Farmers' Day

Farmers' Day

Farmers' Day

Newsletter Week 10 Term 3 18 September 2018 Key Dates, Term 3 Dear Parents, Children and Friends, ONLINE SAFETY DAY We recently had an Online Safety Day to help support our students in remaining safe online. Years 4-6 participated in a student workshop about digital footprints and keeping their information private. Staff from St Mary’s and JPC joined our staff for a teacher workshop where we learned about the latest trends in child online activity. In the evening, parents from the three schools participated in an enlightening session about the challenges facing families in the use of technology by children. They were provided with a number of resources to help combat common issues and the parents who attended found it to be a very informative evening.

YEAR 6 CAMP Our Year 6 students, along with Miss Miles, Mrs Gregory and Mr Foy, our parent helper, returned on Friday evening from five days in Perth for camp. They participated in a huge range of challenging activities and have come back tired, but happy to have shared this special experience with their classmates. They have made many happy memories! INTERSCHOOL ATHLETICS CARNIVAL Today, a number of our students have been competing in the Interschool Athletics Carnival. All reports so far have been positive and the students are demonstrating excellent sportsmanship and team work.

Thank you to Miss Sturtridge for co-ordinating this event for our students and ensuring they are well prepared. WILL YOU BE IN HERE IN 2019? We are beginning to make plans for 2019, so if your family will be leaving the school between now and the end of the year, please let the office know in writing, as soon as possible. This will allow us to make staffing and enrolment decisions over the coming months. Farmers’ Day This Friday we are having a fundraiser for drought relief. We believe it is important to support other regional communities in times of need, so children are invited to come to school dressed as a farmer, a farm animal, or just in free dress, in exchange for a gold coin donation. The P & F will also be cooking a lunch and orders and payment need to be made by Thursday, as no late orders can be taken. The canteen will not be operating that day.

Mrs Lisa Gallin Principal SEPTEMBER 20 Yr 5-6 Class Mass Altar Server Training after Mass for Yr 4-6 21 Kindy Presentation Assembly Dress like a Farmer Fundraiser LAST DAY TERM 3 OCTOBER 8 Term 4 Commences 11 Reconciliation Parent/ Candidate Workshop 6.00pm 16 Summer Lightning Carnival Jump Jams Visit 17 Yr 4 2019 BYOD Parent Information Session 3pm-4pm 18 Spare Parts Puppet Theatre Incursion P&F Meeting 2pm 19 Yr 4 Presentation Assembly 23 Learning Journey Night 3.15pm—5.00pm 28 Reconciliation Keep in Our Prayers Please pray for members of our community who are sick or in need or our prayerful support.  The Foy family on the recent passing of their grandfather.

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EGGS FOR SALE Our lovely feathered ladies are madly laying eggs at the moment. If you would like to buy a carton please see Lara in the office $5 a carton SCHOOL FEES Term Three fee payments are now overdue. We ask that families, not on a direct debit, finalise their Term Three accounts as soon as possible. If payment presents a difficulty please contact the Principal. UNIFORM SHOP HOURS Tuesday 8.15am - 9.00am and 2.45pm - 3.30pm If you require uniforms outside of these hours, please complete an order form at the office and you will be contacted when the order has been filled.

Cash and Eftpos facilities available. Weeks 4,5,6 & 7 Merit Award Winners Pre-Primary Meg Vaughan Harry Hills-Wright Year 1 Arnav Shetty Christopher Gillie Year 2 Shayanna Jackson Madison Mobilia Jessica Murphy Tyler Roberts Oliver Kildare Year 3 Unitoni Faulua Tahnee Zorzi Year 4 Ava Gregg Stanley Aguilar Keira Edmonds Austin King Year 5 Hana O’Halloran Zemma Wright Madison Hicks Year 6 Kayden Carroll EOI JUNIOR TOUCH FOOTBALL If any children aged 8-12 years would like to play junior touch football this season for the Saints Touch Football Club.

For further information please contact Alannah Gent – 0429 955 222 or Trish Steiner – 0427 902 274. Season starts 20th October 2018 and fees are only $50.00. GOLDFIELDS TENNIS CLINIC Tuesday 2nd - Friday 5th October Red Ball (5-8yrs) 8:00am -9:00am $25 per day or $80 for 4 days Orange and Yellow Ball (9-18yrs) $25 per day or $80 for 4 days Our focus is to promote a fun and exciting week of tennis. The first 3 days we will be focusing on technique and drills to get ready to play around robin tournament on the last day!!!

What to bring: Drink Bottle, Tennis Racket & hat Where: Goldfields Tennis Club, Marshall Street, West Lamington, Kalgoorlie. To book in please call Raj Nathoo (Community Tennis Coach) on 0439 949 236 Or Email-vanrajn@yahoo.com Spots Are Limited So Be Quick!!! Prizes To Be Won!!!

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St Joseph’s School Term Four 2018 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sat/Sun Week 1 8th October First Day of Term for Stu- dents 9th October 10th October Board Finance Meeting 2.30pm 11th October Reconciliation Parent/ Candidate Workshop 6:00pm in Yr 3 12th October Reconciliation ½ Day Retreat at All Hallows 13th /14th October Week 2 15th October 16th October Summer Lightning Carnival Jump Jams Visit 17th October Yr 4 2019 BYOD Parent Information Session 3.00pm – 4.00pm Board Meeting 5.30pm 18th October Incursion – Spare parts Puppet Theatre Yrs-3-6 Puppet Making Workshop Yrs 5-6 P & F Meeting 2pm 19th October Year 4 Assembly 20th /21st October 21st Reconciliation (option 1) at All Hallows 5:30pm Week 3 22nd October 23rd October Learning Journeys 3.15pm-5.00pm 24th October 25th October 26th October 27th /28th October 28th Reconciliation (option 2) at All Hallows 5:30pm Week 4 29th October 30th October 31st October 1st November All Saints Day Mass Learn Outside Day 2nd November Yr 2 Assembly 3rd /4th November Week 5 5th November 6th November Parent Workshop – Beating Bullying & Taming Teasing 7.00-8.30pm 7th November Board Finance Meeting 2.30pm 8th November P & F Meeting 2pm 9th November 10th /11th November Week 6 12th November 13th November 14th November Board Meeting 5.30pm Student Book Swap 15th November 16th November P&F Rainbow Run 17th /18th November Week 7 19th November Advent Reflection 20th November School AGM 21st November 22nd November 23rd November Yr 3 Assembly 24th /25th November Week 8 26th November Advent Reflection 27th November 28th November 29th November 2019 Kindy Orientation Inflatable Day PP-Yr 6 30th November 2019 Pre Kindy Orientation School Transition Morning Yr 6 Assembly 1st /2nd December Week 9 3rd December Advent Reflection 4th December School Concert 5th December Thanksgiving & Graduation Mass 9.30am Graduation Dinner 6pm Final Assembly 2pm 6th December Mud Incursion (some K-3 classes) Movies – Yrs 4 & 5 7th December Excursion Day Year 6 Mud Incursion (some K-3 classes) Students’ Last Day 8th /9th December Week 10 10th December Pupil Free Day 11th December Pupil Free Day 12th December Pupil Free Day 13th December Pupil Free Day 14th December Pupil Free Day Staff Last Day 15th /16th December

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