From our SRC Executive
From our SRC Executive
Every year, Cancer Council hosts Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, bringing people together to raise funds for the prevention, support and research of cancer. As part of our Year 12 Initiative, the SRC Executive Team decided to plan our own Biggest Morning Tea, and through our endeavours we managed to raise an astounding $1,212.59 for the Cancer Council! With only a few weeks to plan, the SRC’s held a morning tea for staff and Year 12 students during recess, as well as a bake stall in the Jordan Courtyard at lunch. It is rare to find a person who has not been impacted by cancer in one way or another, and we thought that bringing people together over some delicious baked goods would be a lovely event to have at this point in the year. We would like to say an enormous thank you to Ms Mcilroy for assisting us with organising, we could not have done it without her! Thank you to all those staff members and Year 12 students who baked for the occasion, and anyone who donated to our fundraiser, the money raised will go towards creating a more cancer-free future.
“events like these always give us a little break to spend time with each other just when we need it.”
Our Year 12 cohort has been keeping busy with the Morning Tea, Senior Formal and of course our studies, but events like these always give us a little break to spend time with each other just when we need it. The Year 12 Retreat in Week 1 of Term 3 and the Vinnies sleep out are events that the cohort are anticipating eagerly. The 2022 Seniors have such a tight bond, and these friendships are only made stronger by the support we receive from each other during one of our toughest years of schooling. As we move into our mid-year exams, the care and help we receive from our teachers, coordinators and greater school community assists us immensely, and the bonds we’ve formed with SAC contributes to the bittersweet end of our schooling. We look forward to spending these last few months as Year 12’s getting involved with our JAM group, cheering loud at Athletics Carnival and working hard at Mercy Day, as well as making memories to last a lifetime of our final year at SAC.
Year 12 Student and SRC President