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2nd May 2014 Sunday Mass Times:

Term 2, Week 1

P.O. Box 231, College Drive PORT MACQUARIE 2444 Ph: 02 5525 4100 Fax: 02 5525 4199 www.sapss.nsw.edu.au

3rd week of Easter 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

What’s on Term 2, Week 2

MONDAY, 5th May (Day 6)

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Year 7 2015 Open Night in College Hall commencing 6.00pm NSW All Schools Swimming and Diving at Homebush U/14’s AFL at Wayne Richards Park Year 10 Bell Shakespeare in PAC P1&2 SAPSS Jazz Band in Performing Arts Centre 4.30pm-6.00pm Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.30pm

TUESDAY, 6th May (Day 7)

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Diocesan Touch Championships at Tuffins Lane Year 11& 12 Drama HSC Text Performance in Parramatta Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-5.00pm Drumline in PAC 1.05pm-1.45pm

WEDNESDAY, 7th May (Day 8)

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College Assembly Cyber Safety Awareness Talks in PAC U/16’s AFL at Wayne Richards Park 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 Darwin Music Tour Information Night in PAC at 6.00pm

THURSDAY, 8th May (Day 9) FRIDAY, 9th May (Day 10)

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Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-5.00pm

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

DATES TO REMEMBER: Tuesday 13th –Thursday 15th May Friday 16th May Monday 19th – 29th May Monday 19th May Monday 19th May Tuesday 20th May Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd May

NAPLAN Year 12 Award Ceremony in PAC 9.00am Year 11 Examinations Year 8 Mass Year 10 Rotary Speaker Year 7 Drumbeat in PAC Year 12 Retreat

For all the latest news, click the link below to visit St Joseph’s Regional Website http://www.pmreglism.catholic.edu.au/


COORDINATING PRINCIPAL’S REPORT OPEN NIGHTS FOR YEAR 7, 2015 During the coming week we will be hosting Open Nights for parents and students planning to enrol in Year 7 in 2015. Details are as follows:Monday, 5th May

St Joseph’s Regional College. In the College hall commencing at 6.00pm.

Tuesday, 6th May

St Paul’s High School. In the Multi-Purpose Centre commencing at 6.00pm.

The evening will begin with an information session in the hall and an opportunity to book enrolment interviews. This will be followed by a tour of the school. Parents are requested to attend the school for which their son/daughter is zoned. Zone change requests need to be put in writing and will be considered once all applications have been processed. ANZAC DAY Once again this year St Agnes’ Parish Secondary Schools (SAPSS) were well represented in the Port Macquarie march and also at the Dawn Service. The Drum Band conducted by Mr Mark Spence led our section of the march and were one of the highlights. Two of our senior students had the honour of giving the occasional address. Michael Lutton spoke at the Dawn Service and Daniel Magnussen was the guest speaker at the 10.30am service in Port Macquarie. Both Year 12 students did an outstanding job and won great praise from RSL Sub Branch members, returned service personnel and the general public. Extremely well done to both Michael and Daniel. Mr Jim O’Brien Coordinating Principal

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Feast of St Joseph the Worker On Thursday, the College community gathered to celebrate our annual St Joseph the Worker Feast Day. The day commenced with Mass celebrated by our Chaplain, Fr. James Foster. I would like to particularly thank Leader of Macquarie House, Ms Sonia West and her students for their considerable contribution to preparing the Mass. Thank you also Mrs Leanne Johnson and College musicians, our Youth Ministry Officer, Ms Stephanie Figgins and Mrs Wendy Welsh for their contributions. A big thank you to Amy Webb, who spoke so passionately about her calling as Youth Minister at St Agnes’ Parish. Finally, A special congratulations to Ramika Barclay (Year 8) who made her First Holy Communion during the Mass. A collage of photos from the day will be published in next week’s newsletter.


College ANZAC Liturgy On Monday, St Joseph’s Regional College held its ANZAC Day Commemoration. This year marked the Centenary of the outbreak of World War I (1914-1918). I would like to thank our Leader of HSIE, Mr Jason Warneken for coordinating the occasion. Please read Mr Warneken’s report and view the collage of photos from the Liturgy over page:

ANZAC Day Ceremony report On Tuesday morning the College held it’s ANZAC Day ceremony. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I which lasted from 1914 to 1918 and the 99th anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps- the ANZACS – at Gallipoli. During the ceremony students reflected upon the approaching centenary of the ANZAC landing in 2015 and the ANZAC tradition. Its ideals of courage, endurance and mateship emerged on the 25th April 1915 and continued for the remainder of the “Great War”. ANZAC Day continues to grow in importance as Australians remember the sacrifice of those that died in this conflict. It has also become a day that we should stop to remember all Australians who have served and died in both World Wars, Korea, Vietnam, Malaya, Borneo, Iraq and the many peacekeeping activities since 1945 as well as those who are completing their service in Afghanistan, proof of the continuing ANZAC spirit and legacy in modern times. This year we were particularly lucky to have two special guests, Uncle Bill O’Brien presenting the local Birpai people with the customary “Welcome to Country” and Ken Tanswell as a guest speaker representing the RSL. Ken joined the Royal Australian Air Force in 1964 and served for a period of fifteen years. In 1970 and 71 he saw active service in Vietnam as a helicopter Crewman flying on gunship, medical evacuation and insertion-extraction missions. He is currently the president of the Air Force Association in Port Macquarie and a committee member of the Port Macquarie Sub Branch of the Returned and Services League, the RSL. On behalf of Mr Dempsey and the College community I would like to thank our special guests Ken Tanswell and Uncle Bill for being with us on this special occasion. A big thank you also goes out to our readers Shaun Hinton, Lisa Fraser, Galina Betzis and Shannon Murray. A special mention also to Mrs Green for organising our band, in particular Karla Martin for leading the singing and Corbin Rees for the Last Post and Rouse. Jason Warneken Leader of HSIE


ANZAC Day I would also like to acknowledge the significant contribution made by St Joseph’s Regional College staff and students for their participation in the ANZAC Day march. Our special thanks to our Senior Representative Council Coordinator, Mr Daniel O’Mullane for his contribution to this special day of representation.


ANZAC Day march report The College was again extremely well represented at the 2014 ANZAC Day March in Port Macquarie. Over 50 students from Year 7 to Year 12, led by our College Captains Lisa Fraser and Shaun Hinton (pictured), joined with other St Agnes Parish Secondary Schools for an outstanding showing. As noted by the speakers during the wreath laying ceremony, such a strong showing from all Port Macquarie schools demonstrates the importance of the ANZACs remains, 99 years later. A very big thank you to all students who represented the College, or other community groups at ANZAC Day ceremonies this year over the entire local area. Your efforts and time are greatly appreciated. A special thank you to Shaun Hinton who was the driver behind student involvement and Lachlan Frewin who was responsible for gathering names from participants on the day. Thank you to the following students who participated. Lisa Fraser Shaun Hinton Britney Avery Jamie Lightfoot Alec Newell Georgia Hickling Katie Hickling Zachary Parnell Lachlan Frewin Ash Turner Montanna Green Isobella Bennett-Tonkin Sarah Freeman Courtney Newell

Hamish Bell Jade Sage Grace Philip Joshua King Christa Morrow Jonti Groth Mary Shelley Sam Turner Lani Gobius Jessica Horsburgh Joshua Love MacKenzie Murray Hannah Brown Kayla Figgins

Jessica Nickl Maddison Caughlan Claire Rocuet Kimberly Ross Rylee Parry Hannah King Hannah Garven Faith Sparrow Tianna Graham Kate Lulham Cooper Lewis-Bain Hannah Vogel Benjamin Martin Montanah Terry

Madeline Sharp Jarrod Stewart Michaela O’Donovan Lily Smith Olivia Groth Connor Coyne Alicia Myhill Sophie Myhill Rebecca Turner Clare Walsh Kera Coyne Adam Hurd Karla Martin Ashley Martin

Mr Daniel O’Mullane, SRC Coordinator Thank you to volunteers Over the term break, four students from the College gave up their time to volunteer at the Wauchope Neighbourhood Centre fun day. I commend to you a letter of thanks received from Melissa Baker, Coordinator of the centre. We would just like to say thank you to four of your year 8 students who gave up some of their time in the school holidays to volunteer at the Wauchope Neighbourhood Centres Pirate and Princess "Fun day in the Park" on Wednesday 16th April 2014. Tahlia Bell-Baker, Julia Cutajar, Melinda Burke and Elizabeth Pike. The girls were a huge help on the day manning the "Decorate your own biscuit table" and "the tatttoo table". Without volunteers we would not have had such a successful day. Kind regards Melissa Baker Coordinator Wauchope Information Neighbourhood Centre Ph: 6586 4055 Fax: 6586 1700 God Bless Jim Dempsey College Principal


FROM OUR LEADER OF CATECHESIS AND EVANGELISATION YEAR 11 STREET RETREAT – A PENTECOST EXPERIENCE For a number of years, the Lismore Diocese has run overnight retreat activities for Parish School Students in Years 9, 10 and 11. These gatherings aim to bring Catholic secondary students together to meet like-minded peers and to celebrate and meet with other young people who practice their faith. In 2014, St Joseph’s Regional College Year 11 students will join students from each of the other diocesan secondary schools in attending a “Street Retreat.” Participants in the Street Retreat will spend from Thursday night 19th June to Sunday evening 22nd June working with a range of social justice initiatives in Brisbane. Their participation may make a small contribution to those being served – but the event is first and foremost an exercise in faith development. Participants will find the activities on the street retreat challenging and possibly confronting. Many activities run either very late at night or very early in the morning. The retreat will culminate in a celebration of Sunday Eucharist. In discerning which students might participate in this retreat experience, the diocese has recommended the following selection criteria; • • •

Catholic students who can demonstrate involvement in their parish. Catholic students who have attended previous student faith leadership retreats. e.g. Festa Christi, Shine, Ignite, SVDP. Students who exhibit the following attributes: - a strong sense of social justice, initiative, common sense and a mature character

A large number of students have already expressed an interest in this event. We can, however, only offer 6 places. Next term this will be presented to students at a year assembly and any student who would like to be considered will be asked to write a brief statement supporting their nomination. Ms Nora Swain Leader of Catechesis and Evangelisation


NAPLAN 13th – 15th May 2014 The NAPLAN tests will be conducted from 13th - 15th May 2014, for Year 7 and 9 students. TUESDAY 13 MAY

WEDNESDAY 14 MAY

THURSDAY 15 MAY

Language Conventions

Reading

Numeracy

(Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Writing

(Number, Algebra, function and pattern; Chance and data; Measurement and Space)

What students need to bring: • 2B pencil, Sharpener, Eraser and Calculator on Thursday for the numeracy test. Additional information can be found at www.nap.edu.au/NAPLAN/Parent_Carer_support/index.html.

The following videos, produced by ACARA, are designed help parents in their understanding of NAPLAN: What is it? How can the data be used to support young people's learning? What can parents do? The videos feature parents from all three school sectors, including the NSW Council of Catholic School Parents' Danielle Cronin. We encourage you to use one or more of the videos in the lead up to NAPLAN 2014, for example: · Staff days and staff meetings · Lunchtime learning sessions · Information sessions with parents or staff · A link in school newsletter or forward this message on to parents What is NAPLAN? NAPLAN is an annual assessment of literacy and numeracy for Australian students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. It has been part of the school calendar since 2008 and is used by governments, education authorities and schools to determine whether young Australians are meeting important educational goals in literacy and numeracy. Do I Need to Prepare for NAPLAN: Parents and grandparents discuss their perspectives on what to do, and what not to do, to help children prepare for NAPLAN. Why is NAPLAN Valuable? NAPLAN data is a conversation starter. It is an important tool to encourage discussion about student progress in the fundamentally important areas of literacy and numeracy. Let's Talk About Criticisms of NAPLAN: Parent group representatives tackle some of the criticisms of NAPLAN. Hear from the Australian Parents Council, Council of State School Organisations and Council of Catholic School Parents. View all videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP7WrHp7_iueHgQlABVWm64tZLjb0w9x3 Janine Handley Leader of Learning Enrichment


MUSIC NEWS DARWIN MUSIC TOUR Please note the following upcoming dates: Sunday, 4th May

Concert band rehearsal 10.00am-1.00pm

Wednesday, 7th May

4.00pm - 6.00pm Concert Band / Jazz Band/Drumline rehearsal 6.00pm Parent Meeting for everyone participating in the Tour.

Please remember to bring your medical forms back ASAP COLLEGE MUSIC NOTES All Senior Band and Jazz Band members are expected to be here on Monday for the Year 6 Open Information night. We will start at 5.00pm and finish by 6.00pm. Full winter uniform is to be worn. Sharon Green SAPSS Instrumental Music Coordinator

CREATIVE ARTS NEWS Student success at the Wauchope Show Congratulations to Nicola Parry and Tayla Cook who received places at the recent Wauchope Show for their artwork and photography. Nicola received five 1st places, two 2nd places and ‘Most Outstanding Exhibitor’ for Junior Photography- Black and White Prints. Tayla achieved three 1st places and ‘Most Successful Exhibitor’ in Junior Art. She also won six 1st places in Junior Photography winning the ‘Most Successful Exhibitor’ in Junior Photography for both black and white and colour. Recently, Tayla won the Junior Art competition (under 16s) at the Scotts Head Festival Art Show with her entry 'spider chrysanthemum'. This is a fantastic result for both Nicola and Tayla, which has showcased their many talents. Claudette Stace Leader of Creative Arts

LIBRARY NEWS Term 1 Photography Competition – My Town This competition is closed and we now await the judge’s decision! Stay tuned for an announcement.

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


CAREERS

We have subscribed to a new career exploration tool, Wirl Career. To access a careers quiz to identify possible occupations of interest matching your personality, interests and skills and also acts as a starting point for investigation in to future career options. Go to www.wirl.com.au and login using the following detail: Login:

stjosephrc

Password: giant28

Upcoming events: Midcoast Careers Market P5-7, Yr 10 to attend - Tuesday, 27th May - Friday, 6th June UMAT applications close - Friday, 20th June “My Careers Match” – Year 10 th - Tuesday, 24 June University Roadshow P5- Yr 10 only - “Successful Transitions” for Year 12 students & their parents- 7.00pm in the PAC

Year 12 Group consultations- This will continue in Term 2, as it is proving popular and successful. These sessions are held in the Library on Wednesday lunchtimes, and our prosed program is:Week 2Week 4Week 6-

EAS (Educational Access Scheme) Early Entry Schemes Scholarships

Career Interviews- Students can make appointments to see Mrs Tinsey in the Study Centre or Mrs Bale from 3.15pm in the Library Monday to Friday. 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. Regional Careers Website- The Careers website at www.SJRCPortcareers.com 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


HOMEWORK HUB The Library is a great place for students to complete class work and assessment tasks. All Library resources are available for use during this time. On Tuesdays, Mrs Rosenbaum, our Leader of Mathematics, is available to assist you with mathematical problems. The hours are:

Monday and Wednesday 3.15pm - 4.30pm Tuesday and Thursday 3.15pm - 5.00pm Friday 3.15pm - 4.00pm

The Homework Hub is for people who are "getting things done". Just a reminder that the homework hub is only for homework or study. The homework hub is not a place for students to socialise, wait for buses or play with iPads. Students not involved in productive school work will be asked to leave the homework hub. Mr Ian Lutton Leader of Curriculum

Wauchope Rotary- 2014 Homestay Expression of Interest Wauchope Rotary will host a group of 30 American students from South Carolina aged between 14-18years, boys and girls along with 3 leaders (teachers). Students will be here from Thursday, 19th June to Saturday, 21st June 2014. The overview of past visits is: Thursday, 19th June Students arrive mid to late afternoon and are collected by hosting families to spend the night settling in and getting to know each other. Friday, 20th June

The 30 students will spend the day with Rotarians participating in arranged activities. That evening Rotary will host a function for all visiting students and hosting families.

Saturday, 21st June Students depart Port Macquarie. This short exchange has in past year set up lifelong friendships. The program is conducted through Contiki and while there are not many rules one is that we must have 2 students hosted together for safety reasons. The visits work best when the students are billeted with similar aged people. To register your expression of interest please contact Raelene Monkley on: Mobile: 0407 853 539 Work: 6580 8278 Fax: 5524 7050 Email: rmonkley@hccu.com.au Further information and to complete your Host form, click on the following link: \\Pmreg-nw1\apps\common\clerical\2014 data\Donna\Rotary 2014\PEOPLE TO PEOPLE-host application 2014.doc

MATHS VAULT PROBLEMS A coin is flipped until it has either landed heads two times or tails two times, not necessarily in a row. If the first flip lands heads, what is the probability that a second head occurs before two tails? Express your answer as a common fraction. Last Week’s Answer:


UNIFORM UPDATE Our students are looking very smart in the new sports shorts with the white SAPSS lettering, especially when combined with the new polo design. Our new design tracksuits are just as smart and are expected at JOPRIM by the end of May. The previous style will continue to be accepted and are being sold at heavily-reduced prices. Get in quickly before they sell out!

JACKETS $65 $35

PANTS $40 $20

POLOS $30 $20

SECONDHAND UNIFORM SHOP

St Joseph’s Regional College Second-hand Uniform Shop Mrs Carol Avery is available to assist you with second-hand uniform purchases on: Tuesday from 2.45pm – 3.45pm Please go to the College office where our friendly office ladies will direct you to Carol.

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.

SCHOOL STUDENT TRANSPORT The College is in receipt of NSW School Pupil Identification Cards which are issued to students who have reached 16 years of age and over. These cards permit students to travel at the discounted rate of fare on all CityRail trains, State Transit buses and government ferries for journeys to and from sport, evening, weekend and vacation travel. Concession cards will also be available for country and interstate rail journeys on Countrylink services. Cards are available from the College office and are valid to 31st March 2015. Students under 16 do not require a concession card.


MEDICAL CONDITIONS The College will be updating its records shortly for students with medical conditions. With respect to students who may suffer from serious medical conditions, the College keeps a record in the staffroom of the student and intervention required in the event that immediate action is needed whilst at school. In respect of other medical conditions we also keep a computer record for reference as required. We would ask that parents please notify the College of the following: 1. If your son/daughter has a medical condition that you believe may require intervention at school, please provide written details to the College office. 2. If at any time you believe that your son/daughter may have either measles or chickenpox we would ask that you contact the school as soon as possible. It is very important that the school be notified of these conditions due to the threat to other students with low immune systems. 3. If your son/daughter may suffer from anaphylactic reaction we ask you to provide written details as soon as possible.

CANTEEN NEWS CHANGES TO MENU This term, the canteen will no longer be selling Large Flavoured Milks. This has been a Food Services Committee decision in conjunction with the College due to the concern of the high sugar content in this product. 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 Jo Farthing at the College Canteen on 5525 4100. Term 2, Week 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Help Please Help Please Julie Leahy Help Please Michelle Cramp


ATTENDANCE REMINDER A reminder to all parents, notes must be in within 7 days of your child's absence or the absence will be reported on your child's report as UNEXPLAINED. Students who have more than 15 days leave in a year must have supporting documentation from a doctor or make written application to the Assistant Principal. This may also require an interview with the Principal or Assistant Principal. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PARENTS / GUARDIANS EXPLANATION FOR PUPIL’S ABSENCE PUPIL’S NAME _______________________________________Year__________ PC ________ DATE(S) OF ABSENCE _________________________________________________________ REASON FOR ABSENCE ________________________________________________________ PARENT / GUARDIAN SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE __________ *Failure to have an absence explained within 7 days of returning to school MUST, BY LAW, be recorded and reported as UNEXPLAINED ABSENCE. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PARENTS / GUARDIANS EXPLANATION FOR PUPIL’S ABSENCE PUPIL’S NAME _______________________________________Year__________ PC ________ DATE(S) OF ABSENCE _________________________________________________________ REASON FOR ABSENCE ________________________________________________________ PARENT / GUARDIAN SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE __________ *Failure to have an absence explained within 7 days of returning to school MUST, BY LAW, be recorded and reported as UNEXPLAINED ABSENCE. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PARENTS / GUARDIANS EXPLANATION FOR PUPIL’S ABSENCE PUPIL’S NAME _______________________________________Year__________ PC ________ DATE(S) OF ABSENCE _________________________________________________________ REASON FOR ABSENCE ________________________________________________________ PARENT / GUARDIAN SIGNATURE ________________________________ DATE __________ *Failure to have an absence explained within 7 days of returning to school MUST, BY LAW, be recorded and reported as UNEXPLAINED ABSENCE.

SJRC App Parents, did you know we have our very own College App? Designed by Phil Nickl in Year 11, the SJRC App is a convenient way to stay up-to-date with College events, place a lunch order with the canteen, and inform the College about your son/daughter's absence and much more. If you have an iPhone or iPad, search for 'St Joseph's Regional College' in the iTunes Store. Android users, watch this space!. Alternatively, use the link below: SJRC App for iPhone/iPad


COMMUNITY NEWS Hastings Baseball Registration- Blackbutt Park, Wauchope Sunday 4th May 12 noon. In preparation for the 2014 Winter Competition beginning May. A trial/training is planned. Come along have a go! All ages, male & female from 12yrs through to seniors. All Welcome. For more information phone Rose on 0418 279 954. Wauchope Soccer Club need players in the following age groups: Under 14’s (Mixed) and Under 16’s Girls, we also have some odd vacancies in other teams. Commencing soon is an Over 35’s comp (for any Dad’s wishing to make a comeback!). Playing soccer is a great way to keep fit and to learn team dynamics and no experience necessary in our Club, For more information please call Tracey 0400 929 480 or Rebecca 0417 583 993


SPORT

TO KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THE LATEST SPORT INFORMATION FROM THE REGIONAL VISIT http://www.pmreglism.catholic.edu.au/sport/sport

Paige Leonhardt Swimming Success Over the past three weeks Paige Leonhardt in year seven has competed at two Australian Championships in the AWD (Athletes with Disability) division: 1. 2014 Australian Swimming Championships (Homebush) 2. 2014 Australian Age Swimming Championships (Homebush) Her results are as follows: 2014 Australian Swimming Championships Event

Age

Time

Place

PB

100 Breaststroke – MC Prelim

12&O

1.29.65s

6th

-1.82s

50 freestyle - MC Prelim

12&O

32.72s

22nd

-0.18s

100 Breastroke – MC Final

12&O

1.28.68s

6th

-2.79s

200m IM – MC Prelim

12&O

3.00.11s

15th

-8.10s

50m Backstroke – MC Prelim

12&O

38.43s

17th

-1.53s

100m Breaststroke – PS Prelim

12&O

1.27.39s

4th

-4.08s

100m Breastroke – PS Final

12&O

1.27.38s

4th

-4.09s

50m Butterfly – MC Prelim

12&O

35.82s

23rd

-2.57s

50m Breastroke – MC Prelim

12&O

39.03s

3rd

-0.91s

50m Breastroke – MC Finals

12&O

39.84s

3rd

-0.10s

Place 7th 5th 5th 6th 1st 10th 7th 7th 6th 1st

PB -13.18s -0.81s -4.57s -4.77s -0.48s -8.26s -2.79s -1.85s -1.53s -3.80s

MC = Muti Class, PB = Personal Best, PS = Para Sport 2014 Australian Age Swimming Championships (all finals) Event 400m Freestyle – MC (S6-S16) 50m Freestyle - MC 100m Butterfly - MC 100m Backstroke - MC 50m Breastroke - MC 200m Ind Medley – MC (SM5-SM16) 100m Freestyle - MC 50m Butterfly - MC 50m Backstroke - MC 100m Breastroke - MC MC = Muti Class, PB = Personal Best Congratulations Paige on a wonderful effort, Paige.

Age 11-15 11-14 11-14 11-14 11-14 11-15 11-14 11-14 11-14 11-14

Time 5.48.71s 32.09s 1.27.43s 1.23.41s 39.46s 2.59.95s 1.14.12s 36.54s 38.43s 1.27.67s


SPORT

TO KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THE LATEST SPORT INFORMATION FROM THE REGIONAL VISIT http://www.pmreglism.catholic.edu.au/sport/sport

TERM 2 Week 2 Mon 5th May Tues 6th May Wed 7th May Thurs 8th May Fri Fri 9th May

NSW All Schools Swimming and Diving Diocesan Touch Football Carnival - Port Macquarie Athletics 400m Event - oval at lunchtime. Athletics 1500m Event - oval at lunchtime Athletics Open Triple Jump - long jump pits at lunch

Week 3 Mon 11th May Thur 15th May Fri Fri 16th May

Athletics 17+ High Jump - hall at lunchtime CCC Basketball Selection Trial closing date Athletics 16s High Jump - hall at lunchtime

Week 4 Mon 19th May Thur 22nd May Fri 23rd May

Year 11 Exams CCC Basketball Selection Trials - Penrith Diocesan Cross Country - Grafton CCC Rugby League Selection Trial - St. Mary's

Week 5

Year 11 Exams

Week 6 Tues 3rd June

Year 7-10 Exams CCC Touch Championships - Wagga

Week 7 Mon 9th June Tue 10th June Wed 11th June Wed 11th June Fri 13th June

Queens Birthday Public Holiday Athletics 15s high jump - hall at lunch Athletics 14s high jump - hall at lunch Diocesan Southern Open Soccer - Kempsey CCC Cross Country - Eastern Creek

Week 8 Mon 16th June Mon 16th June Thur 19th June

Athletics 800m - oval at lunch 16s Coast to Country Cup Rugby Union - Coffs Diocesan 7-10 Soccer Gala Day - Coffs Harbour

Week 9 Tues 24th June Wed 25th June Thur 26th June

Yr 9 Canberra Excursion Dio Nth v Sth Open Soccer Athletics 13s high jump - hall at lunch Athletics 12s high jump - hall at lunch

CCC Northern Rugby League Teams Announced Congratulations to Shaun Hinton (opens) and Josh Cribb (15s) who were named in the Northern NSWCCC Rugby League Teams after a trial yesterday. They now go on to play in the NSWCCC selection trial at St. Mary's on the 23rd & 24th of May.

http://www.pmreglism.catholic.edu.au/sport/sport


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