2007 Archive

 
  • Due to time constraints this Newsletter is linked as a .pdf document.  Please click on the icon to access it. Term 4 No 10.pdf (888.24 KB) If you have trouble with this link, or would like link»
  • Dear ParentsThe Year 11–13 students will be sitting their Preliminary Examinations at the beginning of next term.  After this, they are left with 5 weeks until their final link»
  • FDMC scooped an impressive third place and a deserved bronze medal in the most successful NZ Secondary Schools Soccer tournament campaign in their history.  The significance of their success was more»
  • Dear ParentsVisit of Minister of EducationOn Friday, 10 August, the Minister for Education, Mr Steve Maharey, MP, visited the College.  He was accompanied by the Member for New Plymouth, Mr link»
  • U20s Championship Final – FDMC vs InglewoodIt was finals day, the biggest occasion of the year for Taranaki grass roots rugby. The College was up against Inglewood for the U20s Championship more»
  • Dear ParentsWelcome to Term 3.   I would like to welcome back to school all staff and students for this third term.  This term is a long one this year, ten weeks, and a very important one, more»
  • Six Lasallian Student Leaders, Nick Siffleet, Chas Carroll, Tim Hills, William Rowland, Scott Corboy and David Hills, volunteered to help out at this event and have reported that they were treated to more»
  • On Thursday 21 June, Francis Douglas Memorial College students, along with students from Sacred Heart Girls' College, and from the Catholic primary schools in New Plymouth, participated in the more»
  • PILGRIMAGE OF WORLD YOUTH DAY CROSS AND ICONOn Thursday 21 June, Francis Douglas Memorial College entered the annals of history with our significant participation in the pilgrimage of the World Youth more»
  • The annual match vs NPBHS was held on Saturday 9 June.  The final result was a 25-25 draw.  The Term 2 No.6 Newsletter has a full report on the more»
  • To recognise excellence in sporting pursuits, a group of students were presented with their "College Colours" at a special assembly  on Wednesday 16 May.  Simon Gillum, an old boy more»
  • Dear Parents and CaregiversThe College community extendsits congratulations and prayers toBrother Oliver O’Learywho celebrated 75 years as a De La Salle Brotheron 22 May 2007Cyril O’Leary more»
  •  The Cross Country this year was held on Friday 18 May.  The winners were:Year 7 - 1st Damien Mosquera, 2nd Andrew Huesser and 3rd Corban PatersonYear 8 - 1st Daniel Morris, 2nd Joshua more»
  • Dear Parents and CaregiversIn this newsletter I would like to highlight some great achievements over the last few weeks.  It is also timely to look at the academic progress of the College at more»
  • Gala Day this year was held on Saturday 31 March.  The PTA did a great job of organisation, and the day was enjoyed by all the many college supporters who more»
  • Term 1 No3.pdf (483.42 more»
  • The College Athletics Carnival was held on 9 March.  It was very successful and enjoyable day, with Solomon House coming out the overall winners.  The final points scores were:  more»
  • The Swimming Carnival 2007 was held on 23 February.  The winning house was Loreto, with the final points scores: Benildus 1058, LaSalle 1324, Solomon 1383 and Loreto 1417.  more»
  • The Investiture Ceremony for the College's 2007 leaders was held on 28 February.  The Leaders this year are:  Head Boy - Nick Siffleet, Deputy Head Boy - Scott Murphy, Sports Captain - Josh more»
  • Newsletter No. 2 for 2007 - please click on the linkTerm 1 No 2.pdf (986.23 more»
  • Welcome to the first Newsletter for 2007. Please click the link to access the .pdf document Term 1 No 1.pdf [549.30 KB]   If you are having difficulty accessing this document, or if more»