HOLY ROSARY NEWSLETTER
Term 2 Week 7 - 9 June
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Well, our gang looked fantastic today, to celebrate ‘Pirate Day!’ And the smiles on their faces when they saw the amazing cupcakes for sale was priceless! In among all this excitement, we celebrated the achievement of many of our students at assembly, and were thoroughly entertained by our students in Year Five Catherine. To them and to their teachers Michelle, Pam and Pat, thank you for such a fantastic start to our day. We enjoyed every minute!!
We are right in the middle of Kindy 2019 interviews. When interviewing new families for Kindy 2019 I ask what brings them to Holy Rosary. By far, most of the responses involve ‘Word of Mouth’ recommendations from current or former parents. Many of the recommendations have focused on the standard of education but also the strong sense of community that exists here, and people definitely want to be a part of that. I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who has recommended our school to others, and would like to assure you that we do not take that support for granted. We really appreciate it. Thank you!
Many of our children will be receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation this weekend. Please keep them in your prayers.
Next week sees the children of Year One Catherine strut their stuff at assembly. We look forward to your company.
Don't forget! Quiz night next week!
Have a great weekend.
Mark de Kluyver
DATES TO REMEMBER
Saturday 10 June
- Sacrament of Confirmation 6pm
Sunday 11 June
- Sacrament of Confirmation 10am
Monday 12 June
- Cross Country - Yrs 3-6
Thursday 15 June
- 2D Class Mass - 9am
Friday 16 June
- 1C Class Assembly/Merit Awards
Saturday 17 June
- Quiz Night - 7pm - Gym
Thursday 22 June
- Winter Sports (Yr 6)
Friday 23 June
- Junior Disco - 4 - 5.30pm (Kindy to Yr 3)
- Senior Disco - 6 - 7.30pm (Yr 4 - Yr 6)
Student Free Days 2017
- Thursday 21 Sept - Staff PD
- Friday 22 Sept - Student Free
MERIT AWARDS ASSEMBLY 16 JUNE
PPD - Oscar Richardson, Lucy Zaehner, Ciara Rattray, Louis Milankov
IC - Alice Brain, Jack Pyne, Marlee Watson
ID - Liam Breheny, Sam Hunter, James Noblett, Elizabeth Sansalone
2C - Stella Ferguson, Aiden Grant, Ronan Puzon
2D - Lucia McDonnell, Anthony Bogos, Charlee Kuenen
3C - Andre Della Franca, Lawson Drinkwater, Katia King
3D - Tyrese Deeka, Willa Chapman, Dominic Della Saul
4C - Jack Borgas, Olivia Cowan, Aston Cowley, Sebastian Thomas,
4D - Isabelle Capolingua, Daniel Miniello, Jake Gooch, Remi Distante, Daniel Rippon
5C - Elise Gavin, Matthew Perryman, Hayley Swift, Mia Toutountzis
5D - Patrick Spyvee, Sacha Meyer, Evie Martin, Callum Goodlet
6C - Mackenzie Boekhoorn, Noah Cowan, Noah Gaudoin, Blake Morison
6D - Jorja Van Pelt, Jayden Rippon, Zachary Maddaford, Benjamin Borgas
There are still a considerable amount of school fees that are outstanding. Please make every effort to make payment of these as soon as possible.
P & F NEWS
Holy Rosary Quiz Night
Have you booked your table for Holy Rosary Quiz night?
As you may know this is the schools major fundraiser for the year and we are raising funds to complete the schools contemporary class room project.
A beer, wine and champagne bar is available on the evening - BYO nibbles.
Where: Holy Rosary School Gym
When: Saturday, 17 June 2017 from 7pm until 11pm
Tables of 8 or 10, tickets are $20 per person.
Lucky door prizes and a raffle on the night. Also a fantastic silent auction.
BOOK YOUR TABLE NOW!
Head to the event website at:
Or alternatively email us at:
Thanks again for all your support the kids and the school really appreciates it!
Entertainment Books: To order an Entertainment Book online please go to www.entbook.com.au/8437a8 - The cost of a Book or Digital Membership is $70. Extra order forms were sent out to all families on Wednesday. Forms are also available from the School Office.
Please click HERE for P & F Facebook page.
THE FAMILY BUSINESSES OF HOLY ROSARY
GET TO KNOW US!
We are super excited to introduce the families of the businesses behind Holy Rosary. The P&F Committee has put together a Business Directory of school families and encourage everyone to use them. These businesses aim to support the P&F committee in the various projects they undertake.
GET TO KNOW Kate Brain
What do you do?
We deliver dinner kits – delicious, balanced recipes and all the ingredients required (in the exact amounts required) for you to easily cook fresh meals at home. We do the meal planning, ingredient sourcing and prepping for you, saving you time, money and dinner time stress and reducing your food waste at the end of each week.
No more ‘what’s for dinner’ – just grab your dinner kit, cook and serve!
Why Did You Choose Your Profession?
We have a long background in working with (and enjoying) good food, having owned cafes and commercial kitchens over the past 20 years. When we had kids and life became extra busy we saw the need for an easier way to have dinner on the table at the end of the day, without the usual ‘what’s for dinner’ stress along with missing ingredients, food shopping with kids (urgh) and the routine of eating the same few meals every night. With Keiran's background in food service and mine in Marketing we were excited about the challenge of trying out this relatively new concept on the Perth market.
What was the last picture you took with your phone?
Food of course! A new dish I’m hoping to add to an up coming menu.
Have you ever danced in the rain?
NO, I use far too much product in my hair for that to be an option.
What is your perfect pizza?
At the moment I love a simple base with Italian sausage and truffle oil.
What cheers you up?
Relaxing weekends with the family, fun nights out with friends and the few moments after you’ve tidied the house, before it is messed up again.
Who is your hero?
My mum. She has worked hard and done well in her career, keeps very busy and still has time to be an extremely hands on parent and Nanna to all her grand kids. She also sees the lighter side of life, has great advice and is heaps of fun.
Have you ever been in a food fight?
No, but I’ve had a few fights over food (dinner time with kids).
If you joined the circus what would you perform?
Juggling. Cos I’m a mum, and that’s what we do.
What was your favourite band growing up?
Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Lemonheads (remember them?) grungy 90s rock (that was a long time ago!).
What song will always get you on the dance floor?
What is your favourite family recipe?
Slow cooked chicken broth with lots of ginger, garlic and herbs to beat the winter bugs or nanna's pumpkin scones (translated to thermomix).
What is your favourite family tradition?
Excessive decorating and celebrating everything! Christmas & Easter decorations everywhere and birthday banners and balloons. More recently, board game and movie night on weekends.
On Wednesday, 7th of June, four of the school student leaders Mackenzie, Megan, Cooper and myself went to LifeLink Day Launch at Newman College. At this event, we learnt that the money collected is to help others that need it most. I thought it was amazing how there were 40,000 LifeLink hearts, and a few hundred were from Holy Rosary Primary School all placed on Newman’s oval in the shape of a heart. Bishop Sproxton and Archbishop Costelloe were there and spoke about how Life Link Day started and what it is about. I was proud to represent Holy Rosary at this event. We finished the event with a delicious morning tea.
By Ben Butson.
Ahoy there! It’s Pirate Week in the Library! We are getting closer to the Finals for the Chess Tournament. The Book Fair was a HUGE success!! Thank you to our wonderful Holy Rosary community, staff, amazing Library Monitors and fabulous parent helpers for all their support. Special thanks to Lisa Monzu, Josephine Miniello and Laura McFadgen for giving up their day to help set up and pack up the Fair. New bean bags and books here we come!
Click here for winter menu
Mon 12 June - N Hyndes
Wed 14 June - S Gray, L Pinheiro, P Berry
Fri16 June - L Maddaford, T Zeid
Next Wednesday’s soup will be: Tomato & Tortellini
Leanna 0414 953 958
School Banking is every Tuesday 8:15am - 8:45am at the Canteen.
Sonja, Christine and Natalie
Monday 8:30am ‐ 9:15am & Thursday 8:30am ‐ 9:15am
The uniform shop is not open during the holidays or on PD days. Click here for order form or collect a form from the School Office. Orders can be left in the Office, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. These will be delivered to your child’s classroom, once payment is successful.
Susanne Zerk - Uniform Shop Coordinator
Siena Centre Wine Fundraiser
Please support the Siena Centre to purchase some much needed resources.
From time to time specific resources are required for the children to achieve their goals. Special Education resources are usually very costly because there is less of a demand for them. Last year the Siena Centre was able to replace our laminator, we are continually laminating schedules, high interest word cards etc and many other visuals. We thank you for supporting this fundraiser in 2016.
This year we would like to modernise our cause and effect toys as well as our fine motor equipment. A number of our children have complex communication needs, our talking switch devices need to be replaced due to constant use, they give the children who have limited voices to contribute to discussions. Once again this year we will allocate some of the money raised towards reading materials.
The rest of the funds, if there are any left will be put towards a wheel chair swing that is going to be installed at a later time.
Please click HERE for Order form. All orders must be returned by 4pm on Monday 19 June and wine can be collected from outside the Library on Friday 23 June and Monday 26 June between 3:30 and 5:30pm.
2017 Sacramental Program
This Parish family based program covers the sacraments of Confirmation, First Eucharist and Reconciliation. The dates are:
Confirmation: 10 June 6 pm Mass or 11 June 10 am Mass
First Eucharist: 9 Sept 6 pm Mass or 10 Sept 10 am Mass
Reconciliation: 21st Oct 5 pm or 28th Oct 5 pm
For further information contact Kaye Shervington on 0411 123 44
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Marriage Encounter Weekend - Remember the early days of your marriage. Just being together was most important. The Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend has the same focus. The weekend centres entirely on your relationship. It is a positive and private experience between you and your spouse, that can help see again those loving qualities in each other that you may be taking for granted. Take a weekend out of the busyness of your lifestyle, where there is just the two of you, free of distractions. We invite you to join us on our next Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. 11 – 13 August or 13 - 15 October 2017. For information or booking contact: 0424 220 625 – George & Monica or Email: WAbookings@wwme.org.au Website – www.wwme.org.au
This stunning 'black tie' event will commence with pre soirée champagne at 7pm in the foyer of the Astral Foyer of Crown Perth, with a 7.30pm start time inside the beautiful Astral Ballroom.
Tickets are $250 each ($2,500 per table of 10) and include pre-dinner champagne, a three course dining experience and quality selection of beverages. We have live music by Perth's favourite 9 piece band 'Amanda Dee and Soothe Band' and DJ Swami.
In addition, you will have the opportunity to participate in the silent and live auction which will be presented by the talented and entertaining auctioneer Tim Gossage, who will also be our Master of Ceremonies for the evening.
The popular 'Princesses Pearl' ring will again be up to win and remember the main raffle is never one to be missed! There are holidays, art and exclusive jewellery pieces to be won.
Why not get a table of 10 friends together and join us...
BOOK YOUR TABLE NOW!!
We would prefer tables of ten, however, individual tickets are available.
For tickets please contact email@example.com