Parents & Friends AssociationThe Parents & Friends Association would like to welcome all members of the College community to the 2019 school year.
PurposeThe Parent & Friends Association at Mount Carmel is a vital part of the school community. The goals of the Mount Carmel Parents and Friends Association are to:
- Support the school through fundraising
- Foster a sense of community amongst parents
- Assist with communication between parents and the school
- The Mount Carmel College Parents & Friends Association is raising funds…and here’s how you can support us.
- Order your 2019/2020 Entertainment Membership today and both the College and you will benefit. From each membership purchased, the College receives 20% of the total cost, while every membership purchased by a member of the College community gives them amazing offers for activities, attractions, shopping, travel and all kinds of tasty treats – from cool cafes to fabulous fine dining. The hundreds of valuable offers are valid until June 1, 2020.
- Memberships come in the form of either an actual book or as a digital version, which has all the offers readily available to view and use via the Entertainment Book app.
- To order your Book or Digital Membership securely online, visit Entertainment Book.
- Co-Presidents: Amanda Hart and Rebeccah Fleming
- Treasurer: Sophie Newland
- Secretary: Rebeccah Fleming
Minutes of Meetings
- Minutes - August 2019
- Minutes - June 2019
- Minutes - May 2019
- Minutes - November 2018
- Minutes - August 2018
- Minutes - March 2018
- Minutes - February 2018
How to get involved
- The P&F Association is a great way to meet other parents, have a say in how funds are spent, and work on some fun projects that will have a positive outcome for the students of Mount Carmel College. The Committee currently meets twice a term in the O’Brien Resource Centre (College Library), with some members catching up more often when working on specific activities or events.
Over the years, the P&F Committee have supported the College and its students in providing valuable funding towards the following:
- Choral risers for Cahill Centre to alleviate seating issues at whole school events
- Choir stands
- Mobile stands to display students work at events such as Arts Evening
- Two class sets of wireless keyboards for Ipads
- 3D printer for the Primary classes
- Sand & Water table to support children with autism and sensory sensitivities
- Playground equipment for primary students
- Equipment to support the STEM based activity during National Science Week
- Music scholarships for three Year Seven students
- Religious Education Cengage books
- Production and installation of the Tower Banner displaying the annual College theme
- Purchase of a storage shed for Parents and Friends Committee