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Mareeba SHS After-School Study Support Centre
Mareeba State High School is supporting the academic success of all our students by offering a study support program. The Centre is a combined initiative of Mareeba State High School, Mulungu Aboriginal Corporation Primary Health Care Services and the Mareeba PCYC. Together, as a community, we are working to provide the best educational opportunities for the young people of Mareeba.
Our After School Study Support Centre will be provided in the MSHS Library on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3.15pm to 4.15pm.  The first session will be on Tuesday May 3, 2016. A light afternoon tea will be available for volunteers, staff and students.
All students enrolled at Mareeba SHS in Years 7 to 12 are invited to attend the sessions and discuss their needs with the staff, or alternatively, they are welcome to use the Centre as a place for quiet study. Teachers and other support staff will be on hand to assist students with their questions and study needs. The aim of the Centre is to provide a structured venue for study, as well as support and information on how to study.
The Centre contact is Mrs. Penny Terrill, Deputy Principal MSHS on (Ph) 4086 2777. Parents or other Community members requiring further information about the initiative/volunteering at the Centre are invited to contact the school.
All students will need to be collected or to have left the school grounds by 4:30 each afternoon. 




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