Secondary News

Freeza Art Competition

D. Watson

The Freeza Art Competition entry is open for 2019.  Any students who are aspiring artists and would like the chance to win $100 can enter.  The conditions of entry are on the back of the application form available from the school front office. The closing date is the 29th July 2019.  Successful works will be displayed in an Exhibition at the Mildura Visitors Centre, next to the Waves. 

2019 Sunraysia Youth Committee

C. Blackie

Congratulations to our 2019 Student Representative Council (SRC) Executive Member Bree and also former students Jack and Riley for stepping up and taking on this important role representing youth in Sunraysia!  In the following photo meet the 2019 Youth Committee who are currently working hard on volunteering opportunities for young people and planning for this years Youth Expo. 

Matt Golding, Eliza Bessell, Bree Antonie,Georgia Leutner, Elissa Neyland, Jack Smith, Sana Hashimi, Rivers Watson & Riley Robertson, with Sana HashimiElissa NeylandLa Trobe UniversityRed Cliffs Secondary CollegeMildura Senior College and Merbein P-10 College.

 

Semester Two Electives

H. Rayson

Year 8-10 students have an opportunity to change their electives if they are not what what they expected.  Changes can be made from now until the end of  Week 1 in Term 3.  After this, allocations are final and changes will not be made except in special circumstances.

In the Sunraysia Daily

R. Holy

Our amazing Year 8 dance group performed at the Mildura Eisteddfod and were featured in the Sunraysia Daily 

 

Doctors in Secondary Schools

Remember our doctor’s room is open every Tuesday from 10am–3pm for secondary students.  Student appointments can be made through staff at the school or by calling the Merbein Family Practice on 03 5025 2511 or students can simply drop into the rooms at recess or lunch on Tuesdays. This is a great service, not just when students are sick but for things like prescriptions, asthma and anaphylaxis plans, catch-up immunisations, mental health and any other issues facing secondary students.  Students will need to give their Medicare Card details to the GP clinic.  An easy way to do this is for the student to take a photo of the card on their phone.  Parents do not need to attend appointments with students but are very welcome to come along if the students wish.