Term 4 Week 8   Tues 15th December 2009

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New Caledonia Study Tour 2010

Information Night..tonight ….. school library…Tues 15 Dec @7:30pm

For all students interested in participating in the New Caledonia Study Tour 2010.            Merci, M Nicassio, Tour organiser


goldmedals for volleyball

A big week of volleyball.  medals for senior girls, U/16 boys and U/14 girls  


silvermedals for U/14 boys div 1 and U15 girls div 1


 medal for U/14 boys div 2.                                    A full round up next year.

Greg Thomas, Volleyball coach

The Second Hand Bookroom has closed.

More than 550 students have sold books through the Book room, payment is being arranged.  Thanks to ex student Jeremy Taylor who managed the team of ex-EHS students and handled hundreds of books and buyers’ slips.   The school sees this venture as an important support to the parent community.  All feedback should be made to Brenda Wilkins 9430 5117.  Note NO CASHIER this Thursday and Friday (see notice inside)

Booklists for North of the Yarra can still be accepted at the General Office.

Principal’s Report

Year 12 2009 VCE Results

I congratulate all students in the class of 2009 for having achieved excellent VCE results.  Over 11% of students achieved an Enter score of 90 and above.  31% of students achieved an Enter score of 80 and above and 75% of students achieved an enter score of 50 and above.  These are excellent results taking into consideration that the program for these students was somewhat disrupted by a number of events throughout the year, including the Black Saturday bushfires and Swineflu.  Our students remained focused and continued with their preparation as the year progressed.  I thank all of the staff who have worked very hard to support the students to continue achieving their very best throughout the year and in supporting them to overcome obstacles.  The Year 12 students are all considering their future pathways and we wish them all the very best in getting into their preferred selections.  Further information on tertiary offers will be published in one of the early editions of the 2010 Community Newsletter.

National Volleyball Competition 2009

I congratulate all of our students who were members of the 14 teams that represented our school at the National Volleyball Competition.  Outstanding results were achieved, I can announce that six medals were brought home - three gold, two silver and one bronze.  The breakdown of the results are outlined below and I not only congratulate the students but also their coaches and managers, without whose help I am certain these results would not have been possible.  This is a community supported event and I know that throughout the competition a number of parents and friends of Eltham High School attended the competition, particularly on those occasions when our teams were playing off for medals.  I wish to also thank all the staff who continue to support the Volleyball Program, not only those staff who are directly involved with the program, but also those who remain behind and cover classes for coaches and managers.  This year has been an outstanding year for the volleyball program and we look forward to continued success in 2010.  It would be remiss of me not to personally acknowledge the extremely hard work, commitment and strong leadership of Greg Thomas who has taken the program to such a high level of performance.  I thank Greg and wish him all the very best with the competitions in 2010.


1.       Open Boys Honours - 8th

2.       Open Girls Div 1 - GOLD MEDAL

3.       U/17 Girls Honours - 5th

4.       U/16 Girls Honours - 6th

5.       U/16 Boys Div 1 - team 1  - GOLD MEDAL

6.       U/16 Boys Div 1 team 2 - 19th

7.       U/15 Girls Div 1 - team 1 - SILVER MEDAL

8.       U/15 Girls Div 1 - team 2 - 15th

9.       U/15 Boys Honours - 4th

10.     U/15 Boys Div 1 - 12th

11.     U/14 Girls Div 1 - GOLD MEDAL

12.     U/14 Girls Div 2 - 11th

13.     U/14 Boys Div 1 - SILVER MEDAL

14.     U/14 Boys Div 2 - BRONZE MEDAL

Activities Program 2009

The activities program this year has proven to be an outstanding success.  Students are having a wonderful time and are involved in a range of both school based and outdoor activities.  I wish to thank all the staff who have worked very hard in the organisation of the program to ensure its optimum success.

School Cashier

Please be aware that due to end of year processes which will begin on Thursday, 17 December the school will not be able to receipt payments received after Wednesday, 16 December 2009 until the start of the school year in 2010.  The Cashier will therefore be closed on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 December 2009.  Should you have any queries regarding this matter please contact Kathleen Hannan on 9430 5105.

Staff Farewells

I wish to acknowledge and thank a range of staff who will be leaving Eltham High School as of the end of 2009:

Shannon Argall

Gareth De Korte

Amanda McTernan

Mark Pengilley

Garry McKelvie

Sally Campbell

Amanda Egglestone

Ruth Lindsey

Lauren Seymour

Nat Lamb

Greg Lambert

Ivan McKinnon

Sue Simpson

Liam O’Neill


Each of these people has contributed a great deal to the life of the school and to this community.  I wish them all the very best as they embark on new ventures.  New staff to the school will be welcomed at the start of 2010.

End of 2009 School Year

The last day of the Scheduled school program will be Thursday, 17 December 2009.  On this day students will be dismissed from school at 2:30pm.  I ask parents to ensure that you have organised safe transport for your children from school on this afternoon.  I take this opportunity to thank all members of our community for your ongoing support of Eltham High School and in particular, of me in my role as Principal.

2009 has been a challenging year in a variety of different ways and I know that we would not have been able to achieve what we have without the ongoing support of our local and wider communities.  I wish to acknowledge the hard work and commitment of all the staff throughout 2009, including teaching and non‑teaching staff.  Their dedication, hard work and commitment is exemplary and I wish to commend them for the way in which they have approached all challenges throughout this year.  I am looking forward to an exciting 2010 as we implement the strategies in support of our school improvement focus.  I wish all members of our community a very merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year and I look forward to working with you in 2010.

Vincent Sicari, Principal

Attention canteen volunteers 2010

A mailout with the Term 1 roster will be posted early in 2010

Thank you for volunteering your time.

Important re School Cashier CLOSED

Cashier closed Thursday 17 & Friday 18 December

Due to end of year processes we are unable to receipt payments received after Wednesday 16 December 2009 until 2010

Any queries regarding this matter, please contact  Kathleen Hannan, Finance Manager on  9430 5105


A reminder to all students who have borrowed books from the SWC office that these need to be returned NOW.  If you require books for next year please contact Brendan Monigatti or Di Parry ASAP


Remember to use an appropriate sun screen, wear a hat and choose a shady space to sit in during lunchtime, we are lucky to have so many of them at our school.  Remember, there’s nothing healthy about a tan.

Trevor Jenkins for the Health and Well-being Committee


Could you assist local families at Christmas?   We have boxes near the front office for non-perishable food, cleaners, Manchester etc

Thank you to all who have added to our collection.

Help us make it a happy Christmas for all.


Mr Monigatti & Ms Parry, Student Welfare Office


An Invitation to all Year 7 parents to …

Meet the Teachers

Monday 1st March 2010

This evening provides the opportunity for parents to meet with the coordinators, home group teachers and classroom teachers of their children for 2010.  More details next year.

Looking forward to meeting with you, Jr School Co ord team

eNewsletter - to ensure your copy of the weekly Community Newsletter and other Special bulletins from the Principal register to receive an email version

We encourage parents to go to our website, www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au click on the Parent Newsletter link and choose subscribe (follow the four steps)   more than 500 newsletters are sent each week!   Imagine the paper we’re saving!!!    Thank you


A reminder about the Second Hand Instrument Register [$5 for your instrument to be entered after it has been checked by one of our staff] and the Second Hand Uniform Sales [send in your uniform item CLEAN, tagged with name and phone number]  Please contact Jill 9430 5127.

And something to look out for ... The Eltham Jazz and Heritage Festival on Saturday 23rd January, our Stage Band is performing at 1.45pm with Gian Slater.

The staff of the music faculty take this opportunity to wish everyone a wonderful Festive Season and a New Year of health and happiness ... and music!


Jill Browne, Music Administration



Made to your order ………………..

Rolls / sandwich – multi grain / white

Butter / hommus / creamed cheese / tzatziki

Lettuce / tomato / carrot / beetroot / cucumber / cheese

Red onion / avocado / egg / celery / corn

Ham / silverside / tuna / chicken / roast beef / salmon

Tomato sauce / fruit chutney / mayonnaise / mustard-hot-mild-honey wholegrain / chilli sauce / pickles


A selection of muffins, cakes, slices etc


Bottled/packaged drinks – variety juices, flavoured milk, green teas, cans of soft drinks and slurpees


Icy poles / ice creams sold via the window to the quadrangle


(hot food available pre order system in the warmer weather)


The 2010 price list can be found at…. http://www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au

documents…. canteen list 2010



Expression of Interest for VCE Dance 2010

If there is enough student interest it is a possibility to run VCE Dance after school on a Tuesday or Friday night, from 3.30-6.30. Units 1 & 3 and Units 2 & 4 will run concurrently. There will be a cost involved dependant on the number of students who participate. At this stage we are requesting an Expression of Interest from students and their parents. Students can get an Expression of Interest form from Ms. McLeod in the arts office.  Please return the form to Ms. McLeod ASAP.  Cost will be dependent on the number of students who participate in the course.



Merry Christmas and a safe holiday to all students, parents and staff



December 2009 / February 2010

Thurs 17

Yr 7 & 8 students dismissed at 2 :30pm

Fri 18

Last Day Term 4

Return to school dates ---- February 2010

Mon 1

First day for Yr 7, 11 & 12

Tues 2

First day for Yr 8, 9 & 10

Thurs 4

Yr 7 Aquarena Doncaster – 2 groups am & pm

Tues 9

Student photos

Wed 10

Yr 7 cricket

Thurs 11

Sport Swimming Sports at Doncaster

Tues 16

Sport – Snr Round Robin

Wed 17

Music – Recruitment Night in the hall 7:30pm

Thurs 18

Sport Yr 8 Round Robin

Mon 22

Sport – Athletic Sports at George St, Doncaster


The school photographer – Fotomakers will take all student groups on 9 February 2010.    Information order packs will be delivered to students early 2010.


Immunisation cards will be issued day one of 2010 to all students in Year 7 and 10.  All cards i.e. YES or NO are to be returned to the General Office by Thursday 18th February 2010.  Please note funding for immunisation via the Shire is based on return of cards, thank you.

YEAR 12 DVD (fundraiser for Media)

You can buy a DVD of memories of Year 12 by ordering a copy of the 2009 Commemorative Video; featuring live footage and photographs you can relive precious memories from this important final year at Eltham High.

Simply pay $25 to the cashier.  DVD’s on order are available for collection from the main office.  Orders placed after 7 December will be available at a later date.

Kathy Hughes, Media Coordinator


Reports are scheduled to be on-line by 3pm on the following days:             Year 11 Friday 11 December

Middle School ( 9 & 10 ) Wednesday 16 December

Junior School ( 7 & 8 )Thursday 17th December

Student Report Folders- available for pick up

Parents are able to access reports by using their student’s login credentials.  It is expected that families will download and store reports electronically, either on their computer hard drive, a CD/DVD or a flash drive.  Reports will be available online during your student’s time at EHS.  If you wish to print/store in hard copy, the school has a limited number of report folders available.  If you would like a cover it can be collected from the General office by parents while the stock lasts.          Darren Squires, Assistant Principal Curriculum.

The web edition of Community News carries many notices for community events…check it out!


The annual publication is an extraordinary achievement, showcasing the work of students from all year levels and abilities. It is a celebration of the creativity of our students at Eltham High School.   Did your child have something published in the 2008 Anthology?  The office still has copies to sell.  These would make excellent gifts for proud family and friends.  Copies are reduced to $12.               Rai Jones



More Community Announcements/Advertising on the web this week www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au


We invite parents/families to use


Student Attendance/Notice of absence/attendance check    Jan Baddeley   94305114

Payments via the cashier- don’t forget we accept BPay    Denise Frankenberg / Helen O’Meara   9430 5118

Enquiries re statements   Kathleen Hannan   9430 5105

Student Welfare coordinators

Brendan Monigatti / Di Parry    9430 5123

Newsletter items / Tutors   Brenda Wilkins    9430 5117

Sick Bay / medical (asthma) plans/ Lost Property check    Michelle Ford     9430 5120

Canteen volunteers   Gael Carter, Manager   9430 5122-


We have buyers waiting if you have no further use for your pre-loved CAS Calculator ( now required all Maths students 10-12)   Please contact Brenda in the General Office.

Attention:Parents & Students Yr 10/11/12 2010

Students in Year 10, 11 or 12 Mathematics are required to have a TI-Nspire CAS calculator for 2010.  The old TI83 and TI84 graphics calculators are now obsolete and will not be suitable for use in these classes.

The School has negotiated a special price with The Organiser & Calculator King for the sale of these calculators …please phone…..see contact details below

TI-Nspire    @     $195.00  Inc GST

(Normally $219.95 on the booklist)

Please note: Calculators are covered by a 1 year warranty.

*A receipt will be given with each purchase which must be kept for Warranty purposes.

The Organiser & Calculator King

33 Park Street South Melbourne 3205

Tel: 9696 3366

Fax: 9696 9166

Email: sales@calculatorking.com.au



What about Christmas Lunch this year?

Many of us find ourselves at a bit of a loose end on Christmas Day, have you considered how you might spend Christmas Day this year?  You are invited to a community Christmas lunch in Diamond Creek on Christmas Day at 12 noon.  Come along and enjoy a meal in relaxed and friendly company.  There is no cost.  Transport can be arranged.  Everyone is welcome.  This will be held in the hall of the Uniting Church on the corner of Main Road and Wensley Street, right next to the Plaza.

If you would like to have a chat about coming or just to say “yes” call Diane on 9718 2035 or Loni on 9438 1107.  If no answer please leave your name and phone number.

Eltham CFA Junior Volunteers

A Social, Recreational and Skill Development Program for

11 to 15 year olds

Starts March 2010

Contact Sarah or David for further Information

Sarah 0431 245 196    /    David 0408 198 951

BPay Logo Vector DownloadDid you know that you can now pay your accounts using BPAY?

Simply use the biller code and reference number listed on your July statement which was mailed out during the holidays. 

If you provide us with details at the time of your payment we will allocate it in accordance with your request.  Email your payment details to accounts  at  elthamhs.vic.edu.au otherwise it will be allocated as follows:

1.     Essential education items

2.     Optional extras

3.     Voluntary financial contributions.

Please note that biller code 87361 will show DEECD (Department of Education and Early Childhood Development) NOT Eltham High School.  The Department initially receives the payment and then distributes to schools the next day so there is a processing delay of two days.

As confirmation of this new process we will be posting receipts to families for all BPay transactions during term three only, after this time receipts will only be issued upon request. 

Kathleen Hannan, Acting Business Manager


Summer fun in the City – 9 Jan to 14 Feb 2010    Program booklets available at the front counter


Discover your creative flair for fashion & hair design

This innovative course will provide students with a foundation in fashion and hair design together with make-up artistry to pursue further study within the creative industries.  By providing 'real life' experience, this course aims to give students an understanding of the dynamic and exciting creative world of runway fashion.

Upon completion students will gain:

·          An understanding of fashion styling, hair design and make-up application

·          A hands-on skill creating simple and original styled looks for the face, hair and body

·          An ability to manage time and teams for completed looks

·          Experience in organising and showcasing designs in a live runway show

PRICE: $500 and includes all materials.  Further info/ locations /timetable /book for workshop, visit www.pivot-point.edu.au/whitehouse or call 03 9604 3321

This course will run from Mon18 Jan to Fri 22 Jan 2010  COST is $500 and includes all materials

LOCATION: Melbourne   Pivot Point Academy  382 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

Whitehouse Institute of Design Mail Exchange Building,   Level 4 672 Bourke St, Melbourne



In late January 2010, students, aged 15 – 18 years, from over 15 countries will be arriving in Australia to study at local schools for 5 or 10 months.  Opportunities exist to act as a host family in a volunteer/unpaid capacity.  Hosting can be on a temporary, short or long term basis. 

Host families help provide our students with the chance to study and experience life in Australia.  This is a great way to learn about another country and culture, establish a lifelong link to a family in another country and contribute to international goodwill.  If your family can offer a friendly, supportive and caring home environment, contact us today. 

To learn more about this opportunity call Student Exchange Australia on 1300 135 331

or visit our website: www.studentexchange.org.au


The Nillumbik YouthTeam @ Nillumbik Community Health

Introducing the On Track Program

We are pleased to announce the On Track Program which is specifically designed to support the needs of youth aged between 10-21 years affected by the 2009 bushfires and their families. Sarah van den Berg and Stephen Macpherson have been employed to work with youth in the bushfire affected areas and to offer a range of services such as:

Information …..Referral support …..Outreach …..Individual Support …..Youth & Family Counselling …..Mediation …..Activities & Groups …..Community Education …..Secondary Consultation

On Track Counselling Referrals

Referrals are via the service coordination on 9430 9100 for any 10-21 year olds affected by the 2009 bushfires and their families or see Mr Monigatti or Di Parry at school.


Come and join the new and exciting ELTHAM NETBALL CLUB in 2010.  Games are played on a Saturday and training on Thursday nights.

We cater for all ages and abilities from 9/u to 17/u.  No experience is necessary to join our club, so if you have not played netball before we can teach you.  All details on how you can join our new club can be found on our website at www.elthamnetballclub.com or email Julie on elthamnetballclub@live.com.au or mobile 0433 786 506


Wanted for photography students

Old SLR film cameras in working order, if you can help, and have a camera you are no longer using please send it along to Mr Lyon or Mr Clark. 


Have you changed your contact details?

Please notify Ms Cathy Cukier of any changes you have made ASAP Contact 94305114 or cuk@elthamhs.vic.edu.au


Clothing and articles are collected daily from classrooms and environs.  Parents and students are invited to check for lost property as soon as they suspect something may be missing.  All items with names are returned as soon as possible to students, however many items of clothing and text books etc  do not have names, regrettably.  These items cannot be held indefinitely.  A full list of property is posted on notice boards for students to check.

Interested in keeping fit …..then this is for you!

Training Runs at EHS

Each Friday morning a group of students, girls and boys from Year 7 to Year 10, meet at the Junior School office at 8:00am and set off on a training run.  The runs vary according to age and ability and make use of the local parklands that EHS is fortunate to have on our doorstep.  Members of staff accompany the groups.  A hot chocolate awaits students when they return to school. New members always welcome.

Training at Willinda Park, Greensborough

Students interested in training with the Diamond Valley Athletic Club are invited to join in a training group on a Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 5:00pm. Club coaches, Max Balchin and Lyn Davis will be on hand to explain the arrangements. Sessions usually go through until 6:30pm.


Register to receive an email version of this newsletterthis is a guarantee your copy reaches home – simply go to the web site – www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au click on the newsletter link choose subscribe and follow the prompts.  Thank you for helping save paper & considering the environment.

Student Focus

Student Focus is a lunchtime get together for year 7’s and 8’s every Tuesday in room 101. Come, hang out and join in some crazy, random games! We might even give away a prize or two… If you have any questions, please contact Neale at ngrimes@elthambaptist.net

Run by Eltham Baptist Church


Greensborough Junior Cricket Club

New Players Welcome

2009/10 Season BOYS AND GIRLS

Players for all age groups required:  U/17’s, U/16’s, U/14’s, & U12’s.

All coaches are ACB accredited Level 1 or Level 2.

Venue: War Memorial Park, Greensborough.  Melways 20,H2

Contact : Theo Milligan Junior Sec/Manager 04022 98894

Training  Elder Street Reserve, Elder Street, Watsonia

Melways 20-G5


You could learn a lot from an international brother or sister !

climate change?  further education?

cultural differences?  language?

study habits?  careers?

and what fun teaching him/her about Australian culture.

Carefully selected students will arrive Feb 2010 for 5 months from Europe, Japan and the U.S.A. They will attend local secondary school, are fully insured and have their own spending money.CONTACT 1800 500 501  email :scceaust@scce.com.au



Are you interested in different cultures and languages?

Are you interested in youths and education?

Hosting an EF student may be just what you’re looking for

Our students come from Europe, Asia and South America- just to name a few.

They are fully insured and have their own spending money.

If you would like your family to experience a different culture in your own home and community

And also share your Australia with a deserving young person please call 1800 251 877

www.effoundation.com.au (not for profit exchange organization)


Host Families Needed for Exchange Students

We are hoping that you and your family are interested in the idea of choosing an exchange student to come and live with you for a half, one or even two semesters, sharing your lifestyle with a 15-18 year old girl or boy from Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Japan, Brazil...So if you can afford one extra at mealtimes, which is almost the only cost to you, have a spare bed and wish to make an overseas friend, possibly for life, I'd be very pleased to hear from you - (03)97584279.

Klaus Schumann WEP Community Coordinator


Are you in need of a computer but can't justify the cost?

'Green PCs' is an organisation that distributes internet ready ex-government or corporate computers to individuals or families that hold a current Health Care Card, or other proof of low income status, at an affordable price. Internet and communications service, on-site support and a telephone help desk are also provided.

You can access the 'Green PCs' organisation by visiting InfoXchange Australia at 375-377 Johnson St Abbotsford Vic 3067 Ph: (03) 9418 7400 or at www.infoxchange.net.au


Available now at the General Office: $3 bumper/wheelie bin stickers help us support this Strathewen community initiative to raise money to rebuild the local hall.  Thanks to K&G labels of Whittlesea for their donation.

Drop In to the Kinglake or Kinglake West supported homework program

Are you a secondary student from the Kinglake area?

Do you need a quiet place to do your homework?

Would you like some help from a free tutor?

Then drop into the homework program at either of these locations:

Where: Kinglake West—Mechanics Hall (Wednesdays)

Where: Kinglake—Library (Mondays)

Time: 4.00pm to 6.00pm during the school terms

Tutoring available in the areas of Math, Science & English

This free service is provided by Kildonan Uniting Care

For more information call Kildonan’s Youth Services

on (03) 8401 0100 or email info@kildonan.org.au

Proudly supported by SHARE Community Appeal, Rotary Club of Templestowe & Rotary District 9810 Bushfire Relief Appeal


The Hurstbridge Bushfire Relief Centre is open to provide long-term support to people affected by the bushfires.

The centre – 982 Main St Hurstbridge. Phone 9718 2759 - is open 9-5 weekdays and 10-2 on Saturday.

Services provided include morning tea, clothes washing/drying, working bees organized etc.  etc. 

We are desperately in need of volunteers to help at our centre.  A few hours a day is all that is required.






ABN 56 079 715 735



The school has received funding from the Federal Government through the Pride in Schools Program to upgrade school facilities.  Design and documentation commenced to improve the learning facilities in the 400s Block and Library.  The work comprises opening up classrooms into flexible learning areas with moveable walls.  This work is part of the school’s overall master plan and is in line with the direction that education is heading of providing new learning environments for students with a view of supporting the improvement of learning outcomes.


We are trying to achieve as much as possible with limited funds available.  The overall project cost, including works to the Library is just under $500,000.  By utilising money from the Federal Government, the donations to the Building Fund and also other sources, some additional funds are still required.  A further $125,000 is required to complete this project.  We also have other works in mind around the school to also create a better learning environment for our young people.  These works are in addition to the money provided through the budget process for the major redevelopment of the school.


While construction has now commenced the full extent of works cannot be completed unless additional funds are available.  Some photos of the works in progress can be found on the school web page. 


The school is now seeking support from our community to establish a co-operative so as to complete the full extent of works.  Schools are not able to take out bank loans as they are not legal entities in their own right.  By forming a co-operative that is distinct from the school, it is the co-operative that can apply for a loan.  The school has successfully used co-operatives where additional funds are required to complete large projects.  Extensions and alterations to the Music Block were funded through a co-operative arrangement. 


How can you help? 

Become a shareholder of the cooperative.  This will assist us to secure a loan.  This is a formal process that includes establishment of a co-operative under the Co-operatives Act and also securing a guarantee over the loan amount that is provided by the Victorian State Treasurer.  Shareholders will be allocated 1500, $1 shares, with the 10% deposit of $150 being paid by the school.  All future payments are made by the school.




If you would like to become a member of the new Eltham High School Cooperative, please complete the attached form and return it to the school.  If you require any additional information please contact Bruce Martyn (9430 5171).


The school looks forward to your support of this worthwhile project that will improve the educational outcomes of Eltham High School students.















Surname of Applicant                                                                                                      

Other Names                                                                                                                   




Address to which notices are to be sent                                                                           





1.         I hereby apply to be admitted as a member of the Eltham High School Building Cooperative No2 Limited and to be allotted 1500 shares therein, and in respect of such obligation, I undertake to lodge in accordance with the rules the sum of $150 dollars which sum is made up as follows:


Entrance Fee                                                                                          $0

Paid up share capital (paid by Eltham High School Council)                  $150

Total                                                                                                   $150


2.         *I am over the age of eighteen years

*I am under the age of eighteen years, having been born on           ...........................


* Strike out the words that are inapplicable


3.         If this application is approved and the shares in Eltham High School Building Cooperative No2 Limited be allotted to me, I agree to pay all charges required by the Cooperative and I agree to be bound by the rules of the Cooperative and by any alterations thereof registered in accordance with the Cooperatives Act 1996.







Signature of Applicant              ..............................................




Witness                                    ..............................................


NB: Pursuant to Section 75(1) of the Act, no rights of membership shall be exercised until the member has made such payments or acquired such shares or interest as specified in the rules in that behalf.