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07/04/14 - 11/04/14: Week A
10/04/14: School Council Meeting
10/04/14: Open Girls Netball Regional Semi Final
11/04/14: Last Day Term 1
28/04/14 - 02/05/14: Week B
28/04/14: Staff Development Day
30/04/14: Year 12 Earth and Environment Excursion
05/05/14 - 09/05/14: Week A
05/05/14: P&C Meeting
05/05/14: Hunter Region Trials - Squash »
06/05/14: Hunter Region Trials - Lawn Bowls »
07/05/14: Earth and Environmental Excursion
08/05/14: Year 11 Geography Field Study Excursion
08/05/14: School Council Meeting
09/05/14: Hunter Region Trials - Cross Country »

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Display your photos in the foyer

The school is calling for any interested students to supply high quality copies of photos representing school life at Whitebridge High and the surrounding area that may have a connection to the school. Any students interested in having their photographic work displayed in the foyer of the school office should give high resolution copies of their photographs to Ms Carter on a USB drive. Staff will go through all the provided photographs and selected a number photos for printing and display. Copies of all suitable photographs will also be displayed in a photo gallery on the school website.

Harmony Day.

A big thank you to Mr Bright for his organisation of our Harmony Day assemblies on Tuesday. The support from all students and faculties involved makes these occasions very special, and our students are lucky to have the exposure to the many speakers and items involved.

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Annual Athletics Carnival.

I wish we could have a carnival once every term. The atmosphere is relaxed and happy, students are becoming more involved, the competition is good natured but hotly contested, and it is a chance to catch up and chat with staff. I am deeply impressed with the school spirit that develops through participation, fun and healthy competition.

A big thank you to all for a wonderful day.

Annual Swimming Carnival.

Our annual swimming carnival this year was a riot of colour, noise, enthusiasm and house spirit. Student attendance was the best in years. We find that each year is better than the last as students realise what a great day it is, even for non-competitive swimmers. We are very lucky to have enthusiastic house captains who promoted the carnival with amusing antics in the preceding week, as well as a wonderful staff group led by the PD/H/PE Department, who run events on the day. Big congratulations to all staff and students who participated, and to TINGIRA who came away with the honours in a closely fought and entertaining competition.