This week's Bulletin photos capture the essence of the beautifully staged 2018 production of "Peter Pan". The energy and obvious commitment of the cast communicated the story and its characters to maximum effect. The dancing sequences were stunning. Everyone, whether lead characters or members of the ensembles, did their part. The rapid and professional scene changes speak highly of the backstage crew. Front of house and publicity, sound and lighting were equally professional. The students know that they were in the fortunate position of being in the hands of an outstanding Director Ms Victoria Sayner, her highly skilled assistant Jessica Spagnuolo and the imaginative staging skills and commitment of David Curran, recently retired member of the SDPC staff. Many other staff members supported this production and their names also appeared on the program.
Last Day of Term is a special day for obvious reasons. Included in the events is a major end of term Assembly at which we will welcome two representatives of organisations who work in special ways for the community. A dentist from Mercy Ship will come to receive a cheque from the 2018 Gala Day fundraising. Mercy Ship takes health professionals into many disadvantaged places around the world where their services are given freely. Closer to home are the North Adelaide Prospect St. Vincent De Paul group who will offer thanks to our community for their contributions to the Winter Appeal.
Dismissal on Friday 6 July will be at the normal time.
Term 3 will commence on Monday 23 July.
Have a good holiday everyone.
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