APRIL 2018
In this issue:
Principal's News
Pastor's News
Senior School News
Middle School News
Junior School News
Boarding News
Middle/Senior Sports News
HPE News
Careers Corner
Learning Centre News
P&F News
College News
College Events
What's on @ Peace
Community News

Staying Connected

Principal's News from Mrs Fenske

The Lord has a great plan for each one of us and created us to accomplish it in His name. He knows everything about us. Every person is born into circumstances, both good and bad; each of us will encounter both challenges and joys, but God created and equipped us to face these challenges with His help and guidance.

Our purpose on this earth is to develop our God-given gifts, talents and abilities to be the best we can be, not to settle for, or be content with the average, minimally acceptable, or satisfactory. This attitude will hardly exert the effort or work toward something truly excellent or outstanding. In our school we strive for excellence. We see each student as a unique creation with God given talents. Our heavenly Father sees each person through eyes of love and forgiveness. He sees where each one is, but more importantly, He sees what He made each one to be. God sees all the awesome potential and possibilities He created us to fulfil.

An important factor in helping students achieve their potential is to make sure they go to school every day, and that they get there on time. It may sound simple, but it’s true. The correlation between school attendance and achievement levels is well established and it makes sense that the more time children spend at school, the more likely they are to learn and experience success. It is not only their academic progress that is impeded when they are not attending school, they also miss important interactions with their peers which can negatively impact their friendships and compound social issues and lead to low self-esteem. Catching up on missed work can be stressful and the fear of falling behind can lead to unnecessary worry and anxiety. Unfortunately, it is often the children who can least afford to miss school who are most likely to frequently be away.

Attendance data shows that Australian students miss on average between 14 and 15 school days per year. That adds up to a year of lost schooling over the school-life of a student. Of course many absences have valid reasons, children should not attend school if they are sick, however, many absences are not necessary. Holidays during term time are not recommended and birthdays, not wanting to take part in sports day or other school events, or being tired because they stayed up too late are not valid excuses. We know how persuasive children of all ages can be when it comes to taking a day off school. It takes a strong will to resist the persistent pressure they can bring to bear, but giving in to the pressure and allowing them to take a day off sends the message that their learning or school experiences are not valued.

As a school we unsurprisingly see attendance as a priority and this year we have introduced an award for outstanding school attendance, awarded each term. We want to spread the message that we value the students’ presence and recognise the benefits this has on their ability to develop their God given talents and fully reach their potential.
Best regards,
Elisabeth Fenske - Principal

News from Pastor Adam

In many stories, particularly adventure stories, just when it seems as though it is all over… it isn’t! And, there is more to the story, often involving a great or miraculous escape.
The Bible is filled with stories which should have ended but didn't. The story of Adam and Eve should have ended with them expelled from the Garden of Eden, but God continued to provide for them. The story of Moses should have ended with him remaining a shepherd of the Sinai Desert, but there was more to the story and by God's mighty hand, His people were delivered from slavery. The tale of Noah should have ended with the flood; the story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego should have concluded with them toasted in the fiery furnace; and the account of Daniel should have finished in the lions' den.
But, in each of these cases, and in many more, there was more to the story. By God's hand, and often in a miraculous way, God spared His people, and they accomplished a divine purpose. God's grace brought about a rest of the story.
In the Gospels, there are so many times when Jesus' story should have ended, when His life - if it had been a movie - would have concluded with the words, "The End." Herod tried to kill Him. He could have been murdered by the super-strong Gerasene demoniac or thrown off a cliff by the folks of Nazareth. The Pharisees hatched numerous plots to take His life. No, there should have never been “more to the story for Jesus”.
But, there is! It’s a story, which had Him live a perfect life during which He fulfilled the Law and resisted every temptation, fulfil prophecies and carry our sins to the cross where He died. Jesus' story even includes how He defeated death with His resurrection.
At Easter time, we remember Jesus’ story and our own. Because there was more to the story for Jesus, there is more to our own story.
Chapel at Peace
Thank you to all family and friends who join us for chapel – we love to have you with us and you are always welcome. As usual, we started the term with Opening Chapel for the whole school. In week two, we had our ANZAC observance on Tuesday 24th.

From week three we will return to our usual practice of weekly chapel for Junior School on Friday morning and for Middle/Senior School on Thursday. In the last week of term, we will have a closing chapel for the whole school on Friday, 22nd June at 2:15 pm.

In Junior School chapel there will be several year levels taking part and helping lead chapel. The Preps will be involved 18th May, Year 1’s on 25th May (with Service on Sunday 27th May), and Year 2 on 8th June.

Worship Services at Peace
Worship services for the Boarders and the wider school community are now offered regularly during the school term. On the second and third Sunday of the month, during term-time, there is a worship service at 9:30AM in the Peace Centre, led by Pastor Adam. Everyone is welcome to attend. Services at Peace Lutheran College for term 2 are on April 22nd, May 13th, May 27th, and June 10th.
There is morning tea and refreshments after each service. A free-will offering is gathered as part of these services, and this is donated to Australian Lutheran World Service.
God bless.
Pastor Adam - College Pastor

Senior School News from Mr Cummings

It is always a pleasure to see a great number of parents attending the parents evening in week 3 to discuss student progress last term. The ongoing partnership between the school, teachers and parents is essential to improve student outcomes and it is always desirable to keep good communication happening between home and school. Apart from the opportunity to meet parents it is an ideal time to discuss any difficulties the students are experiencing and consider adjustments to subject choices and strategies to improve achievement. If you have any questions about the QCE, vocational pathways and tertiary education that you would like clarified I am happy to provide assistance.
Year 11 students, having completed a term in their chosen subjects, need to be considering adjustments in their approach and possibly alternative subjects to enhance their grades for the semester. QCE credits are based on completed semesters and credits are earned through achievement of a C (SA) or above, on exit, from the subject.
Senior School pastoral care staff will be concentrating on careers and post school education this term, with a number of speakers coming into the college. Year 12 students attended the JCU Experience Day last Friday to get a taste of University life and study options.
We have a very busy few weeks ahead, bristling with opportunities. There are a number of excursions this term including a Biology field trip to the Mangroves in week 4, Homunculus Theatre delivering workshops at the college, Adventure Under Sail is happening in week eight and Year 10 will be attending camp at Lake Tinaroo for four days in week six. Mr. Cecchi is also busy organising an opportunity for our girls and boys Rugby League teams to participate in regional competitions.
ANZAC Ceremony
The College Captains and Vice Captains represented the school at the Esplanade ANZAC dawn ceremony last Wednesday, where quite a crowd gathered. The 5:00AM start was a bit of a shock for the students but everyone was treated to a beautiful sunrise. The setting and early hour resulted in a very moving ceremony and the Captains felt very proud to represent the school. Peace students represented the college and other organisations at many ANZAC services held across the region.
The second term campaign for the school CISSA sport has begun with training and preparation resuming. Students are keyed up and motivated to continue their excellent record so far, congratulations to all students and staff that have been giving it their all.
BLA Careers Expo
 All senior school students will be attending the BLA Careers and Education EXPO at the Showgrounds in week six and will get the opportunity to speak to a number of prospective employers and tertiary education providers. It is an ideal opportunity for students to ask questions and will help them make some firm decisions about their future career aspirations and further education.
Best regards,
Peter Cummings - Head of Senior School

Middle School News from Mr Elliott

On Wednesday the 25th of April, the Middle School Captains and Vice Captains led a contingent of students from across the College at the Stratford ANZAC Dawn Service. As the throngs of observers and participators made their way to the Stratford Cenotaph, a hush fell over the crowd. As the presenters spoke, the musicians played, and community members presented wreaths, it was made obvious that altruistic sacrifices are still a biblical value within the Australian community.

Term 2 Considerations & Notices
  • Year 8 Camp – All Year 8 students will be on camp, near Mareeba, from 9 - 11 May.  Please note that due to teacher attendance, no Year 8 programs will be held on campus. 
  • NAPLAN – Testing will occur from 15 - 17 May, with Friday 18 May being a catch up day for any student who was absent during scheduled testing days. Please contact the Head of Middle School if you have any questions. For more information, follow this link.
  • Year 9 Maths Enrichment – Students in Year 9 have been asked to nominate for an invaluable Maths Enrichment Day, which is sponsored by Queensland Mathematics Teachers Association. If your child has a desire to attend, please encourage them to submit by 4 May. For more information, contact your child’s Mathematics’ teacher.
  • Year 9 Drama - Students will participate in in-school workshops with Clint Bolster from Homunculus Theatre Company on Friday 18 May. Clint came to school last year and ran engaging and hilarious mask workshops, and the students are excited about him coming back!
  • CS Topics for Term 2 - All students in Middle School are studying units that explore concepts of the Christian Church. All year levels have a test towards the end of the term, which students should be preparing study notes for during each lesson. Individual year levels are undertaking inquiry units that investigate  the following:
                  Year 6 - What is in the Bible?
                  Year 7 - Church history, events and social contexts
                  Year 8 - What is Christian worship all about?
                  Year 9 - Is the Bible still relevant?
Year 7 students will design and create a pencil case this term and Year 8 students will investigate and create solutions to the problem of single use plastic bags.

Science at Sea
On Saturday, a group of Year 8 students were invited by Rotary to take part in a Science cruise on the Trinity Inlet. We had Scientists explain the Biology of the plants and animals, and the geology of the rocks and hills around us. We all
realised what an amazing place we live in. Thank you so much to the Rotary Club for organising the event and Cairns Harbour Cruises for offering their services to us.
Term One Attendance Awards
Congratulations to the following students who had extraordinary attendance in Term 1:
  • Year 6 – Valerina Hudson
  • Year 7 – Billy Haoda and Samson Kinch
  • Year 9 - Ani Boromu and Jade-Leigh Kempton
Term 1 Peace Awards
At the start of Term 2, 3, and 4, teachers nominate students for a Peace Award in each Year Level.  Peace awards are given to students who are showing either consistent or improving behaviours.  Beahvours are specific to his or her application, organisation, collaborative, engaged, while showing respectful, responsible, reverent, and restorative community engagement.

Consistent Award:
  • Year 6 - Charlotte Eime
  • Year 7 - Lalai Geno
  • Year 8 - Daisy Quigley
  • Year 9 - Nicholas Rudani
Improving Award:
  • Year 6 - Layne Sargent
  • Year 7 - Clancy Alexander
  • Year 8 - Isabelle McCullough
  • Year 9 - Asheruhny Walker
Best regards,
Chad Elliott - Head of Middle School

Junior School News from Mrs Rowan

Welcome back to Term 2!
I trust you all had a happy and safe Easter break. The Students have come back to school with renewed enthusiasm which is great to see!

Parent Teacher Interviews - Monday 30th April and Tuesday 1st May
These meetings are a great opportunity to engage in conversation about your child’s learning. Interviews are 15 minutes in length and can be made through this link.
Peace Awards - 'A' for Attitude
Prep – Arden and Benjamin
Year 1 – Milla and Arin
Year 2 – Tsumeriyah and Stone
Year 3 – Evan and Ezra
Year 4 – Ava and Sophie
Year 5 – Jordyn and Riley
SRC induction
Congratulations to Ashley Tripp who is our new Junior School Blue Dolphins representative. This position was elected through the normal procedure and has come about due to a student leaving.
The Bravehearts Personal Safety Education Program, “The Ditto Show”, will be at the school on Tuesday 8th May at 11.30am, presenting to the Prep to Year 3 students. Information about this program was sent out on 17th April. Please let the teacher know if you do not wish your child to participate in this program. Parents are also welcome to attend the session.
Box Jelly Theatre Company
Your child has the opportunity to attend the live theatrical production of The Grumpiest Boy in the World by Box Jelly Theatre Company. Box Jelly’s team will be visiting the College on Monday, 28th May 2018 (week seven). The performance will be followed with activities in the classroom designed to align with the Australian Curriculum.
The Grumpiest Boy in the World is an adventure of the imagination celebrating ordinariness and extraordinariness – and the grumpiness that can come from thinking we have too much of one, or not enough of the other. Zachary’s height is exactly the height of an average boy for his average age. Zachary’s hair lies exactly the way, of an average boy’s on an average day. Zachary wants to be different. So he sets out… to stand out.
Box Jelly Theatre Company is a Cairns based theatre company with a vision to nurture the next generation of artists.
Best regards,
Sarah Rowan - Head of Junior School

Middle/Senior Sports News from Mr Atkins

Inter-House Cross Country
The Middle and Senior School students competed in their inter-House Cross Country Carnival on Thursday, 26th April. Students had a very challenging day where they were required to battle each other, the warm weather, and the terrain. I was impressed by the effort displayed by the majority of students, giving their best and not quitting when things became difficult.

A huge congratulations to our winning House for 2018 - GOLD DINGOES!
2nd Green Eagles, 3rd Red Emperors, 4th Blue Dolphins.

Age Champions          11/12yrs Boys             Tsubasa Duggan
                                    11/12yrs Girls             Valerina Hudson
                                    13yrs Boys                  Robert Dau
                                    13yrs Girls                  Isabel Rowan
                                    14yrs Boys                  Thomas Hackett
                                    14yrs Girls                   Tali Hoye
                                    15yrs Boys                  Hamish Kinch
                                    15yrs Girls                   Michelle Du Buisson
                                    16yrs Boys                  Ethan Culliton
                                    16yrs Girls                   Summer Evans
                                    17yrs & Over Boys      Luvan Du Buisson
                                    17yrs & Over Girls      Alisha Vanrietvelde

The top 6 boy and girl runners from each age division, 13yrs – 17+yrs, will be selected to represent Peace Lutheran College at the TCN Cross Country carnival at the Aeroglen Touch Fields on Friday, 4th May 2018.
CISSA Sports Competition
The 2018 CISSA competition continues this term. We have two round games left to play against TAS and Cairns State High, before starting finals. Based on ladder position at the end of the regular rounds, all teams will be placed into Division 1 (top 4 teams) or Division 2 (bottom 4 teams) for finals. All teams will play a knock-out semi-final in week seven, with only the meeting in a Final the following week.

Peninsula Basketball Selection
Congratulations to Year 12 student David Hikila who has been selected to represent Peninsula at the Queensland Secondary School State Basketball Championships. David will travel to the Sunshine Coast later this term. David, we wish you and your team mates all the best.
Best regards,
Jason Atkins - Middle & Senior School Sports Coordinator

HPE News from Mr Dunsmuir

The last term finished with the running of the Junior school Cross Country Carnival. It has been pleasing to see the improvement in many of the students' endurance and I thought there was some impressive racing throughout the day. The following students are to be congratulated for gaining a position in the school's cross country team.

GIRLS: Sienna McKinlay, Kyla Bawden, Yazmin Rivett, Sophia Hawkins, Ella Nulley, Emily Yagawa, Natasha Beer, Kirra White, Jordan Hackett, Darcey Searle, Valerina Hudson, and Amber Frittelli. 
BOYS: Marley Serpa, Daniel Yanez, Saxon Toyne, Ethan Carroll, Louis Duggan, Ashton Wone, Matthew Janetzki, Oliver Yeeles, Tsubasa Duggan, Kenneth Holroyd, Billy Haoda, and Ashley Bawden.

Last week this team of athletes competed for a position in the Barron River squad. The team placed 5th overall at the Barron River Cross Country trials, with Ella Nulley, Tsubasa Duggan and Jordan Hackett securing positions on the Barron River team.

I am really proud of all our students for their attitude, maturity and the great spirit they brought to the day. It was a job to be around.

With the Junior school cross country now run, my attention now shifts to the next carnival, athletics. This term the students will engage in learning the different disciplines associated with throwing a javelin, pushing a shot put, jumping high and long as well as sprinting. The athletics carnival will be held on the Peace sports fields on the second last day of term two, Thursday the 21st of June.

I would also like to congratulate the following students for gaining selection in a Barron River representative team in the first term. They are:

  • Jonathan Eriksson (Rugby)
  • Joel Bartholomeusz and Harrison Bennett  (AFL)
  • Kenai Vanrietvelde (Basketball)
  • Byron Mann and Crystal Mann (Hockey)
A wonderful team effort!
Best regards,
Tom Dunsmuir - Junior School Sports Coordinator

Careers Corner

Jobs of the Future
There was a very interesting article in the Cairns Post last week which highlighted where jobs in the future will be.

According to the National Centre for Vocational Education, farmers, nurses and teachers will be in demand.
Positions in retail and the public service are expected to decline in the next decade as governments look to get our budget back to surplus and reduce the public sector workforce. Similarly, the mining industry will continue to contract.

Interestingly, jobs in the agricultural sector are changing as a result of technology. People with IT skills as well as others possessing advanced scientific and business management skills will be in demand. Farming practice is becoming far more sophisticated due to the introduction of IOT (Internet of Things) technology which is driving efficiency and sustainability.

All of these growth industries were showcased last week when our year 12 students attended the James Cook University Experience Day. Students had the opportunity to test run the day in the life of a university student by attending ‘lecture style’ information sessions on courses offered by the university.  We had students visit a range of courses including IT, Nursing, Education and Engineering.

This event is just one of the many available to our Year 12 students this year as they start to make decisions about their future career.

Just a reminder that students are welcome to meet with me during first and second break each Tuesday and Thursday in the Learning Centre to discuss careers and post year 12 study options. Similarly, I would encourage parents to contact me via either phone or email if they have any questions relating to careers, vocational pathways or university entrance.
Best regards,
Rebecca Bolton - Careers & Guidance Officer

Learning Centre News

Paws for Books - Easter Book Fair
A big thank you to everyone who participated in the school's Easter Book Fair. The event was a huge success with over $3,600 worth of books purchased, giving the school $1,150 to spend on new books for the Learning Centre. The competition winners were:

For "Guess the teacher’s favourite book?"
Baylea, Year 3 - Ava, Year 4 - Alyvia, Year 5
**Winners received a $20 Scholastic voucher

For "How many Paws in the Jar?" (Answer: 20)
Jamieson, Prep SR - Alexia, Year 2 - Honey, Year 5 - Piper, Year 5
**Winners received a $15 movie voucher
**The proceeds of $100 were donated to YAPs
Update from the Book Club Organiser
Book Club is offered twice per term providing on-going fundraising for the school. Scholastic give back 20% from all purchases so we can buy resources for both the classroom and the Learning Centre.
How to place an order:
A catalogue is sent home twice per term with students in Prep to Year 6. Order forms can be completed and returned with the correct cash amount to the student's teacher or the Learning Centre. Orders can also be made online via the Scholastic website. This also enables families to view great offers and even free books. To register with Scholastic LOOP system click All completed orders are delivered to the classroom. Please contact the school if you have any questions.
Best regards,
Tanya Mills & Kim McKinlay

P&F News

Welcome back to Term 2, we hope you had a wonderful Easter holiday and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you those who were able to attend to April P&F meetings. It is once again a busy term ahead.

Movie Night Thank You
Last Friday we held our very first PLC Movie Night. It was great to see so many happy faces enjoying "Finding Dory" and the outdoor games. Thank you to those who came along and made this is a successful event. A very special thank you also to go to Heidi Wright for being a star and organising so much for us, and also to Daniela Hawkins for great posters and ticket designs, school staff and the student and parent volunteers, who helped us. Successful events rely on the College community lending a hand and we couldn't have done this without you.
Grant Officer - can you help?
The P&F is seeking the assistance of a Grant Officer. This volunteer position is an important role within the P&F. If you could assist us in this capacity, please contact us to discuss further.

Spring Fair Planning Meeting
DATE: Wednesday, 2nd May 2018
TIME: 6:45PM for refreshments; 7:00PM commencement of meeting
WHERE: PLC Staff Lounge
SPONSORSHIP: The Spring Fair is a great advertising opportunity for local businesses that would like to get involved as sponsors. Do you own a business or know someone who does? Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and in-kind sponsorship opportunities are now available. If you would like to view the sponsorship proposal please contact the P&F via and a sponsorship package will be forwarded to you.
PRIZE DONATIONS: Prizes are also being sought for the monster raffle, cent sale and silent auction. If you are able to assist or know a business that might be able to donate prizes, please contact us.

P&F Meeting - WE NEED YOU!
DATE: Wednesday, 9th May 2018
TIME: 6:45PM for refreshments; 7:00PM commencement of meeting
WHERE: PLC Staff Lounge
Everyone is welcome to join the P&F meetings. We need people from all walks of life, with a range of ideas and suggestions. We are setting up an email register for those who would like to support our functions by volunteering on occasions, but who cannot commit to monthly meetings. If this is you, please send us an email and we will add you to our event register.

Should you have any questions, suggestions or feedback, or you would like a chance to help out at any of our events, please get in touch with us.
Best regards,
Handan Y.Roper - P&F President 

College News

Peace Lutheran College term 2 school holidays commence on Friday 22nd June, providing students with a three-week holiday break, returning to school on Monday, 16th July to commence term 3.

Rugby 7s at Peace

On the 16th of March, Peace Lutheran College held the first ever rugby union sevens carnival on the new College sports fields. Five schools took part in the full day competition, running an Under 18 boys and Under 18 girls competition.
It was a great day for all involved, with the Peace boys team finishing in 4th place and the Peace girls team finishing in 2nd place.

While we might not have the size or the brute strength on the footy field, the Peace teams always play with heart, pride, and commitment, which is always great to see. Win or lose, the Peace footy teams play for the love of the game, as always. The sportsmanship was great and everyone involved had a fantastic and memorable experience.

A big thank you to the maintenance and grounds keeping staff who ensured the field was good to go on the day – a huge effort on their part. Thanks to Russell Todd, the Queensland Rugby Union Development Officer, for organising the event, and a big shout out to our coach, Darren Davies, for all the time and effort he puts into training the footy teams here at Peace.

Marcello Cecchi
PLC Rugby Union Manager

Culinary Event with French Chef, Gabriel Vanbesion

In the last week of term 1, the Peace Lutheran College Hospitality and Food Technology students were provided the opportunity to make chocolate ganache tarts, under the guidance and expertise of local French Chef, Gabriel Vanbesion. Gabriel has been in the hospitality industry for over 50 years, having spent 30 years in Cairns and 10 years working at the Pacific Hotel.

Chef Vanbesion showed the students how to make sweet dough pastry and a basic chocolate ganache, perfect for the Easter weekend. The lessons were professionally run and explicitly taught and it was a great experience for all involved.

A big thank you to Gabriel for facilitating and running these sessions with the students. All the classes learned key skills in pastry making, the importance of good teamwork in the kitchen and the necessity of practicing health and safety regulations whilst working with food.
The Hospitality department is looking forward to working with even more industry-based chefs in the near future. With the completion of the industrial hospitality kitchen in 2019, the department will actively bring in trained chefs to further upskill the students in some of the basics of professional cookery.

Marcello Cecchi
Teacher - Hospitality and Food Technology

Order your photos online

For fast, efficient ordering, visit and use the school's code - LV7 3Z3 GD6 to order your photo package and sibling photographs. Portrait and group packages, and sibling photograph orders must be placed no later than photo day (21 May 2018).

What Parents Want Survey
Peace Lutheran College will be taking part in this Independent Schools Queensland survey. A link to this online survey will be provided to our College families in the next couple of weeks.

College Events

Mother's Day Stall

Friday, 11 May 2018
The PLC P&F team are kindly coordinating this year's Mother's Day shopping stall for our Junior School students. There will be a wonderful array of items for sale. If your child would like to make a purchase and participate in this fundraising event, please remember to send them along with money on this day. Gifts will be priced between $5 - $10.

Trivia Night - 80's Flashback!

Friday, 18 May 2018
Tickets now available, $25pp including light food. BYO. Don't miss out - great prizes and great fun. Invite family and friends.

Spring Fair

Saturday, 20 October 2018
Planning is now underway. The P&F would love you to be involved in helping to bring this event together. Email to find out more.

What's on @ Peace

MAY 2018
Junior School Parent Interviews
Mon 30 April - Tue 1 May 2018
The Peace Centre
Middle/Senior Parent Interviews
Tuesday, 1 May 2018
The Peace Centre
TCN Cross Country
Friday, 4 May 2018
Barlow Park
Braveheart's Presentation
Tuesday, 8 May 2018
Peace Centre
P&F Meeting
Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Staff Lounge
Year 8 Camp
Wed 9 - Fri 11 May 2018
JS Mother's Day Stall
Friday, 11 May 2018
JS Undercover Area
Tue 15 - Fri 18 May 2018
Peace Lutheran College
Trivia Night - 80's Flashback
Friday, 18 May 2018
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School Photo Day
Mon 21 & Tue 22 May 2018
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Year 10 Camp
Tue 22 - Fri 25 May 2018
Yr 10 Work Experience Induction
Monday, 4 June 2018
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Adventure Under Sail
Sat 9 - Wed 13 June 2018
Vessel 'South Passage'
P&F Meeting
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Staff Lounge
Yr 10 Work Experience Interviews
Monday, 18 June 2018
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Block Exams
Mon 18 - Thu 21 June 2018
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Junior School Athletics Carnival
Thursday, 21 June 2018
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School Holidays Commence
Saturday, 23 June 2018
Italian Immersion Trip
Saturday, 23 June 2018 -
Wednesday, 11 July 2018
P&F Meeting
Thursday, 12 July 2018
Staff Lounge
First Day Back for Students
Monday, 16 July 2018
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Middle/Senior Athletics Carnival
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
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PLEASE NOTE: The above events and associated dates, times and locations are subject to change. Please check the Peace Lutheran College website for most up to date calendar information.

Community News

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