Principal's Report -
Week 10 Newsletter
Year 5-6 sleepover
Year 5 and 6 students had a great night on their sleepover cooking Spaghetti for tea with chocolate cake and ice-cream for dessert. Watching movies and playing sardines, along with nibbling on a few snacks filled out the night. They had a great night and would like to thank Mrs Gathercole for coming back out to school for the night and leaving her boys even when she doesn’t work on a Thursday or Friday.
Year 6 Graduation Dance
Briana Hogarth joined the King Valley Cluster Year 6 student to celebrate their graduation on Monday night. A graduation dance was held at Edi Hall. Briana along with the other students have been learning some ‘old time dances’ which they performed on the night. It was great to see all of Briana’s family at the Edi Hall to watch the dances and celebrate with the rest of the cluster the end of Briana’s primary school years. You did a fantastic job Briana.
Year F-2 extended stay at school.
The F-2 students will be at school tonight for extended session. They will be swimming, cooking pizzas for tea, playing games and watching a movie if time permits. I am sure they will have a great time and be back nice and early in the morning to cook pancakes for breakfast.
Swimming at school has started and will continue on every Wednesday and Friday (weather permitting). On some very hot days, if children bring their bathers we may have a cool of swim at lunchtime.
Christmas Carols by Candlelight
The students have all been practising with Alex their selection of songs to sing on the night. This year has the added entertainment of other performers singing before the students. This should add to the night’s atmosphere. A free sausage sizzle will be on offer from 6.00 pm as per previous years.
So don't forget, it is this Friday evening, the 14th December. Bring your friends and family along for the evening.
The forecast for the weather is not looking great at this stage, however please still come along as we will be set up inside the classrooms.
Show Us Your Wheels
As you all know, Show Us Your Wheels comes around very quickly later in February. There is a meeting this Wednesday 12th December at 5:30pm here at school to get everything organised and work out who will be doing what. Please come along, as we all know, many hands make light work and this event does rely on as many families as possible to help out on the day and beforehand.