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District High Schools

 

 

 

 

Information

2019 DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOLS COUNTRY WEEK

Who to Contact

Position Name School Email
 Coordinator  Robyn Brierley  9264 5028 robyn.brierley@education.wa.edu.au
 SSWA Office  9264 4879  school.sport@education.wa.edu.au 

Event Information

Country District High Schools Week is open to schools that have the official classification of District High School, students enrolled at SIDE are also eligible. Other school participation will be considered on application. It is an annual event for country schools to participate in Badminton, Basketball [B, G & Mixed], AFL 9 a side [B & G],  Football [Mixed], Hockey [Mixed], Netball [Girls] and Volleyball [Mixed]. See Main Bulletin for further details.

 

On receipt of all nominations, bulletins and fixtures will be posted on the SSWA website. Please keep a regular check as amendments are frequently made to fixtures due to team nomination changes. We understand that sometimes team changes are impossible to avoid, however, we do urge you to keep your changes minimal so as not to disrupt the competition greatly or cause confusion with other schools

TIMELINE

Main Bulletin available on the SSWA website Friday 7 December 2018 T4 Wk 9
Nominations due Friday 15 June  T2 Wk 6
Sport confirmation to schools Wednesday 31 July T3 Wk 2
Fixtures to schools via the SSWA website Friday 9 August T3 Wk 3
Online School Information Returns due Friday 23 August T3 Wk 5
Final fixtures on website Friday 6 September T3 Wk 7
Submission of Bona Fides Friday 6 September T3 Wk 7

COMPETITION SPECIFICS
Nomination Due Friday 15 June 2019
eligibility Participants must be full time students up to and including Year 10. The maximum age of any participating student is under 17 years as at 30th June in the year of competition. i.e. students must be born after 30 June 2002.
Cost  How much does it cost to participate?

Schools who compete in the carnival share the costs associated with its conduct. The figure payable is $40 per student, based on minimum team numbers i.e. 5 in a Basketball team and 6 in Volleyball.

DATE OF COMPETITION Monday 23 September – Friday 27 September 2019
Venue

 

 

BADMINTON – BENDAT BASKETBALL CENTRE

BASKETBALL (BOYS & MIXED) – BENDAT BASKETBALL CENTRE

AFL (BOYS) –  PAT GOODRIDGE OVAL

AFL (GIRLS) – PAT GOODRIDGE OVAL

HOCKEY ( MIXED) – UWA HOCKEY TURF

NETBALL (GIRLS) – STATE NETBALL CENTRE

VOLLEYBALL (MIXED) – BENDAT BASKETBALL CENTRE

MAIN BULLETIN Main Bulletin DHS 2019
FIXTURES TO SCHOOLS Friday 9 August 2019
VENUE RISK MANAGEMENT Click HERE (Not Yet Available)
FURTHER INFORMATION TO ASSIST YOU Captain Cook Cruise River Cruise

Ideas of Things to See and Do Around Perth

Nomination and Returns

Fixtures

Click on the below sports for the current fixtures.

 

Please check the fixtures carefully and contact Robyn Brierley via email at robyn.brierley@education.wa.edu.au if any adjustments are required.

AFL 

Badminton

Basketball

Hockey

Netball

Volleyball –

Active Achievers

Active Achiever Awards

The award procedure is as follows:

1)  Each school involved in DHS Country Week has the opportunity to nominate a maximum of two female and two male students.

 

2)  The nominated students should:

– portray positive images about health and well being,

– be actively involved in school and/or community activities,

– be attending District High Schools Country Week.

 

This document can be used as a guide: DHS Active Achiever Awards Selection-Criteria

 

  3)  Each student nominated will be individually congratulated and receive a certificate of recognition at the Opening Ceremony.

 

 

Complete and submit this online nomination form:

Active Achievers School Nomination Form

 

Nominations close: Friday 13 September 2019

Regional Delegates

 Regional Delegates

The Country DHS Delegates are elected annually to represent the needs of their district. The annual country delegate meeting is held in March where all issues are discussed pertinent to the smooth and efficient running of the carnival. To check out the minutes of this meeting click on the link below.

 

Delegates Meeting Minutes for meeting held Friday 30 November 2018 – Click HERE

 

MID WEST MIDLANDS NORTHERN SOUTH WEST
Petrina Bean

Dalwallinu DHS

Petrina.Bean@education.wa.edu.au

Craig Gmeiner

Narembeen DHS

Craig.Gmeiner@education.wa.edu.au

 Ross Annen

John Willcock

Ross.Annen@education.wa.edu.au

Phil Epps
Morawa DHS
phillip.epps@education.wa.edu.au 
CAPS Coolgardie  Beverley DHS  Carnamah DHS Bethel Christian School
Dalwallinu DHS  Boddington DHS Christmas Island DHS  Boyup Brook DHS
Dowerin DHS  Brookton DHS Cocos Island DHS  Bridgetown HS
Goldfield Baptist College Bruce Rock DHS Derby DHS Corrigin DHS
Jerramungup DHS Cunderdin DHS Dongara DHS Donnybrook DHS
Kambalda West DHS Gingin DHS Exmouth DHS Gnowangerup DHS
Leonora DHS Kellerberrin DHS Fitzroy Valley DHS Kojonup DHS
Meekatharra DHS Mukinbudin DHS Geraldton Grammar Kulin DHS
Mount Magnet DHS Narembeen DHS Halls Creek DHS Lake Grace DHS
Norseman DHS Quairading DHS John Willcock College Nannup DHS
Ravensthorpe DHS Toodyay DHS Jurien Bay DHS Northcliffe DHS
Southern Cross DHS York DHS Kalbarri DHS Pemberton DHS
Wyalkatchem DHS Kununurra DHS Wagin DHS
 Wongan Hills DHS Morawa DHS Waroona DHS
Mullewa DHS
Northampton DHS
Roebourne DHS
Shark Bay School
Wyndham DHS

 

Service Awards

 

Awards Criteria

SSWA Awards – Nomination Form

 

School Sport WA (SSWA) recognises that members of the school sport family should be duly recognised for their work, service and commitment to school sport. School Sport WA recognizes this contribution through the following awards:

School Sport Australia Service Award

School Sport WA Recognition Award

School Sport WA Honour Award

School Sport WA  Outstanding Service Award

Life Membership of School Sport WA

SSWA may from time to time confer any of the above awards based on the criteria listed attached. These awards may be recommended by a school, sports committee or management group and must be endorsed at an SSWA management meeting.

Results and History