There are always so many things happening at MCC that are praise-worthy, often too many to mention. But I thought it was worth taking a shot anyway!
In the last week, we have celebrated the following events across the Primary and Secondary Campuses:
A Year Nine student organised a sausage sizzle and casual dress day at the Secondary Campus to raise funds for the Motor Neuron Disease Association of WA. To see teenagers motivated to consider the needs of others, wanting to make a difference in their world is a wonderful thing. It makes us all proud of the young adults they are becoming.
Today, the Year Seven and Eight Food Technology students hosted a Mother's Day High Tea. This was a fantastic way to honour the special women in the lives of the students - it was very well attended and the feedback we received was outstanding. See the article further in the newsletter.
At the Primary Campus, Year Three - Six students enjoyed their WOW Days! Year Three and Four were ready to save the world as 'Superheros', while the Year Five and Six students came dressed as animals for their theme 'Animalia'.
The Primary Literacy program continues to strengthen, with Mrs Kirrily Donoghoe as Literacy Coordinator. Please read all the information regarding the Literacy program and Mrs Donoghoe's work further in the newsletter.
With all the exciting opportunities open to our students, it's no wonder we are now waitlisting many year groups in 2018. Classes in both the Primary and Secondary years are currently full, and every day new enrolment enquiries come in.
This is a great school to be part of, and we are glad that you are.
Mr Rod McNeill