Assistant Principal's Report

Student Awards, Student Lockers & Uniform Reminders.
Thursday 29th November, 2018.
Assistant Principal.

Student Awards

Congratulations to the following students who have been working at their very best and have received a Certificate of Achievement.
7A: M. Samadi
7C: C. Parr
7D: S. Pancari, T. Pham
7F: B. El Deek (2)
7J: M. Noori
8A: M. Mohammadi
8B: N. Hakimi (5), B. Koloa (2), S. Rafai (2)
8C: S. Safdari
8E: B. Murgana, A. Siryani
8H: T. Huang (2)
8I: I. Qureshi

Student Lockers

All students must note the timeline below in regard to their lockers:
Any student who may be leaving from now for a holiday must ensure they remove their lock, place any rubbish in the bin and take their exercise books, textbooks and stationery home.
Year 10 and 11 Students completing Transition at Fountain Gate SC
By Friday 7th December - remove their lock, place any rubbish in the bin and take their exercise books, textbooks and stationery home.
Years 7, 8 and 9 Students
By Friday 14th December - remove their lock, place any rubbish in the bin and take their exercise books, textbooks and stationery home.

Uniform Reminders

The Fountain Gate Secondary College uniform policy clearly states that any non-uniform items should NOT be worn at school.
If a student is seen wearing a non-uniform item, they will be asked to remove that item and hand it in to the Sub-School where the item will stored and the student’s name recorded. That item can be collected at the end of the day. Examples of items include:

  • Hoodies
  • Ear phones
  • Coloured T-Shirts
  • Caps
  • Beanies

Scarves – can be worn but must be navy blue, black or white. Scarves with logos or brands are not acceptable. The scarves must be removed for Technology classes.
Students who repeat the behaviour of wearing non-uniform items will receive an appropriate consequence.

Ms C. Bamberg, Mr. P. Broecker, Mr. N. Uwins
Assistant Principals

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