HOLY ROSARY NEWSLETTER
Term 3 Week 3 August 9 2019
As we live busy lives we can never forget that this invitation is real and welcomes all of us to engage.
What a wonderful celebration to honour St Dominic! Today has been about giving thanks in prayer and in our thoughts and actions. The Dominican tradition and charism is central to our school’s way of being when we Make Jesus Real. Thank you to everyone involved in this beautiful, reverent, celebratory event.
Next week’s newsletter will come to you on Thursday as we are closed for Friday August 16 and Monday August 19. Our student free days are aligned with those of Newman College.
Thursday August 15 is a holy day of obligation. It is the Feast of the Assumption. We honour this day with a whole school mass, beginning at 9am. Mass will be led by Year Four. Please do join us if you can.
Do not forget to vote for our local hero Bec Watson. This is a BIG DEAL. Please vote and encourage as many of your friends and family to do so as well for our Siena children.
VOTE NOW: http://tiny.cc/relgaz
Voting closes on Monday for Bec as a Westfield Local Hero. Last chance to vote and share with friends. The $10,000 grant for will help get the Sway Fund Glider over the line!
Have a great weekend
Mark de Kluyver
DATES TO REMEMBER
Tuesday 13 August
- Board Meeting - 7pm
Thursday 15 August
- Mass - 9am - Feast of the Assumption
Friday 16 August
- Student Free Day
Monday 19 August
- Student Free Day
Friday 23 August
- Book Week Parade - Gym
Tuesday 27 August
- HRC Meeting - 7:00pm
Wednesday 28 August
- Eucharist Parent Talk - 7pm Parish Centre
Friday 30 August
- Fathers' Day Breakfast
NEW KINDY EQUIPMENT - THANK YOU HRC!
Thank you so much to the Holy Rosary Community for the funds to purchase this climbing dome AND to Maddie Zarb's Dad, Adrian for putting together for us. We really appreciate it.
2020 PLACES – HELP SPREAD THE WORD
HOLY ROSARY COMMUNITY NEWS
HOLY ROSARY COMMUNITY PLAYGROUP
Holy Rosary School believes in learning through play, which is why we offer a community playgroup. It is open to everyone – we warmly welcome you to pop in a take a look!
Facilities include the Kindy nature playground and a light and airy hall with adjoining secure outdoor play area. Plus heaps of toys and plenty to do on both sunny and rainy days!
⏰ Mondays during term time, 9.30 am to 11.30 am
Children aged 0 to3 years
Holy Rosary School, 35 Williamstown Road, Doubleview
In the hall – enter from Angelico Street near the church (heaps of parking right next to the hall)
Holy Rosary School offers its facilities to give, share and build community.
Families just need to be/become a member Playgroup WA Inc (just $35 per family for the year to join)
CONTACT HOLY ROSARY: email@example.com 9203-4500 https://www.hrs.wa.edu.au/
ENTERTAINMENT BOOK 2019/20
Purchase your 2019 | 2020 Entertainment Membership via the link below:
HOLY ROSARY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
As a Parent Community we would love to see a culture of thinking Holy Rosary first! Please have a look through the directory to see what these businesses might be able to do for you. If you would like to be listed please contact Mark Nolan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Week starts Monday 12th and the theme this year is "Destination Moon"
Today Mr Spriggins launched our Science Week theme with his wonderful rocket show!
There are a great many activities all over Perth to take your inspired children to - here are just some of them:
Book Week is in week 5, with our famous Holy Rosary Book Week Parade being held on Friday morning 23rd August upstairs in the gym. The theme this year is “Reading is my Secret Power” and as always, children are encouraged to dress as their favourite book character using items they already have at home. They don’t have to dress to the theme as our favourite book character is usually our hero, and reading books gives us so many powers including knowledge, relaxation and imagination among so many other things. Parents and siblings are welcome to watch the parade and are invited into the library to view the Book Week Class Art afterwards. Thank you as always for your support of literacy and Book Week at HR.
“Heroes are made by the path they choose, not the powers they are graced with.” Iron Man, Marvel
Online Ordering: https://quickcliq.com.au/
Monday 12 August - L Williams, N Hyndes
Wednesday 14 August - K Glew, A Alsworth
Friday 16 August - Pupil Free Day
Wednesday Soup of the Day - Minestrone
Leanna 0414 953 958
Please download pdf below for Term 3 Winter Menu.
Monday 8:30am ‐ 9:15am & Thursday 8:30am ‐ 9:15am
Click below for order form or collect a form from the School Office. Orders can be left in the Office, emailed to email@example.com or ordered through Quickcliq (the same as the online canteen ordering) https://quickcliq.com.au/ These will be delivered to your child’s classroom, once payment is successful.
Lydia Della Santa - Uniform Shop Coordinator
School Banking is every Thursday 8:15am to 8:45am at the Meeting Room next to the Uniform Shop.
Nancy, Grace & Toni
All book club orders need to be submitted online. Please follow the following steps:
1. Go to scholastic.com.au/LOOP and either sign in or register your account.
2. Click on ORDER and then select your school and your child’s class.
3. Add your child’s first name and last initial.
4. Enter the item number from the book club catalogue and pay.
5. All orders are sent directly to the school and will be delivered to your child’s classroom.
*There’s no need to return paper order forms or payment receipts back to school *
Book club orders are due by Monday 12th August
Any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
MASS TIMES - OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY PARISH
Weekend Mass Times
Saturday Evening - 6:00pm
Sunday - 8:00am, 10:00am, 5:30pm
Parish Office - 0411 123 441
Father Peter Hoang OP - 0412 445 199
Father Chinh Dinh OP - 0411 381 334
UFO Craft Group will meet in August on Wednesdays 14th & 28th at 9.30 -11.30am in the Parish Community Centre.
This month it is” Bonnets and Beanies” so bring along your patterns or favourite footie colours and join us to knit something new.
First timers are most welcome.
Parent Talk (Fr Greg Donovan)
Wednesday 28 August at 7pm
Saturday 7 September at 6pm or
Sunday 8 September at 10am
Wednesday 11 September at 5pm or 6:30pm
Saturday 21 September at 6pm
For further information contact:
Kaye Shervington on 0411 123 441
SUBIACO MARIST CRICKET CLUB
Welcome to the 2019/20 Subiaco Marist Cricket Club cricket season! We field teams for girls and boys aged from 5 – 17, and always keen to welcome new players.
Our introductory Cricket Blasters programs are for kids new to cricket, teaching them the basics of cricket in a fun, safe and interactive way. Held at Newman College 5pm Fridays.
We also have teams in each year level from under 10 to under 17, where young cricketers can develop their skills and enjoyment of the game, with mid-week training and games on Saturday or Sunday (depending on grade).
The season starts in October and registrations are open now. Please register at: https://www.playcricket.com.au/club-finder/club-details?Id=1449 (Registrations close Sept 4 for under 10-17, and Oct 12 or earlier if the program is at capacity for Cricket Blasters).
For any inquiries, to try on uniform sizes (junior cricket) and maybe meet a Perth Scorcher please come to our launch day on Wednesday 21st August 3.30 to 5.30 in the Newman College sports complex.
Please contact us at email@example.com with any queries.
WEMBLEY DOWNS TENNIS CLUB
Junior Summer League Nominations Now Open!
Terms 4 and 1
Ages 7 years and above
Follow the link for more information:https://www.wdtc.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/1908JSPFlyer1920.pdf
Junior Open Day is Friday 18th October from 6pm to 7.30pm.
Contact the Club at firstname.lastname@example.org