College Alumni enjoy reunion atmosphere at annual AGM

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in News, Timeline

The stormy weather didn’t dampen the spirits of our effervescent alumni as they were out in full force on Saturday 3 November for their annual mass, reunion and AGM.

Bubbles were flowing as the group recapped the year’s success, shared stories and rang the school bell in honour of our 150th anniversary.

The event also provided the opportunity to thank and farewell the committee’s co-presidents, Brigitte Gralak and Brigid Shea, who are stepping down from the role at the end of this year, and congratulate Alyssa Barrett, who will be taking the helm as president in 2019.

Photos from the day can be viewed on our online gallery here.

The St Mary’s College Alumni Association is always willing to welcome new committee members, as well as ideas for future functions. If you would like to be involved, please contact the College’s Community Relations team: 

Marching for girls’ education

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in News, Timeline

On Saturday 3 November the College’s Justice Action Network rallied together again to make a change. This time it was to raise awareness for equal and fair access for all girls to education.
Students marched from Franklin Square to Parliament Lawns holding banners.

Once arriving at Parliament Lawns, we joined with students from Mackillop College, The Friends’ School and Sacred Heart College to share songs, poems and speeches about the issue of girls’ education.

Isabella Cox (Year 9) was our fantastic MC, and Shea Williams and Stella Barnhoorn (Year 12), made notable contributions. Two politicians from our community also spoke at the event – Jo Siekja, Labour MP and Helen Burnett, Greens MP.

More photos from the day are available to view on our online gallery.

Students hit the ground running at All Schools Track and Field

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in Sport/Activity Featured, Sport/Activity News, Timeline

Georgia Chambers (Year 9).

The 2018 Tasmanian All Schools Track and Field event went off with a bang on 27-28 October, with a number of St Mary’s College students competing and recording some superb individual performances on the day.

In a major coup for the College, Liana Kenna and Claudia Williams (Year 10) both earned selection in the 2018 Australian All Schools Track and Field Championships to be held in Cairns from December 7-9.

Girls U18
Liana Kenna – 1st 100m
Claudia Williams – 1st high jump, 4th javelin

The following St Mary’s girls also competed at carnival and achieved top three finishes:

Girls U16
Olivia Read (Year 8) – 1st hurdles
Georgia Chambers (Year 9) – 3rd 1500m.

Girls U14
Lauren Shelton (Year 7) – 1st discus, 2nd shot put, 2nd javelin, 3rd hurdles

Junior School results

Jessica Smith (Year 5) – Silver  800m, Silver 1,500m. Jessica has also been selected as part of the State team for the 2018 School Sport Australia Track and Field Championships, held in Melbourne.
Isobel Gray (Year 5) – 5th 100m and 200m, 4th long jump, 2nd high jump and bronze in the combined event (100m, 800m, shot put and long jump).

All girls performed exceptionally well and represented themselves and St Mary’s College with determination and sportsmanship.

Year 5 Waratah gets behind oral recycling program

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in Featured News, News, Timeline

Hobart Family Dental is a family owned dental business that provides for people of all ages. They have recently started a new ‘Oral Recycling’ program that provides Hobart with an opportunity to recycle dental products such as toothbrushes, floss containers, toothpaste tubes and caps and other packaging. Schools all around Hobart have been asked to participate in this program, and St Mary’s have wholeheartedly taken up the request.

In the Student Services Office there will be a box for you to discard of your old toothbrushes, toothpaste tubes and floss containers instead of disposing of them into landfill. By throwing away these items, you are damaging the environment. Around 2,000,000 toothbrushes go to landfill every year just in Tasmania!

By giving your old toothbrushes to Hobart Family Dental, these objects can be re-purposed into new plastic items. Imagine all that plastic from 2 million toothbrushes; it can endanger so many animal species if they come across it in landfill. Hobart Family Dental are showing respect to the environment, and you can too by donating your old dental products and packaging.

Grace Marshall, Madeleine Ambrose, Sophie Kelly, Eliza Daley and Bianca Nichols.

The Fountain Newsletter – 14 November 2018

Written by SMC Administrator. Posted in Featured News, News, Newsletter, Timeline

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