Important Notices

Important notices for all families in the De La Salle community.

Host Home Needed for Four Weeks

The Languages Learning Area has been fortunate enough to be assigned an Italian Language Assistant for the remainder of the year. The Language Assistant is an Italian university graduate sponsored by the Italian organisation COASIT. His primary role at De La Salle will be to provide support to the Italian teachers and provide an authentic language and cultural experience for our students. He will be here from the 15th April until the end of the year and we are looking for accommodation for him for the first 4 weeks of his stay; after that he will need to find a more permanent place to live. If anyone is willing to have him stay with them or have family/friends who would like to host him, please contact me by the 1st April. My contact details are: or 95082332.

Thank you,

Vanessa Marolda
Languages Team Leader

De La Salle Basketball Club — Winter Season Commencing Soon

Winter season commences on Friday 15 April running until the end of Term 3. New teams and repeat teams can now register. See the Basketball Club website which can be accessed via the College website under the Community Tab. Registrations should only occur by following the links on this website.

For first time players we have a $50 subscription for the whole season. Repeat players are $100 for the season. All games at the Oakleigh Recreation Centre, Park Rd Oakleigh. Singlets can be purchased for $40. Shorts without pockets need to be obtained by players directly.

Competition goes up in two year intervals, U/12, U/14, U/16 and U/18. To play U/12 you must not have turned 12 until on or after 1 January 2016 and so on up through the ages. There is NO U/10 grade.

Enquiries Michael Bohan 0439 172 465

Stonnington Council Bullying Seminar — Free Event

You are invited to attend our second Parent Education Session for 2016 on 20 April.

Topic: Bullying and Teenagers: Knowing the Signs, Types, Triggers and How to Help
Date: Wednesday, 20 April 2016
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Presenter: Jeremy Blackman – Senior Advisor for The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
Venue: Malvern Town Hall, Banquet Room – 1251 High Street, Malvern
Price: This is a free event.

Speaker Introduction:

The Alannah and Madeline Foundation is a national charity protecting children from violence and its devastating impact. This will be an interactive session looking at the effects of bullying and what it looks like for a teenager.

Parents will be provided with information to help them identify the five different types of bullying, signs your child is being bullied and the importance of being aware of cyber bullying.

The presentation will provide parents with strategies on what to do and how to seek help if your child is being bullied or is bullying other children.

For further information, please visit our Stonnington website or to register please visit Eventbrite. (hint: under Area, please type in Stonnington and under Dates: please type in April. This will assist with getting to the correct event).

Level Crossing Works

The Level Crossing Removal Project Team would like to advise of the following out hours works as part of the North McKinnon Centre Level Crossing Removal Project.

Mackay Avenue, Glenhuntly, and Ormond Station

Out of hours works will be carried out at in the rail corridor opposite Mackay Avenue and in Ormond station. Works will occur between 1:00am and 5:00am over two mornings from Tuesday 22 March to Thursday 24 March. Works will involve joining signalling cables together at both locations using hand tools, tents and task lighting. These works are required to be carried out when trains are not running and are expected to generate low level noise.
The project team apologises for any inconvenience these works may cause.

Ashburton Primary School Fair

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