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MIDDLE ROAD, (PO BOX 1261)DEVONPORT Phone: 6420 8100. email: reece.high@education.tas.gov.au NEWSLETTER Issue 8 17
MIDDLE ROAD, (PO BOX 1261)DEVONPORT Phone: 6420 8100. email: reece.high@education.tas.gov.au NEWSLETTER Issue 8 17
MIDDLE ROAD, (PO BOX 1261)DEVONPORT Phone: 6420 8100. email: reece.high@education.tas.gov.au NEWSLETTER
MIDDLE ROAD, (PO BOX 1261)DEVONPORT
Phone: 6420 8100.
email: reece.high@education.tas.gov.au
NEWSLETTER

Issue 8

17 December 2009

From the Principal

Congratulations to all those students who received recognition for their achievement in a number of fields at the recent Grade 10 Leavers Assembly and the final assembly - as I often say “nothing is for nothing” in this life. There are many students who will not necessarily be recognised publicly for their achievement but we know that they have worked very hard to improve their literacy both in class and with additional support, or made great progress in numeracy or just learned to get along better with other students. We all know that happy healthy students is important but it is just as important that you can read, write and comprehend what is happening in the world around us and know how to connect to other people in the community. We all need to belong, we all need to be part of something and we all need to learn how the bits fit together.

The Prefect Board for 2010 and the Head Prefects are :

Mieke Lizotte and Ben Ollington

Mitch Walker Mieke Lizotte Brodie Sheahen Kaiden Stone Ben Ollington Abby Goninon Bradley French Sarah Baird Olivia Stolp Danieka Coleman Stewart Carter

Teegan Davies Trenton Allan Rebecca Blackwell Megan Brumby Kate Hambleton Thomas Brooke Lauren Turale Lauren Clarke Adam Dougan Kate Leiper James Lucas Ryan Travers

They have already completed their Mindmatters Youth Empowerment training and I am sure they will do a great job. The Prefect Induction ceremony will take place early in 2010.

I would like to publically acknowledge the work of the School Association. This year they have worked with the staff and students to redevelop some very key policies in particular the Schools Value Statement which outlines how we will all behave and relate to each other within the school community.

Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the

Reece High School

Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the
Statement which outlines how we will all behave and re late to each other within the

Families who need to purchase new school uniforms for their students will notice some changes and although it probably sounds simple to select new items of uniform it is quite complex. We have to have value for money, good quality and a reliable supplier. Casey Frimley and Bernadette Hodgetts worked with the School Association surveying students and scouring the market until they found what we believe is an excellent product.

The School Association is hard at work organising the catering for the Breathe of Life Concert. All funds from this go back into Reece High School and a proportion of the funds from the sale of concert tickets also goes back to the school. We need you to get behind this - further details are available in the newsletter.

The School Association have also been heavily involved in the ground redevelopment and the building projects.

The School Association needs your support and we will be seeking nominations from interested community members early in 2010. The AGM will be held on 18 March 2010 (tbc).

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs Karen Smith who has completed her

turn as chair and will not be standing for re-election. Karen has been an excellent ambassador for our school and has always publically demonstrated her pride and belief in Reece High School, the opportunities we provide and the achievements of our students

This year has been a mixed year for our staff. We have farewelled Mrs Bernadette Hodgetts who was part of our team for 15 years. We have had a number of staff with ongoing health or family issues which we hope are resolved in the near future. We have welcomed ‘Archie Johnston’ into the Reece family and the family will also be expanded in early February with the birth of Nicki and Richard Heathcotes’ child. We have also offered our condolences to Gavin and Tina Smith whose daughter Mia was stillborn. Tina will be returning in 2010.

At this stage we are farewelling Corinne O’Halloran, Ben Freshney and Anna McKenzie, we thank them for the contribution they have made to our team. Mr. Peter Bird is going on long service leave from the beginning of the school year until Easter.

I wish all a happy and safe festive season and look forward to working with the community in 2010.

an d look forward to working with the community in 2010. Sheree Vertigan Principal Awards Principal’s

Sheree Vertigan

Principal Awards

Principal’s Award Grade 7: Courtney Dowling Principal’s Award Grade 8: Kiara Daly Principal’s Award Grade 9: Kate Leiper

Grade 10 End of Year Assembly

Half Colours

Recipient

Literacy

Ethan Barron

Literacy

Jakob Smith

Literacy

Carlie Howlett

Literacy

Joel Lawler

Literacy

Kim Richards

Literacy

Maddison Lawler

Numeracy

Madeleine Cole

Numeracy

Shannon Gardner

Numeracy

Chelsea Brodel

Numeracy

Janeta Brain

Numeracy

Jaymie Davis-Cook

Numeracy

Jerry Rockliff

Numeracy

Zoe Clarke

Integrated

Thalia Bellinger

Arts

Loni Schramm

Arts

Luis Fantarella

Arts

Steven Lewer

Arts

Alex Grant

Arts

Jade Grgurevic

Arts

Jeremy Scott

HWB

Jamie Hughes

HWB

Caitlyn Walker

Technology

Danalea Connell

Technology

Shaun Howell

Literacy

Amy-Lee Baldock

Eco Venture

Amy-Lee Baldock

Technology

Bethany Burk

Integrated

Bethany Burk

Numeracy

Dion Jones

Integrated

Dion Jones

Integrated

Kendra Dowling

Numeracy

Kendra Dowling

Literacy

Matthew Smith

Integrated

Matthew Smith

Integrated

Trystan Lehman

Technology

Trystan Lehman

Numeracy

Chelsea Nichols

Academic

Chelsea Nichols

Numeracy

Lucy Knowles

Academic

Lucy Knowles

Integrated

Denieka-LeeBrunssen

Academic

Denieka-Lee Brunssen

Literacy

Aaron Smith

HWB

Aaron Smith

Numeracy

Aaron Smith

Literacy

Danielle Hooper

HWB

Danielle Hooper

Numeracy

Danielle Hooper

Integrated

Taylor Jackson

HWB

Taylor Jackson

Eco Venture

Taylor Jackson

Full Colours

Recipient

Prefect Certificates

Literacy

Literacy

Literacy

Numeracy

Integrated

Technology

Arts

Service

Service

Eco Venture

Eco Venture

HWB

HWB

Cricket

Eco Venture

Integrated

Integrated

Literacy

Numeracy

Academic

Literacy

HWB

Numeracy

Service

Integrated

Literacy

Integrated

Literacy

Numeracy

Academic

Abbie Smith Aiden Stalker Chelsea Brodel Cynthia-lee Bowman Luis Fantarella Christopher Smith Lucy Knowles Alex Grant James Sharman-Harris Caitlyn Walker Kim Richards Chelsea Nichols Madeleine Cole Marc Simonds Bradley Cannan Bradley Cannan Steven Lewer Steven Lewer Alissa Nutting Alissa Nutting Trent Coleman Trent Coleman Trent Coleman Denieka-Lee Brunssen Denieka-Lee Brunssen Denieka-Lee Brunssen Elyse King Elyse King Elyse King Elyse King

Luis Fantarella

Chelsea Nichols

Glen Spencer

Kim Richards

Caitlyn Walker

Tama Rakei

Danielle Hooper

Nikola Snell

Sophie Smith

Joel Lawler

Timothy Kariotis

Trent Coleman

Aiden Stalker

Marc Simonds

Amy-Lee Baldock

Abbie Smith

Matthew Thompson-Purton

Bradie Leonard

Jamie Hughes

Rhys Evans

Alex Grant

Trystan Lehman

Taylor Jackson

Madeleine Cole

Learning Service North West Academic Awards

Trent Coleman

Elyse King

Sophie Smith

Alissa Nutting

R.R. Burke Memorial Awards

Head Prefects

Luis Fantarella & Chelsea Nichols

Merit Certificates Jeremy Rockliff Madeleine Cole John Walker Jason Morice Breelea Bakes Alex Mynott Hayley
Merit Certificates
Jeremy Rockliff
Madeleine Cole
John Walker
Jason Morice
Breelea Bakes
Alex Mynott
Hayley Belbin
Olivia Hillier
Hayden Kleinman
Natalie Little
Bradie Leonard
Thalia Bellinger
Danalea Connell
Brady Lillico

Grade 10 Principal Teacher Awards Encouragement & recognition for effort & endeavour

10A

Aaron Smith

Taylor Jackson

10B

Bethany Burk

James Sharman-Harris

10C

Carlie Howlett

Steven Lewer

10D

Jamie Hughes

Kirsten Johnson

10E

Glen Spencer

Stephanie Flood

10F

Dion Jones

Aiden Stalker

Grade 10 End of Year Assembly

Major Prizes

Dame Enid Lyons Memorial Award - Outstanding all-round achievement - Chelsea Nichols

Eric Reece Memorial Award - Outstanding all-round achievement - Luis Fantarella

City Of Devonport Lions Club Awards – Academic and sporting achievement and service to the School

Amy-Lee Baldock and Jakob Smith

School Association Awards – Best academic results - Sophie Smith and Alissa Nutting

Rex Batt Memorial Award – Achievement in studies and sport - Joel Lawler

Tascot Carpets Award – Outstanding merit - Kendra Dowling & Kim Richards

Peter Viney Leadership Award – Significant contribution to school leadership - Trent Coleman

Hector McFie Memorial Award – Student of good character, exemplary behaviour and who shows

consideration for others - Danielle Hooper

Australian Defence Force 2009 Long Tam Leadership and Teamwork Award – Leadership, teamwork and

contribution to the community - Trystan Lehman

University of Tasmania Bursary – Springboard to Higher Education - Denieka-Lee Brunssen

Rotary Club Devonport South East Award – High endeavour - Abbie Smith

Devonport Masonic Lodge Award – High Endeavour - Bradley Cannan

Devonport Masonic Lodge Award – Exemplary behaviour - Sandy Graham

Commonwealth Bank Award – Most improved - Brendan Denby

Punnilerpanner Award – To recognise an indigenous student for citizenship and endeavour - Caitlyn Walker

Minister for Education’s Pride in Our School Award – Positive contributions to the Reece High School

Community - Sophie Smith

Optomeyes Award– Achievement in Science - Alex Grant

Optomeyes Award - Achievement in the Arts - Lucy Knowles

Michael Johnson Memorial Award—Excellence in MDT - Christopher Smith

Ability Employment -Special effort within a community workplace - Brendan Gleeson

Hart Sport & Canoe ‘n’ Surf Achievement in HWB Award - Chelsea Nichols

Birchall’s Achievement in Music Award - Luis Fantarella

RHS Catering Hospitality Award - Danalea Connell

Grade 7, 8, 9 End of Year Assembly

 

Merit

Certificates

Grade 7

Chelsie Gardam

Maddison Thomas

Daniel Leiper

Amber Ward

Eliza Dobson

Kyle Squibb

Kelsie

William Rees

Jamie Collins

Bowerman

Eilish Smith

Jesse Gee

Erin Chick

Grade 8

Rebecca Shaw

Kristy Medcraft

Mitchell Jones

Bliss Sleat

Paige Kenzie

Riley Braden

Tayla Lehman

Stacie Hall

Haylee Barwick

Jamie Lewis

Carissa Mason

Tayla Carver

Jackson Bannon

Paige Tapp

Grade 9

Brodie Sheahen

Kaitlyn Thomas

Aiden Morse

Kayla Castles

Ryan Travers

Joseph Sherman

Brooke Seward

Jackie Dixon

Rebecca Cadenzana

Scott Newman

James Lucas

Sarah Baird

Vanessa Ash

Brodie Woods

 

Academic

Certificates

Grade 7

Megan Ling

Joshua Parker

Gabrielle Bird

Courtney

Zachery Hardman

Daniel Leiper

Dowling

Natasha Belbin

Ryan Hope

Phoebe Hortle

Grade 8

Dayna Baldock

Cameron Beattie

Maisee Bowerman

Tayla Chick

Caitlyn Hooper

Rennick Jones

Storm Manski

Alex Neville

Rebecca Shaw

Leah Woodberry

Grade 9

Mieke Lizotte

Kate Leiper

Hilary Rees

Danieka

Lisa McPhee

Vanessa Ash

Coleman

James Lucas

Hannah Richardson

Sarah Baird

Thomas Brooke

Grade 9 Full Colours

Daniel McCoy: Service

Junior School Colour Certificates

Dayna Baldock: Numeracy Cameron Beattie:

Numeracy Storm Manskie: Numeracy Briana Howell: Technology Nicholas Corcoran: ICT Trisha Peper: Health & Wellbeing Kyle Squibb: Service Chloe Costello: Service

Jayme Roles: Service

Ben Bown: Service

Tyson Wakefield:

Service Riley Branden: ICT Brandon Shaw: ICT Zara Osborn: Numeracy Emily Cox: Technology Alex Neville: ICT Alex Neville: Numeracy Alex Neville: Science Paige Wells: Service

Grade 9 Half Colours Danieka Coleman: Leanna Davis: Jackie Dixon: Kate Hambleton: Lauren Clarke: Lisa
Grade 9 Half Colours
Danieka Coleman:
Leanna Davis:
Jackie Dixon:
Kate Hambleton:
Lauren Clarke:
Lisa McPhee:
Brooke Seward:
Kate Leiper:
Brooke Seward:
Mieke Lizotte:
Ryan Travers:
Hilary Rees:
Hilary Rees:
Numeracy
Numeracy
Numeracy
Technology
Technology
Technology
Technology
Technology
Technology
Maintaining Wellbeing
Numeracy
Eco Venture
Maintaining Wellbeing

Major Awards

Grade 7 Punnilerpanner Award – to assist an indigenous student in their education: Rebecca Howe Achievement in Numeracy Award: Megan Ling/ Ryan Hope

Achievement in Literacy Award: Phoebe Hortle

Most Improved Award: Tyson Wakefield Spreyton Primary School Outstanding Citizenship Award: Isobel Stolp

Realising Potential Award: Jack Triffett

Brett Whiteley Top All-rounder Award: Teri Rundle Bryan Green Outstanding Merit Award: Gabrielle Bird

Grade 8 Punnilerpanner Award – to assist an indigenous student in their education: Briana Howell

Achievement in Numeracy Award: Dayna Baldock

Achievement in Literacy Award: Maisee Bowerman

Most Improved Award: Jayme Roles Nick Sherry Award Outstanding Citizenship: Ryan Williams Realising Potential Award - a student realising his/her potential - Ellie Smith Jeremy Rockliff Top All-rounder Award: Caitlyn Hooper Brenton Best Outstanding Merit Award: Paige Kenzie Chris Richards Memorial Mentor Award: Jayden Goss

Grade 7, 8, 9 End of Year Assembly

Major Awards Continued

Grade 9 Punnilerpanner Award – to assist an indigenous student in their education: Christopher Wray

Achievement in Science Award: Lisa McPhee

Achievement in Numeracy Award: Danieka Coleman

Achievement in Literacy Award: Hilary Rees

Barrett’s Achievement in Music Award: Kayla Castles

Achievement in Visual Arts Award: Aiden Morse

Fairborthers Achievement in Design and Technology Award: Benjamin Ollington/James Lucas

Achievement in Hospitality Award: Lauren Clarke Most Improved Award: Sarah Baird Outstanding Citizenship: Daniel McCoy

SNAP:

Recently Aiden Morse of 9B crowned a stellar year in Visual Art and Graphic design by winning the annual Launceston Church Grammar School 2009 photographic competition. Known as “Snap”, the competition is run statewide and is open to students from grades 9- 12. This year students were required to interpret 20 subjects and collect images of these in a photographic scavenger hunt. It is admirable for a grade 9 student to ably compete with college age students, but to win, particularly in a statewide competition, is quite an achievement. Aiden should be congratulated and well satisfied with his effort not only in this competition but throughout the year in both subjects.

effort not only in this competition but throughout the year in both subjects. ‘COTTON’ “HORROR’ ‘SILENCE’

‘COTTON’

effort not only in this competition but throughout the year in both subjects. ‘COTTON’ “HORROR’ ‘SILENCE’

“HORROR’

effort not only in this competition but throughout the year in both subjects. ‘COTTON’ “HORROR’ ‘SILENCE’

‘SILENCE’

DAY FOR DANIEL:

On Friday the 30 th October, 290 red cupcakes were made and sold. The cupcakes were iced with red icing to represent Day for Daniels theme colour. In total we raised $127.00 which has been sent to the Day for Daniel Foundation. We hope the money raised helps the foundation with their programs, which raises awareness for younger children and teenagers about safety in public. A big thanks goes out to Mrs Trimper and her grade 8 and 10 classes, without them the day wouldn’t have run successfully. And thankyou to all the people who purchased the cupcakes, we hope you enjoyed them.

From the Prefect Board.

And thankyou to all the people who purchased the cupcakes, we hope you enjoyed them. From

TAPP

Thank you to the following businesses for your kind donations to the TAPP

Awards Dinner 2009.

Gateway Motor Inn

Devonport City Council

The House of Anvers

Goodstone Group

Ghost Rock Winery

Guaranteeing Futures

Thank you to the following businesses for your commitment and support to

TAPP 2009.

Delta Hydraulics

Sirum Hair Salon

Mersey Sheetmetal

Get Smart Hairdressing

RFS Roger Smith Building

JoJo’s Hair Care Centre

JP Joinery Products

Salon 32

Fairbrothers

Devonport Hair & Beauty

Drive Automotive & Marine Services

North West Animal Hospital & Clinic

B&A Marshall Engineering

Spreyton Veterinary Services

Motors

Devonport Golf Club

Websters Trucks & Machinery

Devonport City Council

Mainwairing Auto Electrics

East Devonport Primary School

East Side Smash Repairs

Nixon Street Primary School

Palmers Plumbing

MST

Goodstone Group

Strathdevon Aged Care

Formby Hotel

Meercroft Care

Argossy Motor Inn

Richmond Concepts & Print

Mersey Community Hospital (Kitchen)

Mersey Community Hospital (Midwifery)

Molly Malones

Nova Design & Print

Malangenna Childcare Centre

East Devonport Medical Centre

Elanora Childcare Centre

GW & VS Jenkyns Plumbing

Hillcrest Primary School

Chas Kelly Transport

TAPP Awards Dinner

The TAPP Awards Dinner, which was held on Monday the 30 th of November marked the end of another successful year. The night had a number of awards, presentations and special guest speakers. Staff members, local businesses, families and students enjoyed fine food prepared by students Justin Triffett and Lachlan Prior. Parents and businesses were impressed with the stu- dents display from their Polytechnic work and their ‘Beyond 2010’ unit.

Most Outstanding TAPP Student 2009 TAPP Principals Award 2009 TAPP Teachers Awards 2009 TAPP Workplace Award 2009 TAPP Encouragement Award 2009

TAPP Transition Award

Hairdressing Award

Danalea Connell Brady Lillico Jade Grgurevic Leigh Whiteley Samuel Penton Jack Howell Justin Triffett Samuel Sheehan Brady Lillico Megen Jaffray

Riverbend Holiday Camps January 2010

The following camps will be held in Jan 2010:

Camp 1 – Jan 3 rd to 8 th – Rainbow Rescue (Grade 3-5) Camp 2 – Jan 10 th to 15 th – HMAS Riverbend (Grade 4-6) Camp 3 – Jan 17 th to 22 nd – GO Army (Grade 6-8)

Camp forms can be downloaded from our website www.riverbend.org.au

Jan 17 t h to 22 n d – GO Army (Grade 6-8) Camp forms can
Levies/Stationery Collection Uniform Sales 2010

Levies/Stationery Collection Uniform Sales 2010

Levies/Stationery Collection Uniform Sales 2010

The following days and times will apply for levy payments and stationery collection (including students who have been approved for student assistance).

 
 

Levy Payments/Uniform Sales - cash, cheque or eftpos. (Uniform sales will only be available to those making levy payments)

Wednesday 27 th January

7.30 am to 11.30 am

Thursday 28 th January

12.00 pm to 6.30 pm

Friday 29 th January

10.00 am to 2.00 pm

 

Student Assistance Scheme Stationery Collection/Uniform Sales (Uniform Sales will only be available to those on STAS)

As the Department of Education is inundated with late STAS applications/ declarations which delays the processing/approval and generation of lists to schools, it has been necessary to organize a later date for collection of stationery for those who have applied for STAS.

 

Monday 1 st February

12.00 pm to 6.30 pm

Tuesday 2 nd February 10.00 am to 3.00 pm

 

LEVIES

GRADE 10

$335.00

GRADE 7 – 9

1 st Child - $320.00

2 nd Child - $305.00

3 rd Child - $290.00

 

If Levy payment is received in full (for all siblings) on Stationery Day or before the 10 th February 2010 a $20.00 discount applies to the 1 st CHILD only.

A

pre-packed box of stationery will be given to each student including STAS approved students when full

or part payment of levies has been made.

 

If

parents would like to use time payment, full costs will be involved, and no discount will apply.

An

agreement will be signed whereby parents will make regular payments ie weekly, fortnightly or monthly and where FULL payment is expected by the end of Term 1, 2010 (Friday 28 th May 2010).

GRADE 9/10 KEY LOCKER PAYMENT

 

A

$15.00 key locker charge will apply to all Grade 9/10 students for their personal workstations.

This

charge is payable on Levy Payment / Stationery Day or on the first day of school ie Tuesday 9 th February 2010. The key will be provided on the 1 st day of school by their Principal Teacher. At the end of the year students will be refunded $15.00 upon return of their key.

STUDENT ASSISTANCE SCHEME

Student Assistance covers the cost of levies and stationery for low income earners. If you applied for STAS in 2009 and you intend to apply again in 2010 you should receive a letter from the Department of Education that will ask you to complete a declaration confirming information about your children and that you still meet the Taxable Income Means Test for the STAS 2010 scheme. You will need to complete and sign the declaration and return it promptly to the Department of Education – to make it easy you will receive a Reply Paid Envelope. This letter should be received before the end of November 2009. If you have not received a letter please contact the Department of Education on 1800 816 057

If you are applying for STAS for the first time you will need to complete a STAS Form and provide documentation giving proof of the family’s combined taxable income. Application forms are available from the school office, Service Tasmania or Centrelink. Only ONE form is required to list all your children (attending school) and this should be lodged at one of your children’s school

UNIFORM SHOP SALES (cash / cheque / eftpos)

Uniform items can be purchased during the Levy and Stationery collection dates and times. Uniform sales can also made from commencement of Term 1 (9 th February 2010), Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 4.30pm. Items available include summer dresses, winter skirts, blue short sleeve shirts, woollen jumpers, cargo shorts, spray jackets, rugby tops, sport – tops, pants, shorts and jackets. Payment of school uniforms can be made by cash, cheque or eftpos.

Note: Time Payment IS NOT available for Uniform Sales.

VALIDATION FORMS

All parents will be asked to check/update their child’s details (staff available to assist, outside the administration building) prior to visiting the office to make levy payments/stationery collection/uniform purchases.

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING DAYS (Student Free Days) 2010

The following days have been given ministerial approval:

9

February 2010

3

May 2010

30

July 2010

11

October 2010

UNIFORM SALES

BUY NOW at 2009 PRICES!

Avoid the rush and the price rise

Be prepared for 2010!

Call into the school office

Monday – Friday

8.30am – 4.30pm

HWB COMMITTEE - 2009 This years Health and Wellbeing Committee consisted of 16 students from
HWB COMMITTEE - 2009
This years Health and Wellbeing Committee consisted of 16
students from grade 7 to 10. The role of this leadership
group was to promote health and wellbeing at Reece High
School and the community throughout the year.
All students have displayed tremendous leadership and
organisational skills during the year in a number of new and challenging situations.
Some examples of school based activities organised by the committee this year include;
Around the World in 30 Days- Organised in conjunction with the State Government’s
initiative “Get Walking Tasmania Month” where as a school we walked almost 4000km
during the month
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Reece High Ultimate Athlete- Running over 8 weeks, a series of sporting events to find
Reece’s “Ultimate Athlete”
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Lunchtime dodge ball competition
Grade 6 orientation day- organised an afternoon of team building activities
Played a major role in the organisation and running of this years Sports Assembly
Much of the community links the group has been involved in has been
working with local primary schools during their sports carnivals. We
have worked with Miandetta, Hillcrest and East Devonport Primary
schools numerous times this year. In addition to this, we have been
involved two primary schools sports expo’s involving all Devonport
primary schools.
A huge well done to the students involved in the committee during
they year, you have all done a magnificent job.

Do you need a Student Bus Pass Next year?

If 2009 is printed on your current bus pass and you need a new pass next year, please apply online at www.transport.tas.gov.au or obtain an application form from any Service Tasmania shop. If your pass says 2010, 2011, or 2012, simply keep using it until the end of that year, unless you travel on Metro buses. Any students catching a Metro bus next year and who are either applying for a new bus pass or have a 2010, 2011 or 2012 pass, must have (or need to apply for) a registered Metro Greencard. The Student Bus Pass will be integrated into the Greencard.

To apply for a Metro Greencard go online at www.metrotas.com.au or contact Metro Hotline on 13 22 01. If you have any questions please phone 1300 851 225 or email passenger.transport@dier.tas.gov.au or visit www.transport.tas.gov.au

Reece High’s Professional Learning Days 2010:

9 February 2010 3 May 2010 30 July 2010 11 October 2010

Have a safe and happy holiday

School resumes

10 February 2010

CONTACT DETAILS

Reece High School, Middle Road, Devonport Tas 7310

Ph (03) 6420 8100 Fax (03) 6420 8199

Email:

reece.high@education.tas.gov.au