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Students currently in Grade 6 are invited to apply for a place in Mount Clear College’s Year 7 S.E.A.L. Program (Select Entry Accelerated Learning) for the commencement of 2015. The S.E.A.L Program offers students a unique accelerated approach to learning that supports their strengths. All places are effective from the year of commencement through to VCE. The program allows students to effectively complete Years 7-10 in 3 years. Please note to be eligible for a place in the S.E.A.L Program students must: - Complete and return an application form by Friday 9 May. - Sit a Higher Ability Selection Test at the Earth Ed Centre, Mount Clear College Friday 23 May from 9.00am –1.00pm. Parents and Grade 6 students are invited to attend the SEALP Information Evening on Wednesday March 5 at Mount College school library at 7pm. Parents and Grade 6 students are also invited to attend the Music Transition Band Information Evening on the same night starting at 6.30pm at Mount Clear College school library. For more information and to obtain an application form, please contact Martinne Richards (S.E.A.L Program Co-ordinator) at Mount Clear College by phone or email: 5330 1500, email@example.com For further information about the Music Transition Band Program, please contact Chris Brennan (Music Transition Co-ordinator) by phone or email: 53301500, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where: Mount Clear College
When: 21st March 2014
Time: - 1pm – 7pm
To book a site contact 53301500 – Rosalie/Kristen
$20 non powered site
$25 powered site
Multicultural food and activities
Battle of the bands
Art and craft stalls
Music and performing arts stage and events
Mphatso Children's Foundation Charity Cricket match
A few of us met at lunchtime today to iron out arrangements for the first staff v students Alan Parker charity match supporting the Mphatso Children's Foundation will be held on Wednesday December 4 during long LINKS and lunchtime on the college soccer pitch. "Six and out" rules will apply!
Staff and students are invited to bring along and wear a bright hat and shirt during the game and cheer loudly for their favourite team. Please note: This day is not a free dress day. You are encouraged to contribute a gold coin donation on the day if you can though.
Gary Lumsden is organising a BBQ with sausages, burgers and vegie burgers available to be enjoyed by all, along with cans of soft drink that will be sold by Alan's 8B2 and 8B3 science students.
Any Year 9-10 students who would like to play are asked to let Mr. Crabtree in Currawong know. We have at least 10 staff who are keen to play but whoever puts their hand up will get a run.
Umpire Simpkin will be officiating and has informed me he is accepting bribes.
Could all MSSM folk please get the word out to the kids if you wouldn't mind? It should be a bit of fun and raise some good coin for Mphatso.
Thanks to all and kind regards,
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Read more: Booklists 2014
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