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    Semester One Reports
    by Andrew Bryson - Friday, 22 June 2018, 4:58 AM

    Semester One Reports will be available to all families on Friday 22 June via the Parent portal on MyMarcellin. Families will receive an email informing them when their son’s report is available to access.

    To access your son’s Semester One Report please log on to the Parent portal using your personal log in details. This will allow you to view your son’s report and copies of previous reports.  For direct access to this section of MyMarcellin please click on the link below:

    Parent portal 

    Semester reports are designed to provide feedback on a range of areas related to ...

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    VET In Schools (VETis) – Classes Wednesday 27 June / Mid-year Reports
    by Andrew Bryson - Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 1:53 PM

    Students who are studying a VETis program at an external TAFE or school are reminded that classes will continue during the first week of the Marcellin school holidays. All students are expected to attend their respective programs on Wednesday 27 June. Should a student not be able to attend, parents will need to contact the College informing them of this absence.

    All families will receive a mid-year report for their VETis program. Please note, these are collated from TAFE’s and host schools of programs early in Term Three, prior to being sent to families.

    If you have any questions about the above information or any queries regarding your son’s involvement in the VETis program over the coming weeks, please contact Ms. Fran Davey (VET Coordinator) via email or at the College on 9851 1589.

    With the end of term upon us, I’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate your son on his achievements this semester. I’d also like to thank you for your support as we continue to work in partnership in supporting your son to fulfil his potential as he strives for the highest with virtue and courage.

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    2019 Subject Selection
    by Andrew Bryson - Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 1:51 PM

    In Term Three Year 9 and 10 students will begin working through the subject selection process in preparation for 2019.  Year 7 and 8 students will also begin considering their subject choices for next year.

    We believe it is important that for your son to fulfil his potential, it is important that he is able to make the most informed decision about his future pathway based on his strengths, interests, further study options and possible career choices. 

    We also believe that supporting your son through subject selection is a partnership and a number of key events are scheduled ...

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    Faith Matters
    by Carolyn Young - Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 12:54 PM

    Held annually, Refugee Week doesn’t receive the national attention of events supporting the resolution of some social justice issues in our country. Yet to honour our call to live as Marists it is imperative that we do not ignore the marginalised people seeking the safety of our shores. The theme of this year’s National Refugee Week reflects our Marist commitment to solidarity – it’s #WithRefugees Today, arguably as much as ever, we need a global movement to demand the safety and rights of refugees are protected. In Australia it is the responsibility of our Government and each one of us to ensure people forced to flee from their homes can live with dignity and with hope. As we look forward to our term break, let us offer prayers of gratitude for our opportunities and safety, and also a prayer that we, and our leaders, remember to treat all people as God’s children – human beings who are individuals, not statistics, flesh and blood, not problems to ignore: "Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me" (Matthew 25:40, 45, NIV). 

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    School Memories - By John Paphazy OC 1957
    by Nicholas Moloney - Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 9:55 AM

    Brief Career Details:             

    • Principal and Teacher in Victorian Government Secondary Schools
    • Teacher in a private UK school                                                                                                                     gfhtxfthj
    • Senior Administrator in Victorian Education Department
    • Crunching our way along the gravel drive at 21 Canterbury Road one hot

    Crunching our way along the gravel drive at 21 Canterbury Road one hot Saturday afternoon in the summer of 1950, my mother and her 10 year old son came across a chap in overalls and battered boots tending a garden bed in ...

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