East Doncaster Secondary College Newsletter

08 February 2019
Issue One
Principal's Report
Principal's Report
Important Dates
School Council Elections
From the Office
Health Centre News & Lost Property
Music News
Middle School News
Middle School Staff
Senior School News
Senior School Staff
Parents and Friends Association
Canteen Menu
Community Announcements/Events
East Doncaster Secondary College
(03) 9842 2244
20 George Street
Doncaster East, Victoria, 3109
AU

Principal's Report

Vale Philip Gardner

It is with great sadness that I share with you the news of the passing of Philip Gardner, Principal of East Doncaster Secondary College from 2001-2008.


Philip was passionate about education and his role as an educator. He devoted over 40 years to service in the State education sector and had a 21 year association with our College as a teacher, Assistant Principal and Principal.

 

Philip’s leadership of our College was significant and reflected a period of growth in our student numbers, substantial facility improvement and curriculum innovation.

 

Since retiring in 2008, Philip had remained in close contact with many of our teaching and education support staff and remained active in education with his work for Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals.

I know that this news has had considerable impact on our school community. He was a friend, teacher, colleague, mentor and leader to many of us.

 

Philip’s funeral service was held last Thursday at the Heidelberg Golf Club. A large number of past and present staff members from EDSC attended this service which was an uplifting, fitting celebration of his life.

 

 

On behalf of the College, I extend a message of sincere sympathy to Philip’s wife, Gabby and his extended family.

 

Principal's Report

From the Principal

Welcome to a new school year - I hope that all of our College community experienced a safe and enjoyable holiday period.

 

We are delighted to welcome back all of our students for a successful and exciting 2019, and offer a special welcome to the 262 Year 7 students and their families. I am confident that our current students will welcome our new students in accord with our College value of care and compassion, making them feel welcome and helping them to make friends quickly.

 

Importantly, our classes settled very well this week – our first full week of scheduled classes, and I was delighted to witness classrooms full of energy, curiosity and purposeful teaching and learning.

College Leadership

I am pleased to introduce our Leadership Team for 2019;

 

Principal Class

John Roberts – Principal

Karen Boyle – Assistant Principal (Teaching and Learning)

Cameron Campbell – Assistant Principal (Student Wellbeing and Engagement and Operations)

Jas Kaur – Assistant Principal (Staff Development and Internationalising Education)

Leading Teachers
Kate Leaumont – Senior School Coordinator, Justin Bond – Middle School Coordinator, Paola Malatesta – Curriculum Coordinator, Tegan Pohl – Teaching and Learning – Pedagogy, Steve Hoffman – Timetable / Staffing, John Rainbow – Mathematics,  Jarrod Sturnieks – English, Paul Williamson – Science/STEM, Lucy Marshall – Learning Performance, Brett Lamb – Learning Technologies, Kerryn Murray – Student Voice & Community Engagement

New and Returning Staff to EDSC

I am also very pleased to welcome the following teachers who are either returning from extended leave or starting with us for the first time in 2019:

 

Michael Perks - English

Rachel Apps – English

Jaimee Holten – English

Christina Varmis – OE/PE/HPD

Yi Cao – Chinese

Justin Bond – HPD/PE

Klint White – Commerce/Hums

Brandon Wood – PE/Health

Allison Billington - Commerce/Hums

Amy Magrin – Design Tech/Art

Vicky Papaioannou – Art

Peggy Wan – International Student Program aide

Thanh Dam – International Student Program aide

Jane Petty – Daily Organiser/College Events

Liselle Pote – Head Start Cluster Director

Tom Novak – English/EAL

School Performance 2018

As mentioned in the final Newsletter of last year, our VCE results at the conclusion of 2018 were outstanding.


A sincere congratulations is extended to the ‘Class of 2018’ for their efforts and achievements.

 

Four of our students achieved a perfect study score of 50 – Christine Chen in Business Management and Jayden Zhang, Firas Hadeed and Elmarie Kock, all in their Further Maths subjects.

 

Our mean VCE study score was 32.

37% of our students received an ATAR over 80.

Indeed, twenty of our students achieved an ATAR of 95 or higher. 

Our Dux of the College in 2018 was Christine Chen who gained an ATAR of 99.55. Christine worked extremely well during the year and it was great to see that her effort, application and maturity towards her studies was so richly rewarded.
 

We are extremely proud of the achievements of our students and the dedication of our teachers in supporting them throughout their time at East Doncaster.

Such results strongly reinforces the direction we are taking to seek continual improvement in student learning outcomes at our College, and is a credit to students and teachers alike.

School Council Elections

Parents are invited to read the attached information about School Council Elections and consider whether they are able to make a tangible contribution to our College community by engaging in the overview and policy development of East Doncaster SC. Further information is on our website. Feel free to call me if you would like to discuss any matters related to our School Council.

10 Year Anniversary of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires

Yesterday (7 February) marked the 10 Year Anniversary of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires, which was one of the most significant disasters Victoria has experienced.

 

Although East Doncaster Secondary College was not physically impacted by the fires, we did have past and present staff and students who were affected. It is important that we note this and continue to support each other and our local community in that regard.

 

This mark of ten years allows us, as a College, to reflect upon and remember the 173 people who died in the bushfires, and to learn about how the fires changed the lives of so many, and how communities have rebuilt.

 

To mark this moment, we observed a minutes silence at 12.00 pm on Thursday. As instructed by the State Government, our College flags were posted at half-mast for the entire day on Thursday.

Outstanding Student Achievement

Year 12 students from 2018, Chris Lecnik and Lize Myburgh have been selected for the prestigious VCE Top Screen.

 

Top Screen is an exhibition of the best films from VCE Media students, including short fiction, animation and documentaries. Chris and Lize’s work was selected from over 300 entries submitted from the thousands of students who study VCE Media. Close to 4000 students from across Victoria see Top Screen every year.

Chris and Lize both enjoyed a very successful VCE here at EDSC and it is tremendous to see that their application, hard work and creativity, aspects we certainly associated with them as students, have been recognised in this regard.

 

A special mention is also afforded to their Year 12 Media teacher, Brett Lamb, for the wonderful effort he displayed towards all of his Year 12 Media students and his level of technical expertise that assisted Chris and Lize in completing such a fine body of work in their Media studies.

 

It is also with pride that we note our Year 10 student, Anthea Zervos, has been awarded the Australian Scout Medallion. Anthea, who is a member of the 6th Box Hill Venturer Unit, achieved this award in recognition for being judged to be outstanding in the five sections of Scouting. Only a very small percentage of Scouts in Australia receive this award, so it is fitting to acknowledge Anthea on such a fine achievement.

 

Congratulations, also, to Kristy Arulrajah (Year 10) who has been selected to represent Victoria in the U15 National Cricket Championships to be held in Canberra from 19-27 February.  We wish Kristy all the best for the Carnival and acknowledge her achievement in gaining selection.

John Roberts

Principal

1 to 1 Digital Learning Policy 2019

 


Creating a Culture of Curiosity

Our school’s purpose is to develop passionate learners who are critical thinkers with the confidence and capability to engage in the global community.

 

Care and Compassion, Curiosity, Excellence, Fairness, Resilience, Respect and Teamwork are the core values that underpin the culture of our school as we embrace the challenges of 21st Century learning.

Important Dates

Important School Term Dates 2019

Term 1 2019

Monday 11 February - Music Information Night 7:00-9:00pm PAC

Wednesday 13 February - ELC Officeworks/Westfield Mall Excursion

Wednesday-Thursday 13-14 February - Year 12 Ascent Program to Deakin University

Monday 18 February – School Photo catch up day - Period 1 only

Wednesday 20 February - Year 7 Family Social/Information Evening 6:00-7:30pm EDSC Upper                                                                        Courtyard

Monday-Tuesday 25-26 February -11OE1 - Brisbane Ranges Minimal Impact and Rock Climbing Camp

Monday-Wednesday 25-27 February - Year 7 Angelsea Camp 7G,7H,7I,7J,7K

Wednesday-Friday 27 February-1 March - Year 7 Anglesea Camp 7A,7B,7C,7D,7E,7F

Thursday-Friday 28 February-1 March - 11OE2 - Brisbane Ranges Minimal Impact and Rock Climbing                                                                                         Camp

Monday 11 March - Labour Day Public Holiday

Tuesday-Wednesday 12-13 March - 10OE3 - Great Ocean Road Camp #1

Thursday-Friday 14-15 March - 10OE2 - Great Ocean Road Camp #2

Tuesday 19 March - Staff Professional Afternoon - all students dismissed at 12:40pm

Tuesday 19 March - VCE Top Class Music Excursion to Melbourne Recital Centre

Friday 22 March - VCE Top Arts Excursion Unit 1 & 3

Wednesday 27 March - College Open Night - 6:00pm

Wednesday 3 April - Parent/Teacher/Student Interviews from 1:30pm

Friday 5 April – Last day Term 1 -  all students dismissed at 2:30pm

Term 2 2019

Tuesday 23 April – First day of Term 2

Friday 28 June – Last day of Term 2

Term 3 2019

Monday 15 July – First day of Term 3

Friday 20 September  – Last day of Term 3

Term 4 2019

Monday 7 October – First day of Term 4

Friday 20 December  – Last day of Term 4

 

School Council Elections

Letter to parents 6 February 2019

 

Letter to students 6 February 2019

 

EDSC Council election process and timetable 2019

 

EDSC Call for Elections Feb 2019

 

6 x nomination forms

 

From the Office

Student Accident Insurance

Parents and guardians are reminded that the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development does not provide personal accident insurance for students while at school or during any school related activity including camps and excursions.

 

Parents and guardians are responsible for paying the cost of medical treatment for injured students, including any transport costs. Student accident insurance policies are available from some commercial insurers. These cover a range of medical expenses not covered by Medicare or private health insurance. It is also highly recommended that families have Ambulance Victoria Membership Cover if it is not included in your private health cover. Ambulance costs are very expensive and are not covered by Medicare

CSEF - allocation reminder

If you have already applied for the Camps, Sports and Excursions (CSEF) Fund at the College, please remember to advise us to allocate these funds against the next Camp, Sport or Excursion event that your child is required to pay for.

 

CSEF funds will not automatically be allocated. You  need to advise us which events you would like these funds to be allocated against.

 

Please call the General Office on 9842 2244 if you require any more information.

Payments to the College

Students can make payments at the following times: 8:00am-8:45am, recess, lunch and after school. Parents may make payments from 8:00am-4:00pm.

 

When making payments in cash please ensure that the correct money is enclosed in the payment envelope, as many students do not come to collect their change.

 

All payments for excursions must also include the permission form in the payment envelope and be returned to the General Office prior to the excursion payment due date.

 

Parents are reminded that receipts for payments are no longer being issued.  A statement showing payments made will be provided upon request from the General Office. For payments that are tax deductable, receipts will be posted home.

 

If a parent requires a printed receipt, this must be requested in writing on the payment envelope. Receipts will be posted within 14 days of the transaction.

 

All cheque payments are to be made out to ‘East Doncaster Secondary College’  and not ‘EDSC’.  The bank will no longer accept cheques made out to EDSC.

 

Do not hesitate to contact the General Office if you have any enquires regarding the College Charges or if your account details have changed.

Student Absences

If a student is unable to attend school, is going to be late or needs to leave early, the school must be informed of ALL absences, whether it be illness, appointments, holidays or any other reason.  You can do this via the following options: 

 

The easiest way is to Login to Compass with your Parent Login and  ADD A PARENT APPROVAL .

Click here for Compass Login

 

Calling the absence line BEFORE 8:30am on the day of the absence. Phone:  9842 2244 (dial option  1)

 

Sending a note with the student for early departures.  Teachers will not allow students out of class without a note or an approval on Compass.

 

For an extended time of absence, including holidays, the attached 'Student Absence Notification' form needs to be filled in and returned to the General Office.

 

 Any unexplained absences will be followed up with an SMS notification if their child/ren are absent without an explanation. Please do not reply to this SMS as this service is not available.

 

Phone messages from students will not be accepted.

 

Unwell Student Reminder

Please remind your child to ask their teacher if they can visit the school Nurse in the Sick Bay if they are feeling very unwell during school time and need to go home.  Students are not to contact parents directly.  Our Nurse will contact parents and ensure that correct protocols are followed.

Late Passes/Leaving Early

Students arriving late must go straight to the General Office to sign themselves in via the Compass Kiosk otherwise they will be recorded as absent and a text message will be sent out.

 

Students must carry their EDSC Compass Student Card with them at all times. It is necessary to use this card to sign in and out via the Compass Kiosk. If a student has lost/misplaced their card they must replace it by placing an order online through Compass.

 

Students will not be permitted to leave class and sign out without having an approval on Compass or presenting a note from a parent/guardian to their teacher.

 

This note needs to be put in the box beside the Kiosk in the General Office when the student signs out.  An approval can be loaded on Compass instead of providing a note, however this must be loaded before the time of the student’s departure.

Excursion/Sporting Reminder

Please be reminded that all students in Years 7-10 are required to attend classes if they return from an Excursion/Sporting event early.  They are required to attend classes even if the event has finished earlier than expected.  They are required to stay until 3:15pm.

Student Lunches

Just a reminder to parents that we are unable to deliver lunches to students during school time.  If your student has forgotten their lunch, it can be left at the General Office but it is the student’s responsibility to come and collect it. 

 

Hot food is not suitable to be left at the office.  PLEASE NOTE:- Take-away food is not allowed during school hours.

Student/Library Cards

Please remind all students that they must carry their Student/Library Cards with them at all times.

 

ALL students must sign in/out with their card at the General Office when they are arriving late or leaving early for any reason.

 

The cards are also used for any student photocopying that is done at school.

Student Locker Security

We would like to remind Parents and Students that it is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their locker is securely locked at all times.

 

Students who have not arranged to supply a suitable padlock for their locker will be asked to purchase one from the General Office.

 

All students from Year 7 to 12 have an iPad or laptop for school work that must be kept secure.  Please refer to the 1-to-1 Learning Program policy for further information on Caring for 1-to-1 devices. Replacement combination padlocks are for sale throughout the year from the General Office for $20.

 

The school will not be held responsible for items that are not properly secured in lockers.

Parent Details

Have you moved house or changed phone numbers?

If so, please remember to fill in a ‘Change of Details’ form. A form can also be collected from the General Office.  Please return this form as soon as possible. It is important that we have your most current details for general purposes and in case of an emergency. It is also important that you keep your mobile phone and email address details up to date on Compass. This is to ensure you do not miss out on vital information including student attendance alerts.

 

School Jumper/Jackets

PLEASE NOTE:  It is important to name your students’ jumpers/jackets!

 

If a student loses their jumper/jacket and it has their FULL name CLEARLY marked, if it is found it will be returned directly to the student during class. 

 

These jumpers are expensive and there are many left around the College grounds after sport and after lunch.  Wherever possible, they will be returned if they are labelled with the student’s full name.

Changes to Secondhand Uniform Sales

East Doncaster Secondary College has been successfully utilising the company Sustainable School Shop for the sale of secondhand books for several years.  Second hand uniforms are now also sold via the Sustainable School Shop. 

 

For information on how to sell your uniforms through the Sustainable School Shop, please see the attached flyer or go to www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au

Please note that the College will continue to accept good quality uniforms for donation to Student Wellbeing.

Health Centre News & Lost Property

Immunisation Dates

Yr 7 - Round 1 – HPV and DTP – 21 March 2019

          Round 2 – HPV dose 2 – 28 October 2019

 

Yr 10 – Meningococcal ACWY

Rose Howarth

Health Centre

Lost Property and naming school clothes

This is a timely reminder to ensure that you have all your children’s articles of clothing named in a legible manner. This includes lunch boxes, drink bottles and pencil cases. Over the course of each term the lost property bin overflows with articles of clothing that we are unable to return to the owner as they have no name on them.

Tori McCumiskey

Health Centre

Music News

Music Information Night for New Students

This year’s Music Information Night is on Monday evening 11 February beginning at 7pm in The Performing Arts Centre. This is an opportunity to learn about the Instrumental Music Program at EDSC and enrol to learn a new instrument.

 

Parents and students will hear performances by some of our school music ensembles, and students will be given the opportunity to try out the instruments.

 

Tuition places are limited on some instruments, and preference will be given to students who attend this event.

Students from all year levels are welcome to attend.

Instrumental Music Lesson Re-enrolment 2019

Re-enrolment will shortly close for students who were learning an instrument at EDSC in 2018. As always, places are limited on most instruments and we encourage you to re-enrol as early as possible to reserve a place before our new Year 7’s enrol in Week 3.

 

Re-enrolment can be made:

  • Directly through the Compass Parent Portal (surcharge applies)
  • Using the re-enrolment form and paying at the General office. Forms are available from the Music office.

Any students wishing to start learning a new instrument should enrol at Music Information Night on Monday 11 February.

Lessons and Ensembles Starting

Please check Compass for your instrumental music lesson and ensemble rehearsal times. For those who have paid the Instrumental Music levy, most lessons will have commenced this week. Ensembles will start rehearsing during weeks 2, 3 and 4. Remember; if it’s on Compass, IT’S ON!

 

Ensemble rehearsal times for 2019:

Beginner Band – Friday 7:30am

Chamber Strings – Tuesday 3:30pm

Concert Band – Thursday 7:30am

Diamond Divas – Wednesday lunch

Guitar Ensemble – Wednesday 3:30 as scheduled

Junior Strings – Monday 3:30pm

Percussion Ensemble – Wednesday lunch

Senior Vocal Group – Friday 7:30am

Stage Band – Tuesday before school (pre-production) then 3:30pm (post production)

String Group – Monday 3:30pm

Symphonic Band – Wednesday 7:30am

Vox Pack – Tuesday 7:30am

School of Rock - Congratulations Ethan Stephenson

Ethan Stephenson, Year 8, is finishing up his starring role in Melbourne’s School of Rock this weekend. Ethan has been one of three actors playing Freddy the drummer, and for those who have seen the show during it’s Melbourne run, you will know it’s a highly entertaining production of amazing standard, with the kids playing live on stage. School of Rock finishes on Sunday 10 February.

Upcoming Events

Monday 11 Feb – Music Information Night

Carl Williams

Instrumental Music Administrator

Middle School News

2019 Year 7 Anglesea Camp dates

Mon-Wed 25-27 February - 7G,7H,7I,7J,7K

Wed-Fri 27 February-1 March - 7A,7B,7C,7D,7E,7F

Year 7 Social Evening - Wednesday 20 February 6-7:30pm

Parents and guardians are invited to the 2019 Year 7 Social Evening and BBQ, Wednesday 20 February at the College UPPER courtyard 6pm-7.30pm. This night offers families a chance to come into the College, meet parents and teachers and enjoy a pleasant social evening. The year level team will speak to families about the upcoming year 7 camp and answer any questions you may have.

 

We thank the College Interact team (supported by Rotary) for preparing the BBQ on the night.

 

While a sausage in bread will be provided, families are also encouraged to bring their OWN FOOD on the night. If you choose to do so, we ask you to be mindful of the meals you bring. There is no capacity for you to heat up a meal. The College asks all members of the community to avoid bringing foods that are highly allergenic and please bring your own drinks and note that this is an alcohol free event.

 

Parents and carers of our EDSC year 7 students are asked to complete the attached survey so that the College can determine community interest in the year 7 social evening. Students are welcome to attend (a down-ball competition and games will be held throughout the night) with their parents ONLY and are not to come on the night without a responsible family member.

 

Please complete the survey even if you do NOT wish to attend the night so that we can account for numbers.

 

We look forward to seeing you on 20 February!

 

Tina Marchant

Transition Coordinator

1 to 1 Digital Learning Program 2019

In 2019 we will continue with our whole school 1 to 1 Digital Learning Program for all students. Our Year 7 students will be required to purchase a laptop and our Year 8 and 9 students will continue to use an iPad.

 

The purchase of these devices is crucial to the learning program as students will access eBooks rather than an extensive number of expensive textbooks. Our Year 10, 11 and 12 students require a laptop.

 

Details of the 1 to 1 Digital Learning Program for all students and important information regarding suitable devices are detailed in the attached policy.

 

Middle School Study Sessions - Years 7-9

Students from Year 7 to 9 are invited to join the 'Study Sessions' on Tuesday nights from 3:30pm - 4:30pm in the 400 block.

 

Please fill in and return the attached Permission Slip if you want your child to attend.

If you have any questions about these sessions please speak to Justin Bond.

Breakfast Club

Every Wednesday morning at 8:00am in The John Landy Centre.  

 

Hot drinks and food provided, games played and an opportunity to meet students from other year levels.

 

See you there!

 

Middle School Staff

 

Head of Middle School

Justin Bond

[email protected]

 

 

Year 9 Coordinator

Clare Hartley

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 9 Coordinator

Adam Robb

[email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 8 Coordinator

Brigid Fahey

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 8 Coordinator

Georgina Walter

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 7 Coordinator

Emily Embery

[email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 7 Coordinator

Emily Mathews

[email protected]

 

 

 

Transition Coordinator

Tina Marchant

[email protected]

 

 

 

 

Middle School Secretary

Lin Dalben

[email protected]

 

Senior School News

Elevate Education Parent Seminar – 21/2

As we embark on another busy year, we are fortunate enough to  have some guest speakers from Elevate Education present workshops to our Year 11 and 12 VCE students about how best to organise their year and form an effective study timetable.

 

Established in 2001, Elevate has drawn upon over 15 years of research into the habits of the country’s top students to develop high impact seminars and workshops to help students improve their study techniques, increase motivation, build confidence, and lift exam performance.

 

One of the presenters from these sessions has kindly offered to come to school on Thursday 21 February at 7:00-8:00pm in The John Landy Centre. We invite all parents/guardians of VCE students to attend.

 

The Parent Seminar is designed to complement the student workshops and provide a forum for parents to develop some strategies in order to further support their students from home.

 

If you have any questions about this presentation please contact myself at the school via email:

[email protected]

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

Kate Leaumount

Head of Senior School

1 to 1 Digital Learning Program 2019

In 2019 we will continue with our whole school 1 to 1 Digital Learning Program for all students. Our Year 7 students will be required to purchase a laptop and our Year 8 and 9 students will continue to use an iPad.

 

The purchase of these devices is crucial to the learning program as students will access eBooks rather than an extensive number of expensive textbooks. Our Year 10, 11 and 12 students require a laptop.

 

Details of the 1 to 1 Digital Learning Program for all students and important information regarding suitable devices are detailed in the attached policy.

 

Senior School Staff

 

Head of Senior School

Kate Leaumont

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 10 Coordinator

Naomi Creelman

[email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 10 Coordinator

Cassandra Brock

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 11 Coordinator

Paul Basford

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 11 Coordinator

Sally Polidano

[email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 12 Coordinator

Lynette Smith

[email protected]

 

 

 

Year 12 Coordinator

Jonathan Davies

[email protected]

 

 

 

Senior School Secretary

Toni Willoughby

[email protected]

Parents and Friends Association

EDSC Parents and Friends Association

Welcome to a new year at  EDSC!

 

You are invited to The John Landy Centre at 7pm on Monday 25 February to meet our current committee members. We will have time to chat about how this dynamic group supports the College and explain the positions available for 2019.

 

Following this meeting, starting at 7:30pm we will be having the AGM. All committee positions  will be declared vacant, including President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Communications Officer and General Members.

 

The Parents and Friends Committee is an informal, friendly group of interested parents who provide assistance at various school functions throughout the year such as information nights, school production, parent/teacher interview days etc. We also fundraise with a focus to raise extra funds to use on worthwhile projects that will benefit the college community.

 

Come join us, be involved and stay informed about the exciting events that take place in our child's school.

Christine Merrick

President Parents and Friends Association

 

Canteen Menu

Canteen

Students are reminded that the College Canteen is open before school from 8:30am until 8:45am, then again at Recess and Lunchtime only.

Community Announcements/Events

Shoes with a Purpose - from State Schools' Relief

State Schools' Relief are now selling great priced, quality 'Student's Choice' leather shoes from as little as $45.00.  See flyer attached.  (PLEASE NOTE: Sneaker Skate Shoe is not a part of the EDSC Uniform)

Available online now and in store at 16 outlets across Victoria, including our Dandenong South site.

 

These shoes are perfect for both Primary and Secondary students and come in a huge range of sizes.  

Doncaster Rovers Soccer Club

 

Run Warrandyte Fundraiser - 3 March 2019

 

Doncaster Basketball Club

 

Lower Templestowe Scouts

 

Beverley Hills Junior Football Club

 

East Doncaster Secondary College Newsletter
2019 Years 7-12 1_1 Program.pdf
2019 Years 7-12 1_1 Program.pdf
Study Session flyer.pdf
2019 Years 7-12 1_1 Program.pdf
Student Absence proforma.pdf
Chinese_Student Absence proforma.pdf
FactSheetforParentsandCarers.pdf
Change of Details Form updated October 2017.pdf
Secondhand Textbook and Uniform Trading Flyer East Doncaster Sec Coll .pdf
DRSC Females 2019 v1c - Red.pdf
Doncaster B'Ball - Registration Day.pdf
DoncasterTC flyer for schools.pdf
Run-Warrandyte-2019-A4-schools.pdf
Run-Warrandyte Fundraising-Creation.pdf
scoutad_feb19.pdf
BHJFC Flyer.pdf
Sales in The John Landy Centre
Letter to parents 6 February 2018 letterhead.pdf
Letter to Parents School Council Elections 6 February 2019.pdf
EDSC Council election process and timetable 2018.pdf
EDSC Council Election Process and Timetable 2019.pdf
EDSC Call for Elections Feb 2018.pdf
EDSC Call for Elections Feb 2019.pdf
2018 School Council Election Nomination Form For DET Employee.pdf
2018 School Council Election Nomination Form For Parent Member.pdf
2018 School Council Election Self Nomination Form For DET Employee.pdf
2018 School Council Election Self Nomination Form For Parent Member.pdf
Nomination form for DET Employee Member Category.pdf
Nomination form for Parent Member Category.pdf
Nomination form for Student Member Category.pdf
Self Nomination form for DET Employee Member Category.pdf
Self Nomination form for Parent Member Category.pdf
Self Nomination form for Student Member Category.pdf
Letter to Students School Council Elections 6 February 2019.pdf