Newsletter: Term 3 - Week 9
A Message from the Principal
Dates to Remember
Communications Sent Home This Week
Notes and Emails Home
SMS Texts Home
2022 School Satisfaction & Climate Survey
Donations Required to make products
(You can imagine with 800 students we need a lot!)
Plain flour Vegetable Oil
Popping corn Cream of Tartar
Salt Baking powder
Cheap conditioner Cornflour
Snap Lock Bags (small) Googly eyes
Baby oil Curling ribbon
Washi tape Rice
Feathers Quelch Sticks
Small clean plastic jars with lid
Balloons Lead pencils
Microwave popcorn Dishwashing liquid
Face Paint Glycerin
Bendable straws Patterned paper
Pipe Cleaners/Chenille Sticks Soap
Embroidery Thread Water Balloons
Halal lollipops Paper cups
Small Styrofoam balls
Gel Pens Sharpies
Small smooth rocks (decorative garden type)
Fresh Ingredients Donations required Week 5
Coconut water, frozen mixed berries, bananas, coconut yoghurt, honey
Donations to be used as prizes
Small bouncy balls, stickers, temporary tattoos, glitter pens, fancy pencils, novelty erasers, wrapped lollies, lollipops, packets of seeds, hair accessories, packet of cards, small toys (good used condition accepted), Post-it notes, fridge magnets, cookie cutters, crayons, colourful chalk, mini bubbles, lanyards, lego mini figs, matchbox cars, key ring, fun paper clips, mini puzzles ....... little fun items to win as prizes.
(We are trying to minimise the use of lollies as prizes.)
Donations accepted from next week.
Performing Arts Donations
We would like to remind families that lost property is not collected or stored at the front office.
Effort is made to return labelled clothing to the child's Learning Group when found.
Please label each item of clothing to make this process easier.
Every building/Learning Group has a lost property collection.
Please check for lost items in your child's learning area.
Sharing Food for Celebrations
Future of Education Equity Fund
Keeping our students safe is always a top priority, and we remind you of the importance of safety when driving through the school carpark.
In order to maintain the efficient flow of traffic, upon entering the carpark off William Cooper Avenue, please drive as far down the carpark as you can to let your child/ren out of your vehicle. Please do not stop at the top end of the carpark near the entry as this prevents other vehicles from entering the carpark and holds up traffic along William Cooper Avenue. We ask that parents/carers do not exit their vehicles as this can slow down traffic flow and there are repercussions for other motorists. If you need to assist your child/ren to exit your vehicle, you will need to park in a parking bay. Parents/carers and visitors are encouraged to use the rear car park off Mabo Boulevard to park in order to drop-off/pick-up students, or to park for extended periods throughout the school day.
Thank you for your assistance in following this routine so we can provide a safer environment for everyone.
Storytime in the Library
Parents' and Citizens' Association
P&C Committee Meeting
Position Vacant - First Aid Volunteers
We are looking to add 'First Aid Officer' to our volunteer list. If you have a first aid certificate, and would be willing to come along to our events and help out for an hour or two, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org