HOLY ROSARY NEWSLETTER
Term 2 Week 9 - 23 June
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Making Jesus Real is truly embedded in this reflection from Richard Rohr. I hope you like it.
Another fantastic week comes to a close! Saturday night’s Trivia Night led by P & F President Simon Devlin was just awesome, with a great deal of fun had for an excellent cause. Thursday’s Winter sports Carnival was a great success, and today’s assembly led by 5D was a perfect start to the day.
What a remarkable seven days in the life of our community. The events have been fantastic, and would not have been so without the support and drive of a very large number of people. To all of you, for your contribution to the life of our community, our sincere thanks
Have a great weekend.
Mark de Kluyver
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DATES TO REMEMBER
Friday 23 June
- 5D Class Assembly, Merit Awards, Aussie of the Month
- Junior Disco - 4 - 5.30pm (Kindy to Yr 3)
- Senior Disco - 6 - 7.30pm (Yr 4 - Yr 6)
Tuesday 27 June
- P & F Meeting - 7pm Staffroom
Friday 30 June
- Pyjama Day for the Missions - Gold Coin Donation
- Whole School End of Term Mass - 9am
- PP Bake Sale - Undercover Area 2:30pm
Student Free Days 2017
- Thursday 21 Sept - Staff PD
- Friday 22 Sept - Student Free
P & F Committee News
Disco: Tonight K - Yr 3: 4 - 5:30pm; Yr 4 - Yr 6: 6-7:30pm. $5 per child.
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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. Forms are also available from the School Office.
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What was your favourite age at school and why?
16 was a good age – old enough to be free to do anything, but young enough to blame my brother!
What was the last picture you took with your phone?
Jed our dog – he’s always doing something that makes us laugh.
What is your perfect pizza?
Margherita with anchovies and mushrooms – nice and simple!
What cheers you up?
Going for a surf with or without the kids, but just being at the beach is always good.
What is your favourite movie?
Point Break – a favourite from the 80s
What was your favourite family holiday spot?
Spent a fantastic week at Belangan on Bali a few years ago with the family. Well away from everything with great food, great waves and just great family time!
What is your favourite family tradition?
Opening presents on the bed for anyone’s birthday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day with everyone including the dog!
Does your family have a “motto” – spoken or unspoken?
Dad’s the Boss!
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The years 1-3 students have shown great skill and excellent sportsmanship in this terms Junior Chess Tournament. All 75 competitors are to be congratulated and hopefully everyone has enjoyed themselves and learnt something. The Grand Final will take place on Wednesday 28th June. Thank you so very much to the outstanding year 6 umpires. You have shown great compassion and chess knowledge and I am grateful to you all for giving up your lunchtimes. Students in years 4-6 can register in week 10 for the Senior Tournament in Term 3.
“That’s chess! You’ve got to make some sacrifices!” Ron Weasley, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
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Mon 26 June - T Skinner, J Dias
Wed 28 June - J Gardener, D Taylor
Fri 30 June - L Elliot, L Williams
Next Wednesday’s soup will be: Chicken & Chickpea
Leanna 0414 953 958
The next redemption date is Tuesday 27 June. This is the final School Banking for Term Two. New rewards for Term Three are the Smiley Emoji Keyring and Volt Handball.
Don't forget about the grand competition for Tokyo Disneyland. The student needs to make 15 deposits before the end of Term Three to automatically be entered into the draw.
How to Get Started with School Banking
Parents are now able to open their child's account and provide ID online. It is even easier now for you to get your children started with an account and start School Banking.
All you need to do is visit:
www.commbank.com.au/schoolbanking and click on the link to open the Youthsaver account.
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.
If anyone is interested in taking over the role of Uniform Shop Coordinator from 2018, please contact the School Office for details about the position.
Susanne Zerk - Uniform Shop Coordinator
MISSING SCHOOL JUMPERS
Please can you check the name tags on your children's school jumpers. There are quite a few missing and they are not in the Lost Property box. Make sure your child has the correct jumper and if not please bring back to school.
End of Term Bake Sale
Pre Primary will be holding a bake sale on the last day of term. Money raised from the sale will go to the much needed re-grassing at Pre Primary. Come along and purchase some treats to take home for the weekend.
A selection of cupcakes, slices, biscuits and cakes will be on sale. Come along and see what's on offer from 2.30pm on Friday 30th June, in the under covered area.
2017 Sacramental Program
This Parish family based program covers the sacraments of Confirmation, First Eucharist and Reconciliation. The dates are:
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
Free Triple P (Positive Parenting Programme) Discussion Groups: You are invited to attend a Triple P Discussion Group/s. This is a short 2 hour session that will focus on some of the commonly experienced behaviours that parents can struggle with eg disobedience, fighting and aggression, tantrums at the shopping centre.
The next FREE Discussion Groups are being held at: West Stirling Neighbourhood House, 228 Hancock St, Doubleview.
Dealing with disobedience - 26 July 2017
Hassle-free shopping with children - 2 August 2017
Managing fighting and aggression - 9 August 2017
Dealing with disobedience - 16 August 2017
Managing fighting and aggression - 13 September 2017
Time: 9.30-11.30am – all sessions
RSVP: Bookings are essential and places are limited. Please register via: https://www.trybooking.com/QOFZ or phone 9400 9551 for more information. To find other available programs visit our website: www.healthywa.wa.gov.au/Triple_P
NAIDOC WEEK 2 - 9 July:
NAIDOC Week Mass: 9th of July at St Mary’s Cathedral on Sunday 9th of July. After celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday in your Parish and School community we would love you to come along to the Cathedral to celebrate the end of NAIDOC Week.
- 4.45pm- Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country
- 5pm- Mass celebrated by Bishop Don
- 6pm- Aboriginal food, catered by Bindi Bindi Dreaming.
ACM Koorlangka’s/Children’s Day 12th of July
Following the success of the Children’s Day in the April School Holidays. We are having another one these school holidays focussing on Fun, Faith and Culture. We will have some Noongar Language Workshops, Fun Activities, Faith Stories, Food and lots more.
Please pass on the information to kids and families who may be interested.
Wednesday 12th of July
Holy Trinity Church, 8 Burnett St, Embleton
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Bright Blue Police Commissioners Fund for Sick Kids next Disco is at the Community Centre in Wembley, 40 Alexander Road Wembley on Friday the 30th June.
Monies raised goes towards Childhood Cancer. Helping to find a Cure for Childhood Cancer. Tickets are now available online for the Friday 30th June disco! Make life easier for yourself and book online NOW. http://www.trybooking.com/QFOM
Holidays are Back! The Art Space Collective is proud to be hosting another school holiday programme in July. Skateboards, Kids Terrariums, If I were a Robot, Portrait Fun, A Very Arty Day, Thought Challengers, Secret Garden Initial, Creative Photography, Junior Worry Hunter. www.theartspacecollective.com
The Saba Rose Button Foundation is a not-for-profit charity raising funds for the newly developed 'rehabME' program in Perth. The rehabME program sponsors special needs children to participate in intensive blocks of rehabilitation, buys specialised equipment for these children and also offers respite to their families. Please help us, help others to dream, believe, achieve.
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.BOOK YOUR TABLE NOW!!
We would prefer tables of ten, however, individual tickets are available.
For tickets please contact email@example.com
What's happening with all the chairs and desks next to Sports Shed?
All the furniture was in classrooms that have now been re-imagined as 21st Century learning spaces. We have recently sourced a group of volunteers who collect furniture like ours and use it to furnish schools in East Timor. When their next container is ready to be filled, they will collect our furniture.
The furniture will really be well used over there. At this time there are still children in schools in East Timor who sit on the ground and rest the sheet of paper against the back of the child in front of them in order to be able to write. They really are looking forward to receiving our furniture.