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Weekly Reflection

A Prayer For Rest

Jesus, I am tired. My mind is frazzled, my hands are full, and my emotions are reeling with all the things I have to do. Help me to come to You in the middle of the overwhelm. Remind me of Your ever-present help in my times of need. Show me how to rest in You. Reveal to me both the beauty in the work and in the rest. Calm my anxious thoughts and encourage my heart with Your nearness. Instruct me in Your ways. Bring productivity and contentment out of the peace and comfort I find. Settle me in Your truth and in Your love. Amen.

Now may the Lord of peace himself give you his peace at all times and in every situation.

~ 2 Thessalonians 3:16



Shaun Coates

Religious Education and Faith Development Coordinator

From the Principal

Learning Resource Centre

It was pleasing to see the positive student and staff reaction to using this new resource which opened on Monday.

While the official opening will happen next year, parents/guardians may be interested in the symbolism of the sculpture at the entrance to the Learning Resource Centre.

The sculpture, created by Chris Sage, depicts the human hands holding open the Book of Wisdom.

It provides an insight to the purpose of the Learning Resource Centre as a place where people can meet and have worlds opened to them through the sharing of knowledge.

The Book of Wisdom has been used in the imagery further referencing the Bible as the constant source of our Christian Story. Books have traditionally been a source where one can gain information, get lost in the fantasy, enjoy time reflecting on stories, as well as analysing and sharing beliefs through different genres.

The Books in the sculpture outside the Learning Resource Centre are well worn and loved, referencing relationships of humans with the written word.



Mark Sheehan

Principal

Sports News

Year 8 Premier League

Our Cricket and Netball teams battled well in their Semi Finals on Thursday 14th November, but were both beaten by stronger sides on the day. Congratulations to our Boys Basketball team for winning their semi-final! They will now face St Monica’s College in the Grand Final at Sheehan Stadium starting at 1:30pm. Parents and guardians are most welcome to attend. Please sign in at the front office and then make your way to Sheehan Stadium by 1:15pm.

Results

Boys Basketball: CRC Melton 66 def Salesian College 23

Netball: Salesian College 36 def CRC Melton 18

Cricket: Salesian College 1/57 def CRC Melton 7/55

CRC Sports Awards Night

Students who have performed well in SACCSS Carnivals and Premier League are invited to the Sports Awards Night held in the PAC on Tuesday 26th November. In order to assist with organising the evening, please RSVP by Friday 22nd November via CareMonkey and be sure to include the number of guests attending on the night. A light supper will be provided at 6:30pm with Presentations beginning at 7:00pm.

Formal invitations will be handed out to students this week. Full school Summer uniform is to be worn.

Olympic Change-Maker Award

Congratulations to Jack O'Rourke on receiving the prestigeous 2019 Australian Olympic Change-Maker Award.

The award recognises students who are demonstrating the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities.

Dean Henneman

Head of Sport



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