Parents will find a range of useful information on this page including booking parent/teacher interviews, booklists, absence, uniform, as well policies and forms you can download.
Exams will take place from November 19th – 22nd Nov. Year 11 Exams, except VET Music & Music, are being held in the Mac Gym on Monday - Wednesday and in Memorial Hall on Thursday morning. Year 10 Exams are held in the Gym on Thursday.
Please note the following exam conditions:
The Year 12 Valedictory will be held at the Wedge on Wednesday 28th November at 6:30pm. Tickets are now available from the Macalister front office for $20.
Year 9 Graduation evening is coming up very soon! With tickets selling at $15 each. Family members and loved ones are welcome for the first hour and do not have to pay. You must go to the Front Office to buy and collect tickets as they will not be sold at the door on the night. The Ceremony will begin at 6pm with the evening finishing at 9pm.
Who can apply?
The loan period for your laptop ends on December 5th 2018, therefore all students need to backup all data on their laptop to a USB and return the laptop to the Information Technology Office at the Macalister or Guthridge Campus before 3.15pm on December 5th 2018. On return, a technician will examine the Laptop and if it is not in good condition, any damage will be noted and you will be notified of the cost for repairs. The charger, battery and bag must be returned with the Laptop.
Welcome to our COMPASS parent portal. Click here to login to Compass.
COMPASS is a communication tool which allows you to stay up to date on a range of aspects including attendance, lateness and GPA's. As well, you can now book your Parent/Teacher Interviews online through COMPASS.
An App can also be downloaded for mobile devices called COMPASS School Manager.
If you require assistance logging in to COMPASS please contact either front office.
Educloud is a high speed private Wi-Fi service connecting students across the region to their school network and learning resources. The EduCloud platform will enable students and teachers to work, connect and collaborate – across Wellington Shire. Access to EduCloud will be available from the new Port of Sale Wellington Centre from May 2018.
By default, all students will have access to Educloud. However if you do not want your child to have access please complete the Opt Out declaration (available to download from the link below) and return it to the front office.
Further information related to the roll out of the Wellington Shire Educloud platform can be found below:
With the ever evolving access to newer and greater technology, the use of mobile phones has huge potential when it comes to teaching and learning, however, a united front is required in regards to governing appropriate usage. As such, Sale College, in collaboration with staff, students and parents, have developed an official policy regarding the use of mobile phones within college grounds.
You can keep up with important dates and events happening throughout the year by opening our online calendar. If you have your own Google Calendar you can copy events from the School Calendar to yours. Click on an event and a pop up offers you the option to "copy to my calendar".
The calendar is a handy tool for parents to assist with forward planning for family activities.
Respectful Relationships is a core component of the new Victorian Curriculum. Sale College has been selected as a Lead School to help deliver on this part of the new curriculum. Find out more by going to the new Respectful Relationships page.
Ms Cantwell and students prepare food at the Guthridge Campus in preparation for the Guthridge Parent Meet and Greet Evening.
If you want to look back at the 2017 Sale College year highlights, you can download the Awards Day 2017 Slide Show by clicking here.
Be warned, it is 17mb so might take a while!
Parent Teacher Interviews for Year 7-11 will be on the 21st of August 2018 at the Macalister Campus. Bookings will this year be done via Compass and will open soon for parents to schedule appointments.
If you require assistance logging in to Compass please contact either front office.
Please find below the 2018 stationery requirements for each year level.
Both new and existing eligible families will need to apply/reapply for the Camps, Sport and Excursion Fund for this year. Forms can be collected from the front office at either campus.
The conveyance allowance is a form of financial assistance to help families in rural and regional Victoria with the cost of transporting their children to their nearest appropriate school/campus. The conveyance allowance is available to eligible students travelling by public transport, private car and private bus. The conveyance allowance is also available to eligible students whose nearest school is not serviced by a free school bus or students who are more than 4.8km from their nearest bus stop travelling to their nearest government school.
Parents are reminded that we now have a dedicated phone line and email address for student absences. Please ring 51431901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before 8.30am. Leave your student's name, date of absence and the reason for the absence. A note must also be sent with your child on their return to school.
The Information Communications Technology (ICT) Policy which sets out the guidelines for use of ICT at Sale College, is available from the Guthridge or Macalister Campus front office on request. Other Sale College Policies are available from the front office upon request.
The Victorian DET (Department of Education and Training) have produced a booklet called The 201 Literacy and Maths Tips which provides handy hints and ways you can help your child develop literacy and maths skills. It provides practical activities for you do with your child at home and questions you can ask your child to help them learn.
The Department of Education and Training Victoria has produced a free App called SchoolMate that provides a wealth of information for parents about what the curriculum covers at each year level from Foundation to Year 10 and suggests activities and reading that you can do at home to support your child's learning.