I wish all our families a happy Easter and holiday. As always, Term 1 has been a busy one and students and staff are both looking forward to and deserving of a break. It often takes some time for Year 7 students to manage the routines and expectations of secondary school, and while as a year level their transition has been a positive one, there are many who are tired and in need of a chance to recharge their batteries.
With final costs and some funds still coming in, we cannot yet provide a final tally for our STAGGFAIR 2018 fundraising; however, we will be in a position to do this early in Term 2.
Well done to all those involved in House Athletics yesterday. It was a hot day but this didn’t dampen anyone’s commitment or enthusiasm. Major results are shown below:
Age Group Champions:
Under 13 Georgia Shell and David Ng
Under 14 Lara Hall and Liam Carroll
Under 15 Ruby Luckie and Ben Lang
Under 16 Lily Stephenson and William Mwagiru
Under 17 Claudia Todd and Tom Finlay
Under 21 Amelia Dunnett and Brad Carroll
The Joe Carmody relay was won by Tisdall Hotham and the Chris Fielding Memorial Trophy for Champion Thrower was awarded to Lucy Hobson. In the overall results, Cranswick Dargo won the House Spirit Shield. The places in the shield are shown below.
- Cranswick Dargo 1337.5
- Wellington Binks 1342.5
- Tisdall Hotham 1462.5
- Cranswick Dargo 1473.5
Congratulations again to all involved in this great day.
Jasmine Spencer and Claire Harrison have each achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. Each award requires students to complete an Adventurous Journey, Skill, recreation and Service. Congratulations to both girls.
Joey Rodda has been selected in the School Sports Victoria 15 years and under Volleyball team to compete in Bendigo in August this year. We wish him well as he undertakes training each Sunday in the lead up to these national titles.