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It is hard to believe that we are already in week 9 of term 4 and Family Night is this Wednesday.  Thank you to those parents who have volunteered to assist with cooking the BBQ and helping sell drinks, glow sticks, raffle tickets and the ham wheel tickets.  Many hands make light work and every bit of assistance will make the night run smoothly.  Teachers have sent home notes, regarding costumes and practices are in full swing.  Everyone is looking forward to a fantastic community event! 



Over the next 2 days, classes will be collecting food items (non-perishable and in date) or Christmas items to include in the class hampers.  Each item will provide each student with a raffle ticket to go into the draw to win the hamper at Family Night.  Please note in order to be eligible to win the hamper you must be at the draw (will be drawn after all of the class performances at the end of Family Night).



This year, celebration day will be held on Monday 9th December from 9am in the hall.  Students from Prep – Year 5 will be celebrated at this time.  A special graduation ceremony will be held for Year 6 students from 7pm on 9th December in the hall (students must be in full school uniform).



Over the next two weeks, classes at the top of E Block (Year 3, 4 and 6) will be relocating, due to refurbishment happening over the school holidays and into term 1, 2020.  This work is long overdue in that area of the school and will ensure all classes up there will have the same size classrooms, a wet area including a sink and tap as well as enclosing the veranda.

The Computer Lab will also be having a new roof installed over the Christmas Holidays.



Enrolments for PREP and all other year levels for 2020 are now open! 



With only 2 weeks of school left, students are beginning to bring Christmas cards to school to mark the end of the school year and celebrate the festive time with their friends.  A friendly reminder that NO candy canes are to be handed out with Christmas cards, due to food allergies and intolerances.   Thank you for your understanding.