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Echuca College News

Year 7 2016 Transition Day

A4Grade 6 students enrolled at Echuca College for 2016 are invited to attend a transition day on Monday September 14th from 9:30 to 2:30. Students will be collected by bus from Echuca East Primary School, Echuca West Primary School, Echuca South Primary School, Echuca 208 Primary School and Moama Primary School and will return to their schools at the end of the day. Other students will be required to make their own way to and from Echuca College.  

Students are required to be in school uniform and are encouraged to wear sneakers suitable for physical activity.  Please bring a hat and a water bottle, students will need morning tea, the canteen will be open.  A BBQ lunch will be provided for all students.

Students will participate in a variety of classes included woodwork, foods, arts, technology, physical education and science, they will not require their latop or device on this day.

For further information please contact Melissa Gould at  Echuca College.

Echuca Moama Youth Expo

Youth ExpoThe Echuca Moama Youth Expo will be held on Friday September 11 from 10:00am to 2:30pm at the Stubberfield Centre. All students from Years 8, 9 and 10 will be attending. The exhibition will include youth, health and welfare services and community groups in the Echuca/Moama area. The day will be presented in a market style with entertainment of music performances and an art exhibition. Students will attend the Expo in year levels, at a designated time slot of 55 min and mingle around the exhibitions collecting information and engaging with the presenters.

The goal of the expo is to improve the wellbeing, education and training of our young people so they can successfully complete Year 12 or equivalent.

The objectives of the expo are;

  •         - to inform our young people of the health and welfare services and support networks available to them in their local area and how to access them.
  •         - to provide opportunities for all young people to be connected with the community by making them aware of sporting, community groups and options for volunteering and encourage greater participation in these groups.
  •        - to showcase the local artistic and musical talents of our young people.

Mock Interviews 2015

Mock Interviews

Congratulations to the Beacon Foundation and Mrs Dehne for yet another successful ‘Mock Interviews’ program held at the College this week. Mock interviews give our young people a chance to discuss their career options with members of the business community, while experiencing a job interview. There was an impressive range of interviewers and their feedback has been meaningful and honest, reflecting the importance placed on this program by students, teachers and local employers. Our Beacon Co-coordinator, Mrs Dehne, will be handing feedback sheets to students so the whole process can be reviewed. The core components of the Mock Interview program are: confidence, employer expectations, personal presentation, manners and etiquette and communication. Students in Year 10 will now have a template for writing a job application and preparing a resume that they will be able to use in the future. We truly appreciate the support of local companies and businesses who donate their time to support our students. Thank you the following people and organisations; Babsita Tubbergh - GM Water, Tegan Mills - KVM, Anne Peace - Rotary, Kaye Mason, Jan Shellew, Rick Keen, Belinda Owen, Suzanna Gorman and Meryl Brown - Shire of Campaspe, Mandy Zanker - Murray Human Services, Anne Trickey - CCLLEN. Well done to all involved and a special thank you to our local employers/businesses for their support.