CONGRATULATIONS to Medhi Jaghuri, Fountain Gate Secondary College Alumnus, for opening up another business - this time a cafe named 'Mr South Espresso & Food' in Westfield Southland.
Mr South is located on level 2, opposite Woolworths and the coffee is definitely worth a visit.
Medhi is extremely entrepreneurial having set-up two other businesses – ‘Connections Art Space’ in Dandenong and a painting business ‘M.J Painting', and managing them concurrently.
I am so proud to hear of our students' success stories. Well done, Medhi.
Thank you to all our staff and students for their contributions for the free dress fundraiser for SIDS for Kids.
Together, we raised $775 for SIDS for Kids. What a great achievement.
Despite the cooler weather, our students had a fantastic day at Doveton Pool for the Swimming Sports Carnival on the 6th of March.
It was great to see students getting involved and having so much fun.
Congratulations to Green House (Wurundjeri) for winning the most points on the day. Here are the results...
1st Place – Green House (Wurundjeri) 742 points
2nd Place – Yellow House (Kulin) 737 points
3rd Place – Blue House (Mayone Bulluk) 483 points
4th Place – Red House (Bunurong) 166 points
The 2019 Athletics Carnival was jam packed with neck to neck races, incredible leaps and lots of fun. We are very proud of our students who gave their all for their houses.
Individual Age Group Winners - Junior (12-14), Intermediate (15-16) & Senior (17-18+)
Junior Boys – Otto Lui (YEAR 9)
Intermediate Boys – Jack Schneidereit (YEAR 9)
Senior Boys – Denzil Minnaar (YEAR 12)
Junior Girls – Koreti Leilua (YEAR 8)
Intermediate Girls – Iron Talia (YEAR 11)
Senior Girls – Rowena Taleo (YEAR 11)
Overall ATHLETICS Results:
1st Place – Bunurong – 3000 points
2nd Place – Mayone-Bulluk – 2495 points
3rd Place – Kulin – 2370 points
4th Place – Wurundjeri – 2314 points
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