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Corner Broadwater
and Ham Roads
Mansfield Qld 4122
Website: https://mansfieldshs.eq.edu.au
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 07 3452 5333
Fax: 07 3452 5300
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3 March 2015
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From the Principal
As I write this article for our third newsletter it is hard to believe
that we are already halfway through the term. We have had five
weeks pass and yet I am still amazed at the quality learning
and teaching that is happening in our classrooms. On assembly
last week I spoke to our students about never giving up and
about making sure that they come to school focussed with lots
of enthusiasm and energy. I also stressed the importance that
they are trying their very best every lesson, every day to ensure
their own success in their own way. Your support in discussing
this with your child would be greatly appreciated.
Open Day No 1
Thursday 12 March for Year 7 2016 (out of
catchment students)
9am-12noon for the WHOLE SESSION beginning
in the Hall
All prospective students and parents are invited to attend our
first Open Day for 2015 as listed below. However because
of numbers, we encourage only students from outside of the
catchment area to attend this time including Mansfield Primary
out of catchment students. You will receive a guided tour of
our school as well as an informative talk. Come early and enjoy
listening to one of our magnificent Mansfield music ensembles.
All relevant enrolment forms and information will be available on
the day.
Our other Open Days for students enrolling in Yr 7 2016 (or
other year levels) will be Thursday 30 April for catchment
students and Tuesday 21 July for late enrolments.
Applications for enrolment will only be accepted for:
Students within the
catchment area:
• after attendance
at an Open Day
and
• after
presentation of
Students outside of the
catchment area:
• after attendance at
an Open Day and
• after an
application
package with the
• after attendance
at a scheduled
Parent/Student
Conference with
the Principal.
accompanying
application fee is
submitted and
• after an interview
with the Principal.
For your information, our catchment area map is located on our
website
http://www.qgso.qld.gov.au/maps/edmap/
?ll=-27.545498%2c153.
105821&z=13&map=roadmap&type=
junior&force=1&qt=school&qp=-27.545492
%2c153.105821&ql=
junior&qs=Mansfield%20State%20
High%20School
Parents and Citizens’ Association News
Our P&C Association is an important part of our school as it
represents the interests of all parents at Mansfield State High
School. Its members assist with the decision making of our
school. Our Annual General Meeting followed by the P and
C meeting was held last Thursday night. It was encouraging
and inspiring to see so many parents attend the meeting and
showing their support. At the AGM we were given the
opportunity to thank Mrs Amanda Scarpato, our outgoing
President, for her amazing work and the time and effort she
has dedicated to ensure our school is a great one. Amanda
is very passionate about Mansfield State High School and it
was obvious that her priority was always the students of our
school. Also, on behalf of our school community, I would like to
thank Mrs Jo Hardie for the wonderful job she has done as the
Secretary. Her time and effort given is also appreciated.
Congratulations to the following parents and school community
members on their important positions on our P & C for the 2015
school year:
President Jodie Mark
Vice President Doug Margetts
Vice President Amanda Scarpato
Secretary Michelle Riding
FINALLY…
Treasurer Jason Allen
I hope you have a wonderful week with your families.
Mrs Karen Tanks, Principal
Many thanks Jodie, Doug, Amanda, Michelle and Jason for
taking on these positions and for helping our school. Our P and
C certainly plays an important role at our school, both financially
and strategically, and we thank all members for everything they
do and for their continued support.
The next P&C meeting will be held on Thursday 26 March at
7pm in F Block – F4/5, next to the Hall. New members are
always welcome.
Student Absences
It is extremely important that if your child is away or you know of
a future extended absence that you inform the school. It is also
important that where possible, parents arrange with their child
before school if they have to leave early. I am aware that there
are times when unforeseen circumstances arise and as a result
you may have to collect your child up early. (Please see Pages
M14, M15 of the Student Handbook.)
Make every day count in 2015
Make 2015 the year when your child doesn’t miss a day of
school. Research shows that students who have good patterns
of attendance are more likely to achieve at school. If students
aren’t at school or don’t stay the whole day, they are missing
valuable lessons.
School Road Safety Reminder
Our school can be a very busy place at drop off and pick up
times and it is important that students are reminded of some
basic road safety rules. Here are some basic tips for parents to
share with your child to ensure they have a safe trip to and from
school each day:
When crossing a road, always STOP, LOOK, LISTEN and
THINK and keep looking and listening while you cross
Always cross the road at a marked pedestrian crossing or
designated crossing zone and if none is available, choose a
safe place to cross where you can see traffic in all directions
Make sure your child gets in and out of the car on the footpath
side, away from traffic
If travelling by bus, always wait until the bus has stopped before
getting off and wait for the bus to move away before finding a
safe place to cross.
As parents and carers, the best way you can teach your child
road safety is to set a good example yourself. Queensland
Transport has put together a Back-to-School road safety kit to
help parents instil these vital safety skills in children. For more
information, or to download a copy of the kit, visit Queensland
Transport’s website at www.transport.qld.gov.au/backtoschool
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Deputy Principals’ News
Year 8 to 12 Mid-Semester Reports
The end of term one reports for Years 9 to 12 will display the
student’s achievement level, effort, behaviour and homework.
Year 7 and 8 reports will also include these aspects in addition
to a comment for each subject. In conjunction with the
upcoming Parent/Teacher/Student nights in weeks 1 and 2
in Term 2, teachers will indicate on this report whether an
interview is requested.
Thursday 2 April Years 7, 8 and 9 Mid-semester
reports issued in SDP Class
Thursday 2 April Parent/Teacher/Student evening
ONLINE bookings for Years 7, 8 and
9 open at 6pm (process to be
advised)
Wednesday 22 April Parent/ Teacher/Student evening for
Term 2 Week 1 Years 7, 8 and 9
3.30 to 7.30pm by appointment
Thursday 23 April Years 10, 11 and 12 Mid-semester
Term 2 Week 1 reports issued in SDP Class
Thursday 23 April Parent/Teacher/Student evening
Term 2 Week 1 ONLINE bookings for Year 10, 11 and
12 open at 6pm (process to be
advised)
Wednesday 29 April Parent/Teacher/Student evening for
Term 2 Week 2 Years 10, 11 and 12
3.30 to 7pm by appointment.
Mrs Caitlin Anghel, Deputy Principal (Years 10 and
11)
STEADFAST Banner by Stevie Hunter
(Year 10)
Last year, in the Student Development
Program (SDP), the Year Nines had the
opportunity to take part in a special project.
In this project every student stitched a
button onto a piece of teal fabric on which
letters were marked out. The fabric pieces
were passed around during SDP each
Wednesday morning last year, until all Year
Nine student had sewn on a button. The
fabric pieces were recently sewn together
to form a banner displaying the word
STEADFAST, which is our school motto.
Sewing on one single button may have
seemed like quite a small contribution, but it
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is amazing how far a multitude of small contributions can go,
as we were to see when the banner was revealed. This banner
embodies some of Mansfield’s core values. In the banner, we
see every person playing his or her part, both in a tangible and
in a symbolic sense. We see the result of what it looks like when
people, or buttons, stand shoulder to shoulder, united, as a
team: We are STEADFAST!
Jasmine Cheruvankalayil and I had the privilege of presenting
the banner to our school Principal, Mrs Tanks. Jasmine stated:
‘We look forward to seeing the banner hang proudly in our Hall.’
NOTE: Special thanks go to Home Economics Teacher Mrs
Emily Cooper, who planned where the buttons were to go
and who sewed the fabric pieces together. It is a work of art!
Thank you also to all SDP Teachers and Coordinators who
oversaw the project! This year the Year Nine students will make
a MANSFIELD banner.
Thank you Bunnings (Mt Gravatt)
3:10pm – 4:30pm. This program boasts low cost tutoring,
whereas elsewhere you might pay upwards of $30 an hour.
My name is Nelson and I am the SMAAT Coordinator. A great
aspect of the SMAAT program is that past students tutor
present students. Students who are now studying at university,
from Engineering to Business, are available and eager to help
present students. I am also one of those who previously
graduated from Mansfield and am now studying a Bachelor in
Science and Secondary Education. This is a program offered to
every year level in every subject area.
For more information and to register, please visit
www.smaat.com.au
or
for
any
enquiries
email
[email protected] .
SMAAT: Tutoring for present students by past students!
Ms Barbara Clarke, Deputy Principal (Year 12)
Faculty News
English
Mansfield Literary Festival
Festival Booklet Cover Design Competition (all year
levels).
Submit entries to Ms Crowther in B9 (Art staffroom) (
[email protected] ). The winner will receive a prize and his/her
entry will become the cover design of the 2015 booklet. Entries
close Thursday 23 April.
Reading Competition (Years 7 and 8)
Horticulture forms a part of our Student Development Program.
Under the guidance of Ms Shele Parker and their SDP teachers,
our Year 7 students will be maintaining and developing gardens
within the school and learning about plant varieties. Our Year
8s under the guidance of Mr Lance Simpson and their SDP
teachers will be involved with our vegetable garden and learn
more about sustainability.
Bunnings Mt Gravatt has kindly donated items such as
seedlings, some dwarf fruit trees, watering cans, fertiliser and
trowels to assist with our program. We thank them profusely for
their support.
SMAAT (Students of Mansfield Alumni
Assistance and Tuition) is Back for 2015!
Students are to keep a tally of books, recording title and date
read, using reading sheets from the library. It is an honour
system. All genres can be read – try to get a balance. Books
must be in English. English class teachers are to keep a tally
of books read for each student and for the class. There will be
class and individual prizes for each year level. Start date: 12
February, 2015 – day of festival launch. Competition closes
Monday 18 May at 3pm. Co-ordinator: Mrs McKirdy
Literary Character Costume Competition (Years 7-12)
Dress as your favourite literary/storybook character. Judging
will be during Festival Week at lunchtime – date to be advised.
To enter the competition, submit your name to Ms Watts (
[email protected] ) by Wednesday 20 May. A prize will be
awarded for the best entry.
Book trailer competition (Years 9-12)
Promote your favourite book in a book trailer one minute in
length. Submit entries to Ms O’Sullivan in G2 staffroom by
Monday 18 May. A prize will be awarded for the winning entry.
Activities
This program provides academic assistance after school, on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at F Block (FOA) from
The week of the festival will include: screenings of films based
on well-known literature; readings of winning short stories and
poems; and the judging of the costume competition and
presentations on assembly.
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HPE
South District Swimming
On Tuesday 17 February Mansfield State High hosted the
South District Swimming Carnival held at Chandler Aquatic
Complex. Congratulations to our swimmers for an excellent
performance with our Boys’ team being placed first overall and
our Girls’ team placed second overall. Mansfield was crowned
the champion swim school for the second year in a row.
Well done to the following students who have been selected
in the District Swimming Team: Fraser Barrett, Lewis Bone,
Matthew Cowan, Matthew Davis, Nathan Hoang, Alicia Kane,
Stella Karanasios, Sean Kim, Ryan Magee, Joshua Mitchell,
Taylor Mitchell, Christopher Negus, Caitlin Profke, Thomas
Rawlins, Jack Rollason and Lachlan Wood.
Representative Sport
Lions Youth of the Year
Year 12 student Xantheia Pennisi has been selected to
represent Queensland at the Australian Diving Championships
in April.
Year 11 student Eleni Metos represented Queensland in Futsal
at the National Futsal Championships which were held earlier in
the year.
The following students have been selected in South District
Teams:
This year’s Lions Youth of the Year participants have been
of an exceptionally high standard. It has been a real pleasure
to listen to their speeches – both prepared and impromptu.
All of our students were wonderful ambassadors for Mansfield
High School. Special congratulations to our School Captain,
Alexandra Radke, who won the Griffith University Lions Club
Competition both overall and as the best Public Speaker. She
will participate in the Zone Final on Saturday 7 March.
Our participants this year were:
Carindale Lions Kruthi Bachu, Tooru Nishido, Binuri
Totawattage
Griffith University Ann Carew, Utkarsh Kiri, Prisca
Lions Ochan, Alexandra Radke
Greater Mt Gravatt/ Alessandria Riding, Joshua
Mansfield Lions Rosentreter, Dilara Ulkutas
Ms Carissa Bladin, HOD (English)
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• Baseball U/14: Zane Weber, Alexander Cunningham,
Nelson Gower, Jackson Heald
• Volleyball: Tyler Bennie, James Chong, Shahak Kuba,
Alexander Niesler, James Thompson, Brandon West.
Congratulations to all of our wonderful Mansfield sport stars!
Cross Country
Cross Country training is held every Monday and Thursday
morning at 7.30am. Training sessions may consist of: laps
of the purpose built 2km school course; trips up the famous
King Hill; or interval sessions ranging from 1 minute efforts
to 1km efforts. Students are to meet under K Block in full
sports uniform. Permission letters are available from K Block
staffroom. In order for students to compete in the school cross
country, they must have attended training. Special awards will
be given out throughout the training period in recognition of the
efforts of the athletes.
Mr Nick Kalpakidis, Sports Coordinator
Mr Craig Healey, HOD (HPE)
Languages
Jean-Baptiste de la Salle Exchange Group
want to provide as many learning opportunities as possible. An
exchange such as this is the ultimate experience.
Bon voyage!
Immersion Picnic
The annual French Immersion picnic was held on Sunday 22
February for our new students and their families. This year
we had the double pleasure of welcoming both the Year 7
and Year 8 families. Parents were able to meet other students
and their parents from their child's class. This is important for
forging relationships that support parents and students. The
weather was kind to us and enabled this wonderful tradition
to proceed. According to Madame Burfoot, the rain has never
succeeded in cancelling our picnic in the 15 years she has been
teaching at Mansfield. She has never missed a picnic - what
an achievement! She attended last week despite not having a
current Year 7 or Year 8 class. She hopes to teach them at
some point in the future. We wish our new students a happy
and rewarding immersion experience.
The Queensland-Swiss/German Student
Exchange Program
The exchange group from our sister school in Rouen,
Normandie arrived on Monday 16 February. They have
attended school on a few days and have enjoyed many typical
Australian activities during their stay. Their itinerary included:
Southbank and city visits, a rainforest walk and bird feeding at
O'Reilly's, a surf lesson at Noosa, and a farm stay at Cedar
Glen. Additionally, on the weekends their host families planned
exciting activities for them. At the time of publication, the group
will be on their way home. We have been delighted to host yet
another group from Jean-Baptiste de la Salle (JB) school. Their
English teacher, Philippa Venner has been the key to making
this exchange program such a success. Monsieur David Buard,
a PE teacher at JB, has enjoyed his first time in Australia
immensely.
In 1997, former Principal, Murray Kay and former HOD of
Languages, Sonja Kokot, accompanied the first group of
students to France. They had an agreement with another
school in the Rouen area that fell through; however, not wanting
to disappoint the students, the trip went ahead. During their
stay, Mr Kay visited several schools and finally made an
arrangement with JB de le Salle to continue this biennial
exchange. The first exchange took place in 1999 and has
continued since then. The success of this exchange is also the
result of both schools supporting the teachers and students
and we thank the school community for this. As teachers we
The Queensland-Swiss/German Student Exchange Program is
currently in its 20th year of operation and is an exciting
opportunity for Year 11 students studying French, Italian or
German to make significant progress in their language
proficiency and appreciation of life and culture in either
Switzerland or Germany. Queensland students will host their
Swiss exchange student in July and August this year and then
stay in Switzerland for eight weeks in December - January.
Applications close on 20 March, so please see Ms Fryer for
further information and an application form.
Mr Kerin Gordon, HOD (Languages)
Music
Music Camp 1 (Friday 6 to Sunday 8 March,
Alexandra Park Conference Centre, Alexandra
Headlands)
Final details letter is available from outside the Music staffroom.
Remember… the theme is Red Carpet!
Date Claimers
Music in March
Thursday 19 March from 6.30pm. Entry will be by donation.
There will be no interval but tea, coffee and light refreshments
will be available prior to the concert.
Music Camp 2
Friday 15 to Sunday 17 May. Alexandra Park Conference
Centre, Alexandra Headlands.
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Music Uniform
Teaching and Learning
Does your music uniform still fit? Have you checked the length
of the slacks/trousers? Are you new to the program and still
need to purchase a music uniform? Orders can be placed at
the Uniform Shop.
Assessment Planners – Year 7 and 8
Senior Schooling
External Senior Exams
Year 12 students wishing to apply to sit external senior
examinations, particularly in the area of languages other than
English, need to see Ms Wenzel in F13 to collect information
packs. Students who sit for these exams usually have the
results credited towards their OP. Students are eligible to sit a
maximum of two examinations if they cannot study the subject/
s at school and must be able to demonstrate they are receiving
an appropriate level of tuition in the examination subject. All
examinations occur in October and November 2015.
Registration and payment is due by Monday 27 April.
Work Experience
Mansfield High School will offer work experience in 2015 to
Year 10, 11 and 12 students. Work experience familiarises
students with working conditions and employer expectations. In
addition, it offers students the opportunity to sample a specific
type of work, and also promotes personal and social
development.
The conditions of work experience for Mansfield students are
based on The Education (Work Experience) Act 1996. The
Education Act stipulates students:
• are 14 years and over;
• receive no payment in money or kind;
• work five days during normal working hours for the
industry;
Assessment Planners were handed out to all Year 7 and 8
students last week. All students received two copies. One copy
is to be glued into their Student Handbooks for their reference
and the other copy is for parents. Please place it in an area
where you can easily access and check the due dates for
your students. The Assessment Planners allow students to
manage their assessment load. We encourage students to be
well prepared and organised for their assessment, thereby
giving them the best opportunity to achieve to their potential.
The Assessment Planner is a calendar of when the assessment
for each subject studied by your student is due. The due dates
for each assessment item span a week long period – this allows
for classes across different days to have their assessment due
at a suitable time within the specified week. Teachers will
confirm the actual due date with their class when preparing for
the assessment.
Assessment items for practical subjects such as Home
Economics, Manual Arts and Health and Physical Education
have “throughout semester” following the assessment task.
Practical assessment for these subjects continues throughout
the semester; thus the date marked on the Assessment Planner
is the final date of assessment.
The Calendar of Events also publishes assessment. This
calendar was issued prior to the Assessment Planner. Small
changes were made to due dates to better balance the student
work load. These changes will not be reflected on the Calendar
of Events. The Assessment Planner has the final dates.
We encourage all parents to have a close look at the
Assessment Planner with your students and to discuss it with
them.
Miss Shelley Moye, HOD (Teaching and Learning)
• are covered by Workers Compensation; and
• employers are covered by an indemnity policy taken
out by Education Queensland (refer to information
attached).
WORK EXPERIENCE
BLOCKS
RETURN OF FORMS DUE
DATE
7 – 17 April 2015 Friday 6 March 2015
21 September – 2 October Friday 21 August 2015
2015
7 – 11 December 2015 Friday 6 November 2015
If you would like to participate in the Mansfield work experience
program, please collect a Work Experience Information Pack
from Mrs Jefferson at the Front Office.
Ms Peta Wenzel, Acting HOD (Senior Schooling)
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Finance News
Now that subject changes are finalised, we will be invoicing
all students for their subject fees over the next week and
statements will be sent out once this is completed. Payment is
due by Tuesday 17 March 2015.
Please check your student’s statements and advise the lower
office if there are any anomalies or incorrect charges.
Also please note that students will be unable to attend
extra-curricular activities such as trips, camps and the Year 12
Formal unless fees are paid or a satisfactory payment plan is in
place.
Mrs Sandy Ebert, Business Services Manager
Community News
Student Reps Involved in Brisbane
City Council Initiatives
Rauchle Service Club
Pancake Day, Thursday 5 March – Lunchtime in
the Hall
Price List
• Pancake with syrup $2
• Pancake with syrup & ice cream $2.50
• Cold drinks $1.50
• Meal deal with the lot $3.50
Pancake Day - a Mansfield tradition, not to be missed!
Adna Capin, Benjamin Carew and Lisa Te have been selected
to represent Mansfield High School on Brisbane City Council
led initiatives in 2015. Ben will represent our School on the Lord
Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council (LMYAC). The LMYAC gives
the young people of Brisbane an opportunity to participate
in the civic life of the city and identify issues and provides
feedback on policies, local laws, services and programs that
affect young people. Adna and Lisa will be our representatives
on the Student Environmental Leadership Network (SELN).
SELN aims to develop young people as leaders and provides
opportunities for them to participate in sustainability projects in
their schools and local communities. Each of the committees
will meet four times during the year and will involve students
from schools all over Brisbane. Congratulations!
Environmental Council
Australian Koala Foundation
By Hillary Te – Writer for the
Environmental Council
The Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) is a
non-profit, non-government organisation
dedicated to the effective management of
wild koalas and their habitat. In 2012,
koalas were sadly listed as vulnerable to
extinction. In the wild, koalas face a number of threats, the main
threat being loss of habitat. Since white settlement of Australia,
an estimate of 80% of the koala’s habitat has been destroyed.
Clearing of the eucalypt forests has meant that koalas suffer
from loss of habitat, increased disturbance by humans and
injury and possibly death from traffic, dogs and cats. From the
estimated national population of 100,000 koalas, approximately
4000 are killed by dogs and cars each year!
Mansfield State High School has been sponsoring Guppy the
koala through the Australian Wildlife Foundation. You can help
save
koalas
in
many
ways.
Visit
https://www.savethekoala.com/ to learn more. It's very
important that everyone takes responsibility for doing the right
thing for the environment in their own area; every small act
counts.
Who was Nell Rauchle?
Alexandra Radke delves into the legacy of one of
Mansfield State High’s legends, Ms Nell Rauchle.
The legacy of the late (and great) Ms Nell Rauchle, the founding
of the Rauchle Service Club, has touched the lives of many
Mansfield State High students since the passing of Nell Rauchle
in 2003. However, her contribution to her community extended
beyond her dream to create a service club at Mansfield High.
She not only laid the foundations for our Rauchle Service Club,
but she was also a founding member of the SCOPE club
( http://www.scope.org.au/index.html ) – a women’s service
organisation which supports communities across Australia. Nell
Rauchle’s bright and guiding nature is still fondly remembered
by the women of the Wynnum SCOPE club. The Nell Rauchle
Memorial Trophy of the Speech and Drama section of the
Wynnum Manly Eisteddfod was named in her honour.
Before she became a guidance officer, Nell Rauchle trained
as a Home Economics teacher. This was evident at Christmas
time at Mansfield High when her gifts of service became gifts
of lovingly prepared goodies such as chutney – some of the
latter still in a staff member’s refrigerator. However, both in
her role as a guidance officer, as well as in her service to the
greater community, she was known for her skills of unlocking
the potential of all. We can see this every day at Mansfield High
through the work of all volunteers who carry on Nell Rauchle’s
belief of giving to their school and the wider community, which
give so much to us. Interested students who wish to give to
others are warmly invited to the next meeting of the Rauchle
Service Club on Monday 9 March at 1.10pm in F4/5.
Alternatively, or additionally, students might like to complete
[email protected] (Volunteer @ Mansfield) activities. Thank you for giving!
Chaplaincy
Food for Thought: Encouragement by Chappy
Glen
Something from which all of us benefit is encouragement. When
you are feeling tired or are anxious about a situation in your life,
a few well thought out words from a friend or family member
can give you that emotional lift that helps you to pick yourself
up and keep going.
However, it is very easy to get so involved in your own needs
and wants that you don’t even notice when someone other
than yourself is struggling. In a school community as large as
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Mansfield High, there are many opportunities for you to get
alongside someone who may not be having the best of days.
If you notice that someone seems unhappy, don’t just walk
away. Why not take a few minutes to talk to him/her, to offer
your support. If the person needs more help than you can give,
why not accompany them to talk to someone in a support role.
Looking out for others is something that we should all be
doing. Please play your part in making our school a truly caring
environment.
Calendar of Events
Monday 2 March
CROSS COUNTRY TRAINING
7.20AM
HOUSE CAPTAINS’ MEETING
1.10PM
FUTSAL STATE TITLES
Tuesday 3 March
Mrs Sue Holley, Community Liaison Officer
NEWSLETTER ON WEBSITE
TIP LEADER MEETING 1.10PM
JUNIOR MAP BLOCK 1/SD
SUMMER SPORT ROUND 4
Canteen News
FRANCE EXCHANGE GROUP
DEPARTS
Canteen Roster
YEAR 11&12 MID-SEMESTER
EXAM TIMETABLE AVAILABLE TO
STUDENTS
PLEASE telephone the canteen directly on 3452 5323
if you are unable to attend on your rostered day.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
2 MARCH
3 MARCH
4 MARCH
5 MARCH
6 MARCH
S Charlton
J Chai
A Lin
N Amies
J Burns
S Smith
Wednesday 4 March
SENIOR MAP BLOCK 1/SD
SUMMER SPORT ROUND 4
INTRO TO HIGH SCHOOL MATHS
1-3PM AND 7-9PM FOR PARENTS
IN C BLOCK
A Weh
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9 MARCH
10
MARCH
11 MARCH
12
MARCH
13
MARCH
L Nicolson
C Lowe
A McKenzie
U Jasti
HELP
NEEDED
Y
Calligeros
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
16
MARCH
17
MARCH
18 MARCH
19
MARCH
20
MARCH
M
Asmussen
K Oliver
S Rapisardi
T Barr
M Gunton
YEAR 8 RELIGION PERIOD 1
QDU DEBATING ROUND 1 –
YEARS 9 AND 11
Thursday 5 March
4-4 Day
PANCAKE DAY AS RAUCHLE
SERVICE CLUB FUND-RAISER
CROSS COUNTRY TRAINING
7.20AM
MUSIC CAMP 1 MEETING IN HALL
AT MORNING TEA
Friday 6 March
MUSIC CAMP 1 (UNTIL 5.30PM
SUNDAY)
Saturday 7 March
MUSIC CAMP 1
LIONS YOUTH OF THE YEAR
ZONE FINALS
R Tucker
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
23
MARCH
24
MARCH
25 MARCH
26
MARCH
27
MARCH
Y Chen
I Jones
L Look
HELP
NEEDED
S
Edgeworth
V Chau
Sunday 8 March
MUSIC CAMP 1 (UNTIL 5.30PM
ARRIVAL AT MANSFIELD SHS)
Monday 9 March
CROSS COUNTRY TRAINING
7.20AM
RAUCHLE SERVICE CLUB
MEETING 1.10PM
N O’Shea
Monday
Tuesday
30
MARCH
31
MARCH
HELP
NEEDED
HELP
NEEDED
Mrs Rosalie Buzzoni/Mrs Debbie O’Neill, Canteen
Convenors
Canteen Telephone: 3452 5323
Tuesday 10 March
ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL
MEETING 1.1OPM
POWERING OF ENGINEERING
EXCURSION FOR 20 YEAR 10
GIRLS
12 DRAMA ZEN ZEN ZO
WORKSHOP 11.15AM – 3PM
JUNIOR MAP BLOCK 1/SD
SUMMER SPORT ROUND 5
Wednesday 11 March YEAR 7 RELIGION PERIOD 1
SENIOR MAP BLOCK 1/SD
SUMMER SPORT ROUND 5
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QDU DEBATING ROUND 1 –
YEARS 10 AND 12
Thursday 12 March
YEARS 11 AND 12 ECONOMICS
RBA SEMINAR 6.30 – 8.30AM
CROSS COUNTRY TRAINING
7.20AM
OPEN DAY NO.1 FOR YEAR 7
2016 OUT OF CATCHMENT
STUDENTS – 9AM-12NOON IN
ASSEMBLY HALL
SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
CHALLENGE AT QUT
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING
1.10PM IN F BLOCK
OZCLO LINGUISTICS OLYMPIAD
ROUND 1 (ONLINE) 12.30-3PM
Saturday 14 March
LIONS YOUTH OF THE YEAR
REGIONAL FINALS
Monday 16 March
Cross Country Training 7.20am
Yr 8 GeogRAPHY Excursion to Gold
Coast beaches 8am – 4pm
Yr 12 English Live Performance Hall
Period 3 (all Yr 12 students)
Yr 7 English Live Performance Hall
Per 4 (all Yr 7 students)
Tuesday 17 March
NEWSLETTER ON WEBSITE
PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES /
PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS TO
BE FINALISED
Junior MAP Block 1 & SD Summer
Round 6
Wednesday 18 March No assembly for Yrs 7,8,9,11
Yr 12 SDP QCS Briefing (Hall) Per 1
Per 1 Yr 10 Religion at church
(assemble on parade ground)
Per 4 MAP Round 6 / Senior MAP
QDU Round 1 – Yr 8 and Senior A
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