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9 Newsletter 26th March 2013 - St Margaret Mary's College

Dear Parents, Guardians and Friends

Newsletter

No. 9

26 th March 2013

Please keep Mrs Park and her family in your prayers, as she currently is spending

some time with her terminally ill sister in the USA. This term the College

Community has been touched by a number of families who have had to cope with

illness and death. Easter is a time which highlights for Christians the meaning of

life, that death is not the end, but a door to another phase of life. While this does

not take away the pain of losing loved ones, there is some comfort in knowing that

our loved ones have gone to a better place.

This has been a short term which has perhaps contributed to the stress felt by staff,

students and their families, trying to fit the normal things we do in a school term

into less time. Hopefully, the holidays will be a good opportunity for staff and

families to unwind and recharge for Term 2. Our Teachers will be gathering with the

other Catholic Teachers in the Diocese on Wednesday and Thursday of the second

week of the holidays, to celebrate the Year of Grace. Apart from participating in

liturgical celebrations, staff will hear from a variety of guest speakers and be

involved in a number of workshops over the two days.

Last Thursday we celebrated Harmony Day with a special concert. The College

Community is blessed by having families from many cultures, which gives us a rich

diversity to build our community on. We were able to showcase a few of these

cultures in the concert. Thank you to all the students who participated and to the

staff who organised the event.

1 – 9 Crowle Street

Hyde Park Q 4812

PO Box 1806

Aitkenvale Q 4814

Phone: (07) 4726 4900

Fax: (07) 4726 4989

Email:

smmc@smmc.catholic.edu.au

Web: www.smmc.catholic.edu.au

Mary MacKillop Parish

Phone (07) 4775 7688

The rain stayed away for Open Day and we had a large number of families visit us

on the day. It was a great occasion to showcase the great work done by staff and

students of the College. Many positive comments were made by our visitors. Thank

you to the staff, students and parents who assisted.

The next big event on the student calendar is ANZAC Day. This has traditionally

been a day that has been well supported by our students, I hope this will continue

this year. It gives the College the opportunity to demonstrate to the Townsville

Community that we respect the sacrifices made by the men and women of the

defence forces, so that we can enjoy the lifestyle we experience today in Australia.

In some ways, ANZAC Day is now a day that marks our identity as Australians.

I wish all families a Holy and safe Easter Holiday.

John Rea

Acting Principal

IMPORTANT REMINDERS

SMMC 50 TH CELEBRATION BOOKINGS

SMMC 50 th Celebration Bookings for 3 rd & 4 th May - close 19 th April 2013

Meet & Greet, Light Lunch and Celebration Dinner

The St Margaret Mary’s College community acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which the College stands,

the Wulgurukaba and the Bindal-Giru People, and pay our respects to the elders both past, present and future.


COLLEGE LEADERSHIP TEAM

SMMC ANZAC DAY

Anzac Day will fall in Week 2 of Term 2. Thursday 25 th

April will mark a public holiday for the nation to stop to

remember those that have served in the Australian and New

Zealand Defence Forces. St Margaret Mary's College always

marks this public holiday by its participation in the Anzac

Day Parade along the Strand followed by the Anzac Day

Ceremony at Strand Park. Bella Voce will perform as part of

this ceremony. Students are invited to join the school

contingent marching from Strand Park to Anzac Park. Full

academic uniform, including hat, will be expected. Assembly

will be at Strand Park at 9am. Parade commences at

9.30am.

In this our 50th Year we expect a strong representation of

students maintaining a fine tradition of reverence and

respect for our Diggers.

Also at school we mark the event with a whole college

ceremony to commemorate Anzac Day. This will be held at

12.20pm on Wednesday 24 th April. All parents and friends

are welcome to attend.

SMMC Students ANZAC Day March

Catherine Whittaker – Deputy Principal

cwhittaker@smmc.catholic.edu.au

1966 ANZAC Day March


UNIFORM REMINDERS

As we go on to a two week holiday break please use this time to let down hemlines as required. Last week

many Year 10's were given Uniform Notices to have their hemlines adjusted by the start of next term. Those

that did not receive a uniform notice and know that their hemlines are not 'brushing the knee' also need to

comply by day one, Term 2. This applies across all year levels. The consequence for not compliance will be that

students will be asked to let their hems out at school using a quick-un-pic that will be supplied. This action is

best avoided by showing support for the school uniform policy and following through with this direction over the

holiday break.

FACIAL AND CARTILAGE PIERCINGS.

Students are reminded that they are best advised not to get any new facial or cartilage piercings over the

holidays. They will not be allowed to wear any other jewellery besides sleepers or studs in their ear lobes.

Anyone who does not comply with this rule will be excluded from class until they take out the piercing.

Catherine Whittaker – Deputy Principal

cwhittaker@smmc.catholic.edu.au

MOBILE PHONE REMINDER

Students are sometimes using mobile phones during the school day to text or ring parents to come and pick

them up when they are sick. This is not the correct process. Students must come to the office and report that

they are sick and the office staff will call home. Students making contact home using their mobile phone

breaches the SMMC Electronic Devices Policy.

Catherine Whittaker – Deputy Principal

cwhittaker@smmc.catholic.edu.au

STUDENT DIARIES

Please ensure that you use Student Diaries as your key communication tool with teachers. Remember to

regularly check your daughter’s diary and sign it weekly. Please ensure if your daughter arrives late to school

they have their diary ready for processing by the staff at office when they sign in at Student Reception.

Catherine Whittaker – Deputy Principal

cwhittaker@smmc.catholic.edu.au

AN EASTER MESSAGE

The celebration of Jesus’ resurrection at Easter is the most significant celebration for our school community. It

is really at the heart of what we believe as Christians – that Jesus died and rose again so that we might have

the promise of eternal life. As Christians who believe in the Resurrection, we must strive to be models of love

and hope. Our good works during Lent must continue throughout the rest of the year. We have a mission to

make Christ known by our love. May you all enjoy a very happy, safe and blessed Easter.

EASTER CEREMONIES

Holy Trinity Church Mundingburra

HOLY THURSDAY - 6.00pm

GOOD FRIDAY - 3.00pm

EASTER SATURDAY - 6.00pm

EASTER SUNDAY - 8.00am

Collette Brickhill - APRE

cbrickhill@smmc.catholic.edu.au

SCHOOL FEES

School fees for FULL YEAR SCHOOL DUE 31 ST MARCH 2013. Semester One are due for payment by this 14 TH

May 2013.

If you foresee any difficulty in paying your account on time, please phone for an appointment so that

alternative arrangements can be discussed. Please note: if you pay by bank transfer, the College account

number is:-

BSB 034-106 Account 14-9861.

MESSAGES ABOUT SMMC CLOSURE & CANCELLATION OF EVENTS

If the College has to be closed because of weather or some other reason, this will be broadcast on ABC radio.

Normally all Catholic and State schools follow the same decision based on advice on weather, roads and water

levels. Any early closures will be notified on radio as well.

Parents may find that their own circumstances do not allow them to send their children to school, because of

flooding or the risk of floods. Please contact the school in the normal way. Whatever the reasons for students

missing school for legitimate causes, teachers always assist and if necessary modify work demands for

students.


PASTORAL TEAM & COUNSELLING

STAPHYLOCOCCUS

Please find following information fact sheet from Queensland Health for Staphylococcus.

Louise Wiles – Yr 10 Co-ordinator

lwiles@smmc.catholic.edu.au


HARMONY DAY

SMMC CELEBRATES HARMONY DAY

Harmony Day is a time when all Australians say Everyone Belongs and at

SMMC we love to celebrate our diversity. In fact, we discovered that 36% of

our students were born overseas or have parents or grandparents who

were.

On the 21 st March our Harmony Day concert provided evidence of this

diversity. Bella Voce sang an African hymn, the Year 12 dance class

performed a Hawaiian hula and Minjo Alumthara and Neethu John

supplied a taste of Bollywood. Japanese poems were read and we met our

African refugees and heard some of their stories.

Finally the indigenous student group produced an energetic and thought

provoking finale. Thanks for celebrating our diversity, girls.

Suzy Sheriff – Harmony Day Committee

ssheriff@smmc.catholic.edu.au

INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES

Harmony Day is a day to celebrate the culture of the

traditional owners of this land and the cultures of the

many people from around the world who now call

Australia home. The theme for 2013 was Many

Stories – One Australia. A number of students

performed at the Harmony Day Concert assembly

showcasing their culture through their performances.

A large group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

students also showcased their talents by singing Man

in the Mirror by Michael Jackson. The students choose

that song to inspire everyone to take a stand against

racial discrimination as the song goes ‘if you wanna to

make the world a better place, take a look at yourself,

and then make a change’.

Pat Hoolihan, Indigenous Education Officer

phoolihan@smmc.catholic.edu.au


SPORTS NEWS

TERM 2 INTERSCHOOL SPORT

Block Sport for Term 2 commences win Week 3 of Term 2.

TERM 1 INTERSCHOOL SPORT

The results from the last week of competition’s are as follows:

YEAR 8 BASKETBALL

SMMC 1 faced Annandale CC this week and looked to keep their undefeated season

intact. However, the girls started slow this week and the game was very close until

quarter time. In the end the girls showed their strength and took a 51-19 win.

Great season girls!

SMMC2 had a forfeit this week. Unfortunately, SPC was unable to play.

U/15 NETBALL (A) The girls had the bye this week.

U/15 NETBALL (B) Unfortunately, many of the girls games where cancelled due to the rain.

SMMC 4 had a great 19-17 win after a nail biting game against Heatley. The

Heatley team were made up of mostly Year 10 students so the girls had their work

cut out for them but did a fantastic job at defending and managed to score some

crucial shots in the final quarter.

SMMC 1 played Townville State High School this week. The game was a cracker

with SMMC just coming away with a 2 point victory. The game was played in

sensational spirit by both sides.

Special thanks to Codee Kersh who umpired for us.

OPEN WATERPOLO

With only half the team due to Open Day, the odds were stacked against the SMMC

waterpolo team. Huge Thanks and a Big Shout Out to Jordan Reid 12.3, Georgia

Bulley 11.1, Lucinda Dewing 10.3, Elyse Phelan 10.3, Siena Braddick 8.3 and

Caitlyn Heyer 8.3.

From the start of the game until the finish these girls were terrific against Ryan’s

waterpolo team. They were victorious in their unanimous win. Therefore in the

whole waterpolo season for term 1, the SMMC waterpolo team won 3 out of 5

games not including the bye in week 1. A great season had by all, thanks to all the

girls for making my hopefully second last season a Huge success. A BIG THANKS

to Mrs Niven, we really couldn’t have done it without you as you were always there

to share in our wins and losses, highs and lows. Also a big thanks to the parents

that encouraged the SMMC waterpolo team loudly in the last game of the term 1

season. If there are any parents reading this and their daughter didn’t play

Waterpolo, it is a great team sport with a lot of support given to each player and it

would be great fun especially in summer. Why not give it a go?

By: Veronica van Mierlo (Waterpolo Captain)

TOWNSVILLE FUTSAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Futsal squad recently competed at the Townsville Schools Championships held at the Townsville RSL

stadium. The girls had a great day and showed fantastic Maggies spirit throughout. The under 16 side

progressed to the Semi-final where they suffered a narrow loss and the under 14’s just missed the final by 1

point. Well done girls!


NQ HOCKEY AND NETBALL TRIALS

Congratulations to the following girls who have gained selection in the NQ Schoolgirls Hockey and Netball

teams:

Kim Berryman

Corrine Knack

Holley Morton

Chloe Cooper

Samantha Tafilous

Katie Gould

Kasey Walters

Georgia Bulley

3KM CLUB

Congratulations to all of our students who have been running and walking in the weekly ‘Big V’ club. It has

been great to see so many fit and active students. The group has averaged 30 runners a week and this week it

peaked at 45.

Well done to Jordan Reid of year 12 who has been to every session this term and to our Cross Country captain

Karlie Gibson who has been setting a cracking pace every week.

SMMC CROSS COUNTRY

Date: Friday 19 th April

Venue: Rossiter Park, Aitkenvale

Time: 9am to 10.30am

The SMMC Inter-house cross country is happening on the first Friday of Term 2. The run will occur on the 19 th

April at Rossiter Park in Aitkenvale. The details are as follows:

Students are to make their own way to the venue on the day. The College will bus all students back to school at

the completion of the event. The remainder of the day will run as a normal school day. Several buses will

leave the College at 8.30am and 8.45am for those students that are unable to make their own way to the park

in the morning.

A safe area will be provided for bags to be left in. Can all students please ensure that they see their Year Level

Co-ordinator when they arrive and have their name marked on the roll.

This is a normal school day and students are expected to attend. Please ensure you are wearing the

appropriate clothing and footwear for running. Students will have to change back into their normal uniform

once they return to the College.

The run will also be used this year to raise money for Rotary. A gold coin donation from each student will go

towards mental health facilities in Townsville.

Andrew Grubba – Sports Co-ordinator

agrubba@smmc.catholic.edu.au

SMMC STUDENTS CHEERLEADING CHAMPS

Three students from St Margaret Mary's College are travelling to Hawaii this Easter to compete in the ALOHA

SPIRIT INTERNATIONAL CHEERLEADING COMPETITION.

Alyssa Glover (Yr 8), Shaylee Tamblyn (Yr 9) and Libby Eggins (Yr 9) are all members of the Townsville

Dance and Cheer Squad who have been training up to 12 hours a week to be ready for the rigour of this

competition.

The College extends their best wishes for safe travelling and a wonderful competition experience.

END OF TERM 1 REPORTS

End of Term 1 Reports will be posted out to families. You can expect to receive your Report during the first week of the school

holidays. If you would like to have your mail redirected, please let the Office know by emailing the College

smmc@smmc.catholic.edu.au by Wednesday 27 th March.

Lynette Cooper – Principal’s Secretary

lcooper@smmc.catholic.edu.au


OPEN DAY PHOTO GALLERY

“Whole families attended the tours of the College and they were fully engaged in performances of music, dance and theatre.

They were particularly amazed with the breadth of our facilities stretching across Crowle Street.” - -Holley Morton


“Loved having the opportunity to share our first class hospitality centre with visitors. Serving others is rewarding. They were appreciative and

loved the coffee and cakes.” - -Kaitlin Barker

“Food glorious Food! The luscious smells of Italian bruschetta lured visitors into the Italian Room, where they were delighted with the tempting

treats prepared by an enthusiastic team of Italian language students.” - - Mrs Spencer

“New students took over the interactive whiteboard in Computer Room 3 as they encountered IT@SMMC. They were pretty impressed with our

cool computer labs. I guess we just take for granted the facilities we enjoy every day at this school.” - Romany Montgomery


“Mr Wright was a real daredevil on the gyroscope until Alex Hopes bowled him out of the way, where Mr Koulakis took over and still had trouble

keeping his balance.” - -Anonymous giggling observer

“Great to see the teachers bringing in their babies, it made it feel like such a family day.” - Abbey Chandler

“Dance students showcased their musical theatre talent with awesome energy and fantastic choreography that kept audiences glued to their

seats. Eager young faces were definitely sold on this subject option which is a specialty at SMMC.” - Nicola McKinnon

“Mrs Beams said that Claudia Oram looked like she was gliding on air as she shuffled through the crowds and gingerly took her place on the

choir stands. She was a standout as they only kimono wearing chorister.” - -Maddie Hughes


“Japanese students went the extra mile dressed in glamorous kimonos, despite the humidity.

Walking in clogs increased the degree of difficulty, especially on the stairs.” - Anonymous

observer

“Kelly Wilson sang magnificently. She was a

mix between Fergie and Jesus. “- -Alex Hopes

Bella Voce sang like birds, enchanting the new families as their voices floated out to Bayswater Road.” - Alex Hopes


A huge “Thank you” to our Parents and Friends volunteers who worked so hard at our Open Day – we are so grateful to them all


2013 SMMC CALENDAR DATES

WEEK 9 27/03/2013 Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

28/03/2013 Easter Liturgy

28/03/2013 Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

28/03/2013 End of Term 1

WEEK 1 Mon 8 – Fri 12 HOLIDAYS

WEEK 2 Mon 15 Apr START TERM 2

Wed 17 Apr Parent Report 3.30 pm - 8pm

Thu 18 Apr Yr 8 Vaccinations

Fri 19 Apr INTER-HOUSE CROSS COUNTRY

Whole College Assembly

IMPS Band Rehearsal at IPC

WEEK 3 Tue 23 Apr Parent Report 3.30 pm - 8pm

Wed 24 Apr ANZAC Liturgy

Thu 25 Apr ANZAC DAY

Fri 26 Apr Year Assembly

Sat 27 Apr Yr 11 Peer Training

Sun 28 Apr Yr 11 Peer Training

WEEK 4 Tue 30 Apr 2014 Year 8 Interviews

Fri 3 May IMPS Band Rehearsal at IPC

Whole College Assembly

Sat 4 May

SMMC 50 Years Celebrations - Meet & Greet 5.30pm* @ The Strand (*Bookings close 19/4/13)

SMMC 50 Years Celebrations - Celebration Mass 10am @ SMMC

SMMC 50 Years Celebrations - Luncheon @ SMMC 11.30am* (*Bookings close 19/4/13)

SMMC 50 Years Celebrations - Tour of the School @ 1pm

SMMC 50 Years Celebrations - Celebration Dinner 6.30pm @ RSL* (*Bookings close 19/4/13)

Sun 5 May SMMC 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS

WEEK 5 Mon 6 May 2014 Year 8 Interviews

Tue 7 May Yr 12 QCS Practice

Wed 8 May Yr 12 QCS Practice

2014 Year 8 Interviews

Year 8 Cutural Day Group A

Thu 9 May Skills Expo

Fri 10 May Yr 8 Cultural Day – Group B

Year Assembly

Sun 12 May All Schools Rowing

MOTHER'S DAY

WEEK 6 Tue 14 May Year 9 NAPLAN

Wed 15 May Year 9 NAPLAN

Yr 12 QCS Prep Day

Thu 16 May Year 9 NAPLAN

Pastoral Co-ord & HRT Meeting

Fri 17 May Whole College Assembly

WEEK 7 Mon 20 May Yr 11 Biology Camp

Tue 21 May Tsv & NQ Cross Country

Computer Skills Comp.

Yr 11 Biology Camp

Fri 24 May Yr 11 Biology Camp

Year Assembly

Sat 25 May Parish Mass

WEEK 8 Mon 27 May Twilight Music Concert 5pm


Thu 30 May "Oliver" Combined Musical Production

Fri 31 May "Oliver" Combined Musical Production

Whole College Assembly

Sat 1 Jun "Oliver" Combined Musical Production

Sun 2 Jun All Schools Rowing

WEEK 9 Mon 3 Jun Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

Tue 4 Jun Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

Wed 5 Jun Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

Science Competition

Thu 6 Jun Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

Fri 7 Jun Yr 11 & Yr12 Exams

Year Assembly

WEEK 10 Mon 10 Jun QUEENS BIRTHDAY HOLIDAY

Wed 12 Jun Yr 11 RST Camp

Thu 13 Jun Yr 11 RST Camp

Fri 14 Jun Yr 11 RST Camp

Whole College Assembly

WEEK 11 Mon 17 Jun Writing Competition

Wed 19 Jun Yr 10 Pastoral Day

Thu 20 Jun Bella Voce Tour Departs

Fri 21 Jun END OF TERM 2

Mon 24 Jun Bella Voce Tour Return

Mon 8 Jul START TERM 3

Sat 13 July SMMC Staff Re-union Dinner – RSL

UNIFORM SHOP ROSTER

The College Uniform Shop is open

Tuesday 8am – 9am and 12pm – 2pm

Thursday 12pm – 2pm

Roster volunteers required from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.

Tues 16 th Apr Lisa Saunders

Thurs 18 th Apr Virginia Whitby

Tues 23 rd Apr Julie Sherwood

Tues 30 th Apr Antonella Nobile

Thurs 2 nd May Mel Campbell

Tues 7 th May Denise Raffaldi

Thurs 9 th May Janelle Creedy

Tues 14 th May Margaret Cotton

Thurs 16 th May Maree Corkeron

Tues 21 st May Mel Campbell

Thurs 23 rd May Michelle Morton

Tues 28 th May Alison Baxter

Thurs 30 th May Maryann Lea

Tues 4 th June Denise Raffaldi

Thurs 6 th June Janelle Creedy

Tues 11 th June Yvonne McNealy

Thurs 13 th June Michelle Riordan

Tues 18 th June Mel Campbell

Thurs 20 th June Karen McGuire

BINGO ROSTER – 11.45pm - 2.00pm

If you have any queries regarding your roster, please contact

Kristine Browne 4729 1954. If you are unavailable at short

notice on Sunday, please phone Abbey at the Hall on 4796

0255 after 10.30am.

Group

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7/4/13 Michelle Emanuel, Bill

Sweetland, Mirca Menegazzo,

Dianne Palmer, Marcia Jones

14/4/13 Tracy Ragua, Ritta Booth, Louisa

Rosel, Allison Sansalone, Kylie

Sandilands

21/04/13 Alison Niven, Deirdre Boon,

Brett Trevor, Virginia Whitby,

Rebecca Lulham

28/4/13 Belinda Benson, Lisa Bennett,

Mary Hosking, Susan Tierney

5/5/13 Christine Mitchell, Kathy Morris,

Janelle Creedy, Linda Webb,

Lynda MacMillan

12/05/13 Dale Eriksen, Peter & Janelle

Gibson, Michelle & Micheal

Maskell, Lina Fanning, Jenny Lye

19/5/13 Joan Raffe, Elizabeth Mead,

Tracy O’Toole, Peter Hayward,

Anthony Leicht

26/5/13 Kylie Hoffensetz, Joanne Sitt,

Tracey Harker, Janelle Knack

2/6/13 John Hathaway, Natalie Marr,

Peter Cavalot, Janelle

Rawlinson, Cindy Letters

9/6/13 Val Browning, Kerry Garbutt,

Leanne Griffiths, Jasminka

Corporal


TUCKSHOP ROSTER

Wednesday 27 th March

Annette Leicht

Thursday 28 th March

Marcia Jones

Friday 29 th March

Denise Raffaldi

Monday 15 th April

Volunteers Required

Tuesday 16 th April

Doreen Hagarty

Wednesday 17 th April

J Hinchliff

Thursday 18 th April

Kaylene Melloy

Friday 19 th April

Denise Raffaldi

DATE

Thurs 18 th April

Tues 23 rd Apr

Tues 7 th May

Thurs 9 th May

Tues 14 th May

Thurs 16 th May

Tues 30 th July

SMMC EXCURSIONS

EXCURSION

Yr11 & Yr12 Legal Studies

Yr 11 Geography – Reef HQ

Yr11 Dance - Workshop

Yr12 Dance - Workshop

Yr11 Dance – Workshop

Yr 12 Dane - Workshop

Yr 12 Hospitality – The Saltcellar

Bookings close 19 th April 2013

ST MARY MacKILLOP PARISH MASS TIMES

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, Ross River Road

Mon 5.30pm – Wed & Fri 6.30am

Sat 6.00pm Vigil - Sun 8.00am

Reconciliation - Mon 6.00 – 6.30pm, Sat 4.15pm – 5.15pm

VILLA VINCENT CHAPEL

Mon to Sat 9.00am

Sun 9.30am

Reconciliation - Sat 9.30am to 10.30am

COMMUNITY

ANNOUNCEMENTS

WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES

MASS

Will be held at the

Sacred Heart Cathedral on Saturday 13 April at 11am

Bishop Michael Putney to preside.

This year the Anniversaries mass is also representing the

Catholic church's commitment to supporting a couple's

marriage from its earliest beginnings, through family life

and into retirement. The Catholic church realises that whilst

in marriage there are many joyful and happy occasions,

there is also many challenges and obstacles to

face. Through the Townsville diocese's Family Life Council,

the Church is currently exploring meaningful ways to

support and encourage couples through their life together.

The Family Life Council is hoping that as many couples as

possible will attend this special mass as a show of support

for the Church's commitment to assisting couples with their

marriage; throughout their entire marriage. If you are

celebrating a significant wedding anniversary this year

(eg. 1, 10, 20, 25 etc) we would love to know. Please

contact the Diocesan Office on 4726 3200 and tell us how

many years of marriage you will be celebrating.

TUTORING

"I'm an ex-student of SMMC currently attending uni and I

am offering tutoring services in a number of subjects for

$30/hour. The subjects I am availabe to tutor are: Junior -

Science, Math, English and SOSE. Senior- Chemistry,

Biology, English and Modern History. I am also able to tutor

writing skills for anyone who would like to improve their

assignment writing skills. For more information or to make

an enquiry, please call Bec on 0448 434 106 after 4pm

during the week or anytime on the weekend, or email:

becky.norris91@gmail.com

TOWNSVILLE CATHOLIC

DEBUTANTE BALL

Please be advised that we will not be holding a Townsville

Catholic Debutante Ball in 2013.We are anticipating having

a Ball in 2014 and it will be open to Debutantes from 16 –

25. If you wish to register your interest for the 2014 Deb

Ball, please do so by contacting Erin Jones on 4726 3235 or

ejones@tsv.catholic.org.au. We will then be able to keep

you informed as to the status of the preparations. If you

have already made enquiries, but still want to register your

interest, please contact Erin.


ST MARGARET MARY’S COLLEGE

50th ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE BOOK ORDER FORM

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ITEM PRICE QUALITY TOTAL

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* Plus postage & handling Anniversary Book ONLY - $10.00 $

TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $

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Attn: Karen Cumner

St Margaret Mary’s College

1-9 Crowle Street, HYDE PARK QLD

4812

P O Box 1806, AITKENVALE QLD 4814

(07) 4726 4900

http://www.smmc.catholic.edu.au/50-anniversary

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