz@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) Assisting with Distance Events – Mr Craig Gunn (cgunn@stpatricks.qld.edu.au

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ACTIVITIES cont…. TRACK & FIELD COORDINATORS — Luke Donatini (AIC) and Cassandra Harden (CIC)

SPC TRACK & FIELD CIC Track & Field Meet Nudgee College Track

Time

Event

Age Group

7.45am

Open 1500m

Open (9Yrs – 13Yrs) (Host Colleges to start 1500m)

8.00am

100m/200m

All Age Groups

800m & Hurdles Shot Put High Jump Long Jump 800m & Hurdles Shot Put High Jump Long Jump Relays Shot Put High Jump Long Jump Relays Shot Put High Jump Long Jump

13 & 12 Years 9 & 10 Years 11 Years 12 Years 9, 10 & 11 Years 11 Years 12 Years 13 Years All ages 12 Years 13 Years 9 & 10 Years All ages (if required) 13Years 9 & 10 Years 11 Years

9.00am

9.40am

10.20am

11.00am

Lead Up 800 Metre Events These will start at 9.00am and will run concurrently with other field events. We will start at 9.00am with: 9 years & 10 years 800m followed by: 11 years 800m 12 years 800m 13 years 800m Each age group will be called out as another has finishes. Boys will be asked to leave their field event and then return. We will be working on each 800m age group taking no more than 30minutes.

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ACTIVITIES cont…. TRACK & FIELD COORDINATORS — Luke Donatini (AIC) and Cassandra Harden (CIC)

2011 CIC Track & Field Program Overview Date

Week

Program

Host Schools

23 July

1

Invitational Meet Nudgee College

BBC, NJC & MBBC

30 July

2

Invitational Meet Nudgee College

PADUA & CHURCHIE

6 August

3

Invitational Meet Nudgee College

IONA & VILLA

4

Invitational Meet Nudgee College

BGS & TERRACE

5

*GPS Schools meet

ASH & SLC

13 August

27 August

*Remaning schools Nudgee College 6 September

CIC Championships CIC Committee 6

7 September

QSAC

SPC CIC Track & Field Training Schedule Monday Before School

Tuesday

(6.45am – 7.45am) Drills/ Sprints

Thursday

(6.45am – 7.45am) Drills/Sprints

Morning Tea Junior Lunch Time After School

Wednesday

Friday (7.15am – 8.00am) Relays

Hurdle Drills

Hurdles (3.00pm – 4.30pm) 800m

Long Jump

Shot Put/ High Jump

(3.00pm – 4.30pm) Specialist Long/ Shot (top 2 athletes per age group)

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ACTIVITIES cont…. AFL COORDINATORS — DOM CROWLEY & AARON KERR

      This week SPC played Padua at Zillmere. Our game day had to be changed from Monday to Wednesday because of Parent-Teacher interviews at both Colleges. Next Monday afternoon (25 July) SPC plays Ashgrove at Zillmere AFL ground, Zillmere Road, Zillmere. The U14 team starts at 4.15pm, the U16s start at 5.15pm. Players need to make their own way to and from the Zillmere football ground. Boys are required to be at the field at least 45 minutes before the game to warm up. More than 80 boys have trialled to play AFL for the College this year. We have named two teams of 28 players to cover for injury, illness and other misfortunes. Training is at Curlew Park Thursday mornings from 6.30 – 8am. Last week saw more than 70 boys training for the two teams. Boys are expected to be in full AFL uniform which consists of SPC sport shorts, rugby or football socks and boots. The school will be providing the jerseys – that must be returned to coaches after each game. Please contact Mr Dom Crowley (dcrowley@stpatricks.qld.edu.au) for further information about AFL at St Patrick’s College.

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CULTURAL NEWS

DEBATING NEWS — MS ZOE MORGAN An excellent preliminary season has seen an impressive number of teams progress through to the knockout finals series for QDU debating. Finals season means that time is fast running out to get along and take in the spectacle that is the “thought sport”. If you’ve not had a chance to attend one of this year’s thrilling debates, be sure to catch one of our incredible finalists in action. MR MERRETT’S YEAR 8’S 8.15pm, 27 July at Brisbane Girls Grammar School arguing against the exploitation of Antarctica’s natural resources. MR BROUGH’S YEAR 11’S 7.00pm, 3 August at Terrace arguing against the banning of home births (which will certainly broaden the minds of this formidable team of young men). MR CORFIELD’S SECONDS AND MISS MORGAN’S FIRSTS 8.15pm, 3 August at Churchie arguing that Israel should not support a return to its 1967 borders. Hope to see plenty of people there.

IT IS THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN!!  DARE YOU TO HAVE A LAUGH TODAY!! 

 

Please support our Theatresport teams by a ending the compe following venues: 

on at the 

 

Thursday 21 July 2011, 7 pm  Grace Lutheran College, Mewes Road, Rothwell Road   

Thursday 4 August, 7 pm   St Patrick’s College, Waterford Drama Suites, 60 Pier Avenue    Thursday 11 August, 7 pm  St Patrick’s College, Waterford Drama Suites, 60 Pier Avenue   

Entry fee:  $9‐00 Adults / $6‐00 Students / Concession   

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COFFEE HOUSE PROJECT

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COMMUNITY NEWS The Paddies Van is Proudly Sponsored by:-

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 Sandgate Lagoon 5.45 pm—8.30 pm

Tuesday, 26 July Ryan Shannon, Jacob Shaw, Jake Siggurs, Jordan Thomas, Chris Reitano, Jack Huxtable

Thursday, 28 July Patrick Keating, Matthew Kingsley, Nicholas Loftus, Jack McDermott, Matthew McQuaid, Lachlan Munro

Thursday, 28 July Thymon Ventor, Liam Polkinghorne, Aaron Loader

Saturday 23 July Travis Browning, Luke Guy, William Sked, Josuha, Lachlan and Matthew Smith

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

SCHOOL FEES Term 3 school fee accounts were sent via email during the holidays. If you did not receive your account please contact Judy Kelly on 3631 9019 and a copy of your account will be sent.

UNIFORM SHOP YEAR 12 JERSEYS Forms to order these have been given to students. Purchase of these jerseys is optional. Cut off date for return of forms is Thursday 28 July. No orders will be accepted after this date. Extra forms are available from the Student Office and Uniform Shop.

ALL TERM ACCOUNTS ARE BEING SENT VIA EMAIL NOW.

TRADING HOURS TERM TIME TUES 12-4pm

ANY OTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT JUDY ON 36319019

WED 10AM-2pm THURS 7.30-11.30am

DATE

HELPERS

Fri          22/07  Debra Phillpot, Sandra Messing, Vera Woods  Mon     25/07  Gerry Polkinghorne, Jen Smith, Michelle Steen, Tricia Vesely  Tue       26/07  Kerri Wrench, Carmel Moir, Sharyn Mula  Wed      27/07  Leigh Shaw, Bronwyn Hawkins, Stephanie Ingeri, Melinda Pahany  Thu        28/07  Maryanne Refoy, Guis na Lawlor, Tabitha Baker  Fri          2907  Maggie McGowan, Michelle Brinkoff, Maria Neilson 

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DATE CLAIMER

July 22 PHOTO DAY CIC Basketball Round 1 (A) July 23 CIC Tennis Round 1(A) CIC T & F Meet (A) AIC Cross Country Meet (A) July 25 Inter - House Debating Round 1 AIC AFL Round 2 July 26 Year 10 Immunisation Inter - House Debating Round 1 July 27 Inter - House Debating Round 1 QDU Finals Round 1 July 29 CIC Basketball Round 2 July 30 AIC Tennis/Basketball Trials (A) CIC Tennis Round 2 (A) CIC Track & Field meet (A) August 01 Year 6 Retreat AIC AFL Round 3 August 02 Academic Assembly August 03 Inter - House Debating Round 2 Year 12 Drama Course Production Performance QDU Finals Round 2 August 04 Inter-House Debating Round 2 Australian maths Competition August 05 Inter–House Debating Round 2 Year 11 Dinner Dance CIC Basketball Round 3 Supp Games August 06 AIC Cross Country Championships (A) CIC Tennis Rnd 3 (A) CIC T & F Meet (A)

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