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21st June
Info Day @ Leeton High School
Futures R Us Program
Transition Program - St Patrick's

23rd June

Year 11 P/T/S Conferences
3.45pm to 6pm
Year 11/12 Awards Assembly
U15 Bill Turner Soccer

24th June

Zumba Party
Year 9 HSIE Excursion
Griffith War Memorial



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Marian Catholic College prides itself on being a ‘community school’ where each individual is valued and their contribution is recognised and appreciated.

The College’s student support and welfare programs are designed to ensure a safe, caring and supportive environment in which all students have the opportunity to achieve their best. We are proud of our College and of its students. The students work very hard and they achieve very good results both in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. Some of these include Tournament of Minds, Music, Drama, Public Speaking, Art Club, Duke of Edinburgh Award, MUNA and representative sport.

The main thing that teachers at Marian want to do is to support students’ learning. We will help students to build upon their strengths as well as to try to overcome their weaknesses. If students work hard in their lessons and with their homework, if they take up the wide variety of opportunities in front of them, they have every chance to find great success at Marian.

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The performances of our musical Grease have been stunning the audiences since Wednesday. It really is a quality production that has you wondering whether they are really school students in all the roles (except one) or are they professionals brought in for the show! I know that I am obviously biased but I have heard many similar comments over the past few days as audiences file out of the Griffith Regional Theatre. My wholehearted congratulations to everyone involved. It really is a large scale operation with not only about 100 Marian students and staff involved each night but also many volunteers back and front of stage helping in costume, make-up and hair, programmes and everything else that is needed for a show to be successful.

I had a conversation with one of the audience members this morning, Mr Neville Dwyer, Director of Griffith Child Care Centre. Neville wrote a piece about our show and it is with his permission that I have included it in this week's newsletter. It encapsulates the core of what we do as educators. In schools, we are involved in helping to develop people and what a privilege it is! We give our best (as teachers) and we mix our talents with the talents of our students and in front of our eyes a beautiful person is discovering life for themselves! As teachers, we are nourished by the work we do and being surrounded by energetic, dedicated and creative students and staff is a blessing.


Please refer to the newsletter for more great photos of the production - both on stage and behind the scenes!

Enrolment interviews are in progress now!  Attention parents of Year 6 students who have not submitted an application - If your Year 6 student is intending to atttend Marian Catholic College in 2017, please contact Mrs Julian O'Keeffe at the College Office 02 6969 2400 ASAP. Thank you!


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