This Week at St Kevin's

25-May-2017

  • Work on the extension to the Chapel of St Kevin and the Tooronga Sports Fields continued.
  • Kenny students with Mr Dash assisted with the preparation and serving of breakfast at St Mary’s House of Welcome in Brunswick.
  • Year 6 students went on an excursion to Environment Community Park, East Brunswick.
  • Tennis and Diving Premiership Celebration took place.
  • Fathers’ Association met.
  • Hockey Cotton Cup was conducted.
  • Years 7-9 SKC/LMH Junior Musical “Shrek Jr” was performed over three nights.
  • Glendalough students enjoyed Author in Residence, Jane Goodwin.
  • Staff completed First Aid Training.
  • Reconciliation Meetings were held for parents of Year 3 students.
  • McCarthy students with Mr Mitchell assisted with the serving of dinner at St Peter and Paul’s in South Melbourne.
  • Korowa/SKC Musical “Legally Blonde” was performed over three nights.
  • Year 10 Community Service continued.
  • Cusack students and Mr Bylsma assisted at the Breakfast Program at Trinity Primary School in Richmond. 
  • St Vincent de Paul students, with Ms Power and Mr Valladares, assisted with tutoring at EREA Refugee Centre in St Albans.
  • National Simultaneous Storyline was held at Glendalough in all Homerooms.
  • Cycling and Touch Premiership Celebration Luncheon took place.
  • New Staff held a lunch meeting
  • Students and Mr McGirr attended Legacy Public Speaking Competition.
  • Glendalough Open Morning was held.
  • Friday morning Mass was celebrated.
  • Year 12 Legal Studies went on an excursion to County Court.
  • GMA Meeting took place.
  • Year 12 students were addressed by Mr Edward Tutor, Executive Director of Melbourne Indigenous Transition School.
  • Annual St Kevin’s Art Show opened.
  • Purton students, accompanied by Mr Davenport, assisted at the Police and Community Recreation Program in Richmond.
  • Rahill students with Mrs Wallace and Mr Wallace, assisted at the Fitzroy Reading Program for Refugees.
  • Mr Spada and Kearney students assisted with tutoring of students at St Ignatius Refugee Program in Richmond.
  • APS Sport was conducted for all teams.
  • Forty Years of SKC Basketball was acknowledged with Students v Old Collegians match and celebrations.
  • Staff completed Professional Development in Middle Years Drama, William Angliss College Courses, Mental Health in Schools and Education Outdoors Conference.