Marist reduce waste

Pandora Frake, Michelle Lilford and Benjamin Campbell are leading change towards an environmentally friendly Marist Sion College.

Marist Sion College, Warragul is taking steps to ensure it is environmentally friendly through several recent initiatives. Tammy Logan of Gippsland Unwrapped recently delivered a presentation to year nine students to educate them on effective ways to reduce the amount

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Major trophies for Marist

Marist Sion College student Wilson McGillivray in full flight at the 43rd Australian Marist Cricket Carnival in Sydney last week.

Sean Masterson and Wilson McGillivray led the way for Marist Sion College at the 43rd Australian Marist Cricket Carnival held in Sydney last week. In a wonderful performance the college collected two of the three major individual trophies, with Masterson

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Remembrance Day services

Marist Sion College's Jazmin Taura (left) and Eloise Shelton lay a wreath on behalf of their school at the Drouin Remembrance Day observance.

The chilly and breezy conditions at Drouin did not deter almost 100 people turning out to pay respects at the town’s memorial on Remembrance Day. Chairman of the commemoration Drouin RSL sub-branch president Rod McNab pointed out the significance of

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Solemn ceremonies honour lives lost in war

Marist-Sion school captains Jacinta Heywood and Lachlan Pyle represented the school at the Warragul Remembrance Day service.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette November 17, 2015 Local schools were well represented as Warragul and Drouin citizens gathered last Wednesday to mark Remembrance Day. They were solemn occasions in the wake of the 100th anniversary a few months earlier of

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40th birthday for Marist-Sion

Bernie Gleeson, Monique Segafredo and Jessie Gleeson at the celebrations.

Warragul And Drouin Gazette, November 3, 2015 Marist-Sion College celebrated its 40th anniversary recently with a weekend of celebrations including a gala dinner, mass and back-to event. Past and present staff and students gathered for the weekend of celebrations on

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Sporting success

AFL Gippsland football development manager Rob Reid presented the Gippsland carnival Cup to Marist
Sion football captain Dylan Wilson

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, August 11, 2015 Marist Sion College Warragul’s senior team put in a valiant effort in its school football Shield campaign. Taking out the Gippsland region level, the school progressed to compete for the Country Shield in

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Drone captures 40th anniversary

Pre-planning paid off for drone day at Marist-Sion College recently when students and staff gathered for the filming and an aerial photograph of the school community forming a giant 40 on the school oval.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, June 9, 2015 As part of its 40th anniversary celebrations, Marist-Sion College students and staff formed a 40 on the school oval for an aerial photograph recently. The college is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

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Shaving for a cure

Hannah Cadzow, who battled cancer as a two-year-old, receives a hug from her Jindivick Primary School grade prep teacher Joan Price after shaving her head.

By Emma Ballingall Warragul & Drouin Gazette March 24, 2015 A year 12 student who had cancer as a child and a mother who watched her daughter beat leukaemia were among local residents joining the World’s Greatest Shave. Local participants

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Mitchell’s bright prospects

Mitchell Needham received his scholarship from Carmel Meehan of the
Victorian Association for Gifted and Talented Children.

A Marist-Sion College year 11 student has received one of two scholarships awarded by the Victorian Association for Gifted and Talented Children. The $2000 scholarship will help Mitchell Needham to pursue his interests in science and information technology. Staff development

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Umpires set the goals

Lachlan Pyle, Sam Whibley and Daniel Giardina enjoyed the opportunity to take part in the AFL Umpire roadshow where they explored ideas of leadership.

Student leaders at Marist Sion took part in a leadership program with AFL umpires Matt Stevic and Chris Roberts recently. Roberts, a former student at Marist Sion, said the program aimed to inspire students to set goals to reach an

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