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					                                             TO SEEK – TO SEE – TO RESPOND
    THURSDAY 15 FEBRUARY 2007                                                                             VOLUME 25 – ISSUE 2
    Postal Address: 139 Knight Street, Shepparton                                                                (03) 5821 6622
    Email: ndc@notredame.vic.edu.au               Fax: (03) 5821 8098                         Website: www.notredame.vic.edu.au


Dear Parents                                                                                  REFLECTION
Welcome Back                                                               Last week our Year 12 students and 23 staff spent three
I welcome all of our returning staff and students back for the 2007        days on retreat at Harrietville or Falls Creek. The theme
school year. I hope that you all had enjoyable holidays and that           for this year’s retreats was “You know….. It’s all about
2007 will be a special year for all. I particularly welcome the            relationships” which was in fact a statement from one of
following to our community.
                                                                           our present Year 12’s discussing life with Mr Shane
New Staff – Knight Street                                                  McKinley.
Mr Jerry Abraham, Ms Yolanda Bonica, Mr Jason Giuliani, Mrs
Kerry Kelton, Mr Martin Livingston, Mr Gary O’Brien, Mrs                   The Retreat Program has for many years now, been an
Emma Reynoldson, Mrs Ann Roberts, Mr Xavier Trevaskis, Miss                integral component of our senior students’ final year at
Zoi Warren and Mrs Sue Line.                                               Notre Dame. It provides them with an opportunity to
Returning Staff – Knight Street                                            explore and own some significant parts of their personal
Miss Annie Aloe, Mrs Amanda Beks, Mrs Tiffany Chandler, Mrs                life history, to deepen their faith experience as well as a
Angela Cooper, Mrs Zarina Fleming and Miss Kaye Merryfull.                 widening of support and friendship networks.
McAuley/Champagnat Programme
Mrs Arlene Austin, Miss Miranda Borlini, Mrs Nicole Linton, Mr             The reports from each venue were very positive with
Alexander McKinnon and Mrs Vicki Huggard.
                                                                           students participating fully in the retreat experience. For
Trainees
Mr Isaac Demase, Miss Renee Frizzell, Miss Stacey Ryan, Miss               my part I returned with a number of enjoyable and
Clare Stevenson, Miss Lanna Sutherland, Mr Jedd Wright, Miss               satisfying moments that included:
Miranda Borlini and Miss Carla Zito.                                                      •    The openness of many of our year 12’s and
New Students                                                                                   the level of trust shown that enabled them to
I welcome our Year 7 students and also the following students who have                         reflect on and share aspects of their life
joined Notre Dame College at other year levels -                                               journey.
Year 8                                                                                    •    The quiet and reverence evident during a
Elizabeth Akot, Whitney Atkinson, Michael Atkinson, Taylor Baker, Tina                         guided meditation.
Ferati, Stuart Hobijn-Allen, Rachana Jujjavarapu, Danae Portelli, Axel
                                                                                          •    The companionship at meal times that meant
Prescott, Nerissa Rankine, Emma Scott, Tim Spicer and Brett Stone.
Year 9                                                                                         that on Thursday night many were still seated
Brenton Bassett, Mitchell Fox, Kristina Katsoutas, Hayley Scott, Matt                          an hour after the meal had begun!!
Sneyd and Lola Warde.                                                                     •    The willingness to be involved in different
Year 10                                                                                        parts of the Eucharist.
Brendan Bale, Kerrilyn Bassett, Kasi Buckworth, Mary Dean, Tarli Dean-                    •    Finally, the energy and commitment of staff
Atkinson, Evie Feehan, Rhys O’Brien Kirsty Moor, Anthony Tautala,                              prepared to survive on reduced sleep and lead
Daisy Sigei and Brooke Polan. Satoko Yoshiyama is on exchange.
                                                                                               the various aspects of the retreat.
Year 11
Ellen Barrett, Bec Ciavarella, Christopher D’Augello, Kimberley Dowling,   I guess the challenge for us all is to somehow find times to
Zac Felmingham, Margie Ferati, Rebecca Mennen-Lloyd, Annalee               be still, to reflect or simply to create some space
Muggeridge, Kerrie Mulcahy, Stephanie Murnane, Courtney Ralph, Ally        occasionally to nurture our inner world or give time to the
Saxton, Roman Testa and Nathan Watson.
Year 12
                                                                           relationships in our life that really matter. Given the
Jack Feehan, Kathryn Heier and Emma O’Keeffe.                              normal pressures of family and work it is no easy task.
                                                                                  Mr Peter Chalkley – Director of Faith and Spirituality
Careers Centre
During Mrs Gemmill’s absence for 2007, the careers centre will
be staffed by Mr Gavon Armstrong who has assisted Mrs                               PROJECT COMPASSION
Gemmill for the last few years and Mr Martin Livingston who                  Caritas K’s R Kilometres for Compassion
joins our staff from FCJ College Benalla.                                  Caritas K’s is a real and active way to raise awareness and to
Year 12 Retreats                                                           raise funds for the work of Caritas Australia.
Once again, our Year 12 Retreats have been highly successful and           Notre Dame school community has chosen to walk as an act of
enjoyable. I congratulate our Year 12 students, on their positive
                                                                           solidarity with the most marginalised members of our global
participation, and I thank Mr Peter Chalkley and all of the staff
and volunteers who contributed so positively. For further details          family in places such as Africa or Bangladesh who have to cover
on the Year 12 Retreat, see Mr Chalkley’s Reflection on this page.         many K’s (kilometers) each day just to get the basic necessities
                                                   Mr Peter White          of life such as clean drinking water, firewood or food, or to
   McAuley/Champagnat Programme – Volunteers Needed                        attend school or get to market.
The McAuley/Champagnat Programme is looking for people who                 As listed on the College calendar our Caritas K’s walk is planned
are willing to donate their time to help out with tutoring and this        for Friday 9 March. Students will receive a booklet next week in
Programme. Please contact myself at the College if you can assist          order to seek sponsorship Caritas K’s provides an opportunity for
in any way.
                                                                           students and teachers to reflect on this and the things we can take
We are also asking for donations of any books and old bikes
which people are willing to donate for repair.                             so easily for granted in a country such as Australia.
   Mr Brian Turner – Director of McAuley/Champagnat Programme                                                             Mr Peter Chalkley
                         PHOTOS
                  SCHOOL PHOTOS                                               YEAR 7 MEASURING DAY FOR WINTER
School Photos are being conducted on Monday 19 and Tuesday                                UNIFORM
20 February. Envelopes were sent home with each child earlier
this week. If you wish to purchase photos of your child, they are                 Wednesday 21 February
required to return the envelope with the correct money in it to the
Photographer on photo day.
Year 12’s have the option of purchasing a group photo. To do                NOTRE DAME COLLEGE FOOTBALL CLUB
this they will need to complete and return the Yellow envelope            ANNUAL MEETING
with correct money in it on photo day.                                    The Annual General Meeting of the Notre Dame
There is also an option of Family Photos again this year. If you          College Football Club will be held at 8 pm on
would like to have a family photo taken of your children, please          Tuesday 20 February in the Delaney Room
ask the eldest of your children to collect the Family Photo               All parents are invited to attend and have their input into the
envelope from Student Reception. They will need to return the             running of the Football Club
completed envelope with the correct money to the photographer             COACHES – SEASON 2007
during the Family Photo sessions.                   Mrs Bartlett          Any person interested in coaching a team is invited to contact
                                                                          any of the following people:
                                                                          President – Mark Todd        0419 527023 or 5831 4591.
     EDUCATION MAINTENANCE                                                Secretary – Frank Scott      0428 211142 or 5821 1142
      ALLOWANCE (EMA) 2007                                                Treasurer –Jenny Mears       0400 636013 or 5831 6233
Applications forms, along with being sent with your account in            TEAM MANAGERS– are also required
December, are now available for the 2007 School Year from the             TEAMS:
Notre Dame College Office. If you are eligible for EMA, please            Teams will be: Under 16 Div-1 x 1; Under 16 Div-2 x 1; Under
complete an application form and provide a copy of your                   14 2 or 3.
Centrelink Pensioner Concession or Health Care Benefit card or a          The number of Under 14 Teams will depend on the number of
Veterans Affairs Card to the College Office by no later than 28           players available
February 2007. Forms are available from the College Office or             Please phone one of the above if you wish to discuss the
from the College Website: www.notredame.vic.edu.au. Please                Coaching positions and what is required of a coach.
note late claims cannot be accepted. Below is an extract of                                                       Frank Scott – Secretary
information provided by the Department of Education,
Employment and Training (DEET). Please note the eligibility
criteria and the submission dates.
Please note: A new EMA Application form must be
completed annually by parents.
Eligibility Criteria
The allowance will be paid in two instalments and to be eligible          During the last weeks of school last year 3 teams of keen
you must:                                                                 basketballers took part in the National Schools Basketball
(a) Be a parent or guardian of a primary or secondary school              Tournament which was held in Geelong from 4–8 December.
      student up to the age of sixteen.                                   The Senior Boys team found the competition very tough but
(b) Be an eligible beneficiary of a Centrelink Pension,                   enjoyed their matches whilst the Junior Boys and Junior Girls
      allowance or benefit or be a Veterans Affairs (TPI)                 Teams both made the playoffs going down in their respective
      Pensioner or be a foster parent.                                    semi finals and finishing a creditable 4th in their divisions.
(c) Submit your application to the school by the due date.                Thanks to Mrs Brigitte Dmytriw, Mr Mark Borthwick, Mrs Kate
Your card must be valid as at first day of term 1 – 30 January            Threlfall, Nathan Williams, Sam Gall, Bridgette Deane and Dan
2007 and the first day of term 3 – 16 July 2007.                          Kelly for their assistance with driving, coaching, managing and
Submission of forms/claims                                                scoring.
You are required to submit your claim to the College by:                  Notre Dame College representatives were
28 February 2007 for the first instalment and                             Danny Dmytriw, Tobi Kennedy, Will O’Sullivan, Tim Davis,
3 August 2007 for the second instalment                                   Sarai Atkinson, Liz Cobbledick, Jeremy Fraser, Jack Threlfall,
PLEASE NOTE:              THE DEPARTMENT WILL NOT                         Luke O’Connor, Nick Bence, Lloyd Harriott, Paul Kelly, Zac
ACCEPT LATE CLAIMS.                                                       Ginevra, Will Patone, Nathan Keating, Samantha, Threlfall,
All queries relating to eligibility and payments of EMA are to be         Christina Reynolds, Jayden Young, Sias Wentzal, Nicole
directed to Mrs Maree Geisler on 5821 6622.                               Dmytriw and Jessica Dickson.
                              Mr David Smyth - Finance Manager
                                                                          UPCOMING EVENTS
                                                                          Sport in 2007 gets underway with the Twilight Inter House
THANK YOU                                                                 Swimming Carnival at Raymond West Pool on Thursday 22
     Brother Allen Sherry fms Director of the Marist Solidarity           February, commencing at 3.00 pm and finishing at approximately
     Office would like to thank Notre Dame College for their              6.15 pm. All parents are most welcome to attend. Arrangements
     generous donation of $2,300.00 which will go towards                 for students will be published on student Bulletins and in next
     mission work.                                                        week’s Newsletter.
     Jack Thewlis - RSL Appeals Director, Shepparton would like           Catholic All Schools Tennis (February 20), Golf (February 26),
     to thank Notre Dame College for their generous                       Softball and Baseball (February 27) competitions are set to take
     contribution towards the Remembrance Day Appeal for
     2006.
                                                                          place.       Mrs Maureen Smullen, Sport Co-ordinator
     The residents of Harmony Village Independent Living Units
     thank our students who helped out at their Christmas Party
     in December. They were very appreciative of the delightful
                                                                             CITY NOTRE DAME NETBALL 2007
     group of young people from Notre Dame College who                    Selection Night for 17/under and Open teams will be held
     helped make the evening so successful.                               on Monday 19 February at 5.30pm to 7.30pm.
     St Vincent DePaul wishes to tank our College for our                                           Kathy Mancini – CND Netball
     prayers and donations throughout 2006 especially during
     our Winter Appeal.

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  34th Australian Marist Cricket Carnival                                     NOTRE DAME/ST BRENDAN’S
December 9 – 20, 2006, Hosted by St Gregory’s College,
Campbelltown                                                                      “CRICKET CLUB”
DAY 1:
The boys got off to a good start on a dampish day, dismissing the
Carnival favourite St Gregory’s College for 164, With Ben Scott
snaring 4/34 and Tom McKenna getting 2/25 respectively.
In the chase Notre Dame College never really got going except
for a solid partnership of 53 between hard- hitting Luke Riordon
and young gun Mitch Winter-Irving in the middle of the innings.                    Results for Saturday 10 February
Notre Dame College fell 36 runs short in a disappointing loss.
DAY 2:                                                                    “E” Reserve Under 13
Day two saw the boys come up against our traditional rivals,              (10 for 208) were defeated by Karramomus Green (10 for 216)
Catholic College Bendigo. Notre Dame College lost the toss and            BATTING: M Kennedy 38, A McMillan 35, I Harbrow 25, R
were sent in on a wet wicket and was restricted to 131. Sam               Shannon 21
Wright with a solid 49 and Andrew Edwards with a cameo 20                 BOWLING: A McMillan 1/9
were the only batsmen to get past 20.                                     MAN OF THE MATCH: M Kennedy
When Bendigo went in to bat Notre Dame College needed early
wickets and didn’t get them but Jordon Trevaskis snared 1/8 and           “E” Grade Under 13
young gun spinner Andrew Riordan getting 1/20 off his ten                 (10 for 159) were defeated by Kialla (7 for 167)
overs.                                                                    BATTING: T Larkin 42, C Lambert 30no, L Fraser 23
DAY 3:                                                                    BOWLING: J Larkin 2/5, J Bradaric 2/16, D Ryan 1/5
Captain Andrew Edwards won the toss and sent Lavalla in to bat            MAN OF THE MATCH: Tyler Larkin
with good rewards early. The struggling Lavalla slumped to 4/21,
with the main destroyers being Andrew Edwards with 3/24 and               Under 15 “D” Grade “Maroon”
emerging quick, (!) Sam Wright, snaring 3/34 respectively.                (6 for 146) were defeated by Karramomus (7 for 211)
However Lavalla managed to get to 10/113.                                 BATTING: B Barr 52no, B Southwell 28no, J Linehan 24
The chase started nervously with Notre Dame College losing                BOWLING: C Sharkey 1/10, T Austin 1/11
3/23 before a hard hitting 34 off 32 balls from Tom Sullivan and          MAN OF THE MATCH: Brad Barr
a sparkling 20 from Luke Riordon which included a 6 and three
4’s got Notre Dame over the line for its first win with the loss of       Under 15 “C” Grade
just 4 wickets.                                                           (3 for 276) defeated Tatura (10 for 89)
DAY 4: WASHED OUT                                                         BATTING: T Preece 51no, R McKenna 51no, B Tracey 50no,
                                                                          J Clark 31
DAY 5:                                                                    BOWLING: A Renato 2/5, T Preece 2/12
After the wash out on Friday and a relaxing Saturday Rest Day.            MAN OF THE MATCH: Tom Preece
Marcellin College Bulleen won the toss and elected to bat. Early
wickets didn’t come but Andrew Edwards led by example                     Under 17 “A” Grade “Blue”
snaring 2/21 with help from Andrew Riordon who got 2/37.                  (67) & (7 for 82) were defeated by Mooroopna Blue (2 for 206)
Bulleen College set a respectable target of 180. In reply Notre           BATTING: M Dann 33, L Ryan 19
Dame College was all out for a dismal 64.                                 BOWLING: B Webster 2/41
DAY 6:                                                                    MAN OF THE MATCH: Michael Dann
Notre Dame College captain Andrew Edwards won the toss and
in a brave move sent Trinity College in to bat. Edwards, who              Under 17 “A” Grade “Maroon”
was in the form of his life, captured 4/16 with a helpful 3/22 from       (7 for 181) defeated Kialla 910 for 115)
Tom McKenna which helped roll Trinity for just 78.                        BATTING: J Trevaskis 75no, B McGrath 33, ben Demase 20
In reply Notre Dame College got the total easily with Andrew              BOWLING: J Trevaskis 3/16, B Lambert 3/20
Riordan getting 33 not out.                                               MAN OF THE MATCH: Jordan Trevaskis
DAY 7:
The final match saw us pitted against the undefeated Ashgrove             NEXT WEEK – Saturday 17 February
College from Brisbane. Ashgrove College batted first and due to           “E” Reserve Under 13 versus Katandra at Katandra
some tight bowling and good fielding the Ashgrove team could              Primary School.
only post a modest score of 98. The confident, tear away quick            “E” Grade Under 13 versus Numurkah at St Joseph’s
Andrew Edwards put fear into the batsmen capturing 5/23 and               Numurkah.
Andrew Riordan spun a web taking 3/12.                                    “D” Grade “Blue” versus Shepparton United at Princess
Notre Dame College was always in a strong position with opener            Park.
Dave McGrath knocking up a 37 not out alongside Sam Wright                “D” Grade “Maroon” versus Invergordon at St Brendan’s
who got 29 not out to get the score in the 30th over.
                                                                          Oval No.1.
The highlight of the carnival was Captain Andrew Edwards being
named bowler of the Carnival and being included in the “Marist            “C” Grade versus Karramomus at Vibert Oval.
Australasian11”.                                                          “A” Grade “Blue” versus Kialla at Central Park.
A tired but happy group returned home after a very enjoyable              “A” Grade “Maroon” versus Old Students at Chapman
trip. New friendships had been formed both with players from              Oval.
other teams and with members of the families with whom they               All boys “Playing in Shepparton” to be at the ovals by
were billeted.                                                            8.10am.
Thanks to Mr Nigel Liggins for coaching the team. We now look             All boys “NOT playing in Shepparton” to meet outside St
forward to the 35th Carnival which Notre Dame College will be             Brendan’s at 7.50am.
hosting from 3 – 12 December 2007.
                                Jedd Wright - Sport Trainee                           Mr Bernard O’Shea - President of Cricket Club



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            World Education Program                                                           VCE DATES
World Education Program (WEP) Australia invites students and
parents interested in long and short term student exchange                               Week Ending 23 February
programs to either:                                                                             Year 12 -
           WEP Information Evening on 13 February, 7:30pm at           Unit    Subject                          Outcome
           the Kingston Arts Centre, 979 Nepean Highway,                 3     Chemistry                        SAC 1 – Area Study 1
           Moorabbin,                                                    3     Studio Arts                      Outcome 1 – Work brief
           WEP Information Evening on 6 March, 7:30 pm at the                                                   Outcome 2 – Design Process
           Hawthorn Library (Meeting Room), 584 Glenferrie                                           Year 11
           Road, Hawthorn or,                                          Unit    Subject                          Outcome
           WEP Open Day on 17 March from 12:00 to 4:00 at the            2     Biology                          OAT 1 – Energy Flow Task
           WEP Office, 29 Small Street, Hampton.                         2     Italian                          OAT 1 – Lyric Translation
WEP is currently offering a full scholarship to Italy for a year         2     Psychology                       Oat 1A - Era
commencing in January 2008 and a partial scholarship (worth
$4450) to French-speaking Belgium for a year commencing in
January 2008. Details are available on our website at                            CALENDAR OF EVENTS
www.wep.org.au                                                          15 Feb               Outward Bound 2007 Information Night
A number of international exchange students from Germany,               19 Feb               School Photos
Italy, Argentina and French-speaking Belgium arrive in July this        20 Feb               School Photos
year. If you are interested in providing some Australian                                     Shrove Tuesday CAS Tennis
hospitality and encouragement by hosting a teenager from                21 Feb               Ash Wednesday
another country, please let us know! Contact WEP Australia:                                  Year 7 Winter Uniform Measuring Day
1300 884 733 or 03 9598 4733 info@wep.org.au                           22 Feb                Twilight Swimming Carnival
www.wep.org.au                                     Debra Cain          23 Feb                Clean Up Australia Day
                                                                       26 Feb                CAS Golf
                                                                       27 Feb                CAS Softball
    GUIDE DOGS VICTORIA OPEN DAY                                       28 Feb                Year 7 BBQ - Meet PGL’s Evening
           SUNDAY 4 MARCH                                              9 March               Unit 3 Outdoor Ed Camp Ends
            11.00am to 4.00pm                                          12 March              Labour Day Holiday
Join Dr Harry Cooper, Wags the Dog and loads of our                    13 March              CAS Triathlon
                                                                       14 March              P & F Meeting 7.30pm
adorable puppies for Guide Dogs Victoria’s annual Open                 15 March              Year 9 Outward Bound Commences
Day. With Guide Dog demonstrations and much more,                      15 & 16 March         Sandhurst Conference – Student free days
entry is via gold coin donation.
Each year Guide Dogs Victoria opens our kennel doors
and invites families for a behind the scenes look at how we                          BERRY STREET VICTORIA
                                                                       Berry Street Victoria has been protecting children and
breed and train our world famous Guide Dogs.
                                                                       strengthening families in Victoria for over 130 years. We exist to
This year I would like to invite your school community                 increase life chances and choices for children and young people
and families to this great day out. So join our adorable               who are at risk, or who have experienced the trauma of family
puppies, Wags the Dog (of Wiggles fame) and Dr Harry                   violence, child abuse and neglect. Every year we help over 5,000
Cooper at this fun family event.                                       children, young people and families. For more information visit
I thank you in advance for supporting this event. All funds            www.berrystreet.org.au . In the Hume region, part of our core
raised from the day go toward the continued provision of               business is to provide Foster Care placements for children and
services to blind and vision impaired Victorians.                      young people who are unable to live with their own families. The
If you have any questions or would like further                        Shires we cover are Mitchell, Murrindindi, Strathbogie, Greater
                                                                       Shepparton, Moira and Yarrawonga.
information, please do not hesitate to contact me on 03
                                                                       It is necessary for us to have a large pool of carers who can
9854 4462 or theresa.h@guidedogsvictoria.com.au.                       provide a safe, caring, stable and nurturing environment for
                        Theresa Hoogland - Special Events              children and young people. Unfortunately, carer numbers are
Guide Dogs Victoria - sharing the journey                              declining as more people enter into the workforce or families deal
www.guidedogsvictoria.com.au                                           with their own increasingly busy lifestyles.
                                                                       For further information please contact Carmel Maguire at Berry
                                                                       Street Victoria on ℡ 5821 0399 or mobile ℡ 0428 822 669 or
                      CANTEEN                                          email cmaguire@berrystreet.org.au
              MONDAY 19 FEBRUARY                                                             Carmel Maguire – Berry Street Victoria
Karen Baker, Chris Balaburov, Karen Dore, Steven Geisler
              TUESDAY 20 FEBRUARY                                                        MARRIED COUPLES
   Marie Enders, Jane Sullivan, Sandra- Lee Snelling,                  Are there times when you feel your spouse just doesn’t hear you? Would
                                                                       you like to learn a better way to communicate your feelings and needs?
                     Marg Dickson                                      Are you ready to rediscover the romance in your marriage? Try a
           WEDNESDAY 21 FEBRUARY                                       Marriage Encounter Weekend, an affordable couples only Retreat .
     Ann Maree Minogue, Marg Boers, Mary Lahn,                         Weekends for 2007 –
                      Cath Basile                                                 Keilor Downs          23-25 March
                                                                                  Myrniong 4-6 May
             THURSDAY 22 FEBRUARY                                                 Millgrove             13-15 July
        Angela Kilmartin, Debbie Watson-Smith,                                    Lysterfield 19-21 October
         Emilia Dalle Nogare, Marina De Maio                           Contact: Lambert & Elain van der Weerden
               FRIDAY 23 FEBRUARY                                      Victorian & Tasmanian Unit Co-ordinators for Worldwide Marriage
                                                                       Encounter: 9744 4029 or by e-mail to levander@hotkey.net.au
       Joanne Foster, Leah Beks, Julie Parkinson,
                     Sonia Basham
                                                                       Best Wishes

                                                                                                              Mr Peter White – Principal
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                      NOTRE DAME COLLEGE


               CANTEEN PRICE LIST
                          FEBRUARY 2007
Pie                                                             $   2.50
Shepherd’s Pie                                                      2.60
Pastie                                                              2.50
Sausage Roll                                                        1.80
Chicken Burger (available Mon, Tues, Wed & Thurs)                   2.70
         Hot Dog (available Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri)                   2.00
                                     Rounda – Pizza                 1.80
                          Pizza – Ham and Pineapple                 1.80
                                    Hot Cheese Roll                 1.60
                                          Dim Sims                  .60
                                                                SANDWICH
                                               ROLL                 $
                                                      $
Cheese and Salad                                                    2.00
                                               2.40
Ham and Salad                                                       2.20
                                               2.60
Tuna and Salad                                                      2.20
                                               2.60
Egg and Lettuce                                                     1.80
                                               2.00
Chicken & Salad                                                     2.20
                                               2.60


      (Wholemeal bread or rolls are used unless white is requested)

    Flavoured Milk – large    2.40       Orange Mango Juice           1.40
    Flavoured Milk – small    1.60       Natural Spring Water         1.50
Orange Fruit Juice – Large    1.60       Prima                        1.20
Orange Fruit Juice – Small    1.20



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                                                                      Current as at August 2006




                                           2006/07
            BOYS SUMMER UNIFORM PRICE LIST 2006/07
                ITEM (GST Inclusive)                     Qty   Size        Price        Back
                                                                                        Order
Pullover (Sizes)
(12 - 14)    (16 - 18) (20 - 22)    (24     26    28)
  $65.00      $70.00      $75.00         $80.00
Boys Belt Loop Shorts (Grey)
     8 – 18                         Men’s: 4 – 10
     $36.00                            $38.00
Boys Shirt (Short sleeve/open neck ‘Monogram Pocket’
Fairmark)
      8 – 14                         SM – XXOS
      $33.00                            $35.00

WATERPROOF JACKETS
Straight Line OR Bomber                         $90.00
Boys Socks (Anklets “Grey”)
       13 – 3     2–8         8 – 13    11 – 14
                       All $7.00
GIRLS & BOYS SPORTS SOCKS
All sizes                                       $ 7.00
UNISEX SPORTS TOP
All sizes                                       $24.00
UNISEX P.E SHORTS
All sizes                                       $24.00
TOP (WINDCHEATER) - Optional
All sizes                                       $50.00

TRACK PANTS

                                                $54.00
School Bags
   LIGHT PAK LARGE             CHIRO PAK LARGE
         $50.00                      $70.00
School Hats
Unisex Cream                                    $30.00
Maroon Cricket Style                            $15.00

                                   TOTAL PAYMENT

Parent’s Name:________________________________________________________

Student’s Name: _______________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________

Phone Number: ______________________________



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                                                                        Current as at August 2006




                                            2006/07
            GIRLS SUMMER UNIFORM PRICE LIST 2006/07
                ITEM (GST Inclusive)                       Qty   Size        Price        Back
                                                                                          Order
Summer Dress
(8 - 10) (12 - 14)    (16 - 18)    (20 - 22)        24+
$60.00 $60.00                 $65.00              $70.00
Pullover (Sizes)
(12 – 14)   (16 – 18) (20 – 22)      (24     26      28)
 $65.00      $70.00     $75.00             $80.00

WATERPROOF JACKETS
Straight Line OR Bomber                           $90.00
GIRLS SOCKS (Anklets “Silver Grey”)
           13 – 3       2–8         8 - 13
          $7.00        $7.00        $7.00

GIRLS SPORTS SOCKS
All sizes                                          $7.00
UNISEX SPORTS TOP
All sizes                                         $24.00
UNISEX P.E SHORTS
All sizes                                         $24.00
TOP (WINDCHEATER) - Optional
All sizes                                         $50.00
TRACK PANTS
                                                  $54.00
School Bags
LIGHT PAK LARGE                    CHIRO PAK LARGE
     $50.00                             $70.00
School Hats
Madeleine                                         $30.00
Lampshade                                         $18.00

                                   TOTAL PAYMENT


Parent’s Name:________________________________________________________

Student’s Name: _______________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________

Phone Number: ______________________________




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