This Week at St Kevin's

02-Mar-2017


  • Kenny students with Mr Dash assisted with the serving of breakfast at St Mary’s House of Welcome in Brunswick.
  • Year 5 students went on Camp.
  • Mr Bylsma, Mr Whitehead and 27 Year 10 students attended the Engineers At Work Program.
  • Dr Wayne Tinsey, Executive Director of EREA, addressed the Assembly and presented to the College, our formal accreditation as a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice Tradition.
  • Year 11 Studio Art students had an Artist In Residence, Mr Robert Hague.
  • Basketball Association met.
  • Kenny House Pizza and Film Night was held.
  • Mr Segal and Kearney students donated blood at the Red Cross.
  • McCarthy students and Mr Keenan assisted with the serving of dinner at St Peter and Paul’s in South Melbourne.
  • Year 7 students received their immunizations.
  • Shrove Tuesday Pancakes were available for students.
  • SKOCA meeting took place.
  • Year 8A-D classes were on Retreat.
  • Ash Wednesday Liturgies were conducted across all campuses.
  • Swimming lessons were held for Prep students.
  • Cusack House students, with Mr Langan, assisted at the Trinity Primary Before-School Program in Richmond.
  • All Year 10 students completed Community Service.
  • Staff Conference took place.
  • Combined Associations meeting was held.
  • Year 10 students completed the Keys Please Program.
  • Students from across Melbourne attended the Archbishop’s Conversation with Student Leaders which was hosted at St Kevin’s College.
  • New Staff Luncheon was held.
  • Year 10 Music students went to a rehearsal at the MSO.
  • Year 12 Theatre Studies excursion to the VCE Top Acts took place.
  • Cusack Green Dance was celebrated.
  • Friends of Art met.
  • Staff completed EREA Break Every Yoke Program.
  • Board Meeting took place.
  • Year 11 Legal Studies Course Planning was completed.
  • Friday morning Mass was celebrated in the Chapel of St Kevin.
  • Aviation students attended the Avalon Air Show.
  • Nepal Fundraising BBQ was held.
  • Year 12 students were addressed by Old Collegian, Dr Chris Wright, in the Guest Speaker Program.
  • Year 11 Theatre Studies students went to the VCE Top Acts.
  • Year 10 Dancing Classes continued with Loreto, Mandeville Hall.
  • Rahill students with Mr Korac assisted refugees at the Fitzroy Reading Program.
  • Purton students were accompanied by Ms Pelle in assisting at the Police and Community Recreation Program in Richmond.
  • Mr Spada and Kearney students assisted with tutoring of refugee students at St Ignatius in Richmond.
  • APS Sport was completed.
  • Year 7 Instrumental Auditions were conducted.
  • Years 6 and 7 Parents enjoyed a social function.
  • Staff completed Professional Development in Lego Robotics and at the Yarra Careers meeting.