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From the P&C

Published on 9 September 2014
After enjoying mangoes over the last couple of years we will be ordering again this year. Download the attached order form and get as many of your acquaintances to order as possible. The person with the largest order will win a free box of mangoes. Included with the order form are instructions for ordering. Please […]
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Visit by Canberra author Jack Heath

Published on 3 September 2014
Mount Stromlo High School students were very privileged to have Canberra author Jack Heath visit and give a very interesting talk on 7th August. All students in years 7 and 8 have signed up for the Chief Minister’s Reading Challenge and the organisers of this yearly event were so impressed with the school’s performance that […]
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NAPLAN Results for Year 7 & 9 Students

Published on 3 September 2014
Dear Parents/Carers Each student will receive through their TEAM a letter containing their NAPLAN results. These will be distributed 4 September or thereafter if your student is away. Please encourage your student to discuss their results with you with a view to praising achievement and encouraging further application where needed. Should you have any further […]
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Congratulations!

Published on 2 September 2014
Well done to the two Mount Stromlo students who represented the ACT in under 17’s Volleyball. Jamie Clayden in Girls – Gained MVP for ACT Harry Clayden for boys Also, a great effore to the following Mount Stromlo students who represented at the National schoolboys/girls competition in Adelaide on the 23 – 29 August Girls […]
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AFL Maths Challenge

Published on 29 August 2014
Australia is celebrating Litearcy and Numeracy Week. Here at Mount Stromlo we are celebrating too by entering the 3P Learning AFL Maths Challenge. 3P Learning are the makers of Mathletics, Spellodrome and IntoScience. This week we have had small incursions allowing students time to work on the challenge. First students have gone to their face-maker […]
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