Principal's Log

Principal's Log

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The Future Problem Solving teams, under the leadership of Mrs Jo Belchamber, have begun preparing for this year’s competition. For their practice problems, students will explore the topics of International Travel and Sleep Patterns. If successful in this round, students will then move to the Qualifying stage and compete against other schools from across Queensland, exploring the topic of Gamification. Following this, there’s the opportunity to compete at the National Finals for a place in the international competition. We wish the students for this year’s competition well and also senior student Charles Box, who will travel to the United States in June to represent Australia after winning his division at the National Finals in 2019.

We congratulate our senior students Nicholas Sarvari, Ryan Price, Brooklyn Graves and Anna Kraschnefski who represented themselves and the College well at this year’s Lions Youth of the Year competition conducted by the Currimundi and Caloundra Clubs. We thank Mrs Tina Cox for her support and leadership of these students.

We look forward to celebrating International Women’s Day with our community at breakfast this Friday. As we come together we recognise the very significant contribution that women make within our families, our community and in the world. We thank the many women who give so much to make our community a great place in which to grow and learn.

May God grow empathy within us and enable us to be people who lift others to be the best they can be.

Dr Bronwyn Dolling, Principal