Edition 10 – Out Now!
Edition 9 – Out Now!
Edition 8 – Out Now!
Congratulations to Year 7 students Ellie Holmes and Collette Condon who competed in the U12 Met North Hockey team at the State Championships. Ellie captained the side who remained undefeated throughout the competition to win the State Championships.
Semester 1 has come to an end with Year 9 Food and Fashion Technology students completing their long-awaited Tote Bags. We think you’ll agree, they have done an outstanding job creating a range of unique designs using applique and hand embellishment!
Congratulations Tiana Odessa of Year 9, selected to represent Australia at the 1st FIG Artistic Gymnastics Junior World Championships in Hungary, following a remarkable display at the Australian Gymnastics Championships where Tiana was named overall 2019 National Champion. Good luck Tiana from all of us here at MSM!
This year, MSM Crochet Club are having a whale of a time crocheting cute toys and in Semester 2 they will be making a granny square blanket for charity. Crochet Club is a fun and crafty initiative where the girls can learn a new skill and spend some mindful moments with friends. Come along and get hooked on crochet! All Welcome!
The Missions of St Vincent girls have been busy decorating and painting boots to be auctioned at the Ronald McDonald ‘Red Boot Hoot’ Gala in August. Helping Ronald McDonald House raise funds to support seriously ill children and their families.
For more information about the 2019 Red Boot Hoot please click the link below:
Well done to our Year 11 Senior Future Problem Solving team who finished an impressive 27th place out of 65 teams at the international competition in Massachusetts. We are very proud of your achievements! The girls have since moved on from the University of Massachusetts to Harvard where they toured the university. They enjoyed an incredible walk around campus, visiting places where presidents and influential people have studied and taking the chance to view the first programmable computer.
Congratulations to Holly O’Flaherty of Year 9 who represented Met North at the Queensland School Sport State Championships in Girls U15 Touch Football. Holly received “The Worker” award for her contribution to the team who placed ‘runners up’ for the bowl series 13-15 Year Girls Touch Football. #MSM #touchfootball #QLDschoolsport #infaithandlove #mtstmichaelscollege