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19 July 2013

Term 3, Week 1

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

Sunday

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mass Times:

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 & 6.00pm Long Flat – 9.30am 2nd & 4th Sunday Kendall – 9.00am Mass (1st 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 3, Week 2 MONDAY, 22nd July (Day 6)

- SAPSS Jazz Band in Performing Arts Centre 4.30pm-6.00pm Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.30pm

TUESDAY, 23rd July (Day 7)

- Coast to Country Cup Rugby Union Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-5.00pm Newman Senior Technical College Open Night 6.00pm Year 10 Dance Assessment in Hall P6&7 Drumline in PAC 1.05pm-1.45pm

WEDNESDAY, 24th July - College Assembly (Day 8) Year 11 Enrolment Open Night in Hall 6.00pm Senior Percussion Ensemble 1.05pm-1.45pm in Performing Arts Centre Luminosity Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.30pm THURSDAY, 25th July (Day 9)

- Year 12 Camden Haven Careers Expo 9.00am-12.00pm Luminosity Bishop Druitt Exchange Rugby Union Stage 5 Bell Shakespear Drama Performance in Sydney Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-5.00pm

FRIDAY, 26th July (Day 10)

- Stage 5 Bell Shakespear Drama Performance in Sydney Luminosity Year 8 Geography Excursion Concert Band 7.45-8.45am in Performing Arts Centre Homework Hub in Library 3.15pm-4.00pm

DATES TO REMEMBER Monday 29th July – Monday 12th August Wednesday 31st July Thursday 1st August Friday 2nd August Wednesday, 14th August

HSC Trials Year 11 2014 Parent/students interviews Year 7-11 English Competition Year 8 Mass @ St Agnes Church Year 7-11 Mathematics Competition National Curriculum Day – Pupil Free Day Year 12 Creative Arts Night


COORDINATING PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR LIFE Towards the end of last Term some students had the opportunity to see this year’s Motivational Media presentation which has as its overall theme “Making a Difference for Life”. The presentation traces the story of several young Australians who have overcome great adversity to make a difference in their own lives and those around them. The presentation identifies the following which will help us control our destiny: Making a Dream for life The great achievers in life are all great dreamers. Most people who have accomplished great things have imagined the day when they would see their dreams come true. They set themselves big goals then work out what smaller goals are needed to see their dreams realised. Making a Direction for life It’s true that if we don’t care where we want to go, any road will do. But if we do have an end goal, we have to work out the pathways that will get us there. This may mean study, learning a new skill, changing habits, or even changing the people we mix with. It certainly means focusing on the end place we want to be and moving steadily towards reaching that place. It may seem that our life is in a mess and that we can’t move forward, but remember, our present circumstances don’t determine where we can go; they merely determine where we start. Making a Difference in the lives of others Looking beyond ourselves to our family, friends and community allows us to make a difference in the lives of others. We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone. Being a role model, helping friends to make good choices and being involved in community projects not only makes a difference to others, it helps to develop and define who we are. Making a Difference in our life If we look around us and say ‘this is not the type of world I want to live in’, then maybe we need to change it. The best way to make a difference is to look in the mirror and start making a difference in our own life. Lack of ambition, substance abuse, negative friendships and risky behaviour may steal our opportunity to reach our potential. Each person has a choice – we can either drift through life allowing chance to determine our future or we can live a more deliberate life and shape our lives and the type of community we want. The choice is ours!

Mr Jim O’Brien Coordinating Principal

ACTING PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE A very warm welcome back to Term 3. It was with great pride that we concluded last term with our Year 11 Academic Awards and commenced this term with our Year 7-10 Academic Awards ceremonies. I was extremely impressed with the number of students who received awards and those who received Outstanding Achievement and Outstanding Application Awards. A list of these recipients follows.


At these award ceremonies I spoke of the value in students working with their parents and teachers to use their Semester One reports and awards to set new goals for Semester Two. Teachers have identified three areas for staff and students to work on in order to 'Improve Learning’ in 2013. These included: 1. Improve Writing using the PEEL method, 2. An attitude that ‘Near enough is NOT good enough” and 3. Maximising attendance. Outstanding Achievement Award Recipients Hannah Jazmine Lily Cody Reuben Alisha Emily Naomi

Garven Miles Smith Cosgayon Gammon Newbound Shelley Langley

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8

Odessa Lachlan Matthew Jo Georgia Gabrielle Courtney Lauren

Mullin Smith Cramp Cutler Hickling Moss Newell Bartie

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9

Mary Allegra Daniel Karla James Priyanka Sarah Madeline

Shelley Trevanion Middleton Martin Searle Schuetz Hannan Sharp

9 9 9 10 10 10 11 11

Outstanding Application Award Recipients Ella Tahlia Isobella Melinda Ruby Gabrielle Brittany Tayla Kera Mackenzie Sarah Ezra Emily Adam Cassandra Abbey Teegan Hannah Cooper Bailey Lily Dylan Stephanie Klaudia Sophie Elizabeth Eve Davy Abigail Michelle Jenna Tiana Chloe Sarah Mackenzie

Abi-Saab Bell-Baker Bennett-Tonkin Burke Carew Caruana Chandler-Rosewell Cook Coyne Deegenaars Freeman Gibson Hannan Hurd Jackson Jones Keesing King Lewis-Bain Marshall Maruszak Mason McManus Mullot Myhill Pike Pollard Roe Ross Shoobert Stephenson Williams Winn Woodbury Xerri

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

Victoria Fletcher Sophie Lachlan Georgia Jack Brooke Lauren Megan Hannah Emily Hannah Alexander Kaitlin Abbey Georgia Ebony Emma Natalie Miranda Joelle Alyssa-Clare Billy Elle Tahlia Tanya Olivia Emily Adam Jamieson

Abercromby Aldous Burley Camilleri Chaplin Dennis Hancey Heugh Heugh Morson Nardella Reynolds Ross Smith Stevens Williams Burke Carney Cheers Cropper Doust Ellis Hart Hay Hunter Johnston Lawler Sheridan Wall Williams

8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Chace Jack Nicholas Tiffany Kathleen Jayden Tennille Laura Jaimie Alicia Miller Annie Blake Bronte Nicola Ashley Jade Connor Nisha Josephine Galina Bailey Sam Olivia Shannon Renique Clare Joseph

Anderson Bowles Brown Crowe Fingleton Hunter Johnson McMahon McNulty Myhill Shore Smith Turpie Vandervelde Lakis-Smith Elford Sage Coyne Cross Pepper Betzis Sonter Turner Ustariz Murray Mullot Walsh Phillips

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11


UNIFORMS We have noticed this week that many girls have had a growth spurt in the last few months and skirts no longer meet the required KNEE LENGTH. We would ask that this be rectified before Monday, 29th July (Week 3) to avoid detentions. If you are like me and cannot sew, nor have the time or desire why not take advantage of this cheap and easy option below offered by one of our Teachers Assistants.

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 How easy is that? For further information please contact Julie Hickling through our College office or on 0421 672 248 God Bless Cath Eichmann Acting Principal


FROM THE LEADER OF CATECHESIS AND SCHOOL EVANGELISATION Catholic Schools Youth Ministry Australia Gathering- 15th & 16th August 2013 This is a great opportunity for Year 10 students. On the 15th & 16th August, St Joseph’s Regional College will send six Year 10 students (3 boys, 3 girls) to the Diocesan CSYMA Gathering in Coffs Harbour. Below is an outline of the two day program. Any interested student needs to collect a consent form from Mrs Gilbert. The program aims to promote school evangelisation and catechesis in a way that engages the passion, imagination and commitment of students to live as Christian disciples within the Catholic Community. The CSYMA Gathering is about young people coming together from across the diocese for a common experience – encountering Jesus Christ and the Church, experiencing dynamic faith, being equipped for ministry and living the Christian life, and empowered to impact the Church and the world The gathering will include: • The CSYMA Post-School National Team • Emmanuelworship plus student band performing daily • Concert-style rally on Thursday night with dynamic keynote speaker, Sam Clear • Concluding Mass at St Augustine’s Church • Student Testimony • Small Group Discussions • Seminar and Interactive workshops to fine tune Youth Ministry Skills BE PART OF THE POWER TO CHANGE A LIFE, in supporting St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal. We are asking students to donate a blanket, scarf or beanie. These items will be collected in Pastoral Care.

Nora Swain Leader of Catechesis and School Evangelisation


YEAR 9 NATIONAL CAPITAL EXCURSION At the end of last term, Year 9 students undertook an educational tour of the National Capital, Canberra. Students participated in a variety of educational programmes focused on Australia’s history, culture, heritage and democracy. To break up the long trip to Canberra, we stopped at Newcastle University and listened to a talk on university courses and university life then finished off our visit with a tour of the university. On arriving in Canberra we were greeted by very cold conditions and rain. Despite this, spirits were high and after a rushed dinner we had night of fun activities at the AIS: including Dodgeball, Hockey and European Soccer while half of the group went to Ten Pin Bowling. These activities were rotated the following night. At Parliament House, students participated in a mock debate to introduce a new Bill. Local member, Rob Oakeshott greeted us; he spent a great deal of time answering questions from students on being a politician. Although, he didn’t give anything away at the time when asked by Mr Johnston if he was going to stand again in the next election. A highlight for the students was the Australian War Memorial, in particular the Science and War Program and participating in the Last Post. We also visited the AIS and spent time in their popular Sportex room, followed by a trip to Questacon and its hands on educational science galleries. The final afternoon saw us learning about the history of Democracy in Australia at Old Parliament House and elections at the Australian Electoral Commission. Students also visited the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, drove around the embassies and high commissions and took in the scenery from Mt Ainslie. On our way back to Port Macquarie we stopped to walk the Harbour Bridge and took a ferry ride to Manly before continuing home. I would like to thank all Year 9 students who attended the excursion. On speaking to some of these students, it appears that highlights were the War Memorial and Questacon. I can honestly say in the many years I have attended this excursion this was one of the best groups I have ever travelled with. I would also like to thank parents who supported the excursion and chose to send their son/daughter along. We know that the cost is a burden on families. The Australian Government recognises the importance of all young Australians being able to visit their National Capital as part of their civics and citizenship education. To assist you (the parent) in meeting the cost of the excursion the Australian Government contributed funding of $30 per eligible student under the Parliament and Civics Education Rebate Programme toward the travel expenses incurred. The contribution is be paid directly to the school upon completion of the excursion. We would like to thank the Australian Government for their support of this program. A big thank you also goes out to the staff that gave up up time with their own families to make the excursion possible. These teachers included Frank Johnston, Sean Jennings, Colin Mackay, Craig Buesnell, Nathan Gargiulo, Amy Chaloner, Tanya Daley, Donna Hamlin, Melissa Hickson, AnneMarie Healy and Laura VonHoldt. Among the staff it was also regarded as the best camp ever. We hope that the excursion was a rewarding experience for all students.

Jason Warneken Leader of Human Society and its Environment


YEAR 8 – SOUTH WEST ROCKS CAMP 16th – 18th September In week 10 of this term, all Year 8 students will travel to South West Rocks for a 3 day camping experience (Mon 16th - Wed 18th Sept). This is an important part of the Year 8 PDHPE Outdoor Recreation program. During class time, students will participate in lessons and activities that will prepare them for this excursion. The cost of the camp will be $85 which will cover transport to and from South West Rocks, camping fees, snorkelling and common equipment for cooking, cleaning and shelter etc. Students will need to provide their own tents, food and sleeping equipment for the camp with lunch being provided on the Wednesday. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the college office.

CREATIVE ARTS NEWS

Claudette Stace Leader of Creative Arts

MUSIC NEWS


LIBRARY NEWS 2 Free Audiobook Downloads Each Week May 30 - August 15, 2013 This week : Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Go to www.AudiobookSync.com National Cyber Security Awareness Week (20-24 May) The final topic is Truth © 2009 Australian Government Department of Broadband Communication and the Digital Economy TRUTH? “There’s lots of amazing stuff online. But the online world is also full of people and promises and offers that aren’t actually real. I try to remember just how easy it is to fake all sorts of things online.” - Ben, 16 SCAM - A promise or offer that isn’t real, that’s designed to trick you. PLAGIARISE - Taking someone’s work and representing it as your own. PHISHING - A hoax email designed to trick you into giving personal information. It may look like it comes from a bank or legitimate organisation. The online world is full of promises or offers that aren’t real. These are called scams. Many people have been tricked, and sometimes very bad things can happen … There are plenty of dodgy sites on the Web that will try to scam you in some way, usually to give personal information or credit card details. Sometimes these sites even look dodgy, or have bad spelling mistakes. If a site looks dodgy, it probably is. Check the digital certificate to find out the true identify of a site or know if a site is authentic. Sites with digital certificates have a locked padlock on the top or bottom of the browser window. Click the locked padlock to look at the digital certificate and see if it’s valid (up-to-date). You will know a site is secured if the digital certificate is valid (upto-date). Phishing (hoax emails or scams) often seem urgent, saying things like: your account will be closed down unless you log on or… a large sum of money has been debited to your account and you need to provide your account details to confirm that the charge is incorrect. REPORT SCAMS! - It is important to report scams if you see something dodgy online. By reporting a scam, you will help to make the online world a better place. And you’ll help to save other people from getting sucked in. The Web makes it pretty easy to copy someone else’s work and call it your own. It’s usually OK to use someone else’s work if you credit the person who made it or who owns it–you just need to ask. However, if you take work and use it but don’t credit the owner, you are ‘plagiarising’–and this is not acceptable at school, or work, or with friends. You may also be infringing copyright. Term 3 Photography Competition Due to the popularity of the Term 1 Photography Competition #Summer, we are proud to announce we are running a competition again in term 3. The theme is #kindography, and you can view the details about the competition at https://www.smore.com/5tkm-kindography. We are hoping that, as before, our talented students get creative with cameras, phones, iPads etc., and give us the opportunity to showcase their work. Like us on FaceBook – St Joseph’s Regional College Library. Follow us on Twitter – @sjrcexchange

Karen Bale Teacher Librarian


#Kindography "In the end, only kindness matters" - Jewel Enter our Term 3 Photography Competition The theme for our term 3 Photography Competition is #Kindography How do I enter? Step 1. 1 Take a photograph! You can use any device that you want - camera, phone, iPad etc. The theme of your photograph MUST reflect the theme of Kindness. Kindness It MUST contain an image of a person or persons. Step 2. 2 Email your photograph to kbale@lism.catholic.edu.au. kbale@lism.catholic.edu.au Your subject heading should be in the format of #kindography - your name (e.g. #kindography - John Smith). Step 3. 3 Any person/s whose image/s appears in your photograph must complete the online permission form included in this flyer to allow their image to be uploaded to the St Joseph's Regional College Library's FaceBook page and Pinterest Board. Failure to do so will mean that we will not be able to upload your photo to our galleries.

CAREERS

Future Options Expo Next Thursday, all Year 12 will be attending the Future Options Expo at Camden Haven High School. This is an opportunity for our students to access valuable postHSC information from many universities, colleges and institutions. Parents are also welcome from 9.30am. Early Entry Schemes Some University Early Entry Schemes are now open. Please check the pro-forma given to all Year 12 students for details and closing dates. These dates are final and non-negotiable. The Australian Maritime College (AMC) would like to invite members of the public, students, parents and teachers to attend a general course information session 6.00pm to 7.00pm on Thursday 25th July at Newman Senior Technical College, Port Macquarie. If you or someone you know have a passion for the water, we encourage you to join us and gain an insight into study at AMC from a student’s perspective; discover the graduate career prospects, find out about our world class facilities and study pathways for all prospective students. Australian Maritime College (AMC) is Australia's national institute for maritime education, training and research and a specialist institute of the University of Tasmania. We offer course in the following study areas covering vocational education, tertiary studies, postgraduate and research opportunities: maritime engineering, coastal and international seafaring, maritime business and international logistics marine environment. For more course information please visit www.amc.edu.au/future-students If you have any questions about the information session, please email events@amc.edu.au


Work Experience If your child is interested in undertaking work experience, each individual case will be considered on its merit. Students would need to discuss with us suitable dates but preferable these will be in holiday times and only under exceptional circumstances would this condition be waived. If you require further information, go to the College Moodle site and access it via students – Careers – Work Experience. Careers Weekly Email Newsletter All Year 11 and 12 students, parents and relevant Year 10 will receive each week a newsletter detailing all careers information that we receive. We hope some of the websites and information will be relevant to you and your son or daughter. Please contact us if you require further information or delete if nothing is relevant. If you are not receiving these emails please check with the college office that your contact details are up-to-date. All careers information is broadcast through this method, so please keep details updated. Regional Careers Website Our new Regional College 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

MANAGING SAFE USE OF TECHNOLOGY AT HOME It is recommended that parents exercise a degree of control over their children’s use of technology at home. Just as you set limits and expect certain standards of behaviour from your children in other aspects of their social development, the same should apply to their use of computers and other personal devices. Over the next few weeks we will offer tips and links to resources we think may be useful to ensure safe use of technology at home. TIP: Equal time be given to digital play and outdoor exercise- ‘Strike a Balance’

For more tips and video links on managing safe use of technology at home, visit our iPad website from the Quick Links tab on the school website or copy and paste the following URL in your browser http://go2school.wix.com/ipad#!management/cfqh

MATHS VAULT PROBLEMS Sally, Fred and Anne are in year 1 and are weighing themselves on some scales. Sally and Fred weigh a total of 59 kg when they stand on the scales together. Sally and Anne together weigh only 53 kg. Fred and Anne together weigh 62 kg. How much does Sally weigh? Last Week’s Answer: the product of the 5 integers is zero.


CANTEEN ROSTER VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The College canteen needs 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 3, Week 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Marion Pallot Help Please Viccy Tickle Stephanie McKinnon Louise Coles / Karen Walsh

UNIFORMS UNIFORM SHOP The College second hand uniform shop is open every Monday from 2.45pm – 3.45pm. Please go to office for directions. Thank you to the many families who have so kindly donated unwanted uniforms. We are in very short supplies of tracksuit pants; and would appreciate if you have any unwanted items. We are still collecting the girls’ summer aqua tunic dress to send to an overseas school. Donations are very much appreciated

SCHOOL ZONES SAFETY SURVEY NRMA Motoring & Services recently launched its ‘Keep School Zones Safe” survey. The purpose of the survey is to obtain information on the number of 40km/h school zone signs and road markings that are faded or obscured by trees or poles. The survey contains six questions and remains open until 29th July 2013. The NSW government is committed to upgrading all faded school signs. If you have any queries about this survey, please contact Jonathan Hennessy, Police Advisor- Traffic Projects, NRMA Motoring & Services on 02 9276 7219 or Jonathan.Hennessy@mynrma.com.au. To complete the survey please visit www.mynrmacom.au/schoolzonesafety

menALIVE Weekend for Men

Is on Saturday, 27th and Sunday, 28th July at St Joseph’s Regional College, Port Macquarie. Like thousands of other Catholic men who have already been on menALIVE weekends, you will be inspired and encouraged to renew your faith and rediscover God’s purpose in your life. Experienced leaders from the menAlive team will be running the weekend. There is still time to register. Forms are available from Morso or you can phone Anthony Cummins on0408 292902 or Patrick Cooper on 0448 279 637, or email menaliveport@gmail.com. All men are welcome, sorry ladies. However, you can pass this information onto husbands, partners or friends if you wish.


St Joseph's Regional College Athletics Squad Announcement Congratulations to those students who have qualified for the St Joseph’s Regional College Athletics Squad to compete in Coffs Harbour on Friday the 16th of August. All members of the squad are on the spreadsheet below. Each X on the sheet represents qualification in that event. Relays are spread over 2 age groups - 12s/13s, 14s/15s and 16s/17+.

Brennan Caughlan Brock Reynolds Chris Michell Ezra Gibson Harry Hanley Kye Eichman Logan Kuhn Liam Sage Will Bain dan Bailey Martin Ben Shirt Cody Rogers Daniel Mottley Dylan Marchingo Fynn Marshall Logan Palmer Max Carter Will Pritchard Matthew Cramp Clint Lanngford Dylan Pead Jamie Williams

Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys

13

X

X

X

X

4x100m Relay (12/13, 14/15, 16/17+)

Walk

Open Triple Jump

High Jump

X

X

X

X X X X

X

X

X

X X

X

X 14.06 X 14.34

X X X

X

X X

X

X 13.84

X

X

X

13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15

X

X

13 13 13 13 13 13

Javelin

X X X

X

Shot Put

X

Long Jump

X

Discus

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13

1500m

Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys

400m

Age

800m

Cooper Lewis-Bain Davy Roe Dominic Byrne Harry Pau Isaac Sanderson Lachlan Hardwick Ryan Shannon Leonard Dowton Adam Hurd Bailey Marshall

Boys/Girls

200m

Name

100m

A permission note will be given out either late this week or early week 2. It is not a compulsory excursion - if you intend not going could you please let Mr. Cannon know so he can take your name off the list. Mr. Cannon can be contacted on email mcannon@lism.catholic.edu.au, at the Sport Facebook Group or at the school office.

X 14.66

X X X X X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X X

X

X X

X X

X X

X X

X

X X

X 13.03


Kaes Bessling Nathan Gilder Sam Saddleton Darcy Johnstone Eli Wade Jaiden Bibby Kye Marshall Lachie Frewin Liam Malzard Michael Filletti Michael Riley Mitchell Day Richard Wright Aiden Day James Allen Kosta Kafantaris Liam Wright Malachi Gooding Sam Turner Shaun Hinton Troy Morris Nathan Ross Gabrielle Caruana Hannah King Jessie Morgan Lily Smith Mackenzie Clark Melinda Burke Rachel Walton Taylor Sargeant Brielle Sonter Cody Cosgayon Courtney Newell Emily Camerili Jade Davis Jessica Gardner Naomi Langley

Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls

15

X

15 15 16 16

X

16 16 16

X

X

16 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 12 12 12 12 12

4x100m Relay (12/13, 14/15, 16/17+)

X 13.03 X 13.06 X 12.72

X

X

Walk

Open Triple Jump

High Jump

Javelin

Shot Put

Discus

X

X

X X

X

X X

X

X

X

X

X

X 12.60

X X X 12.97

X X X X

X

X

X

X X X

X

X 12.94 X 13.10

X X

X X X X X

X

X X X X

X X

X

X

X X

X

X X X X

X

12 12 12

X

X

13

X

X X

X X

13 13 13 13 13 13

X

X

16 16 16 16

1500m

X

800m

X

400m

15

Long Jump

Boys

Age

200m

Jarrod Stewart

Boys/Girls

100m

Name

X

X

X X

X X 15.17 X 15.18

X X X

X 14.59

X

X X

X

X

X

X

X X X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X 14.44


Eliza Hopwood Kaylun Dixon Kiralee Hughes Kirra Trottman Megan Heugh Riley Eichman Sinead McNamura Taylor LoMoaco Abigail Miller Elanor Wright Haley Corbet Hannah Shaw Jessica Weaver Jessie Cross Katerina Kafentaris Kathleen Fingleton Katie Hickling Alana Macrow-Cain Alec Newell Bryden Sloan Harris Cara Glen Holmes Elenya Dixon Keely Hall Larni Gobius Laura Cook Lisa Harris Sarah Hannan Zarah Bessling

Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls

14 14

4x100m Relay (12/13, 14/15, 16/17+)

Open Triple Jump

High Jump

Javelin

Shot Put

Long Jump

Discus

1500m

X

X

X 13.90

X

X 13.85

Walk

200m

X

800m

Hannah Morson Holly Fyfe Jade Blyth Jess Rogers Tahila Hunter Jacinta McAvoy Rachel Roach Ebony Bourke

Girls

Age

400m

Gabriella Staunton Georgia Chaplin

Boys/Girls

100m

Name

X

14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15

X

15 15 15 15 15

X

15 15 15 16

X

16 16 16 16 16 16 16

X

16 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+

X

X

X

X X

X

X

X X

X X X X

X X

X

X

X

X

X 14.36

X X X

X

X

X

X X 13.62

X X X

X

X

X

X X

X X X 14.06

X X X

X

X

X

X X X

X

X

X X

X X

X X

X

X

X

X 14.91 X X

X X

17+

X

17+ 17+ 17+ 17+ 17+

X

X 14.47 X 14.54

X X X X

X X X

X


SPORT TERM 3 Week 2

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Tue 23rd July Tue 23rd July Thurs 25th July Fri 26th July Fri 26th July Sat 27th Sun 28th July Trial HSC Examinations Mon 29th July Tue 30th July Tue 30th July Wed 31st July Trial HSC Examinations Mon 12th Aug Tues 13th Aug Tues 13th Aug Wed 14th Aug Wed 14th Aug Fri 16th Aug Fri 16th Aug Thur 22nd Aug Thurs 29th Aug Fri 30th Aug Fri 6th Sept Yr 11 Exams Tues 10th Sept Fri 13th Sept Yr 11 Exams Mon 16th - Wed 18th Sept Tue 17th Sept Fri 20th Sept

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

Closing Date Dio. Sec. Athletics Coast To Country Cup Rugby Union Bishop Druitt Exchange Rugby Union CCC Knockout Football Round 2 to be complete CCC Touch Camp - Narrabeen NSW All Schools Touch Football – Narrabeen Closing Date CCC Softball Rugby League CCC Cup and Plate Semi Final Harry Wells 14s & 16s Rugby League Closing date CCC Berg/Downie Cricket Futsal Finals 7/8 All Schools Touch Coast to Country Cup Rugby Union - Coffs Harbour CCC Netball Championships CCC Boys Softball selections - Blacktown Diocesan Athletics - Coffs Harbour CCC football knockout quarter final to be complete Backup day Diocesan Athletics Diocesan Netball Casino WALKATHON Diocesan Surfing - Banora Point "Tents Up" day Yr 8 during sport CCC Athletics – Homebush Year 8 Camp - Trial Bay Coast to Country Cup Rugby Union Final - Forster Last day of term 3

ST JOSEPH’S PRIMARY SCHOOL – Golf Day Sunday 28th July 2013 VENUE: EVENT:

Emerald Downs Golf Course 9 Hole, 4 Person Ambrose (Male & Female). Anyone under the age of 18 must have a club handicap and play in the company of adults COST: Pre pay at the School Office or pay on the day $100 per team includes: • Green Fees and Steak sandwich and beer or drink voucher PRIZES: Nett and Gross Winners plus numerous placing’s Nearest to the Pin – Men & Ladies Longest Drive – Men & Ladies Best dressed team competition NOMINATIONS CLOSE: Monday 22nd July 2013 FORWARD NOMINATIONS TO: Email – sjpport@lism.catholic.edu.au or Fax – 6583 6976 Deliver/Post – St Josephs Primary School, Warlters Street PO Box 54, Port Macquarie


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