One in five Australian children go to school without having had breakfast, so commencing this Friday the 8th of March PCC will hold a free breakfast club with all year levels welcome. Come down to The Space for a free healthy breakfast proudly sponsored by Semper Dental. Breakfast Club will run every Friday morning 8-8.35am.
We would like to encourage parents and guardians to help donate towards this great program by purchasing breakfast products such as sliced bread, spreads and muesli bars and sending them to school with your children where they can be collected and put towards running our breakfast club.
Community Youth Worker
New departmental guidelines require Point Cook College to notify parents as soon as practicable on the same day of any unexplained absence.
We must must advise parents promptly of unexplained absences:
Beginning Monday August 6, after the first roll marking each morning, the school will identify students with an unexplained absence.
Our SWPBS matrices are almost complete. The purpose of the staff and community matrices is to support the student Expected Behaviours Matrix and you should be able to see clear links between all three. They will essentially operate as a 'code of cooperation' within the College.
We invite you to view the matrices attached below.
Expressions of interest are now open for years 7-9 students wanting to participate in an AFL umpiring course.
YEARS 7-9 AFL BASIC UMPIRING COURSE
Interested in being a leader and learn key life skills such as communication, decision making and being a role model? Do you enjoy working with children or just love footy and sport? If so, this opportunity could be for you. Oh, and what’s even better it can even be added onto your Resume to assist in gaining future casual employment.
Every second year our College is excited to collaborate with AFL Victoria to bring our students a unique opportunity to grow and build on their leadership skills. Now in its 5th year, the opportunity has proven to be extremely popular amongst our students with now well over 80 boys and girls having completed the course. So many of our students have had great sense of personal achievement with some even going on to work on weekends as field and boundary umpires earning valuable pocket money. Our student involvement even made The Age newspaper in 2013.
What the experience offers:
Saturday 27 July (StKilda vs Melb) aprox 6.00pm meeting time at Marvel Stadium (6 students)
Sunday 28th July (Bulldogs vs Freemantle) aprox 11.30 am meeting time at Marvel Stadium (6 students)
Saturday 3 Aug (Ess vs Port) aprox 12.15pm meeting time at Marvel Stadium (6 students)
Saturday 3 Aug (Melb vs Rich) aprox 6.00pm meeting time at MCG (8 students)
Please note this course is only available to 26 students both boys and girls.
For further information contact Mrs Jo Siketa (P.E Team) or your homeroom teacher.
Register your interest by Friday 31st May 2019