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Auburn South Weekly

07 March 2018
Issue 5 blue Week
Principal's Report
Assistant Principals' Update
Science Talent Search
Important School Dates 
Chinese Language Program 
Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden
Library News
Parents Association
Canteen and Uniform Shop
Extra-Curricular Programs
Parent Reps
Parenting Ideas Articles
Community Notices 
Camp Australia
Auburn South Local Business Directory
Auburn South Primary School
(03) 9882 2140
419 Tooronga Road
Hawthorn East, Victoria, 3123

Principal's Report

School Council Update

With 4 parent member vacancies for school council and 4 nominations, there will not need to be an election. Congratulations to the following parents will join the ASPS School Council from April this year:

  • Jun Yang
  • Mark O'Brien
  • Shaun Cooley
  • Jemima Collins

Having recently approved a new Strategic plan and with the schools IB PYP Evaluation coming up in 2019, it is certainly a busy and exciting time to be joining  school council. It is my pleasure to introduce our newest parent members below.


Jun Yang

My name is Jun and I am the proud mum of three boys at ASPS: Ethan Mar in Grade 5, Lachlan in Grade 2 and Rohan in Prep.  Although being a mum keeps me busy, I also work as an Endocrinologist at Monash Health treating patients with hormone disorders, and conduct medical research on the hormonal causes of high blood pressure (as a Scientist at Hudson Institute of Medical Research).  My other commitments include being a Joey Scout leader with 1st Glen Iris, where I enjoy helping young children develop a range of personal and social skills.  I will now relish the opportunity to contribute to the life of ASPS by joining the School Council.  I care a great deal about the quality of children’s education, especially in mathematics and science, health and development.  As a fluent Mandarin speaker I am also interested to see the school's Chinese program succeed.  I am sure that my vision is the same vision shared by all parents - to help bring out the very best in our children through effective learning.


Jemima Collins

Hello, I am Jemima and our family joined ASPS in Term 2 last year. I have enjoyed helping in the classroom, canteen and assisting in organizing the 2017 Winter Ball, which prompted me to join the Parents’ Association. My goal is to be a bridge to help PA and School Council work together to ensure overall collaboration and engagement to create a wonderful school community. You will see me around the school yard with my 6yr son - John, 2yr daughter - Elizabeth and a giant ‘puppy’ dog Murphy.


Shaun Cooley

Shaun has over 25 years of experience working for international financial institutions across private wealth management, global equities, foreign exchange, mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets.


Shaun is currently the Head of Product at JBWere (a private wealth management company) and  held  senior management roles at global investment banks in Europe and Asia before moving to Australia with his family.  Shaun has two kids at Auburn South Primary (Stella, year 4, and Saxon, year 1) and is dedicated to ensuring that all kids have an educational facility that promotes inclusion & well being. 


Mark O'Brien

I am the dad of Thomas (2B) and Samuel who will be in Prep in 2019. I am delighted to join the Auburn South Primary School Council where I am looking forward to being able to leverage my skills and contribute to our school community.

I have a background in healthcare and am currently General Manager at Junior Adventures Group a large provider of before and after school care that partners with over 400 private, public and catholic primary schools across Australia and the experience and skills I bring to the council includes operational, financial and governance skills. I have an intimate knowledge of the pressures that schools and school communities face so therefore am well placed to support current council members and the wider school community base to drive innovation and continuous improvement.


I am a passionate and hands on dad, and am a firm believer that we have a unique opportunity to build brighter futures through our school curriculum and school community involvement.

I look forward and feel privileged to be part of an already progressive and highly regarded school council.

Prep parents Welcome Evening

This week, all Prep parents will have received an invitation to attend our Prep Parents Welcome Evening in our kitchen garden. This is historically one of the more enjoyable social functions in the year and catering will be provided by our very own SAKG team, karen and Andrea. RSVPs are essential and please return the attached form to the school office by the end of the week.



Thank you to everyone for helping with Schools Clean Up Australia Day on Friday. We have such a lovely school to be proud of and it’s looking wonderful.

We don’t want the wrappers to pollute the environment or animal’s homes.

Let’s keep it clean and put our rubbish in the bin!

REDUCE your rubbish! Bring nude food – that’s food without wrappers!

We had a visit from Josh Frydenberg (above), the Minister for Environment and Energy on Friday to celebrate our school’s involvement with Clean Up Australia. 

Green Team


Valuables at School

Each year, the school reminds parents and students not to bring valuable items (i.e. special toys, expensive watches and jewelry) to school. There is always a risk associated with bringing these items as the may get damaged or go missing.  As a parent, my children don't take toys to school or kinder as these are items that they play with at home. At ASPS we have fantastic play spaces and equipment for recess and lunch playtimes; there isn't a direct need for children to bring in additional toys.  That said, it will take something serious for me to ban specific items and my preference is that students are empowered to make sensible choices about what they bring to school and how they play with them. Please consider the above note with your children as you make the best choice that will suit them socially while taking care of personal items.


In accordance with DET policy, the school does not accept liability for lost or damaged items that are brought to school.


Red Cross Fundraiser (Free Dress Day)

Students are invited to wear something red and to bring a gold coin donation to school on Thursday 29 March. Thank you to Lily Brown and a team of her 4A classmates for leading this initiative.

Additional donations can be made via:




Student Action - Shaving Head at ASPS Picnic!

I am excited to bring to your attention some action being taken by one of our Year 4 students, Isabelle Ting. Isabelle is raising money for the Leukaemia Foundation and will be shaving her head as part of the World's Greatest Shave initiative.  I encourage all families to support Isabelle by visiting her fundraising page below and we'll look forward to the great shave-off at next week's picnic!


"I am doing the World’s Greatest Shave to give people with blood cancer the emotional and practical support they need.

By shaving my hair I will help support people with cancer by donating my hair to make wigs for those who have lost their hair through treatment. By people sponsoring me I hope to raise money that will help to save some lives and give people hope for a well future.

My fundraising is dedicated to my ‘Aunt’ Jane who had Hodgkin Lymphoma and now is well and thriving, living a wonderfully full life. Also my Aunty Barbara who has breast cancer and lost her hair during treatment. Hopefully my donation will help provide wigs for those who need them."

Assistant Principals' Update

Parent Support Programs

The Manningham Council have the following free parenting and support programs on offer that may be of interest for you.


Who’s in Charge: An 8 week program to reclaim respect and calm in your family.

This program is designed for parents or carers of young people (8-17 years) who are out of control, violent and defiant.

It is based in Chadstone and starts on Tuesday April 24th from 7-9.30pm.

For further details ring Monash Family Services 9807 2500 or see the attachment below.

Talking Teens: Helping your kids cope in a chaotic world

This 5 week program is designed for parents and carers of young people aged 12-19 years.

Learn to talk so they will listen, stay connected, support them to cope in a chaotic world.

It is based in Blackburn and starts on Monday 14th May

For further details ring Helena at Parentzone on 9735 6134 or see the attachment below.

Growing Resilient Kids: A 5 session program for parents of children 3 to 13.

This program is designed to help your child deal with anxious feelings, manage change and stay connected.

It is based  in Park Orchards and starts on Mondays from 10am - 12 noon.

For further details ring Sharon Muir at Anglicare on 0438 683 049 or see the attachment below.

Dads Matter: A 6 session program for Dads to help their children to thrive

This program is designed to help Dads understand their role in their child life, set rules and consequences and develop and deepen your relationship with your child.

It is based in Boronia and starts on Thursday 3rd May 7-9pm.

For further details ring Helena at Anglicare on 0488 501 204 or see the attachment below.


Science Talent Search

2018 Science Talent Search

The Science Talent Search (STS) is an annual science based competition open to all primary and secondary students in Victoria, Australia. It promotes creative, self-motivated project work through open-minded multi-disciplinary projects.


Science Talent Search fits closely with the Victorian Curriculum and our IB PYP philosophy. The STS theme for 2018 is: ‘Australian Game Changers and Change Makers’ and as can be seen on the front cover of the handbook it covers a wide range of sciences.  There are nine sections students can choose to enter. The sections are described in detail in the STS Handbook. There are set topics for Creative Writing and Posters/Scientific Wallcharts sections only.


The competition runs externally and students will mainly be conducting the projects at home. There will be STS meetings running on Tuesday lunchtimes mainly for mentoring and project working time.


Registration closing date: Monday 28th May (Only the STS coordinator can register students)    

Entry fees: Individual $8 per entry; Group (maximum 2 students) $15 per entry.

The STS Website has all the information and guidelines you need about the competition.


Be sure to look at the “For Students and Parents” pages and “STS handbook.” Judging day with the exception of the two categories Experimental Research and Creative writing will take place on Saturday 4th August.  This is a unique opportunity for students to shine while presenting their projects to a panel of teachers.


You can access guidelines, competition rules and General Information for each section at the front of the handbook.

Division Codes are as follows: Year Level Lower Primary L Prep to Year 2, Middle Primary M Year 3 & 4, Upper Primary P Years 5 & 6


Please see the project references for ideas and the registration form that needs to be filled in and returned to the school office to the attention of  Ms K as soon as possible.


Jo Kretsis

(STS Coordinator)


Entry Categories


Experimental Research

(Lower-Primary/Primary Division)

Creative Writing – Picture Story Books

(Lower Primary/Primary Division)

Working Models (all Divisions)

Games (all Divisions)

Inventions (all Divisions) Posters – Scientific Wallcharts

(Lower Primary/Primary Division) Computer-Programs   

(all Divisions)

Science Photography (all Divisions)

Video Productions (all divisions)


Daily papers, magazines eg. Cosmos, New Scientist, Double Helix, 500 section of our library


Important School Dates 


Thursday 8 March

Whole School Picnic


Monday 12 March

Labour Day Public Holiday


Monday March 19

Chinese New Year/Lantern Festival Assembly 


Thursday 22 March

School Photos

Prep Parents Welcome Evening (SAKG) 


Friday 23 March

Year 1 Melbourne Aquarium


Tuesday 27 March

School Council AGM (7.30-8.30pm)


Wednesday 28 March

Year 2 Andrew Wegner Incursion


Thursday 29 March

Last Day Term 1 (2.30pm Dismissal)


Monday 16 April

Term 2 Commences


Wednesday 18 April

Year 2 Healesville Excursion

China Educational Tour Information Night


Thursday 19 April

Year 3 NGV Excursion


Friday 20 April

Year 3 NGV Excursion


Wednesday 25 April

ANZAC Day Public Holiday


Monday 7 May

Year 1 Melbourne Zoo

Friday 11 May

Mother's Day Event (Details TBC)


Tuesday 15 May

NAPLAN (Years 3 & 5)


Wednesday 16 May

NAPLAN (Years 3 & 5)


Thursday 17 May

NAPLAN (Years 3 & 5)


Monday 21 May

Grandparents & Special Friends Day (9-11.10am)


Thursday 24 May

Kooyong District Cross Country


Monday 11 June

Queen's Birthday Public Holiday


Tuesday 12 June

Instrumental Concert (P-3)


Wednesday 13 June

Instrumental Concert (4-6)


Thursday 14 June

Instrumental Variety Concert


Monday 18 June

Year 5 Camp (depart)


Wednesday 20 June

Year 5 Camp (return)


Friday 22 June

Student Reports (sent home)


Monday 25 June

3-Way Conferences (all week)


Friday 29 June

Last Day Term 2 (2.30pm Dismissal)


Monday 16 July

Term 3 Commences


Monday 23 July

Year 4 Swimming Program (starts)


Thursday 2 August

Curriculum Day (student free day)


Friday 3 August

Curriculum Day (student free day)


Monday 6 August

Year 3 Swimming Program (starts)


Tuesday 21 August

House Athletics Carnival (Years 3-6)


Monday 27 August

Year 2 Swimming Program (starts)


Friday 31 August

Father's Day Event (Details TBC)


Monday 10 September

Year 1 Swimming Program (starts)


Friday 14 September

School Disco


Friday 21 September

Last Day Term 3 (2.30pm Dismissal)


Monday 8 October

Term 4 Commences


Monday 22 October

Year 1 Program Swimming (starts)


Sunday 28 October

Auburn South Fair (10am - 4pm)


Tuesday 6 November

Melbourne Cup Day Public Holiday


Wednesday 7 November

Year 4 camp (departs)


Friday 9 November 

Year 4 Camp (returns)


Monday 12 November

Year 3 (departs)


Monday 3 December

Year 5/6 Swimming Program (starts)


Wednesday 5 December

Hidden Talents Twilight market


Monday 17 December

Year 6 Graduation


Wednesday 19 December

End of Year Concert


Friday 21 December

Last Day Term 4 (1.30pm dismissal)

Chinese Language Program 

Chinese Lantern Festival / New Year Celebration Assembly!

Dear families, please note in your diaries that our whole school assembly on Monday 19 March will be a special celebration to mark the Chinese New Year and the Lantern Festival. The assembly will include student performers and a special performance by a professional Chinese dance troupe.


Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden


Well the hot weather continues, and the lack of rain has been an issue in the garden this week. Everyone busy watering and mulching.
We are still harvesting zucchini’s, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumber and basil.
4B discovered the hidden treasure while weeding a bed, huge potatoes.
So plenty of good Italian tomato sauce on the menu, loaded with fresh veggies.
Add a bit of pesto bread and a great salad. So all good.


Recipe of the Week - siciliana pasta sauce


60 ml of olive oil

1 brown onion

2 cloves of garlic

1 eggplant (large)

1 capsicum

1 zucchini

1 tin of chopped tomato

2 tomatoes

1/3 cup of olives

½ a bunch of parsley


Finely dice the onion.

Chop the garlic.

Dice the eggplant.

Cut the capsicum into strips.

Dice the zucchini

Chop the tomatoes.

Slice the olives.

Chop the parsley.


In a large saucepan, heat the oil. Add the onion and cook over a medium heat for 3 minutes. Add the garlic and eggplant and cook for a further 5 minutes. Add the zucchini and capsicum and cook for 3 minutes.

Add the tin of tomatoes and the fresh tomatoes, simmer for 20 minutes. Add the olives and simmer for a further 10 minutes.

Stir through the parsley. Serve with the cooked pasta.



Library News

Year Five Zine Scene

        Zine / noun informal:

                               a small magazine that is produced cheaply by  
                               one person or small group  of people, and is 
                               about a subject they are interested in
Year 5, Zine scene!
In 2017 the Year 5 teachers ran a zine workshop for their students. The intention of the workshop was to explore the purpose of zines, to read and reflect on existing zines, learn techniques to create zines, and to experiment with layout and design, (e.g. stamping, collage, colour, shading).  Students then created their own masterpieces. Through their zines, students expressed funny, informative and reflective ideas, publishing and sharing works they had written through inquiry and writers workshop.

Unexpectedly, and with short notice, ASPS had an incredible opportunity to participate in the Zine Fair at Melbourne Town on Sunday, February 2nd, 2018.  Clementine, Halle, Polly, Will, Emma C, Ananya, Ari, Sathya, Addison, Jess, Ms Janover, Ms Corrigan, Ms Hollingsworth & Ms Endersby worked tirelessly to gather ASPS zines for the stall. Over 50 zines were sold, with some of the profits used to purchase zines from other stalls for our library.

ASPS was among the stand out stalls, with a State Library representative and a Brunswick Gallery owner both requesting ASPS zines for their respective exhibits. Currently there is a [small] Zine Exhibition in the ASPS library. There are also [some] blank zines for you to take and create your own!

Please feel welcome to come and view the exhibition and if you have made a zine, bring it to the library – we would love to see it!

From little things, big things grow...

Judy Mundy and Lisa Skelton


Parents Association


Canteen and Uniform Shop


Managers: Erika McCarg & Fiona Cumberlidge

Volunteer Contact:

Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 

All orders placed online via Flexischools


Please look at this roster and see if you could possibly help out at the canteen







Sun Smart Hat Promo

For this term only, all families can purchase two hats for $20.00. We hope that by having 2 hats, students can have a hat that they keep at school (for playtimes, PE and outside activities) and a hat that they can wear when when travelling to and from school.


A payment form is attached below and of course, hats can be purchased from the uniform shop on Friday morning before school. 



We ask for $5 to cover laundering. 

Please collect on Friday morning between 8.30am- 9.15am

The lost property will be available until for collection until the 16th March

Mia Yeoh - size 5 polar fleece

Harvey Devlin - size 4 bomber jacket

Cassie Jennings - size 12 polar fleece

Abby Levin - polar fleece

Isabelle Miotello - size 6 polar fleece

Oliver Martin - size 8 polar fleece

Sternsen - size 10 polar fleece

Ryan Chung - size 8 polar fleece

Cerys Beece - size 6 polar fleece

Nathan Valentine - size 12 polar fleece

Milla Preen - size 6 rain jacket

Oliver Burnes - size 10 polar fleece

Anna Budnik - size 6 polar fleece

Henderson - size 6 polar fleece

Leung - size 10 polar fleece

Chloe B - size 12 polar fleece

William Davey - size 8 polar fleece

Borger - size 10 polar fleece

Jessica Newman - size 4 bomber jacket

Strauch - size 4 bomber jacket

Katya - size 6 bomber jacket

Katya - size 10 bomber jacket

Georgia Gray - size 8 polar fleece



Extra-Curricular Programs

SportsWise After School Programs


Brick Kit Lunchtime Lego Clubs

Tuesday & Wednesday Lunchtimes commencing 6 February



Lunchtime Coding Club

Register your child online via the following online PORTAL


Go Soccer Academy

After-school Soccer Program

Key Contact: Jake Heineman


Phone: 0411 965 556

ASPS Running Group

Wednesday Mornings 8am

(athletes are then walked to school)


Start Training for SSV Cross Country Now.

Beginners to Experienced Runners.


Karen Moir

IAAF Level 3 middle and Long Distance Coach.


For more details and to try a free session.

Before School Chess Clubs

Register your child online via the following online PORTAL


Art Thematic


After-School Chinese language Program

Key Contact: Masa Zhang


Phone: 0433 779 822


Sports Star Academy

Lunchtime and Before School Sports Programs

Visit the Sports Star Academy website for details.

UJEB Judaism Program

Before school class


Commencing Friday 16 February 2018


School Holiday Code Camp

Runs during the second week of Term 1-3 and during the last week of the Term 4 holidays.

Phone: PH: 1300 263 322

Website: Code Camp

Parent Reps


Parenting Ideas Articles

Let kids off the leash for greater confidence and resilience

By Michael Grose


“Did you as a child or teenager enjoy more freedom to move around your neighbourhood than you give to your kids?”


I often ask parents this question at my presentations and the answer is usually overwhelmingly affirmative. I then ask:

“Put your hand up if you benefitted from this freedom in any way including developing self-confidence, gaining independence and learning how to solve your own problems.”

Almost every parent present raises a hand.


Deep down we know that giving kids more freedom is good for their overall development, yet we so often struggle to give kids the same liberties to roam that many of us enjoyed as children ourselves.

Recently Tim Berryman, principal of Fitzroy Community School, gave a speech urging parents to be brave and give their children more freedom.


The speech obviously struck a chord, as more parents in his school now allow their children to travel to school independently, as well as walk to the shops, the park or friends’ homes without an adult.

Bravo to the principal for taking a stand and three cheers to the parents who changed their ways and gave their kids the opportunity to roam away from home without adult supervision.


In my book Spoonfed Generation I wrote how it was the edgier escapades – such as climbing walls, exploring drains and building cubbies from scraps scrounged from a nearby wood yard – and not the safe experiences that shaped me and made me less fearful as a child. These types of experiences in unpredictable environments taught me about being resourceful, assessing risk and confronting my fears.


I would strongly argue that although I benefited greatly from a very good formal education at school it was these unorganised activities that helped me reach my full potential. Unfortunately, these are not the type of experiences many of today’s children and young people enjoy.


Not all risks are the same
There are a number of reasons why today’s generation experience less freedom than previous generations. These include busy after-school schedules leaving less time for wandering and the centralisation of shops and parks reducing opportunities for walking. However it’s the perception that the world is a more dangerous place that seems to be most pertinent. This is despite there being little evidence to suggest that stranger danger is on the rise.


The wish to keep kids safe is now paramount for many adults, but it comes at the expense of children’s and young people’s natural developmental need for unpredictable experiences away from constant adult supervision.


We need to be careful we don’t throw all risk into the same basket. We need to separate risk-taking in terms of unsafe/unhealthy risks (e.g. playing chicken with cars on busy roads) and safe/developmental risks (e.g. using traffic lights to cross busy roads). It’s evident that children who are exposed to safe risk-taking usually are less fearful, less anxious and more able to take on new challenges and experiences.


Parents need to be brave
Perhaps one of the hardest parts of parenting is letting go of our primal need to keep kids safe from pain and harm. The wish to protect is in the DNA of most parents, yet we can’t let that innate desire restrict children’s basic developmental need to explore, to be curious and to pull away from parental protectiveness.


As Tim Berryman said so eloquently in his speech, “We don’t need to reflect for long to consider all the disasters that could befall our children in the park, travelling to school or going to the shops. …(But) if we are aware of the cost of this fear, and instead keep it in check, we will help to nurture a more empowered child, laying out the ground for a more empowered adult.”


Just as we want our children to be brave and face their fears, we too need to face down some of the unwarranted fears that we have for our children’s safety. Navigating fear is a part of parenting just as it is part of growing up. It makes us feel uncomfortable. But when we face those fears, confidence and competence grows and anxiety dissipates. This principle is just as pertinent for parents as it is for our kids.

Community Notices 


Camp Australia

Camp Australia

February 28

OSHC Contact: The OSHC contact number: 0452 247 850 this is the only number you can contact me on.

Start time for Before Care: Start time for Before Care is 7:00am

Sunsmart Policy: In Term 1 children are required to wear hats at Aftercare. No Hat, No Play, No fun today.

If you are new to the school, register your child at Go to the new parent portal and follow the steps. In accordance with Camp Australia policy, children are no longer able to use personal electronic devices at Before Care and After Care. This includes mobile phones and laptops.

Holiday Club bookings are now open. For more information about Aussie All Stars Holiday Club go to

This Week: We will be creating beaded jewellery using metallic beads, Hama Beads, creating scratch art pieces and making origami. We will also be doing a variety of amazing Easter art and craft. We will be using natural resources found in the playground to create artwork.  We will be cooking recipes from the Camp Australia cookbook.  We will be playing amazing games: Pacman, everyone is it and many more.

Chicken Feeding: Chicken feeding will recommence in the following weeks.

Dress up Donations: I am looking for dress up donations for After Care.

Important Reminder:  Just a reminder to parents dropping children off at Before Care you must sign your child in.

Cancellations of bookings: To cancel a booking you must provide 7 days’ notice. Which you can do by either calling the customer service number: 1300 105 343 or by going online at:

Family Communication Book: There is now a family communication book if you have any suggestions on how we can improve the service. Please come in and see me.

Parents Participation: Parents feel free to discuss the possibility of presenting to the children a little presentation about their work.

Stars of the Week: Camila Merizalde Vanegas, Kiaan Hau-Tchernakoff, Sophia Shanley

Artists of the Week: Isabelle Miotello, Harry Lawson and Madeleine Maskell

Keep Smiling



Auburn South
Local Business Directory

Coming Soon!

Local businesses will have the opportunity to support the school by purchasing a year-long advertisement in our Local Business Directory. For details, please contact Raphael Slattery in the school office.



Super Student Awards March 19

Harry Collins, Oscar Sparke, Joshua Fong, Abigail Morris, Sophia Mishra, Will Pantano, Beatrice Bilney, Angus Joyes,  Jemma Gray, Mia Yeoh, Jett Cannon, Molly Strauch, Ethan Mar, Olivia Rowell, Hawon Kim, Abdulah Alsayer, Tilly Heelan, Finnegan Gosney, Zara Daffy, Yasmin Rixon, William Bobeff, Tom McLennan, Genevieve O'Callaghan, Leon Huffman, Mikayla McCarthy, Lucy Devine, Zachary Siaw, Huon Beattie, James Lee, Arya Mahase and Zoe Burrowes

COLES Sports for Schools

We are collecting the Coles Sports for Schools Dockets. Please bring them to the office and place them in the box provided.

Grade Functions

Grade 2C  March 24 Parent’s dinner at Tao Dumplings 

Year 1 March 25 Easter Egg Hunt and Play at Anderson Park

Year 3 March 25 Easter Egg Hunt and Picnic

School Photos 

The date for the school photos is now Thursday March 22.

Auburn South Weekly
Prep Parents Welcome Invitation.pdf
Prep Parents Welcome Payment Form.pdf
Auburn South (SPORTWISE) - Registration form (Term 1 2018).pdf
2018 Lunchtime Coding Club.pdf
2018 Chess Program Details.pdf
who's in charge flyer 2018.pdf
who's in charge flyer 2018.pdf
Dads_matter_may2018 (1).pdf
Hat Sale Form.pdf
Science Talent Search Registration Form.pdf