IN REMEMBRANCE JOHN HOOPER The Cathedral College Graduate 1995
FLYING THE TCC FLAG
1994 Year 11 Helen Hatte Memorial Prize 1994 Achievement Awards – English, Health & Physical Education
TCC’s tally in Queensland Representative sports teams continues to climb. Twenty two students have been selected in 2019 for Touch, Rugby League, Netball, Softball, Tennis and Swimming state sides. TOUCH: Tana Martin, Angus Gabriel, Jaymon Bob, Zayne Cox, Nathanael Hannay, Jardel Bob, Flynn Kelso, Cody Lawrie, Kaliah Bob, Tylin Guthrie, Lilly Peachey, Emma Paki, Olivia Jenkins, Jaya Acutt, Chase Everingham and Chayse Bayles RUGBY LEAGUE: Tom Powell, Kelly Shadlow SOFTBALL: Jackson Gouge TENNIS: Olivia Massingham NETBALL: Isabelle Shearer SWIMMING: Jack Kelly
1995 Achievement Awards – Geography, Health & Physical Education 1995 Sports Award Open Age Champion Interhouse Athletics 1993-1995 TCC Confraternity Team 1994 Member, Student Representative Council 1995 Captain, TCC Confraternity Team, Player of the Year (The Cathedral College Archives) The College community extends their deepest sympathy to his family and friends who mourn his passing and pray: Eternal rest grant unto John, O Lord, and may perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen.
WELCOME BACK From the Class of 2007, Jazzman Major returned to school, as the College’s Indigenous Liaison Officer. Once a Boarder, Jazzman assists the 90 students who identify as Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander, many from Woorabinda and across the state to achieve their best. Welcome back Jazzman.
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