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Year 8 Japanese Recital Contest

A number of our Year 8 students represented the College in a Japanese speech recital contest last night. The contest is organised by the Japanese Language Teachers’ Association and is run concurrently with an English speech recital contest in Japan.

Although we didn’t retain the trophy that Zachary O won last year the students did themselves and the school proud.

Well done to: Noah T, Ava C, Emma J, Lamiya S, Kylesha F and Reena Aftab for supporting them.

The Reynella East College students comprised 5 out of the 37 entrants from across the state.

Andrew Smith – LOTE Coordinator

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REC Newsletter March 2016

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Tony Graham-Warman Indigenous AFL Team.

Congratulations to Year 9 student Tony Graham-Warman, he has been picked in the under 15 State Indigenous AFL team. He will travel to Townsville on the 8th April for four days to take on the rest of Australia in Competition. Well done Tony and good luck for the future.

Tom Leverenz – Aboriginal Education Leader

 

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REC Parent Teacher Interviews

Primary R – 7  parent teacher interviews are occurring each night from the 4th till the 8th of April. Details have been sent home via class teachers and forms need to be returned to class teachers by Tuesday 29th of March. If you are unable to make any of the times offered please negotiate an alternative time with your students teacher.

Secondary 8 – 12 parent teacher interview night is the 12th of April from 3pm till 8pm. Information has been given out to all students via home group today. We encourage parents to arrange a time to meet with the teachers to support them with their learning. If you are unable to make this date please contact the teacher directly to organise an alternative time. Please encourage your child to request an interview with a teacher before the night to ensure an appointment.

Secondary parent information and interview request form available here
Secondary Term 1 Reports will be given to students in home group Friday the 8th of April.

Clayton Disley – Deputy Prinicpal

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REC Special Edition 1 Newsletter 2016

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Sports Day Carnivale – Food and Stalls Price List

SPORTS DAY CARNIVALE – TICKETS no CASH
In response to student feedback $1 tickets will be used at point of sales instead
of CASH on all the stalls and activities this year.
Pre Purchase:
Tickets can be purchased from the finance office from Friday 4th March.
On the Day:
Tickets will be available throughout the day from 8.30am at the Ticket Booth situated in the REC Student
Services tent.
Unused tickets may be reimbursed for cash from the ticket office or from the finance office after the day.

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REC R-12 School Photos

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REC February Newsletter 2016

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School Cricket News.

In their first match for 2016, our SAPSASA Boys Knockout team won their game against Reynella Primary School, playing on our synthetic pitch.
Coached and umpired by Mr. Roche, the team wrapped up their match where, needing 83 runs from Reynella’s allotted 25 overs, our boys accomplished
their target in only 14 overs for the loss of just 4 wickets. Our boys were led by captain Cooper O –  Cooper took 3/5 and our other spin bowler Deakin H took 2/25. Best batter was Cameron T who remained not out on 31 when he retired. Our thanks go to immaculate scorer dad Mark Salter, and to Mr. Roche who survived a hot, hot day in the field. REC would have been proud of the way our KO team conducted themselves, on and off the field. Our next opponents are Hallett Cove East, who we must play before March 18.

Many thanks and regards

Trish Pinder

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Howard Mutton Award

Howard Mutton AWARD
REC proudly ranked 3rd in the State.
Howard Mutton championed the cause of increasing participation of young people in Physical Education and Sport in Education Department schools for more than 20 years. In his roles as president of the SA Secondary Schools Sport Association, head of the Physical Education Branch and superintendent of Health and Physical Education, he was a mentor to many aspiring young sports people and particularly influenced the training of Physical Education teachers
For each Trophy awarded to the school gaining the greatest aggregate of points for outstanding PARTICIPATION and ACHIEVEMENTS in sport in Secondary School Sport SA’s programs; the following criteria are used:
1. Involvement and success in local zone sport
2. Involvement and success in state championships
3. Involvement and success in state-wide Knockout Championships and interstate representation.
 
Congratulations to all involved and thanks to staff for creating and supporting opportunities for our students. A great result.
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