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WEEK 54Date: 6th November 2020Dates to Remember:Friday 13th NovemberWhole School Curriculum DayMonday 30th NovemberYear 7 ImmunisationsFriday 18th DecemberLast day of TermContact Details:alexandra.sc@education.vic.gov.auPH: 0357 702000Absence Text : 0437 684 505Miss Fitzroy’s Art Classmaking the most of thisbeautiful weather, havingtheir class outside. (Maskswere taken off for thephotograph)Year 9 and 10 Recreation enjoying their new found freedoms on the GoulburnRiver. More photos inside.

Principals ReportPrincipals’ ReportIt has been a nice short week. Next week will be short for students as well, with teachers taking the Friday as a Curriculum day to plan together witha focus on making the most efficient use of the learning time for the remainder of this year.We are all looking forward to Thursday’s House Athletic Sports, this is sign that normality is continuing to return to school operating life. We willmiss the presence of parents that we are usually able to enjoy and our Year 12s whose focus is on exams.We have had some more positive movement with Covid restrictions; small transition groups of up to 10 students/parents of Grade 6 students arenow allowed to visit our school. They must be kept separate from the rest of our students. We hope that after the weekend we will have more restrictions lifted.Year 11 students have exams in the week after next. They should be using the time between now and then to revise their years’ work. The main benefit of these exams is the opportunity for students to learn as individuals how they study best as a practice for VCE exams next year.Nigel LyttleSue olm@education.vic.gov.auYear Level Co-ordinatorsYear 7Year 8Marion RicePhil ducation.vic.gov.auYear 9Year 10 & 11Penny SteuartCatherine .collett@education.vic.gov.auYear 12Should you have any concerns regarding your child,please remember the best person to contact will betheir Year Level Co-ordinator.Please feel free to contact our office staff if you wouldlike further assistance with this.Rebecca van LieropRebecca.vanlierop@education.vic.gov.auYear 11 ExamsAll Year 11 students and students in Year 10 who are studying a Year 11 subject will be sitting their exams in Week 7, Monday 16th - Wednesday 18thNovember.Below is the timetable for the exams and the study sessions. If you have any questions please see Mrs Collett.thMon 16 NovTues 17th Novp1&2p3&4p5&6Legal Studies (21)Physics (7)Theatre Studies (15)ST, MKBiology (16)VET Hospitality (17)WS, RIStudy Session M8 - LMStudy Session M8 - VPMathematical Methods (6)General Mathematics (17)Foundation Mathematics (23)NA, WNVisual Communication (7)DSBusiness Management (16)Psychology (19)OH, PEStudy Session M8 - VNChemistry (9)Health and Human Development ( 22)VN,KEStudy Session M8 - HLStudy Session M8 & M10 –KM, CEStudy Session M8 - CEthWed 18 NovEnglish: (9am – 12:15pm)P1: WS, WNP2: RI, BE,P3: CT,KEP4: DS, CEHeadstartSupervisionBy P4 staff

Years 9 - 12 Courses and Information for 2021Year 11 students have received their courses for next year. Over the next week they will receive booklists.Years 8 – 10 students will receive their courses over the next week and this will include their booklists and other information for 2021.Students are very welcome to meet with me to discuss their selected subjects and pathways. I really enjoy talking with the students and also discusschanges if their interests/pathways have changed.Senior Rugby Tops – Year 11: 2021I will be meeting with current Year 10 students next week to organise the ordering of their Senior Rugby tops for 2021. They will be able to try onjumpers for sizing and I will give them notes with costings and other information.Catherine CollettYears 10 and 11 CoordinatorCurriculum and Reporting CoordinatorNational Science Week 2020 – Deep BlueCongratulations to Jackson Caruthers, Janelle Van Ginkel and Jimmy Higgins for winning the Deep Blue Trivia and Charades competition, with DanielRenfrey and Will Teklenberg coming a close second.Toby Prothero also worked with Mark Davies to create biodegradable bioplastics that we hope will soon replace the oil-based plastics that are choking up our oceans and potentially hanging around in the oceans for 100’s of 1000’s of years. We can all work together to ensure that our oceans arehealthy places for the myriad of plant and animal species that live in them.Australian Mathematics CompetitionOn July 30th, 28 students completed the Australian Mathematics Competition.This competition is held every year and is an engaging 30-problem competition that testsstudents’ problem solving abilities.The Competition is open to all students at the college and a big congratulationsgoes out to all students that decided to put their name down and have a go.Students who participated received their results and certificates this week.If you have not received your certificate please see Mrs Kidd on Monday.A special congratulations to Noah Campbell who received a distinction, placing him in the top 20% of students in Australia who participated in thecompetition.Well done everyone!

This week our Spotlight is on Mrs CrouchWHAT SUBJECTS DO YOU TEACH?Physical EducationWHAT DO YOU EAT FOR BREAKFAST?Porridge with sultanas and brown sugar & a LatteARE YOU A CAT OR A DOG PERSON?DogWHAT PETS DO YOU HAVE AND WHAT ARE THEIR NAMES?A black Labrador called ChilliFAVOURITE FOOD?Mexican or Pork Bao BunsFAVOURITE DAY.AND WHY?Wednesday! We have reached hump dayWOULD YOU RATHER GO 30 DAYS WITHOUT YOUR PHONE OR YOUR ENTIRE LIFEWITHOUT DESSERT?30 days without my phoneWOULD YOU RATHER BE THE BEST PLAYER ON THE WORST TEAM OR THE WORSTPLAYER ON THE BEST TEAM?Best player on the worst teamWHAT IS SOMETHING I WOULD NEVER GUESS ABOUT YOU?I have an amazing ability to kill indoor plantsWHO INSPIRES YOU?Jacinda Ardern & Turia Pitt

8A WITH MR KEYTEStudents in 8A have been working hard at learning about “linear equations” since returning to school from the second Covid lockdown period. Theyhave enjoyed working together and stretching their thinking to create flag patterns using the ideas of gradient and y-intercept that define many of theequations they wrote for their designs. Some great work has been done!Noel KarunathilakeMatt ThompsonJames GilmoreOli HoornwegStudent commentsKeyte, Paul AComment on your experience oflearningabout graphing linear equationsusing your computer.Charles HILLVERY INTERESTINGMatthew THOMPSONI found it hard, but it wasinterestingCharlie Hill - Charliehas not yet completedhis awesome flag.Jasmin MCCALLUMit was hard at first But itwas funAmy MORROWonce I got the hang ofit ,it was easyJasmine McCallum andAshley Barr Sullivan

8A WITH MR KEYTEContinued.Maddie FletcherJames GilmoreAJ SalazarKatherine Cornell

WHAT OUT STUDENTS ARE TALKING ABOUT .If I was a Teacher, what subject would I teach?KLOE MORTONBRANDON VAN GINKELCOBY SCOTTI would like to be teach PE, you arealways active and don’t get stuck inthe class room.I would teach Science, it is veryinteresting and my Science classesare the greatest.PE, it is more hands on andactive and you get to go outand about.HARRISON YOUNGJOSS LOPEZMIA CREIGHTONI would teach Math. That’s what I’mgood at. The Math teacher that Ihave now is great. I would like to beable to help people who aren't goodat Math.PE, because PE teachers are thehappiest.Maths - I’m good at math, andMrs Kidd explains things reallywell, I’d like to teach other kidshow to understand it.SHAUN SUTCLIFFEDAISY SHEEHANMILLIE WEEKSPE, it is fun for everyone, Id like toteach people new moves and skills insporting activities. PE teachers hereinspire me.Maths - I enjoy problem solving andI would really like to teach peopleinteresting things.English for sure, I love English! Ilike my English teacher, and Iwould like to help people enjoyEnglish more.

PATHWAYS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIESApreniceship and Trainee Opportunities:For details of the currently available apprenticeships and traineeships offered and supported by MEGT please visit:https://www.megt.com.au/job-board. There are currently over 340 jobs listed!Opportunities:Apprenticeships and Traineeships:Cert 3 in Stonemasonary – Shepparton (CC05112020)Cert 3 in Automotive Heavy Vehicle 2nd Year – Lemnos (NS03092020)Cert 3 in Engineering (Mechanical) – Shepparton (NS16092020)Cert 2 in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology Trainee – Shepparton (CC05102020)Cert 3 in Engineering (Fabrication) – Kyabram (CC05102020)Cert 3 in Business – Mooroopna/Ardmona (NS13102020)Cert 3 in Business – Benalla (CC13102020)Cert 3 in Landscape Construction 1st, 2nd or 3rd Year – Alexandra(CC05112020)For more information please contact Felicity Wilmot: felicity.wilmot@education.vic.gov.auSituations VacantAWESOME JOB ALERT FOR SUPERSTAR LEGENDS TO JOIN OUR TEAM IN EILDONWhat We’re Looking For:FUEL PUMP ATTENDANTWhat will you be doing? Fuelling up boats / jet skis / HouseboatsProcessing payments with EFT & CashSending out picnic boats / kayaks for activity hiresCleaning all equipment when returnedREQUIREMENTS: Quirky hilariousRobbie Williams Style ConfidentReliableApplicant needs to be over the age of 18Boat license preferredGENERAL STORE & SUPERMARKET SUPERVISORWhat will you be doing? Processing grocery paymentsStocking shelvesAccommodation check ins & check outsActivity hire bookingsHero of day to day operations of general store & supermarketLegend of local information, walking tracks, fishing & activitiesAmazing Co-ordination skillsAble to answer general enquiresREQUIREMENTS: Quirky funny with the moves like JaggerRSAReliable, fast & efficientWho are we?We are the coolest place to work. Oh, and we are on the lake.We’re a marina & holiday park with a Restaurant/bar, general store overlooking Lake Eildon, less than 10 minutes fromEildon.Please email your application to info@jerusalemcreek.com.auApplications end: 20 October 2020ThPaFoM

PATHWAYS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIESCasual Position available at Alexandra Fruit and VegTo work every 2nd Saturday with more shifts to increase.The Commonwealth Bank – Alexandra BranchPart-time Customer Service Specialist – 26hrs per weekFor more information and details of how to apply please contact Vajra Mysore, BranchManagerVisit the Branch, Phone: 0466 868 648 or email: vajra.mysore@cba.com.auFor more information pleasecontact Felicity ons Vacant Continued.An opportunity exists for the right applicantto join our busy landscaping business inAlexandra.We are looking for someone interested instudying Certificate III in LandscapeConstructionin a supportive and fun environment.Please message us or emailitec.admin@bigpond.comfor more information. Alternatively you cancall the office on (03) 5772 1000.FULL TIME APPRENTICESHIP OPPURTUNITYEildon Outboard Service is on the lookout for our next apprentice.Certificate III in Marine Mechanical TechnologyWe are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our amazing and funteam.You will be working on a number of Marine vessels/engines/generators and more.From Jetskis to Malibu Speedboats, Houseboat Engines andGenerators, Tinnies, Outboard Engines and more.Please give Anita a call on 57742132 to have a chat and arrange a timeto meet.Alexandra and surrounds - Apprentice Painter opportunity with Andrew McCarthy - 0404 848 083Casual Position available at Alexandra Fruit and VegTo work every 2nd Saturday with more shifts to increase.For more information please contact Felicity Wilmot felicity.wilmot@education.vic.gov.au

Summer Employment OpportunitiesAn invitation for all Year 12’s2020 has been a tough year for everyone, in particular senior school students. It isthankfully nearing an end.We wish you well for the last term of your school life and congratulate you on thedetermination and grit you have shown so far this year.What are your plans for 2021? Are you going to Uni, starting work, or considering a Gapyear?Koala Cherries are based in Yarck and are one of Australia’s largest cherry growers.We grow premium quality cherries to supply the Australian and international markets.Our cherry harvest begins in November and finishes early-mid January.We are offering plenty of employment opportunities during this time - plenty ofcasual harvest roles offering lots of hours paid at a good rate. Our harvest is perfectlytimed for you to quickly earn some money for your year ahead so that you can cementyour plans.Did you know that we have many Uni students come and work for us, returning every yearas a very valuable part of our team? Typically, many backpackers also. This creates a greatteam environment to work in with plenty of new people to meet. We also offer work for asmaller crew during the winter Uni break as well.Consider applying for a harvest role with us to start your working life, to save for your Gapyear, or as a good start for relocating for Uni.If you are interested, please apply online directly at www.koalacherries.com.au/employmentWe look forward to hearing from you!

A face mask is always recommended. The Chief Health Officer recommendsa mask with three layers that fits securely around the face, specifically covering thenose and the mouth. However, a fitted snood, fitted buff or fitted gaiter is allowed. The emphasis is on fitted. In this instance fitted means the snood, buff or gaiter can extend in a fitted form tosnugly fit over and cover your nose and mouth. It must be secure around your neckand lower face with no gaps along the nose ridge or the top of the garment. This isdesigned to protect you from coronavirus. It must be a sufficient face covering forthis purpose.A loose-fitting snood, buff or gaiter or scarf or bandana is not allowed.

Whole School Curriculum Day Monday 30th November Year 7 Immunisations Friday 18th December Last day of Term ontact Details: alexandra.sc@education.vic.gov.au PH: 0357 702000 Absence Text : 0437 684 505 Year 9 and 10 Recreation enjoying their new found freedoms on the Goulburn River. More photos inside. Miss Fitzroy’s Art lass

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