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Assembly News Dated 23rd May 2018

23/05/2018
Assembly : Wednesday, 23rd May 2018
Assembly was opened by Mrs Kennedy
Senior Plays: Four of our talented students performed a small skit to promote our Senior Plays which are happening on Thursday, 31 May and Friday, 1st June.  Tickets are now available from the College office - $5 for students and concession holders and $10 for adults. 
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea: HSSC’s Student Representative Council (SRC) are inviting staff and students to participate in this event which is being held next Tuesday, 29th May in the undercover area near the canteen.  Everyone is invited to bring along a treat to share for morning tea with their friends (e.g. cupcakes, a bag of chips and preferably nothing that requires heating or cooling).  Students can wear a flash of yellow (a ribbon, a tie, shoelaces) and will have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities from best cupcake decoration contest, to a 3-legged race. Students can earn House points for participating and as this is a fundraiser, we would appreciate if every student also brings a gold coin donation, to help with the school’s donation to support the Cancer Council. We hope to have a fun day and contribute to finding a cure. Please note that this is not a free dress day.
Guest Speaker – Leila Fisher: The White Ribbon Foundation is a domestic violence prevention agency which helps promote healthy relationships.  The ‘Breaking the Silence’ Schools Program run by White Ribbon Australia supports schools to bring about a commitment to stop violence. Leila Fisher from White Ribbon Australia spoke to students about what a healthy relationship should be like.  For more information click here: https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/WR_BreakingTheSilenceBrochure1_Schools.pdf
Certificate I in Construction II: Hannah (no media permission for surname) from Year 11 was presented with her Certificate I in Construction II.  This certificate earns Hannah two points towards her QCE. Well done Hannah.
Values Certificates: Responsibility Certificates were awarded to the following students -
Year 7 :     Sasha Willis and Jude (no media permission given for surname).
Year 8 :     Hannah Maunder, Josh Green, Seth McMahon, Will Parker, Ashley Farhadi, Jaime Caldwell and Ben (no media permission given for surname).
Year 9 :     Aiden Willis, Zac Stritch-Hoddle, Jasmine Kelly and Caleb Murphy.
Year 10 :   Eligh Dungey, Lucca Coutts, Matilda Keenan, Kate Beahan and Nadine Jones.
Year 11 :   Cameron Gray, Matthew Culleton, Jusinta King, Harrison McKay and Kilian Keenan.
 
Responsibility Certificates were also awarded by Ms Beningfield to the following students for their dedication to rehearsals and for an excellent performance at the 2018 Toowoomba Eisteddfod: -
 
Hannah Stopford, Mackenzie Alden, Ellanore Radloff, Paige Kelly, Emily Strout, Lilly Faulkner, Macca Cox, Max Cadzow-Smith, Emily Chambers, Kate Beahan, Brianna Robertson, Lauren Thornton, Eligh Dungey, Mitchelle Eastment, Matilda Keenan, Nadine Jones, Claire Scrivenor, Natasha Scamp, Chelsea Sibley and Emelia Wingrave.
Human Powered Vehicles (HPV): Mr Odell and the Junior Team (Year 8 and 9 students), who have constructed a recumbent HPV, demonstrated on assembly what a HPV can look like.  The HPV on display is to be raced later in the year once construction is complete. Mr Odell encouraged our senior students to come to a meeting at second break tomorrow in K41 to form ideas and get involved.
Wednesday Afternoon Sport: Interschool sport students were reminded to meet at the school gate at 1:00pm today to be transported to their venue.
Kokoda Challenge: There is a meeting today with Mr Dyson at first break in E11 for students who are interested in participating.
STEP Meeting: Students involved in this program are reminded to attend a meeting today at first break with Mr James.
Assembly was closed by Mrs Kennedy
Photographs from today’s assembly will appear in the next newsletter.