Corinda State High School Newsletter Page 1
Dear Parents and Friends
We have received so much positive feedback from our school community of our Annual Speech night. It was a
wonderful evening of celebration and I would like to take this opportunity to once again congratulate all our award
recipients who have obviously worked very hard during the school year and have achieved outcomes we are all
very proud of.
Speech Night is also an opportunity to showcase the wonderful learning that is occurring in our school and I felt
very proud of our student performers on the evening as well as our School Leaders who did an excellent job of
delivering the findings of their investigations!
Thank you to everyone who supported this special event and shared in our celebrations.
This week is the last week of formal lessons for our Year 12 students as they begin their exam block on Friday. We
wish our Year 12 students all the very best in their upcoming exams – as they make every piece of assessment
We are currently engaged in a trial of 40 iPads which have been provided by Apple Computers for a three week
period. The purpose of the trial is for teachers and students to explore the capabilities of these devices in the
learning environment. These are being used with the Challenge Class year 8 students under the guidance of Shelly
Alonso as well as with Rebecca Judd’s classes (namely French) and Kate Wallace. The Challenge class students
have been issued the challenge to undertake research on their use and present their findings in an exhibition for
staff and students. The project so far has been extremely positive and both staff and students are very excited at
the opportunities presented to them.
Regional Teacher Award
Last week we were informed that one of our Teacher’s Kate Wallace was awarded a Regional Smart Classrooms ICT
Award for her contribution to the development of ICT skills with teachers. Kate is very passionate about the use of
ICT in the classroom and this is reflected in her own classes as well as in her work with colleagues. We presented
the award to Kate at the school assembly on Monday.
It is with much appreciation that we thank the P & C Association for upgrading our school sign. We now have the
capacity to display several messages on our digital sign and hope to be able to update it more regularly as a key
communication tool for our school community.
5 Year 12 Exam Block begins
12 Year 12 Exam Block ends
Sherwood Street Festival
17 Year 12 Graduation Dinner
19 Final Day for Year 12 students
Year 12 Graduation & Merit
Year 11 Merit Award Ceremony -
Hall - 1.40 pm
22 Year 11 Leadership Camp begins
26 Final Day for Year 10 students
Year 10 Merit Award Ceremony -
Good luck to our senior students in their upcoming exam block.
Hall - 11.30 am
Final Day for Year 11 students
29 Middle School Social - 7.00 pm
3 Year 10 & 11 Reports Mailed out
Issue 12 5 November, 2010
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P & C News
Help your school by shopping at the Athlete’s Foot
Athlete’s Foot will donate $5 to the school for every pair of
school and sports shoes that you purchase for you and your
family all year round. Simply mention Corinda State High
School at time of purchase and you will not only be helping
your school but will be entitled to store vouchers and
promotions. Offer available Indooroopilly, Mt Ommaney,
Forest Lake and Springfield Lakes.
This week at the P & C Meeting the Uniform Advisory
recommendations were endorsed. This included that a
school bag be compulsory as of the start of 2012, and is
recommended for students in the coming school year. Any
student who is issued with a school laptop to take home
will be required to have this school bag in 2011.
These bags are excellent value at the cost of $55 and come
with a three year warranty. They will be available from the
The Uniform Advisory committee is currently undertaking a
review of the current sports uniform. A survey will be
posted to the web and will be available to staff and
students. We encourage everyone to provide feedback on
our current sports uniform. This will continue throughout
term 1 of 2011. Any changes that will be made, will not
take affect until 2012.
Psychosis is a condition involving some loss of reality 3 in
100 young people will experience symptoms. Psychosis can
happen to anyone. Risk factors include:
English Medal ♦ Adolescence /young adulthood
for Laura Boyle ♦ Life events (stress)
♦ Substance abuse
♦ Family history
Year 8 student, Laura Boyle will be
awarded the ICAS Medal at a special
Our year twelve students will, all too soon be leaving
ceremony at the Novotel Hotel,
Corinda SHS and going off to pursue their hopes and
Brisbane, on November 17th. Laura is
dreams. On leaving high school they will also leave behind
being recognised for her excellent achievement in the
many of their support networks including friends, teachers
English competition which was held in August. Laura
student support services and others. The school structure
achieved a High Distinction, placing her in the top one
and routine provides support in that it is a constant and it
percent of all Year 8 students in Queensland, and the medal
is familiar. Some of these young people may, for many
means that she is the highest scoring student in that, very
reasons leave the support of their families and extended
elite, High Distinction group
networks. The loss of these supports and the increased
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stresses of pursuing their future may for some increase at home.
their vulnerability to mental illness.
We are also focussing on a Core Curriculum Element (CCE)
The Early Psychosis Team from the Princess Alexandra of the week. The QCS tests your achievement in 49
Hospital & Health Services District- Division of Mental common curriculum elements that are found in the QLD
Health visited our school on Monday 25th October 2010 . Senior curriculum e.g. sketching, explaining, analysing,
The presenter addressed year twelve students providing expounding, graphing.
them with specific information regarding psychotic
illnesses including possible causative factors (including The ‘CCE of the week’ beginning 25/10 is Using correct
illicit drugs) signs and symptoms and where/how to seek spelling, grammar and punctuation. Students (and
help/treatment. A young person who had experienced teachers) have been asked to focus on this within their
psychosis told her story via D.V.D. She spoke of her journey subjects through the week. We are looking forward to
and her successful treatment resulting in better health and witnessing the student’s progression through the
developing strategies to assist her with coping in the revitalised program!
future. This young person had no connection to Corinda
SHS. SAT’S CONTINUED SUCCESS
Term 4 has started with a bang yet again as students are
The aim of this health promotion strategy was to actively making pathway choices to set them up to achieve
encourage young people to care for their mental health. their future career goals. Already this term we have had 6
Seeking help early is particularly important “Intervene new sign ups with another 5 on the cards. Congratulations
early and intervene well” to:
Casey Rand, Janice Fuamatu and Evie Ralph – Cert II in
Following the presentation there was an opportunity for Retail (McDonalds, Subway, CSHS Tuckshop).
questions from the audience and/ or to speak with the Kiana Goodyear, Melissa Rosewarne and Stephanie Harris –
presenter. Cert II Hairdressing (Debra McCarty Hair design, Mooch,
In order to maximise general health and well-being we all Well done to all of these girls!
need to be having good nutrition, adequate rest, regular
exercise and utilising effective strategies to cope with the We also have 11 students going out on work experience in
stressors in our lives. the next fortnight at Valhalla Studios (Computer gaming
Cert III Media) – Any other students interested? Please see
For further information please feel free to contact me at Senior Schooling. There is potential here to turn this
school. opportunity into a SAT.
Good Health. CURRENT SAT OPPORTUNITIES
MAGGIE KERR School Based Traineeships - Year 10, 11 and 12 Students
SCHOOL BASED YOUTH HEALTH NURSE Current positions available for Year 10 and 11 Students who
are interested in obtaining a School Based Traineeship and
Source > Exerts in bold taken from a document regarding current Year 12 students securing an apprenticeship upon
this program by the Executive Director. Division of leaving school.
Mental Health, Princess Alexandra Hospital Health
Service District. Cert III Business Admin (Springfield) Yr 11 Student email a
covering letter and your current resume to: Melody Sharp,
Kouxan (Natural Health & Beauty)
Senior Schooling @ Corinda SHS email@example.com
What’s topical at the moment? Certificate III Business Administration (Underwood) Year
11 who is keen to work in an office environment. Must be
QCS reliable and enthusiastic. Send resume and covering letter
The Year 11 Students have started their journey towards to: Tasha firstname.lastname@example.org
conquering the QCS test. Corinda SHS has recently formed
a partnership with QUT and Dr Judy Smeed to help deliver Certificate III Automotive (Underwood) Current Year 11
a rigorous, tailored program for the students. The Year students who are reliable and enthusiastic should send
11’s have had two workshops so far which have focussed current resume and covering letter to Brock at
on an Introduction to QCS and the Writing Task. Over the email@example.com
next two Wednesdays the focus of the sessions will be
around the Short Response task. The Year 11’s have been Certificate III in Hospitality Operations (Garden City) –
emailed the workshop materials so they can review these Year 11 students with an interest in hospitality are
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encouraged to apply. Send current resume and covering 2, Wireless – Brisbane, Wideband Metro Design –
letter to Ruben firstname.lastname@example.org. Brisbane, IT – Telstra Operations – Brisbane.
Certificate III Hairdressing (Camira) Current Year 11 If you would like to participate or find out more
students who are interested in becoming a hairdresser information go to www.careers.telstra.com and apply for
should hand deliver their resume and covering letter to: one of the available positions.
Rochelle Caloon, Shop 13, 65 Old Logan Road, Camira.
2011 YR 10 WORK EXPERIENCE – CAREER EDUCATION
Certificate III Cooking (Brisbane) – Year 11 or 12 students PROGRAM
who are hardworking, neat and punctual with a keen
interest in food development and presentation at a high As part of the Year 10 Career Education program for 2011
standard should send a resume and a covering letter to: the Yr 10 students will be engaged in a weeks work
Rachel Lawton, email@example.com. experience in an area of their choice. This valuable
experience will enable the students to make effective
Certificate II Salon Operations (Kangaroo Point) – Current planning choices around their pathway leading into the
Year 11 students who are interested in the operations of a Senior Education Training Plan (SETP) interviews which will
hairdressing salon should email their resume and covering be conducted in term 3.
letter to: Belinda, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get in early the Senior Schooling faculty has already
Certificate III Hairdressing (Kangaroo Point) - Current Year started the process of canvassing local employers who
11 students who are interested in becoming a hairdresser would be willing to take on our students for work
should email their resume and covering letter to: Belinda, experience. The week that is proposed on the calendar in
email@example.com. 2011 for this to occur is the 4-8th April.
Certificate III Hairdressing (St Lucia) - Current Year 11 or 12 A letter will be going home shortly to all the current Yr 9
students who are passionate about hairdressing, is a good students to provide feedback to Senior Schooling around
communicator and has an outgoing nature and like to have the students area of interest as well as identifying if
fun at work then you should email their resume and families know of businesses that may be willing to take
covering letter to: Belinda, firstname.lastname@example.org. your child for this wonderful opportunity.
Certificate II Salon Operations (Enoggera) – Current Year If you have any questions about any aspect relating to any
11 students who are interested in the operations of a of the above student opportunities then please do not
hairdressing salon should give Erin a call on 3354 2222 to hesitate to contact myself or the Senior Schooling staff on
arrange a suitable time for an interview. Resume should be 3379 0253/ 3379 0245.
taken to interview.
YEAR 12 – SCHOOL LEAVER AND THE SENIOR SCHOOLING TEAM
Certificate III Carpentry (Boonah) current year 12 student
interested in obtaining a Carpentry Apprenticeship in 2011
should send their current up to date resume and covering
letter to: Mr Mike Hering, email@example.com to
apply. Work Experience will be given this year. Sherwood Girl Guides
CURRENT YEAR 12 STUDENTS Come & Try Day
Any current Year 12 students who would be interested in
securing a Certificate III Business Administration working
for a Engineering company at Rocklea are asked to see the Come & Try Gumnut Guides, Brownies & Girl
Senior Schooling Staff to obtain more information on the Guides at Sherwood. Our Leaders are great, and
position and how to apply. we have a load of fun with new friends, learning
new skills, teamwork, personal challenges and
TELSTRA OPERATIONS WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAM earning badges. Girls, please bring your mum or
Telstra are currently looking for students in Year 10 and 11 dad and join us for a special day on Saturday 20
who would be interested in participating in The Telstra November 1.00 – 3.00pm. Women wanting to be
Operations Work Experience Program. Telstra has Leaders are always welcome too! To register or
positions available in a wide variety of area. Positions
for more information please call Jodi on 0414
753 786 or Kylie on 0402 064 779.
Service Delivery – Brisbane, Telstra Operations – Brisbane x
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CORINDA STATE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENT SERVICES BULLETIN
Each fortnight a copy is emailed to Yr 10, 11 & 12’s via their MIS Webmail Account
1 November 2010
YEARS 10 / 11 / 12 Cert III Warehousing (Ipswich) – Yr 11 encouraged to apply – full
Vacancies – time at end of Yr 12
Cert III Hairdressing (Toowong) for Year 11 student. Cert III Childrens Service(Gatton)
Person must be: Cert II Business (17 Mile Rocks)– Yr 10 or 11 – own transport
Bubbly, friendly nature needed.
Good talker Cert III Automotive Manufacture (Bus Truck Trailer (Wacol) – Yr
Keen to learn 10 Apply online at www.apprenticeshipsqld.com.au
Available an evening & some Saturdays as well as day
through the week MEGT
Interested in hairdressing as a career NEW - Certificate III Business Administration (Acacia Ridge) – 10
Please contact Kym Krey on 3876 7600 or 0403 042312 or positions - You must identify which vacancy you are applying for
firstname.lastname@example.org and send your up-to-date resume and a covering letter to: EMAIL:
BUSY AT WORK VACANCIES CLOSE SOON – APPLY NOW email@example.com Closes 10 November
NEW - Cert III Hospitality Operations (Gloria Jeans Certificate II Retail (Inala) apply online at
GardenCity) – Yr 11 student, Send resumes to: http://www.megt.com.au/JobSeekers/StillAtSchool/
firstname.lastname@example.org Certificate III Hairdressing (Hamilton) Email your up-to-date
NEW - Cert III Hairdressing (Camira, St Lucia,) –Yr 11 student – resume, covering letter and personal written references to
send a covering letter and resume to Belinda, email@example.com – Yr10-11 Closes 12 November
firstname.lastname@example.org to apply
NEW - Cert III Hairdressing (Hendra) – Yr 12 School Leaver – UPCOMING COURSES
Please send resumes to: email@example.com CERTIFICATE III in LIVE PRODUCTION, THEATRE & EVENTS for
Cert III Business Administration (Springfield) Yr 11 student - School Based Trainees with ETETC – for more information see
send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Schooling Noticeboard for Flyer.
Cert II Salon Operations/Hairdressing. (Kangaroo Point) Yr 11 Certificate III/IV Fitness with Onfit Training College. All
student interested in the industry. send a covering letter and courses online. Go http://www.onfit.com.au/ for testimonials and
resume to Belinda, email@example.com to apply details of how to apply or See Senior Schooling Staff.
Cert III Automotive (Underwood) Yr 11 student - Send
resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW - Cert III Cooking (Brisbane) – Yr 11 or 12 student -Please Do you have an interest in the rewarding world of Media?
resumes to: email@example.com Attention: Rachel Lawton Would you like to improve your confidence, speaking voice and
Cert III Carpentry (Boonah)– Yr 12 School Leaver – Please send communication skills?
resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org ACT NOW AND CALL
MIGAS VACANCIES One day course –
Full time apprenticeships in Fitting & Turning (Eagle Farm), Monday, 17th January 2011
Sheetmetal (Mansfield) Two day course –
Full time traineeships Business Admin (Browns Plains, Wednesday & Thursday
Yeerongpilly, Toowong, Rocklea), Warehousing (Mansfield), Retail 19th & 20th January 2011
To apply for MIGAS Full time positions, please do so through to Media Potential - School holiday programs for students aged
their website www.migas.com.au or send your resume and between 13 - 17.
covering letter, quoting the job number to Channel 7 studios on
email@example.com , Fax 3868 2451 or post to PO Mt Coottha in Brisbane
Box 1420, Eagle Farm BC, QLD 4009 OR (see Senior Schooling For further information please
Noticeboard or website for job number). see the website:
School Based Traineeships in Air Conditioning & www.mediapotential.com.au
Refrigeration (Airport), Engineering Production (Eagle Farm), Or contact our office on:
Engineering Production – Fitting & Turning (Brenda send a 3511 3455
covering letter and resume to Belinda, firstname.lastname@example.org to
apply le), Automotive (Springwood), Engineering Production –
Boiler Making (Carole Park) x 4, Engineering Production – Sheet
Metal (Salisbury) x 3, Retail (West End).
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter, quoting the
job number to email@example.com.
OR (see Senior Schooling Noticeboard or website for job number)
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Year 10/11/12 continued Start Here at QUT - find a course, get to know QUT and hear from
real students. Share your aspirations with your friends on
Griffith University – Facebook. |Start Here at QUT - find a course, get to know QUT
o Summer Rock School 2011. Holiday programme for students and hear from real students. Share your aspirations with your
wanting to expand their skills in popular music. http://starthere.qut.edu.au/
Applications close 17 November. Information: 3735 6306; open-
firstname.lastname@example.org GRIFFITH BUSINESS SCHOOL are hosting a one day workshop
experience designed to give prospective students a taste of
Introducing StudyFinder.com.au - a FREE tool for students to help university and a unique insight into life as a Business student.
them find courses in their area of interest and make searching Seats are limited. Register online griffith.edu.au/business-edge Or
easier. email email@example.com.
Our site was developed to help students consolidate their
research and compare course options from Universities, TAFEs or QBuild Apprenticeship intake for those looking to become an
Private Colleges in one central place. There is an easy click apprentice carpenter, plumber, painter, shopfitter, or perhaps a
through to the education provider’s website for further refrigeration mechanic. You'll need to have a minimum of Year 10
information, enquiries or enrolment. It is an easy 3 step process in Maths, English and Science, and an interest in manual arts and
for students: some relevant experience, to apply for the QBuild apprenticeship
1) Go to www.studyfinder.com.au program. From 30 October 2010, visit the QBuild website to
2) Click on the students section and select the Register now complete and submit your online application to become a QBuild
Start searching, too easy. apprentice.
YEAR 11 NEWS FROM DEFENCE FORCE RECRUITING
UQ Nursing Enrichment Studies Course Applications for the AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCE ACADEMY are
The UQ School of Nursing and Midwifery will again offer a one open for the 2012 intake. It is important for current Year 11
week intensive Enrichment Studies Program in January 2011 for students to apply early to give them the best opportunity to
students commencing year 12 that year. The first week intensive prepare for the selection process. Additionally early applicants are
Enrichment Studies Program will be held during the week eligible for the ADFA Education Award.
commencing January 10, 2011 on campus at UQ Ipswich, with the http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/adfa/default.aspx
second commencing January 17, on campus at UQ St Lucia. The Application packs for DEFENCE TECHNICAL SCHEME will be sent to
Enrichment Studies Course is a one (1) week, intensive course the school in February 2011. Applications will close 11 March
which introduces students to Nursing and Midwifery. On 2011.
successful completion of the course and providing that University
entry criteria are met, the student will be granted a bonus rank Application for ADF GAP YEAR 2012 will open in May 2011. Gap
point toward entry into the BN and BMid Programs at the Year is very popular so students need to get in quick once
University of Queensland applications open. http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/
Go to www.nursing-midwifery.uq.edu.au for further information. Gapyear
YEAR 12 The QSA’s SmartOP service is now even easier for students to use.
UQ is reserving 10 Merit Scholarships to be offered to high- There’s no pre-registering – students can simply check their results
achieving students listing the Bachelor of Agricultural Science or in their Learning Account (via the QSA’s Career Information
Bachelor of Agribusiness as their first preference on their Service) or send a text message and get their results via SMS.
Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) application. All OP-eligible students will be able to access their results from
Students can apply for the Merit Scholarships directly at 9.00 am on Saturday 18 December. Students must know their LUI
www.uq.edu.au/study/scholarships/index.html?page=143054 and password to access results online or by SMS.
and applications close 1 November 2010. Students can access Learning Accounts via the Career Information
Service (CIS) at www.cis.qsa.qld.edu.au.
ICT Enabling Scholarships
In view of a growing shortage of ICT (Information & UQ Options Evening 2010
Communications Technology) graduates, UQ is continuing an You're invited to the annual UQ Options Evening at the St Lucia
initiative that begun in 2007 to encourage and enable school- campus. UQ Options Evening coincides with the release of Year 12
leavers to join programs leading to careers in the ICT industry. results and aims to provide students with information about the
ICT Enabling Scholarships, to the value of $3000 each, are tertiary study options available to them.
awarded to students based on their Year 12 results or overseas Students will have the opportunity to speak with staff from UQ
equivalent. To be eligible to apply, students must apply via QTAC faculties, Admissions and Scholarships about programs, study
for a place in one of the following UQ programs: options, entry requirements, changing preferences, pathways into
Bachelor of Information Technology tertiary study and the QTAC process. Campus tours and
Bachelor of Multimedia Design information sessions will run at various times during this event.
Bachelor of Engineering (ICT-related fields) Parking is complimentary underneath the UQ Centre.
Any UQ dual program that includes on of the above programs UQ Options Evening
For more information, visit www.uq.edu.au/ict. Date - Monday 20 December, 2010
Time - 4.30pm - 7pm
Location - UQ Centre, building 27a
Web - www.uq.edu.au/options.
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QTAC Update: countdown to offers, still time to apply UQ Campus Tours
Issue 3 of the QTAC Update, the last issue for 2010, is now avail- You’re welcome to explore our campuses during the December &
able. This Update discusses issues pertinent to student advisers and January school holidays via a campus tour. A guided campus tour is
students. Access the QTAC Update via the QTAC Website a fantastic opportunity to get a look at university life, ask ques-
www.qtac.edu.au/Downloads/Schools/QTAC_Update_3_2010.pdf tions, talk to current students and see the facilities first-hand. Tours
generally take 1 hour to complete and registration for tours at the
Griffiths University (GU) – St Lucia campus are essential.
Uni-Key 2011. Designed to assist students from equity back- Alternatively, you may wish to explore the St Lucia campus via a
grounds settle into university. Register online during January 2011 self-guided campus tour. This option is a great way for you to dis-
after an offer of admission: www.griffith.edu.au/ua/aa/ss/equity/ cover the campus in your own time.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
International students are encouraged to contact UQ International
to arrange campus tours. Email UQ International at
For further information and to register visit – www.uq.edu.au/
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CORINDA STATE HIGH DAILY MENU 2010
All food and drinks available at Corinda Tuckshop conforms to the Qld Government
Healthy Food & Drink Choices Policy
Note: Prices and selections may vary slightly according to availability
HOT FOOD DRINKS
(A) Chicken & Veg Pie $3.00
(A) Cottage Pie $3.00 MILK DRINKS
(A) Plain Pie $3.00 Ice Break 500ml $2.50-A
(A) Sausage Roll $2.50 Chocolate 500ml $2.50-A
(A) Hot Dog $2.00 Coffee 500ml $2.50-A
(A) Pizza Pocket $1.50 Strawberry 500ml $2.50-A
(G) Garlic Bread $1.00 Chocolate 300ml $1.50-A
Coffee 300ml $1.50-A
SPECIALS AVAILABLE DAILY $4.50 Strawberry 300ml $1.50-A
Vanilla Malt 300ml $1.50-G
SALAD PACKS Plain 600ml $1.00-G
(A) Caesar Chicken Salad $4.00 Trim 600ml $1.00-G
(G) Garden Salad $3.00 Plain 300ml .60-G
(A) Chicken Pieces and Salad $4.00
(G) Greek Salad Pack $4.00 WATER
(G) Fresh Fruit Salad $3.50 Bottled Water 600ml $1.00-G
(G) Watermelon $2.50
BOTTLED JUICES $2.00
(G) Chicken & Salad $3.50
(G) Chicken & Lettuce $3.00
(A) Roast Beef, Cheese & Tomato $3.50
(G) Cheese & Salad $3.50
(G) Salad $2.50
(G) Ham, Cheese & Tomato $2.00
(G) Egg & Lettuce $2.00
Greek Yoghurt $2.50
(G) Tuna, lettuce & mayo $3.50
Muesli & Fruit Yoghurt $2.50
FRESH FRUIT .50
(A) Chicken Caesar $4.00
(G) Chicken, Avocado, Lettuce CHIPS & SAVOURY SNACKS 80c - 1.50
& Mayo $4.00
(G) Satay Chicken $4.00 JELLIES , CUSTARDS & ICEBLOCKS
(G) Hawaiian $4.00 Varieties ranging from 30c - $2.00
(G) Chicken & Salad $4.00
(G) Ham & Salad $4.00 CAKES & BISCUITS $1.50
(A) Zanger $4.00
SUSHI (avail Mon-Thurs)
GOURMET PANINIS (G) Single Rolls $2.50
(A) Mediterranean: avocado, s’dried tomato, feta (G) Variety Pack $4.00
cheese, olives, mixed salad leaves
(B) Roast beef, Swiss cheese,
salsa & mixed salad leaves
Pasta Bake $3.50
Chicken Pasta $3.50
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MENU SPECIALS BREAKFAST MENU 2010
FOR TERM 4 2010
All food and drink available at Corinda Tuckshop
MONDAY conforms to the Qld Government Healthy Food & Drink
Chicken Burgers ; Vege Burgers Choices Policy.
Beef & Black Bean
Medallion Rolls & sauce of choice Bacon and egg muffins $3.00 (A)
Sushi Bacon, egg and cheese rolls $3.30 (A)
Toasted sandwiches – ham & cheese
TUESDAY and chicken & cheese $3.00 (A)
Hamburgers ; Vege Burger Cheese and bacon topped bread rolls
Butter Chicken & pizza scrolls $1.50 (A)
Toasted Satay Wraps Hash browns $1.00 (A)
Sushi Potato Gems $1.00 (A)
Smilies .50c (A)
WEDNESDAY Fresh fruit pieces .50c (G)
Sweet chilli chicken & rice Fruit, yoghurt and muesli cups $2.50 (G)
Eagle Boys pizza Prepared fruit salad $3.50 (G)
Fried Rice Greek Yoghurt $2.50 (G)
DRINKS: We sell milk, juice, hot chocolate and water for
Toasted Hawaiian Wraps
Fried rice All hot food prepared in the Tuckshop is oven cooked, not
Kebabs and rice
Sushi Note: A = Amber G = Green
lettuce; chicken; dressing; cheese; ba-
con; egg; croutons
lettuce; cucumber; sundried tomato; feta
lettuce; cucumber; tomato; beetroot;
Chicken Pieces & salad
small garden salad; 2 chicken pieces
pasta; honey mustard dressing; chicken;
cherry tomatoes –diced
Hot Dogs (6)
Hot Dogs & Cheese (6)