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The staff list for 2017 is as follows.

Parish Priest- Fr. Tony Hill

Principal- Mr. Paul Maher

Deputy Principal- Mrs. Libby Hamilton

Religious Education Coordinator- Mrs. Louise Frewen

Teaching/Learning Coordinator- Mrs. Briony Clarke

Information Technology Coordinator- Miss. Katherine King

Student Wellbeing Coordinator- Mrs. Sally Redfern

Admin Officer- Mrs. Andrea Penman

Physical Education Teacher- Mrs. Melinda Watson

Japanese Teacher- Ayako Misushima

Art Teacher- Mrs. Annette Moloney

ICT Technician- Mr. Brenton Noye

Library Technician- Mrs. Dee Hinss

Reading Recovery Teacher- Mrs. Irene Gilliland

Teacher Assistance-

             Mr. Damien Saxon

             Mrs. Dee Hinss

             Mrs. Kerry Mason

             Mrs. Danielle Anderson

Homeroom Teachers

Foundation

           Mrs. Libby Hamilton

           Mrs. Sally Redfern

  Year 1

           Mrs. Denise Holt

Year 2

                   Mrs Megan Shiner

                   Miss. Katherine King

Year 3

           Miss. Emily Naish           

Year 4

           Mrs. Briony Clarke

Year 5

           Mrs. Thomasina Ramsden

                   Mrs Rachel Timperley 

Year 6

                   Mrs. Louise Frewen 

Identity Statement

St John’s Catholic School is a community, inspired by truth, love and service, that challenges and supports each person to be the best they can be.

Vision Statements

St John’s strives to be a community where:

Students build a relationship with god and Jesus’ teachings are modelled and lived.

The total development of each person is nurtured; cultivating mind, spirit, body, character and imagination.

Home, school and parish work in partnership to create a vibrant learning community.

Difference is valued, risk taking is encouraged and achievements are celebrated within a safe and supportive environment.

Graduate Outcomes

St John’s school endeavours to educate students to be…

Life long learners, open to change, adaptable and willing to question.

Capable learners with strong foundations and competencies in literacy and numeracy.

Creative, engaged and collaborative.

Responsible for their own learning.

Compassionate, caring and responsive to social and justice issues.

Happy, optimistic and hope-filled.

St John's Primary School, Euroa

Phone: (03) 5795 2937
Fax: (03) 5795 1256
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