We wish all those Year 5 families a lovely day out as they participate in the Alzeimer’s Australia Walk-a-thon tomorrow. Please look out for the organiser Dana Lutat and her family, and the ATC banner. Please wear ATC Supporter’s gear or ATC colours so that ATC families can walk together in the blue, green and white!
2017 ATC Community Directory
The Community Directory has been uploaded to Seqta and viewable and downloadable from there. The intended use of the Directory is for the ATC Community only, in organising transport of boys to and from school, sporting or cultural events and other school-related matters.
Instructions to access the Community Directory:
1. Go to the ATC Website
2. Click on Parent Lounge (top right hand side menu) on the ATC website
3. Login into your Seqta account
4. Click on Documents on the left hand side menu
5. Scroll down in Documents to Parent Information in the light blue section and you will see “2017 ATC P & F Community Directory” . Please note, the 2016 ATC P & F Community Directory is still available for viewing.
Sport Canteen this weekend
Please remember that the Sport Canteen will not be open today on the oval for the home games.
Parent Evening Out
Middle and Senior School Parents are invited to the Kenmore Tavern’s Courtyard Bar on Saturday, June 3 at 7pm for a casual catch up with friends, to swap notes on teenagers and meet other parents in the school community. You can order meals and drinks from the bar and there is a full bistro menu. We would love to see you there. Please indicate on this Facebook event if you are interested in coming along. If you require more information, contact Laurraine on mobile 0438737599.
Our next book club will be held on Monday 5 June 2017 at 7:30pm at Clare Montwill’s home, 112 Greenford Street, Chapel Hill. If you are attending please phone Clare on 0404 244 414 to RSVP. We are reading ‘The Soldier’s Curse’ by Meg & Tom Keneally. Happy Reading!
AFL Boys’ Day Out AFL
The Annual Boys’ Day Out for AFL LIONS vs WESTERN BULLDOGS match is on Saturday 5 August. This is an event for all family members (dads, mums, sons, daughters and grandparents). We will meet at 3pm for pizza & drinks and then proceed as a group into the stadium for the match. Full package includes pizza & drinks, commemorative ATC cap and ticket with prices ranging from $120 for a Family ticket (2 adults, 2 Juniors) to $25 for a Junior ticket (6-14 y/o). Reduced pricing for package without the cap and for game tickets only. Closing date Friday, 30 June 2017. Book your tickets by clicking here. Any questions, please email Scott Kiel-Chisholm.
P&F Date Claimers
Middle & Senior School Parents Night Out – Saturday 3 June
Parent Book Club – Monday 5 June
P&F Meeting – Tuesday, 6 June
AFL Boys Day Out – Saturday, 5 August
Mr Martin Bradshaw, P&F President
In Our Community
On Sunday 4 June our near neighbours, Indooroopilly Montessori will hold their Annual Picnic in the Park on Jack Bowers Oval. Ambrose Treacy College is a major sponsor of the day and our ATC Jazz Band, Big Band, Handbells and Magicians will be entertaining the crowds. We look forward to seeing you at our tent on the day. There are rides, food stalls, games and loads of entertainment.
Get Caught Reading
This month the Library has launch the Get Caught Reading initiative in the Middle School. You can take a photo of your son reading and share it with the Library. Photos will be displayed in at Westcourt and entries go into the draw to win goody bags. Send your photos to Westcourt Library
Vacancy- School Crossing Supervisors
Casual positions exist for School Crossing Supervisors at Ambrose Treacy College. Some pre-employment conditions apply. Roster is up to 5 days per week in all weather conditions, 1.5 hours per day on a rostered basis. Pay Rate $28.89per hour. Applications are available from the College Reception. If you require more information please email ATC Administration
Microwave use for Middle & Senior School
There is now a microwave available for Years 7, 8 9 and 10 students to heat up their meals at the breaks. In order to use the microwave, parents and students will need to read the safety and maintenance rules, and sign the permission form available to download via the link below.
Join the Scouts
The purpose of Scouts Australia is to encourage the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development of young people so that they may take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens, and as members of their local, national and international communities. Today’s Scouts can take part in an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, from ‘traditional Scouting skills’ such as camping and bushcraft, through to more extreme challenges such as abseiling, overnight hiking, rafting, canoeing, canyoning, snow activities, rock climbing, sailing… even flying! If you are interested in joining the Scouts, please download the link below for more information.
If you have a Community event you would like advertised in ATConnect, please email the details to the Communications Office.