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Year 5: Festival of Voices July 1-3

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Book now for Year 7 College tours

        St Mary's College welcomes new families interested in a Year 7 enrolment to attend a tour on the following dates. Please email enrol@smc.tas.edu.au to reserve your tour place. Wednesday 26 June 9.40am 11.00am 1.40pm Wednesday 3 July  9.40am 11.00am 1.40pm If these times do not suit you, Enrolment Officer, Fiona Medwin, will contact you during Term 3 to reschedule.
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Year 9 elective students get a taste of business

Year 9 Business Studies students will operate six stalls on the College Green on Thursday 20 June at recess and lunch (smoothie sales also available before school). Students have been busily preparing for the $20 Boss program during Term 2. This program has been funded by the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) and gives each student $20 of start-up capital to create, launch and operate their own enterprise. Please note...
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SVC and SMC performs The Wizard of Oz

Students from St Virgil's College and St Mary's College will perform in The Wizard of Oz at the Joyce Performing Arts Centre (St Virgil's College). The show will run from 31 July to 3 August 2019. Book now at www.trybooking.com/BCMHE. 
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Returning or buying your Entertainment! book

Your 2018 – 2019 Entertainment! book has now expired! Please also return any remanding Entertainment! books, that were sent home in April, to Student Services as soon as possible. If you would like to purchase a book, but haven’t yet received one, please do so from here. Your 2018-19 Entertainment! book expired on 1 June.
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Runners excel despite cool weather

Runners excel despite cool weather

On Thursday 30 May the College competed in the Southern SATIS Cross Country Carnival, which was held at a very chilly Pontville Recreational Grounds. We had some amazing individual results with Cate Clingeleffer (Year 7) and Georgia Chambers (Year 10) taking out first place in their respective events. In the Age Group pennants, the College recorded the following results: U13 – 3rd U14 – 5th U15 – 2nd U16 –...
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EXC Year 4 to Freemason’s Nursing Home

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Yrs 3-6 Term 3 Sport Options in the Junior School

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Jump Rope for Heart 2019

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EXC Year 1 – 18.6.19

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Surfers hang ten!

Congratulations to St Mary’s surfers who, despite the cooler weather, achieved some awesome results at the recent School Surfing Championships held at Clifton Beach. Year 9: Mary Clingeleffer Samantha Rickwood Zali Kingston Millie Lane Amelia McMahon Emma Fenner Claire Ransom Olivia Read Year 7: Cate Clingeleffer A special mention goes to: Mary Clingeleffer (Year 9) who placed fourth in the Under 16 division two fiberglass board category. Samantha Rickwood (Year 9) who...
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College championing the spirit of diversity

There was a pop of orange at St Mary’s College recently as students joined their hearts and hands together for the school’s annual Harmony Day celebrations. With more than 10 per cent of Tasmanian residents born outside Australia, event organiser Nicky Wakefield said it was important for students to recognise, and celebrate, the benefits of a multicultural society. “At St Mary’s College it’s important that Harmony Day’s message, ‘everyone belongs’,...
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Green team introduces Nude Food Fridays

The St Mary’s College Green Team is pleased to announce that from now, every Friday is a Nude Food Friday. Using too much plastic kills animals and hurts our environment, so every little bit we can do will help. By 2050 it is estimated that there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Five trillion plastic bags are used each year – that’s 160,000 per second, and Australians...
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Expression of interest for Board Members

Expressions of Interest for the position of Board Member are now being invited. Overall the Board plays an important role in providing sound governance to the College and supporting the Principal through providing strategic advice with respect to: Ensuring the school’s vision guides all areas of school life. Supporting the development of the Catholic identity, ethos and mission of the school. Contributing to the development, implementation and evaluation of proposals...
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EXC Year 3 27.5.19

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EXC Year 6 Banksia and Kinder Wallabies 15.5.19

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