Newsletter Term 1 Issue 2, 2015
The Government Dental Service located in
Spencer Park and Yakamia provides dental
care for students up to year 11. If parents
Term One has nearly drawn to a close
would like to utilise this service they must
and Easter is upon us. We wish everycomplete an application form through one
of these outlets. Any enquiries can be dione a Happy Easter and an enjoyable
term break. Term two is the start of win- rected to Spencer Park 9841 3967 or Yakamia 9841 3498
ter sport. Please make sure registrations are in if your child or children are
participating. Mike Schuts will be relieving in Northam for term two and Matt
Baines will take over as Manager in Albany for the term.
AIC and BAHA
TRANSWA - Albany to Esperance
We are still waiting for confirmation
from Centrelink from a number of
parents relating to the Assistance for
Isolated Children. Boarding Away
from Home allowance forms are also
available if AIC has been approved ,
these are available from Sandie at the
Transwa has added a service to cater for the
road between Albany and Esperance. This facility is a return service, running once a week.
Drop off points include Manypeaks, Wellstead,
Boxwood Hills, Gairdner and Jerramungup.
See below for times.
FOR ALL ENQUIRIES PHONE: 1300 662 205
April @ 3pm
Note: Not a
29th May to 1st
Manager: Matt Baines 0410 616161
Managers email: [email protected]
MAIL: PO BOX 1402, Albany, WA, 6331.
Supervisors PHONE: 98421007
Supervisors FAX: 98421604 (Permissions)
Supervisors email: [email protected]
Administrator: Sandie Smith
Administration PHONE: 98421007 (Mon - Fri 8.30 to 3pm)
Admin email: [email protected]
ARC Term 1 Student Activities and Outings
Year 12 Camp
Our 2015 Student Council Members have been chosen! Congratulations go out to the following Year
Group representatives: Year 7 - Paige Lock,
Year 8 - Dean Crowley, Year 9 - Tess Shields,
Year 10 - Jayde Walker, Year 11 - Luke Newman,
Year 12 - Jai Davidson, as well as Head Boy and Girl
- Rhye Stevenson and Elle Trevenen.
The meetings will take place every 2 weeks, and will
provide a platform where students will have the opportunity to research and recommend strategies, activities
and practices aimed at improving their quality of life at
On March 6th, our Year 12’s headed up to Perth and
spent the weekend with Mitchell Bell. They had
great time catching up, going out for a steak lunch, ice
skating, as well as hanging out at Mitchell’s place.
Sunday morning saw them take in the sights and
sounds of the bustling Fremantle Markets, before it
was back on the bus for the ride home.
Pictured right are the Scavenger Hunt Teams >
A Scavenger Hunt was held on Sunday March 15th. Students formed teams and headed off into town with a
time limit to find as many items and take as many photos on their Hunting List as they could. In the end there
were only a few points separating the teams and the
lucky winners were Yvette Della Vedova, Tia Davidson
and Krystal Stephenson. Well done!
Year 11 Camp
On Friday March 19th we packed the Year 11’s off to
Denmark for a relaxing weekend, They took in Greens
pool for a swim as well as welcome sightseeing involving ice cream, toffee and chocolate!
Saturday March 28th students ran their own social. Bright colours and thumping beats were the
order of the day. Well done to Travis, Karma,
Shenaya, Aroha and Teana for all their hard work.
The evening was a great success!