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“The Truth will set you free”

30th January 2014 Sunday Mass Times:

Term 1, Week 1

P.O. Box 231, College Drive PORT MACQUARIE 2444 Ph: 02 5525 4100 Fax: 02 5525 4199

The Presentation of the Lord St. Agnes’ Port Macquarie Our Lady of Lourdes Wauchope Saturday Vigil – 6.00pm Saturday Vigil – 6.00pm and Sunday 7.30am Sunday – 7.30am, 9.00am & 5.00pm Long Flat – 9.30am 2nd & 4th Sunday st Kendall – 9.00am Mass (1 Saturday month 10.00am Mass Comboyne) Telegraph Point – Thursday Night 6.00pm Beechwood – 9.30am 1st & 3rd Sunday Lake Cathie – Sunday 8.00am Laurieton – Saturday Vigil 5.30pm, Sunday – 7.30am

St Agnes Parish Schools 2014 Theme


What’s on Term 1, Week 2

MONDAY, 3rd February (Day 6)


Year 7 and New Students photos in Hall P1 SAPSS Jazz Band in Performing Arts Centre 4.30pm-6.00pm Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.30pm

TUESDAY, 4th February (Day 7)


WEDNESDAY, 5th February (Day 8)


THURSDAY, 6th February (Day 9)


Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-5.00pm Drumline in PAC 1.05pm-1.45pm Year 11 Information Night at 6pm in the College Hall College Assembly Senior Percussion Ensemble 1.05pm-1.45pm in Performing Arts Centre SAPSS Drumline 3.30pm-5.00pm Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.30pm Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-5.00pm

FRIDAY, 7th February (Day 10)


Concert Band 7.45am-8.45am in Performing Arts Centre Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.00pm


Tuesday 11th February 2014 Wednesday 12th February 2014 & Thursday 13th February 2014 Friday 14th February 2014 Wednesday 19th February

Swimming Carnival- further details Year 11 & 12 Drama On Stage excursion to Sydney Year 9-12 Music Bravissimo concert at Glasshouse Year 10 Parent/Student Night

COORDINATING PRINCIPAL’S REPORT WELCOME TO THE 2014 SCHOOL YEAR I trust all had the opportunity to have some rest and relaxation and quality family time over the summer school holidays. Once again this year we have another record enrolment in St Agnes’ Parish Secondary Schools (SAPSS). The total enrolment is 2466 with 1041 enrolled at St Joseph’s Regional College, 806 at St Paul’s High School, 337 at Newman Senior Technical College and 282 at MacKillop Senior College. This year we have enrolled 425 in Year 7 with 200 at St Paul’s and 225 at St Joseph’s Regional College. We have added a ninth stream at St Joseph’s Regional. This is the maximum enrolment that will flow through to bring St Joseph’s Regional to its planned capacity enrolment of 1,200. In addition to the 425 new students joining us for Year 7 we have another 150 new students enrolled in Years 8-11. It is important for students and parents to know that, despite the large overall enrolment, we ensure that pastoral care classes and other classes are kept relatively small. Most classes in the junior secondary school have an average size of 25 and we restrict technology electives in Years 9 and 10 to 22. In Years 11 and 12 we support many very small classes for specialist HSC course. Several classes, especially extension courses, have just a couple of students and the overall average for senior classes is less than 20 students. We are fortunate to have a wonderful staff made up of 198 teachers, 80 support staff (secretarial, administration, finance, teachers’ aides, grounds, maintenance and cleaning) and 25 Gap year trainees. We especially welcome all those who are new to our schools and also welcome back students in Years 8-12. May 2014 be a year filled with success, happiness and many blessings for all who are part of the SAPSS family of schools. OUTSTANDING RESULTS Higher School Certificate results are released in the last school week of the year so there is no opportunity to congratulate students in the school newsletter. Some of you may have seen our ‘congratulations’ and other reports in local papers. Both MacKillop and St Joseph’s Regional had many students with ATARs above 90 as well as many other impressive results. The top ATARs were: Ben Woodward 98.70, Jack Connolly 98.40, Katie McCosker 98.20, Andrew Newbound 97.25, Molly Ratcliffe 97.15, Annabelle Thorne 96.45, Alex Crawford 96.05, Bryden Sloan Harris 95.90, Christopher Spencer 95.85, Katelyn Ward 95.85, Amanda Hunt 95.75, Hannah-Jayne Shilling 95.70, Ryan Ambrose 95.20, Crystal Phillips 94.60, Olivia Tierney 93.85, Sophie Hodge 93.50, Mahni Lewis 93.30, Emily Dykstra 92.85, Lana De Maria 92.55, Samantha Barrie 91.70, Sophie Freeman 91.70, Ashleigh Wall 91.65, Lachlan Nixon 91.55, Kolby Kemmett 91.50, Bronte McKell 91.50, Ella Roberts 90.80 and Taylor Kennedy 90.80.

Other notable achievements included Katie McCosker who was named among the State AllRounders having achieved 90+ in 10 or more units. We also had the following nominations or selection in subject with a project or practical component: Emily Dykstra (ArtExpress), Ashleigh Hales (OnStage), Alex Small (Encore), Isabella Kanturek (Callback), Lachlan Wilson, Adam Jackson, Brodie Savage and Rohan Ellis (InTech). Many HSC students from Newman also did well. A total of 21 students were awarded ‘Early Entry’ to university in a range of degrees including Nursing, Business, Marine and Education. This represents only a small percentage of Newman’s graduates as most follow a pathway into apprenticeships, traineeships and other employment. Their success in helping students achieve these career goals is the best in the State. Congratulations to our 2013 graduates and to their dedicated teachers! Mr Jim O’Brien Coordinating Principal

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE On behalf of the staff of St Joseph’s Regional College I wish to extend to all families a very warm welcome back to the 2014 school year. An enrolment of 1041 students certainly sends out a strong message of faith that families place in our College as a centre fostering Christ-centred Learning. Indeed, this sentiment is reflected in Statement of Learning for 2014: At St Joseph’s Regional College we will foster Christ-centred learners; enabling them to think creatively and critically, communicate and collaborate effectively; and to build relationships based on respect resilience and responsibility.’ By relating according to the Gospel values we proclaim, this year we want to make a special effort to incorporate the key words of this statement into the language we use with our students. Firstly we have the 4 high order proficiency words of thinking critically and creatively, communication and collaboration (4 c’s) combined key aspects of growth in character; relationships, respect, resilience and responsibility (4 r’s). This year it is our intention to embed these words into the language we use with students. Staff New to St Joseph’s Regional This year we welcome, Mr Kim Eichmann (Legal Studies), Mr Andrew Blackmore (Music), Mr Michael Walsh (PDHPE), Mr Paul Redfern (Mathematics), Mr Brian Hazell (Science), Mrs Genine Howard (English) and Mr Jeremy Buckley (Business Studies). We also welcome back Miss Sonia West after a two year absence at St Paul’s Kempsey. Sonia will fulfil the role of Leader of Macquarie House this year. I also welcome back Mrs Claire Goldie (Science) who returns to her fulltime position this year. To Mrs Jenny Raczka (Office) and Mrs Deanne Fyffe (Canteen), we wish you well in your respective roles.

Pictured: Mr Michael Walsh, Mr Brian Hazell, Mrs Genine Howard, Mr Kim Eichmann, Mr Paul Redfern, Mr Andrew Blackmore and Mr Jeremy Buckley

New Teaching Staff Profiles Jeremy Buckley Jeremy attended MacKillop Senior College. After completing school Jeremy studied a graduate diploma of Financial Planning and worked in the financial planning industry before completing a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education and a Bachelor of Economics through Newcastle University. Jeremy has regularly been employed as a casual at St Joseph’s Regional College in 2013. Jeremy will be teaching HSIE. Kim Eichmann Kim graduated in1997 from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Commerce and Graduate Diploma in Education – Secondary/Social Sciences. In 2009 Kim commenced his post graduate studies in Economics at the University of Sydney. Kim taught at Randwick Boys High School and Kurri Kurri High School before moving to Port Macquarie. Kim has extensive experience in teaching Legal Studies, Business Studies, Economics and commerce. Kim will be teaching HSIE. Paul Redfern Paul graduated with a Diploma of Teaching majoring in Mathematics from the Catholic College of Education in Sydney in 1986. Paul also has a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies from NSW University. Paul has many years of experience teaching Mathematics and Religious Education at Marist Brother’s High School, Pagewood and Marist College North Shore. Paul has been employed as a casual teacher in 2013 at St Agnes’ Parish Secondary Schools. Paul will be teaching Mathematics. Michael Walsh Michael has a Diploma of Teaching from the Catholic College of Education in Sydney and has Religious Accreditation ‘A’ & ‘B’. Michael has several years of experience teaching PD/H/PE, Mathematics, Sport, Lifestyle & Recreation and Religious Studies. Michael has held positions as Acting Assistant Principal and Leader of PD/H/PE at St Paul’s College Kempsey. Michael will be teaching PD/H/PE and Religion. Genine Howard Genine graduated with a Bachelor of Arts/Diploma of Education from University of New England majoring in English & History. Genine has taught at Domremy College Five Dock and Balmain High School before moving to Port Macquarie and has been teaching on a casual basis within the St Agnes’ Parish for the past 7 years. Genine will be teaching English. Andrew Blackmore Andrew graduated in 2007 with a Diploma in Education (Secondary Music) and has many years experience in the music industry in the UK and America and Australia. Andrew has recently taught at Heritage Christian School as a K-12 Instrumental Music Coordinator. Andrew will be teaching 711 music in 2014. Brian Hazell Brian graduated with a Bachelor of Science from UNSW and Ph.D and Grad DipEd from Macquarie University and also a Maths qualification from CSU. After working in industry and universities Brian commenced working at SAPSS in 2000 based at MacKillop from 2003-2013. Brian will be teaching 7 -10 Science. Deanne Fyffe Deanne was employed on a casual basis in the canteen at St Joseph’s Regional College in 2013 and will be employed 1 day per week in 2014. Jenny Raczka Jenny has recently relocated from Mittagong. Jenny has previously worked at Mercy Catholic College at Chatswood where she performed front office and reception duties. Jenny will be working at St Joseph’s Regional College in the front office in 2014.

Trainee Staff In addition, St Joseph’s Regional College welcomes 10 trainees to the staff this year. These enthusiastic young people having completed their Higher School Certificate in 2013. Welcome and congratulations to: Dane Moore - ICT Benen Livermore – Teachers’ Assistant Eamonn Shannon – Teachers’ Assistant Erica Bell – Teachers’ Assistant Stephanie Figgins – Youth Ministry Alex Small – Co-curricular Music James Dick – Creative Arts Jessica Myers & Aidhan Fahey– Hospitality Taylor Kennedy – PD/H/PE & Sports Technical & Applied Science – Lachlan Wilson St Joseph’s Regional Trainees 2013 pictured with Mr Jim Dempsey

We are very humbled to be given the opportunity to serve this wonderful group of people who have the very best intentions for your sons’ and daughters’ futures. We look forward to meeting with parents of Year 11 students on our upcoming Information Evening next Tuesday, 4th February commencing at 6.00pm and concluding at 8.00pm. God Bless Jim Dempsey Principal

NEWSLETTER DISTRIBUTION 2014 As our student intake increases at St Joseph’s Regional College, it has become evident that there is a need for the College to be more cost and environmentally efficient in the distribution of the newsletter. Therefore, from Term 1, Week 2 2014 the College newsletter will be emailed to all families. We understand that for some families this is not always the most convenient way of receiving the newsletter, as such, hardcopies will be available for students to collect each Friday from the College canteen; the newsletter will also be available for viewing on the College website.

UNIFORM Joprim Uniform items Out-of-Stock We have been advised that Joprim is unfortunately out of stock of certain uniform items. The unavailable items are:

Sports socks: sizes 2-8 and 6-10 School socks: primary sizes 9-12 and 13-3 School socks: secondary sizes 6 – 10

These items should be available on or around 21st February. Teachers are aware of this and students will not be issued a detention for wearing the wrong socks. School caps are now in stock.

Uniform Reminder Many students have outgrown their uniforms in 2013, to avoid any issues with incorrect uniform please note the following reminders: School Shoes - Many parents will need to purchase new school shoes for their sons and daughters in January 2014. Please remember that the school requires these to be plain black, polishable lace-up ALL leather shoes. (No high tops, boots or ripple soles, skate type shoes or logos. No buckle shoes or open top shoes. Heels should not be more than 2.5cm.) Sport shoes must be proper sports shoes. School shoes are not to be worn as part of the sports uniform.

Girls Dress- The girls blue dress is no longer part of the College uniform and therefore all girls are to wear the skirt and blouse from Day 1 2014. Skirts MUST be KNEE-LENGTH. Sports Shorts- Joprim has organised a new sport short which includes the letters SAPPS on the bottom of them. We are unsure of when these will be available but would ask that shorts ONLY be purchased from Joprim. Piercing and Hair Styles and Colour- Some students choose to have piercings and variation to hair colour and styles in the holidays. A reminder that these must comply with school rules when students return in 2014. St Joseph’s Regional College uniform requirements are clearly outlined on our College website. Cath Eichmann Deputy Principal

A very warm welcome to the newest students of St Joseph’s Regional College. Thank you to our Year 7 Coordinator Miss Sonia West for your coordination of a wonderful day.



back to returning students of SJRC and an extra special welcome to our new students to the College, especially to Year 7 students. Many year 7 students have commenced with a great burst of enthusiasm, let’s face it, it can also be quite a daunting time too, the great news is that our College is a great place to be and there are a lot of great opportunities here for all and also a lot of support in many ways. My role at the College is to support students in any year group who may be experiencing challenges in a number of different areas including – difficulties in family life, grief and

loss, stress, mental health, anger,

problems at

many other areas. If you would like a chance to speak in a

school, self-esteem


confidential environment with

non-judgmental and where you may be able to learn some strategies to deal with challenges you may be facing, work on having a sense of balance in your life then you are welcome to come and see me. someone who is

I work from Tuesday to Friday (all you have to remember is that “I don’t do Monday”s). My office is located in the main administration building, if you would like to meet with me you can request an appointment through your Coordinator, PC teacher, class teacher, parents can contact me through the friendly office ladies or students can come to the front office to arrange a time. Wishing you all a safe and happy 2014.

Rachel Smith (School Counsellor) SECONDHAND UNIFORM SHOP We require donations of second hand uniforms. Items can be dropped into the front office. Small sizes are urgently needed in the following items: Girls Skirts (in small sizes) White Blouses The following items are also required: Jumpers Sports Shirts Sports Socks

Grey Shorts White Shirts

Sports Shorts Boys Grey Socks

GIRLS BLUE TUNICS will no longer be part of the College uniform in 2014. If you wish to donate your blue tunics to the College we will be, in turn, donating them to a school in a developing country or an indigenous community in remote Australia.

LOST PROPERTY Students who have lost items are required to log the details on the College “Moodle” web page. Mrs Carol Avery coordinates our lost property and will endeavour to get items back to students as soon as possible. Please ensure all uniform items are clearly labelled with name and PC class, especially hats.

CREATIVE ARTS We welcome to our Creative Arts team Mr Andrew Blackmore who will be teaching Music at the College this year as well as our Creative Arts Trainee James Dick and Cocurricular Music Trainee Alex Small. REMINDERS: OnStage Yr 10, 11 and 12 Drama students that your excursion to see OnStage is on Wednesday, 12th February and your permission notes are DUE in on Monday, 3rd February to the FRONT OFFICE. Bravissimo Yr 10 - 12 Music Students Bravissimo is on Friday 14th February at the Glasshouse. Permission note due into the office on 11th February Senior Creative Arts Excursion Year 11 and 12 Creative Arts Excursion to Sydney will be held later in the term. Your permission notes and $100 deposit are DUE into the office on Monday 10th February For all instrumental Music students your program will begin in week 3. Please speak to Mrs Green for further information. We hope that all our Creative Arts students follow their passion and find their creative inspiration in their work in our classes this year. Claudette Stace Leader of Creative Arts

MUSIC NOTES All band rehearsals before school will commence next week, however, music lessons will not commence until week 3. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday

4.30pm – 6.00pm 7.45am - 8.45am 7.45am - 8.45am 7.45am - 8.45am

SAPSS Jazz Band Year 7 /Intermediate Concert Band College Jazz Band College Concert Band

The SAPSS Drumline will commence next Wednesday for 3.30-5.30pm. The Vocal Group will not commence until week 3 Sharon Green Leader of Instrumental Music Coordinator

THE ART DEPARTMENT NEEDS DONATIONS The Art department desperately need donations of the following items. • • • • • • • •

old clean towels, tea towels, face washers sheets etc plastic bags plastic containers such as icecream, yoghurt etc. (no glass), old toothbrushes, fabrics pieces,

Items that can be used to draw for still-life's such as vases, tea cups, fake plants and flowers etc etc we would like real plants for our verandah so any donations would also be appreciated in the new year.

Year 9 Canberra Trip - Monday, 23rd – Thursday, 26th June 2014 Year 9 Canberra Trip 2014 is on Monday, 23rd – Thursday, 26th June which is the last week of Term 2. The excursion in addition to it's social, cultural and entertainment outcomes is an important part of our Year 9 History course as well as fulfilling Board of Studies requirements for a site study in this case the Australian War Memorial. We realise the excursion is a substantial additional cost and for this reason we are advising parents in advance. The final cost and note will come home in the next couple of weeks. Parents will be able to make part payments prior to the excursion. Jason Warneken Leader of HSIE


Personal Career Emails- Parents of Years 10, 11 and 12 will be included in our regular weekly Careers newsletter which are emailed out. Please make sure you register your preferred email address as a point of contact with the College office if you haven’t already done so. Upcoming events:

20th February-

Regional University Roadshow

Regional Careers Website- The Careers website at offers up-to-date information for parents and students in all year groups. Moodle – Careers - Always updated with important documents for work experience and university information. Parents can access this information via your child’s login. YEAR 8, 9 And 10 – TAX FILE NUMBERS- Tax file number forms are processed by Mrs Tinsey every Friday. New forms are now available from the office. Karen Bale & Leanne Tinsey, Leaders of Careers and University Transition

LIBRARY NEWS Like us on FaceBook – St Joseph’s Regional College Library. Follow us on Twitter – @sjrcexchange Karen Bale Teacher Librarian

MATHS VAULT PROBLEMS Gina has three children and one of them is a teenager. When she multiplies her children’s ages together the result is 770. How old is the teenager? Answer will be in next weeks newsletter.

CANTEEN ROSTER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED- The College canteen is in need of some extra help. If you would like to help on any day during the week between 9.30am-1.30pm (or even just a couple of hours in the middle of the day) please phone Emma Daley at the College Canteen on 5525 4100. Term 1, Week 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Help Please! Help Please! Julie Leahy Pat Shirt Julie Coombes

COMMUNITY NOTICES Bonny Hills Physical Culture Club registration day is on Sunday 2nd February at the Bonny Hills Community Hall from 10.00am-12noon. Any existing member who brings a friend to register this year will go in the draw to win $40 Bonny Hills Physie dollars. Port Physie and Dance -Fun, Fitness & Friendship. For Ages 3 and Up. Term 1 starts week commencing 3rd February 2014 Cnr Acacia Ave & Karungi Crescent. First Class Free. For Further Information & Timetables Ph:6584 0350 or M: 0408304151. Like us on Facebook - Port Physie and Dance E): or website: Mid North Coast Girls Surfboard Riders- Registration for 2014 is on Sunday, 2nd February 2014 from 9.00am – 10.00am at Rainbow Beach, Bonny Hills. Competitions are held on the 2nd Sunday of each month. For further information visit our website or alternatively contact Robyn Wallace or Jo Astorini Port United Football Club - Registrations are open for the 2014 season. Players are now able to register for the new season online. United will field numerous junior teams in the U6-U18 competitions. All U6 and U7 players will receive a free soccer ball and pair of shin pads. Information/payment days will be held on Saturday 15th and 22nd of February between 1.00 – 4.00pm at the clubs Dixie Park clubhouse on Hastings River Drive. Contact the club by email at or via inbox on facebook to PortUnited FC for more information or to receive the clubs registration package. Wauchope Junior Rugby League - U6- U16- will be holding their registration days on: Saturday, 8th Feb 9.00am – 12.00 noon, Friday 14th Feb 3.30pm - 5.30pm & Saturday 22nd Feb 9.00am – 12.00 noon at Lank Bain Sporting Complex, Beechwood Rd. Wauchope. (Jnr. League grounds). Cost $100 per child (includes Wauchope JRL polo shirt) For furher information contact Cassie Linards on 65 864 792 Camden Haven Junior Rugby League Club 2014 Registration days will be held at the Laurieton United Services Club Sports Bar on: Saturday 1st February 3.00 – 5.00pm, Sunday 9th February 10.00 – 12.00pm and Sunday 16th February 3.00 – 5.00pm. New players are welcome. New players please bring your birth certificate and your Medicare card. Parents and players must sign a code of conduct form and abide by the rules of the club and CRL. COST is $120 for 1 player, $210 for 2 players and for 3 or more players $290. This includes shorts and socks for players. For returning players, Camden Haven JRL has now been set up for online registrations and payments. The link for the registration form is To complete registrations online, you must have an email address on your sporting pulse passport player form. With the multi child pricing, parents need to register all children in one go for the discount to apply. Wauchope Soccer Club online registration is now open for 2014. Playing soccer is a great way to keep fit and to learn team dynamics. Go to the REGISTRATION page at to register. If you need assistance or to make a payment, we are holding the following sessions at the Wauchope RSL Club: Saturday 15th February: 10.00– 2.30pm in Auditorium 1, Tuesday 18th February: 5.00pm – 7.00pm in Auditorium 2, Saturday 22nd February: 10.00am – 2.30pm in Auditorium 2, Thursday 27th February: 5.00pm – 7.00pm in Auditorium 2. For more information ring club registrar, Tracey Eastwood on 0400929480. Skirts too Short? Trousers half-mast? I can fix your uniform length problems. Just drop uniforms off at the College office for hemming. All items must be in a bag that is clearly marked with your name and contact number $20 per item, Payment on delivery. For further information please contact Julie Hickling through our College office or on 0421 672 248



TERM 1 Week 1

Thurs 30th Jan Fri 31st Jan Fri 31st Jan -

Yr 7 & 11 Students return Yr 8, 9, 10 & 12 students return Yr 7 swimming proficiency test periods 5 & 6

Week 2

Mon 3rd Feb -

NSWCCC Blues Presentation

Week 3

Tues 11th Feb -

SJRC Swimming Carnival

Week 4

Mon 17th Feb -

closing date CCC tennis trials - Paramatta

Week 5

Mon 24th Feb Tues 25th Feb -

Hastings Zone Primary Winter Sports Trials – Oval closing date NSW All Schools Triathlon – Penrith

Week 6

Mon 3rd Mar Tues 4th Mar Tues 4th Mar Wed 5th Mar Wed 5th Mar Wed 5th Mar Thur 6th Mar Thur 6th Mar Fri 7th Mar -

NSWCCC tennis selection trial - Parramatta NSWCCC baseball selection trial - Sydney Diocesan open & U/16 girls hockey trials - Grafton Ash Wednesday Diocesan Swimming Travel Day NSW All Schools Triathlon Day 1 - Penrith Diocesan Swimming Carnival - Banora point NSW All Schools Triathlon Day 2 - Penrith Yr 7 Reflection Day - No Sport

Week 7

Mon - Fri Mon 10th Mar -

Yr 10 Retreat Northern CCC Golf Selection Trials - Tuncurry

Week 8

Mon 17th Mar Mon 17th Mar Tues 18th Mar Wed 19th Mar -

12s,13s,14s,16s & O Hastings 9s RL - Port Mac Diocesan winter sport trials travel day - Lismore Dio winter sport trials (soccer, league, union, AFL) NSWCCC Hockey selection trial closing date

Week 9

Mon 24th Mar Mon 24th Mar Fri 28th Mar -

NSWCCC Hockey selection trial - Newcastle Yr 10 PE & English assessment day Opens Country Cup rugby league gala day

Week 10

Tues 1st Apr Thurs 3rd Apr -

SJRC Cross Country 14s & 16s Rugby 7s gala day - Coffs Harbour

Week 11

Wed 9th Apr -

NSWCCC Northern RL trials – Smithtown

Mon 28th Apr Tues 29th Apr -

Pupil Free Day NSWCCC Swimming & Diving - Homebush

Term 2 Week 1

• • •

Year 8, 9, & 10 sport programs commence week 2. Year 8 start their sport rotation on Tuesday of week 2. Year 9 & 10 sport will be at school week 2.

Swimming Carnival – further information will be distributed to students next week.

St Joseph's Regional College T1, Wk1 30th Jan 2014  
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