High Notes, Vol 8 No 34, November 09 2007

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From the Principal

High Talent
Congratulations to the first XI cricket team on a great display of self-discipline, character and patience as they accumulated 8-150 to grab the first innings points against St Josephs at Hunters Hill. After sticking to a game plan the previous week, the boys bowled out Joeys for a modest total and added some useful batting practice after passing their total on an overcast, testing afternoon last Saturday. Well done too to the 15As for a tight 3-run victory over Joeys. Congratulations to our 15s basketball team who progressed to the last 8 in the state after a hard fought win against Macintyre at Inverell this week.

Playground Safety
Students and their parents should be aware that playground facilities such as the cricket nets, basketball and tennis courts have certain rules concerning their use. The tennis courts are for use by players in the school tennis program only. They are not for social ‘hit and giggle’ students. The courts are available for student use before and after school and at lunch times. Students sign for a key and are responsible for locking themselves in and having the correct attire for practising, including appropriate shoes and equipment. The basketball courts may be used before and after school and at scheduled breaks, but not for organised games. Shooting practice and drills are permissible but no competing with team against team is permissible, even as social games, for duty of care reasons. With the cricket nets the potential for injury is higher and the seriousness of injury is likely to be higher, too. Consequently, no students are allowed to practise on the cricket nets at any time without adult supervision. Such supervision might be provided by teachers or qualified cricket coaches. In the recent past, students have put pressure on staff members to give them permission to use facilities without the supervision described in the policy. I want it to be clear what the policy is – no unsupervised practice in the cricket nets.

Students of concern interventions
I have contacted parents in all academic years about our plans to design interventions to assist our targeted students who for whatever reason find themselves in the statistical bottom 10% of their cohort or who have failed to meet the academic standard that I have determined for the school. I have sought their permission for us to interview their sons or to ask them to attend Thursday afternoon literacy development classes or to be involved in mathematics remediation groups or to attend organised programs for their benefit. Mr Walker, Head Teacher Student Welfare, has been very proactive in organising professional interventions to help re-engage our boys. One such program is delivered by Elevate Education. Stage 4 boys we are concerned about had the benefit of two recent sessions on various skills associated with effective learning. We are proposing to design a program with Elevate to service the targeted boys in all years in 2008. The whole objective of our underachievement program is to re-engage our students with learning and achievement.

Year 8 Parents Issues
The Year 8 Parent Group asked some questions about school procedures. In respect of subject acceleration, the only courses on offer are the ones listed on the website and under our SBHS Subject Acceleration Policy. Information about meetings is published in High Notes, incorporated into the weekly calendar for the next four weeks and displayed d on the website calendar. Class sizes for the junior school are: Non-specialist rooms and labs (30). Music, IA and Art in Years 7 and 8 (20). Technical and Arts electives (20-22). Other electives up to 30. Senior classes have a maximum of 24. A boy who wanted to begin a language as an elective would not be barred from doing so, as long as the decision was in his best interests academically. However, he would have to discuss the proposal with the HT LOTE to demonstrate his capacity to complete the subject successfully. There is no ‘streaming’ of classes at High except in mathematics from Years 8 to 10. There is ‘banding’ in English and science. An outrider class is selected in English and two classes of science contain the same 30 students as in the one English class. This 30/60 arrangement works well in the junior school where success in both subjects correlates highly with high literacy levels. Students in Year 9 are supposed to complete stage 5 work and become ready to act and study as seniors. They are the leaders of the Junior School and we expect increased levels of responsibility, maturity and autonomy from them. The additional students for Year 9 next year have made their electives selections and will be slotted into their classes. In English, mathematics and science, there will need to be flexibility in allocations of students so that newcomers can find their appropriate level where that is policy in grouping. The Student Awards Scheme data collection system works from signed off ‘Yellow Sheets’. That data can be corrected or amended after discussion with Mr Beringer, but only until the deadlines he sets. Thereafter, appeals can be made to me directly. Participation data are now downloaded by Mr Dowdell onto reports. However, data are not signed off until a season is completed successfully. Hence long running activities or cross seasonal ones do not appear on semester one reports. Parents and boys should remind teachers and outside coaches that such data need to be supplied to Mr Dowdell in the format prescribed.

Interactive Games Alert
It has come to my attention that a significant number of boys have been absorbing up to 14 hours per week of their free time, playing a never-ending, levels based interactive computer game. These games try to hook players with participation prerequisites, peer pressure and promises of competitive success. They are addictive. I am concerned that boys who get involved in these rings of cyber world dwellers are missing opportunities and normal teenage family interaction. Their academic and co-curricular performances may also be badly affected. Parents are advised to monitor vigilantly their sons' use of computers in the home. Teachers and Year Advisers are asked to be on the lookout for boys who are missing out on handing in work, coming late to school, dropping out of school activities or who appear changed or distracted or secretive about what they have been doing. They may be involved in such game activity. The Library is another likely place for boys to get on line and disguise their destinations or have legitimate sites running with game sites. We have an emerging student welfare issue with online recreational games.
Dr K.A. Jaggar
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Did you know?

Did you know that Pope Pius XI appointed the first Australian-born Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church in 1937? High old boy Justin Daniel Simonds (1906) was Archbishop of Hobart 1937-1942. As Coadjutor Archbishop of Melbourne, 1942-1963 he served as deputy to the controversial and long-serving Archbishop Daniel Mannix, eventually becoming Archbishop of Melbourne, 1963-1967.
SHS Old Boys Union
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The Children’s Medical Research Institute and Jeans for Genes, being a nominated SBHS charity, are organising a new fundraiser program, Gift Wrap for a Cause. This year gift wrapping will take place at Myer Bondi Junction, Sydney City and Parramatta from 7-24 December and at Rhodes Shopping Centre from 15-24 December. The idea is simple – customers purchase a Christmas item and Jeans for Genes volunteers wrap it for a small donation. Currently they are seeking volunteers who would like to assist staff gift wrap at the above locations. This is a perfect opportunity for students to fulfil their Duke of Edinburgh community service or receive community service award points for their school award system. Students need to be 16 years or older. Information and clear instructions will be provided to students before they commence. A certificate and reference letter (when requested) will be forwarded to students for inclusion in their resume. For further information and to apply go to the website www.jeans4genes.com.au Click on How Can I Help/School Genie/Special Event Genie.
S Plummer
Charities Coordinator

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Canteen Announcement!

Our inaugural $10 Thank You Voucher has been won by Doris Fong. Thanks so much to Doris for being a fantastic volunteer. We hope Matthew (9) and Andrew (7) use the voucher to try out some of our new menu items. Watch this space for next month’s winner!
From the Canteen Team

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Linguistic Logistics

News from the Languages Faculty at Sydney High

Recently the school received the results of the ACER Language Certificates. Many students from all Languages achieved excellent results, but the results in Chinese deserve a special mention. Accompanying the Certificates was a special letter congratulating our school on the results in Chinese. Sydney Boys High has achieved the highest number of High Distinctions in both Listening and Reading skills of any school participating in the Acer Chinese Certificates. As the ACER Language tests are an Australia-wide initiative, this is very exciting news for our school.

In addition, 2008 is the Year of Languages, and as part of the activities, Sydney Boys will be honoured by UNESCO, who will mention this school’s considerable achievement in this language.

Congratulations to all students who participated in the Acer tests and to Ms Zhang and Ms Yang for their efforts.

Last term, Year 7 French classes enjoyed the study of the Academy-award winning film, The Triplets of Belleville and soon the boys will be enjoying the follow-up activity of a French brunch, complete with croissants and hot chocolate!

Congratulations to all students in Years 9, 10 and 11 French who achieved excellent results in the recent Acer tests. Many received High Distinctions.

Fifty percent of Year 9 French achieved Distinctions and High Distinctions in Reading and Listening.

Again, the Acer tests results were excellent, with Year 10 German gaining many High Distinctions in both Reading and Listening.

This term has the added interest of visitors from Germany. We are fortunate to have with us two interns, Ümit Saatci from Germany, who will be at Sydney High for two months, and Chris Herting, who is an exchange student currently studying at Sydney University. Ümit and Chris have been assisting in the German classes, taking part in German conversation and talking to the boys about life in Germany. Our German visitors have also been sitting in on other classes, like Year 11 English and Year 8 Latin. This cultural interchange is proving to be an enriching experience for all.

Congratulations to all Year 9 German students who achieved excellent results in the ACER Reading and Listening tests. Special mention must be made to Liam Aylmer for his 100% mark in the Listening test. The following boys were awarded High Distinctions:

Listening: Liam Aylmer, Yixin Liu and Joshua Sutton Reading: Liam Aylmer, Justin Chan and Joshua Sutton

Latin and Greek
Sadly, last term Sydney Boys High Latin and Greek classes said Farewell to Mr Mason, a long-standing member of the Languages Department. We wish Mr Mason a Happy Retirement. We are fortunate to have with us Mr John Coombs, who is replacing Mr Mason for Term 4. Mr Coombs is a Classics specialist who is one of the tutors at the Latin Summer School held annually at Sydney University.

We hope that Mr Coombs enjoys his time with us here at High.

Lastly, we expect that all students of Languages will make the most of their study time during this busy examination period, as linguistic skill is an asset, whatever one’s chosen career path.
D. Matsos
Acting HT Languages

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There is an amendment to the 1.6Km Honour board to be placed in Room 901. The fastest Year 9 time recorded was by Michael Ambrose in 2007, running a time of 5m 24s. My apologies for the error.
G. Stein

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Cricket: Attention all Parents

The Australian Five Highs Cricket Carnival will be held in Sydney from December 3 to December 7, SBHS are hosts this year.

There will be 52 Boys coming from interstate that will require billeting for 5 nights. The boys will be playing cricket all day and basically need somewhere to sleep along with an evening meal. If you can help we would greatly appreciate your support and generosity.

If you can assist please contact Chris Kourtesis (Maths Dept) X127 or email me at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Note: Boys who take billets are not required to attend school during that week
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Public Speaking

The following boys will be competing in the Eastern Suburbs Public Speaking Competition tonight at The Scots College; Edwin Montoya Zorrilla, Zid Mancenido, Cameron Morrison, John Aclis, Sanbib Ahmed and Chris Chiam. Zid and John have placed second in their respective divisions in previous years and we look forward to continued success this year. Best of luck to all students involved.
R. Howland

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Learn to Row

A successful Learn to Row program has been running out of “The Sheds” Sunday mornings since the beginning of 2007. Now supported by several community colleges participant numbers have jumped. Volunteer coaches are desperately needed to accommodate this rise in participants. The coaching session goes from 7:00 till 9:00 Sunday mornings for a period of six weeks with the next course starting on Sunday, August 12th. Volunteer coaches will row/cox as part of the crew they are coaching. So if you think you could get back into a boat and row 3 to four slow kilometres as well as putting something back into the school please contact Ross Bowey on 0428 519 705 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it as soon as possible.
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Music Notes

Jazz in the Courtyard Concert
We would like to invite you to our Annual Jazz Concert in the Courtyard this Sunday the 11th of November. Boys need to be at school by 10:30am to meet the tutors who will be running the workshops. There will be a BBQ at 2pm for the boys after their workshop session culminating to the concert starting at 3pm for families and friends. Cost of the concert is free and will feature all our Jazz bands, Jazz group and debuting our new Junior Jazz group run by Muhamed, Ivan and Ashwin in Yr 11. Please bring along a picnic basket to enjoy with your family and we look forward to a wonderful afternoon of fantastic music by our Jazz bands.

SBHS Spring Music Festival
This year’s Spring Music Festival will be held over TWO evenings on Thursday and Sunday the 15th and 18th of November in the school’s Great Hall. Thursday’s concert will feature all our small ensembles and some year 12 soloists and Sunday’s performance will showcase SBHS large ensembles. All members of the music ensemble program except for stage bands are to attend. Tickets will be sold on the night, but we encourage you to buy them prior to the performance. Please make payments at the main office and collect tickets from the music staffroom. We look forward to two wonderful evenings of quality performances by our talented musicians and hope you are able to attend to support their efforts and hard work.

Price: $12.00 single / $25.00 family

Thursday’s concert will begin at 7pm
Sunday’s concert will begin at 5pm

Please note that tickets are valid for both performances and are subject to availability.

Students are to wear performance uniform, i.e. long sleeved white shirts, tie, black shoes, grey school trousers. Bring instruments to school on the day of the concert for a rehearsal. Times will be set by your conductor.

Please complete and detach the form below and return by Wednesday 14th November 2007. (Week 5, Term 4)

Spring Music Festival Ticket Order
Name of Student: _______________________________     Roll Class: _______________
Number of tickets required :-

Single:       _______           Family:     _______
Total cost:   ____________

(Please tick one of the following)
Type pf payment: Cheque____  Cash ____  B/Card ____  M/Card____  Visa____
Name on Card: _________________________ Expiry Date: __ __ / __ __
Card No.      __ __ __ __   __ __ __ __   __ __ __ __   __ __ __ __
Signature:    ______________________________________________________

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Basketball: Shooting Hoops

High vs Kings

High VS Kings Term 1 2007-(last time)

1st LOSS 65-52 H.WALKER 14
3rd LOSS 19-35 B.SUN 8
4th WIN 27-16 A.WANG 9
5th WIN 23-16 A.NG 6
6th WIN 43-17 D. HUANG 12
7th WIN 46-6 R.TRAN 9
8th WIN 18-15 J. HSIAO 3
16A LOSS 38-34 A.YANG 12
15A LOSS 29-24 J.SUTTON 12+’BEST D’
15B LOSS 28-30 V.VO 14
15D WIN 29-17 H.VI 8
15E LOSS 9-24 Z.GUO 4
14A LOSS 24-23 A.YE 9
14B WIN 24-22 A.CHIN 11
13A LOSS 23-15 D.LIANG 5
13B LOSS 29-2 N.NAN 2

Term 4 2007-(This week)

1st LOSS 96-60 S.DONG 16
2nd LOSS 55-40 J.RAJENDRAM 8
4th WIN 42-31 G.YANG 8
5th WIN 27-22 J.LEE 8
6th RAIN    
7th RAIN    
8th RAIN    
16A LOSS 25-36  
16B LOSS 27-29  
15A LOSS 26-35 A.YE 9
15B LOSS 22-23 A.JAIN 7
15C RAIN    
15D RAIN    
15E RAIN    
14C LOSS 23-33 H.LIN 8
14E LOSS 22-24 W.HO 6
14F WIN 26-21 B.LEE 10

 2nd Grade Table

                Played  Won     Lost    For     Against Points
St. Ignatius'   3       3       0       161     117     6
Kings           3       3       0       168     138     6
High            3       2       1       154     147     5
Newington       3       2       1       149     157     5
Shore           3       1       2       169     132     4
St. Joseph's    3       1       2       137     151     4
Scots           3       0       3       151     166     3
Grammar         3       0       3       124     205     3

The 3rd grade co-captain competed well against Kings. The team looked uncomfortable with the strange rubber ball used and the new Kings 9 million dollar facility. This resulted in 2 turnovers near the start of the game and seemed to intimidate many teams over the weekend. As the game progressed, Chris’ agile and sharp movements allowed him to control the ball smoothly and safely. Chris started ripping through the entire Kings defence scoring good easy baskets and raised the team morale – contributing vitally to the team. The crowd were into the game and it wasn’t long until the mighty 3rd grade had another victory. Expect to see Chris obtain a double-double this season soon!
B. Hayman

Team captains:
Please send in match reports to Mr Hayman by lunch time Monday. Share around how your team’s going and some of the highlights of your game!

Cheering for High:
Once again High is playing on the home courts against Shore! It’d be good to have the roped off section near the PE office filled with our students this week! Come this Saturday and chant for our teams! Our first and seconds will definitely appreciate and need it! Shore are currently second in the AAGPS.

Shootin’ hoops pictures:
Any great photos for basketball or if you feel like creating a new logo for this weekly article, feel free to email it to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Keep in mind that in the printed version everything is in black and white whilst the PDF on the internet is in full colour.

Highlights from 3rds and 4ths
Wilson Szet sneaked through King’s tight defence managing to snatch an offensive rebound and at the same time (whilst still in mid air) shot the ball in the basketball. I guess that’s an Off-the-board alley-oop? In the final 30seconds of the 4th grade game, point guard Adrian Ang kept great handles on the ball and stalled for the last shot. The defender failed to even reach close to the ball and finally was forced to foul him committing the 8th foul on the buzzer.

3rd Grade Match Report Against Grammar
3rd grade came across a tough athletic team that was both much taller and bigger than them. This advantage was further enhanced that Kings was playing on their new home court gym. With both these factors in hand, High was held down and forced into turnovers at the start of the game. This caused our minor loss of 6points at one stage. However High picked up its game again and chased Kings back to a draw by half time. In the second half High started to reveal its strength. Wilson Szet and Jeffrey Wong came off the bench to sink some easy shots whilst Chris Tang stole the ball off their guards and dished it up the court for some easy lay-ups. Before long High was up by a good amount of points and secured it till the buzzer winning 35-25. Special mentioning must go to Wilson, Jeffrey and Chris for their outstanding field goal % and equal top scoring with 8points each. Also to Jacky Chen’s great defence, knocking out the opponent’s pass more than twice within 2minutes.

~Brought to you by Johny Shih
~Thank you to Mr Hayman for all his contributions to basketball and information .

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High Cricket Bulletin

Last Saturday we were greeted with the sad news that Ben Encel’s father had passed away during the week and I would like personally and on behalf of the High Cricket Committee and cricket community, pass on our deepest sympathy to his family as our thoughts go to them.

Last Saturday was also the completion of Round 1 for Group 1 Teams and High achieved 2 WINS, a DRAW and 2 LOSSES in our first outing for the 2007 /2008 season. The pleasing note to those results is that it indicates we are emerging as a cricketing school with an emphasis on youth in our overall strategy. In addition players are receiving recognition for their skills and improvements by way of more consistent coaching in the team format which helps develop the team’s mind set to say “we know how to win!! “ Congratulations to all members of the 1st XI who achieved a well planned and earned win over St.Joseph’s which will give us momentum as we face the highly fancied Shore 1st XI in Round 2. Also a well done to Hugh Howey in his preparation of the team for their first match

The 15A’s with a modest score of 110 on the board at the completion of Day 1 and with Joey’s at 2 -21 were in for a scrap on Day 2. With the score at 4 -89 St Joseph’s felt it was a forgone conclusion but an unbelievable team effort and fight back by High saw Joey’s lose their last 6 wkts for 17 runs leaving them 5 runs short of a win!!!. Congratulations to all and to their coach Mr.Andrew Fuller.


1st XI HIGH 8 -150 (decl.) -defeated- ST JOSEPH’S 10 -132
Starting the day at 4 -76 chasing 132, High wanted to stick to the same game plan by making St Joseph’s bowl to them. High got to 4 -90 before 2 quick wickets fell to have High then at 6 -90. The High batsmen then consolidated and after losing another wicket at 105, we needed 19 runs to win with 3 wickets in hand at tea. Karan Rao and Brian Kelly then guided the team to victory with some very confident and intelligent batting. Our innings was declared at 8 -150. Joey’s could not dismiss High who batted for 110 overs. This victory should provide much confidence going forward but the next game vs Shore at their ground is another step up. Report from team coach Mr.Hugh Howey.

2nd XI HIGH 4 – 21 -drew with- ST JOSEPH’S
The weather and the fact that the CP Trust closed all grounds, probably saw High rescued from an uphill fight on Day 2 when the ground was closed at 10-15 am due to weather and soft surrounds around the centre square. However a draw is a bonus as we split premiership points with St Joseph’s.

3rd XI ST JOSEPH’S 7 -288 -defeated- HIGH 10 -69 & 10 -96
High wkt takers Nick Lindeback 2-40(9), Damien Tse 1-41 (8) and Anthony Hopkins2-51(8). Run scorers 1st Innings were Kevin Lam 16, Nick Lindeback 14 and Toby Rosengarten 9, Follow-on 2nd Innings Ritam Mitra 51 and Damien Tse 18 n.o.

16As ST JOSEPH’S 4 -275 -defeated- HIGH 10 -88 & 6 -77
From the team Coach:
It was a sad day to be advised of the bereavement in Ben Encel’s family but unfortunately this cannot be said for certain members of the team who decided not to turn up thus letting down themselves, the team and the School. High was represented by only 6 regular players plus 2 who came from another game to assist and included in the regular 6 was Ben, who showed great character making who 20 and 8 n.o over the 2 innings. Mrs Encel was on the sidelines for support. Shejil Kumar also displayed application scoring 30 for his highest score in cricket. As a result of last Saturday the places of those not attending will be open for selection to players who are committed to support their team and school.

15As HIGH 10 -110 -defeated- ST JOSEPH’S 10 -106
After being on the verge of being called off High stayed on and finally got on the ground 2 hours later. St Joseph’s were cruising at 4-89 and with just 22 runs to get for victory and looked comfortable but High kept encouraging each other pulled off a remarkable victory and bowling Joey’s out 3 runs short of our total. Nakul Bhagwat took 4 -13 (4 overs), Michael Phung 2 -2 (4) and Saif Haque and Hashan Subasinghe collected one each to finish with 2 wkts each for the match. See Cricket Website for interesting match report.

14As No match report received.

All matches for 4th XI, 16B, 15B, 15C,15D, 14B and 14 C teams were abandoned prior to the commencement times due to the wet weather and waterlogged grounds. Well done to the junior players who rang to check as to whether games would be played to ensure their attendance was not required.

All players are advised that when wet weather has preceded match day or is present on match day, they must check the WET WEATHER TELEPHONE Lines which can be found with the GROUND LOCATIONS for all of the GPS Schools on the Cricket Website. In addition as soon as we receive cancellations we a message is flashed on our website. PLAYERS MUST ATTEND LOCATIONS at all other times.

The response to families willing to take billets during the 5 Highs Carnival has been very poor to date with only 9 billets advised. This event is drawing closer and we need your support in this area. A reminder that if you can assist please email me at… This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

We had to cancel the proposed bus support for both Kings and St Joseph’s last Saturday due to insufficient bookings. We need a MINIMUM of 20 passengers whether they are cricketers or their parents to justify booking a driver for 5 hours that is required. Only 5 requests were received for last Saturday that does not justify a bus. Now that team contact lists are being raised and with the ongoing cricket programme on the Cricket Website there is no excuse for players not to inform themselves of upcoming matches and locations and plan ahead, this would indicate if bus transport would be required, or if car pooling was available.
Laurie Heil
MIC Cricket

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Year 7 Immunisation Program 2007

  • Hepatitis B – second dose for students who received their first dose earlier in the year
  • Varicella [chickenpox] vaccine – for students who were absent when this was administered earlier in the year

Vaccinations for Year 7 students will take place on

Monday 19 November 2007

A team of specially trained registered nurses will be visiting the school.

Next week boys will be issued parent information kits. If you would like your son to be vaccinated, please complete the Consent Form in the kit and return completed forms to the collection box in the Main Office. Alternatively, boys can bring the forms with them on Monday. Boys who do not bring the completed consent forms will not be able to take advantage of this free service.

Further information about the program including translated material for parents is available at www.health.nsw.gov.au 

After the boys have been vaccinated they will be given a Record of Vaccination to take home so that you can keep their immunisation records up to date.

If you have any queries, please contact Mr Beringer.
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SBHS Chinese New Year Celebration

23 FEBRUARY 2008

The School Development Committee and the P & C invite you to celebrate the New School Year and the Chinese New Year (The Year of the Rat).
On Saturday 23 Feb 2008
Asian food, Entertainment, Music, Prizes, Lion Dance, etc

We need your help to make this a fantastic evening for the school community.

We would love to have donations from Businesses (particularly involved with the School) to give as small prizes on the night, or items that would add to the enjoyment of the night.

We need volunteers to help in all phases of the preparations e.g. give ideas, help in setting up, decorating and clearing etc.

We would like you to put the date in your Diary and come to the party.

To help please contact Charles Ovadia on 0412 560 511 or 9386 1221 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  
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Canteen Price List

Open Hours
8:30 am - 1:40 pm
8:30 to 9:00 a.m :-
* a time to place lunch orders
* breakfast is available It is to your advantage to pre-order lunches: it saves waiting in queues and ensures you get what you want.

Sandwiches and Rolls

Filling Sandwiches Rolls

Orders Only
cheese & salad $ 2.20 $ 2.80
chicken & salad $ 3.20 $ 3.80
corned beef & salad $ 2.60 $ 3.40
egg & salad $ 2.50 $ 3.00
ham & tomato $ 2.40 $ 2.80
ham & salad $ 2.60 $ 3.00
roast beef & salad $ 3.00 $ 3.50
salmon & salad $ 2.80 $ 3.50
vegemite $ 1.20 $ 1.50

Orders and over-counter sales

Filling Sandwiches Rolls
buttered roll   $ 1.20
cheese & tomato $ 1.50 $ 2.00
chicken & coleslaw $ 2.80 $ 3.50
chicken & lettuce $ 2.80 $ 3.50
corned beef & tomato $ 2.40 $ 2.80
Dagwood   $ 3.00
curried egg & lettuce $ 2.20 $ 2.50
egg & lettuce $ 2.20 $ 2.50
roast beef & tomato $ 2.50 $ 3.00
roast beef, seeded mustard & lettuce $ 2.50 $ 3.00
salad $ 2.00 $ 2.50
chicken or lamb yeeros wrap   $ 5.50
Mini wrap
- chicken & caesar
- chicken & coleslaw
- chicken & tabouleh
- lamb & tabouleh

$ 2.80
$ 2.80
$ 2.80
$ 2.80

Available on brown or white extras 20c

Sushi -  
 - chicken
 - beef
 - tuna
 - salmon
 - veg
  $ 2.60

Cakes Muffins and Fruit

custard tart $2.20
choc chip/Anzac cookies $1.00
Chelsea bun/cupcake $2.00
muffin $2.60
apple, orange $0.80
fresh fruit salad $2.20
finger bun $1.80
banana bread $1.40

Hot Food

Orders and over-counter sales

cheese & spinach puff $2.40
chicken & corn roll $1.30
chicken puff $2.50
chicken Halal pie $3.40
garlic bread $1.50
lasagne/ravioli/macaroni & cheese $3.00
meat pie (sauce +20c extra) $2.60
pizza pocket $1.60
pizza rounda $1.80
pizza slab $2.30
potato pie $3.40
sausage roll $1.80
chicken burger $4.00
sweet chilli chicken sub w/sauce $3.50
hot chick/mayo roll $3.50
hot chick/mayo sandwich $2.80


300ml plain milk $ 1.10
300ml flavoured milk $ 1.70
600ml plain milk $ 1.70
600ml flavoured milk $ 2.40
mineral water $ 1.40
Powerade $ 3.00
Diet 375 ml Coke/Lift/Sprite $ 1.80
600ml Diet Coke/Sprite $ 2.60
Aroona-carbonated spring fruits water $ 1.70
Berri - Long Life Juices $ 1.70
Deep Spring Mineral Water $ 2.00


Cereal bowl $ 2.00
Hot chocolate $ 1.00
Cheese toast $ 1.00
Cheese & tomato toast $ 1.20
Cheese & bacon bun $ 2.20
Croissant - ham & cheese $ 2.40
Raisin toast $ 1.00
Bacon & egg muffin $ 3.00



In addition, various sweets and
are available over the counter

Prices effective 16/7/2007

Minor prices changes will occur as a direct
result of increases by suppliers

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