DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Wed 2 Dec Yr 7 Como SC Orientation Day
K/PP Assemble & Orientation
Tues 8 Dec Classroom Showcase
Fri 11 Dec Good Bye 2020 Banquet
Wed 16 Dec Graduation Ceremony
Book Awards Presentation
Classroom Showcase is on afternoon Tuesday 8 December 2.30 -3.30pm.
Students have been busy this term working on inquiry based projects and are keen to showcase their learning.
We look forward to seeing you all.
Graduation Ceremony, Book Awards Presentation & Morning Tea
Families of our graduating students for 2020 are invited to join us for the Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday 16 December 9am in the undercover area.
The Book Awards Presentation will follow on after the Graduation Ceremony.
Graduation students and their families are invited to join Ms Broz and staff in the library for morning tea.
We welcomed to our Coolangahs Kaartdijin class yesterday local elders Aunt Vi and Uncle Mort Hansen who spoke about bush medicine and how to use certain plants in everyday living.
Tip: Crushing eucalyptus leaves in your hand and smelling them and rolling across your forehead will relieve a headache!
Interschool Volleyball Carnival
Students had a great day last Friday at the interschool volleyball carnival and we brought home the Meritorious Award. Congratulations to everyone who participated!!!
Good-Bye 2020 Banquet
Kindy & Pre Primary Orientation Morning
Attendance follow-up notes will be coming home with some students. We ask that parents or guardians please complete, and return them to the class teacher.
Please remember that attendance at school is compulsory, and notifying the school regarding absences is a legal requirement. Absentees can be recorded by visiting the school website (see link below), by calling the office on 9313 1051 or by providing a written note.
Here is a link to our school website where you will find the Absent button http://www.curtinps.wa.edu.au/.
Christmas Hamper Appeal
Classroom Allocations are:
Kindy & Pre Primary Rooms – Drinks
Room 13 – Beetroot
Room 12 – Tinned Fruit
Room 3 – Tuna
Room 4 – Fruit Mince Pies
Containers for Change Barcode
Containers for Change is off to a good start with nearly four bins filled. Please keep all your donations coming. If you wish to take your cans or bottles directly to a donation drop off station, and would like the funds to go to our school, please take a photo of the below barcode as it will need to be scanned during the donation process.
Our School Noticeboard has been created on our website. Please follow the below link to find information on upcoming school events and also flyers and links to programs in our wider community.
From your P&C
We will be running a Christmas raffle at our “Goodbye 2020 Banquet” on December 11 and a looking for donations for prize hampers. If you are able to donate any items that we could include in prize hampers we would appreciate your support.
Suggested donations include:
- Brand new kids toys, books, puzzles or games
- BBQ set/s
- Vouchers for outings, meals, coffee, events, activities for all ages
- Non-perishable food items
Donations can be given to Kelly (Harry and Adelaide’s mum), Joey (Ben and James’ mum) or Melissa (Cayley’s mum) or dropped at the front office next week.
Thank you in advance!
Path removal – assistance wanted
Assistance is requested to remove the old, paved paths between the Harmony Garden and gazebo in the nature playground to allow paths to be upgraded and the Coolangahs Kaartdijins totems installed. The date is to be confirmed (either a weekend morning or a few hours after school in the next week or two). It will require a shovels, a crowbar, a few muscles and a bit of teamwork. If you are willing to assist (pending your availability) please send me an email at email@example.com so we can make it happen. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with other parents and get involved – many hands makes light work!
Did you know that we have a Facebook page? You can follow us here https://www.facebook.com/CurtinPSParentsandFriends
Harmony and Sustainability Gardens
If anyone is a keen gardener (or has any vegetable seedlings we could add to our sustainability garden) and would like to be part of keeping our gardens healthy we’d love to hear from you. Even if you don’t have any experience there are plenty of jobs you can help with (the weeds never take a holiday!) You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org