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Please find below another copy of the arrangements for tomorrow’s rescheduled Athletics Carnival.  (Please note, students from out of town who had returned a slip indicating they would require transport to and from Hudson Park from the school, will not need to complete any further documentation as those slips are still current.)
 
On Wednesday 23rd July (rescheduled date) the College will hold the Whole School Athletics Carnival at Hudson Park in Goulburn.  The carnival is a compulsory event and a fantastic opportunity for students to participate in a number of athletic events and activities in a supportive, fun, and community focused environment.
 
Details for the carnival are as follows:
  • The carnival is to be held at Hudson Park Goulburn, Wednesday 23rd July (rescheduled date)
  • Students are expected to make their own way to and from Hudson Park. Students must arrive by 9:00am and will be dismissed at 3:20pm  (Please see below for further information)
  • Students are to wear full College PE uniform to and from the carnival.  House colours/costumes may be worn during the day but must be removed before dismissal.  Students who do not have College PE uniform should wear School Uniform.
  • Students should bring a packed lunch and drink.  Alternatively, a barbecue will operate on the day and students will be able to bring money to purchase sausage sandwiches and drinks.
  • If your child is sick on the day or unable to attend school, please phone the College on the morning of the carnival and please supply a written note upon student return.
  • If poor weather conditions result in a postponement of the carnival, announcements will be made on local radio stations and via the College Website.  Should this occur, school will run as per normal Day 8 on the timetable.
 
Due to the large number of events scheduled for the day, the limited time available and the fact that local buslines are beholden to existing contracted routes and unable to alter these, Goulburn based students are expected to make their own way to and from Hudson Park for the carnival. Whilst it is also desirable for students from out-of-town areas to make their own way to and from Hudson Park, we realise that in many cases this will be difficult.  As such, out-of-town students will be offered a shuttle bus service to and from the College, enabling them to utilise usual bus services in the morning and afternoon.  (As stated above, notes already returned will be honoured)
 
The College Athletics Carnival is traditionally a fantastic day for the community.  The focus for the day is participation and as such, all students are encouraged to enter as many events and activities as possible.
 

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