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- Caboolture East State School
3 June 2015
Dates to Remember
REPORTS CARDS:
Senior Parades—Friday, odd weeks
Staff have been busy completing the reporting process for Semester One.
Report cards will be sent home to all children from Prep to Year 6 in the last
week of school this term. All parents have had the opportunity to meet with
their child’s teacher earlier this term to discuss their child’s learning journey.
Junior Parades—Friday, even weeks
All welcome to attend!
June
WINTER UNIFORMS:
17
Coffee Connection—2:15pm start
19
Senior Sports Day
Senior Assembly
Parade item presented by 6R
School Banking
Senior Athletics
With the wet and cold weather upon us, I would like to take this opportunity to
remind you of our School Dress Code Policy. It is important to maintain the
high standard that families here at Caboolture East have worked so hard
towards. Royal Blue sweat shirts and jackets with the school emblem are the
only jumpers/jackets permitted as per the School Dress Code Policy. Our
tuckshop offers lay-by’s to families who need to purchase a school jumper/
jacket. Thank you to our families for your support, our students look fantastic
and wear the school uniform with pride. If there are any concerns, please don’t
hesitate to see me by making an appointment.
25
Gold, Silver & Bronze Assembly
26
School Banking
PREP INFORMATION SESSIONS:
Gold and Silver Rewards Day
If you are interested in enrolling your child next year for Prep 2016, please
come to the office and pick up a Prep Enrolment Pack. We will be holding
two Prep Information Sessions on Thursday 23 July. The times for these
valuable information sessions will be 9.30 to 10.30 am and 5.30 to 6.30 pm.
This will accommodate some families who have work commitments during the
day. If you or your neighbours have 2016 Prep age students (Child born 1 July
2010 to 30 June 2011) come along. We will also be organising Prep
Interviews at these sessions for your Preppies.
Interschool Sport
Athletic Trials
Last Day of Term 2
July
13
Term 3 commences
NAIDOC Week commences
MUSICAL:
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Rick Roser Visits Prep—Year 2
15
Coffee Connection
17
Senior Assembly—NAIDOC Week
Our fabulous students have been working extremely hard over the past months
on our school musical production of What We Did On Our Holidays! Tickets
are NOW available for purchase in the library, $7.50 for an adult and $5.00 for
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The Caboolture East State School’s
Musical Production
Performances: Tuesday 4th & Wednesday 5th August
(Prep – Yr 3 performances at 6pm,
Musical follows the interval)
Adults: $7.50
Child/Student: $5.00
General Tickets on Sale from Monday 15th June 8am; 3:00-3:30pm in the
Resource Centre
Email: [email protected]
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www.caboeastss.eq.edu.au
44 Manley Street, Caboolture 4510 • Phone: 5431 6111 • Fax: 5431 6100
• Absence Line: 5431 6160
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a child. Please come to the library from 8 am to
purchase these tickets or at 3.15 pm. They will
be on sale every day at these times.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR ATHLETICS DAY:
Please come along and support your students in
their annual Athletics Day. Years 3 to 6 will be
happening next week on Friday 19 June, and Prep
to Year 2 will be held in the last week of school
on Tuesday 23 June. We look forward to seeing
as many families and friends there as possible to
cheer on the kids as they work hard to earn the all
-important ‘House Points’!
Special Education News . . .
—Julietta Heywood
INDIVIDUALISED SUPPORT: RELATIONSHIPS AND
SEXUALITY EDUCATION FOR PEOPLE WITH
DISABILITY—Family Planning Queensland is now taking
bookings for Looking after me, a relationships and sexuality
education program designed to meet the needs of young people and
adults with disability.
Looking after me uses visual resources and interactive activities to
support individuals to understand bodies, enjoy healthy relationships
and be safe. It’s available in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Toowoomba
and the Sunshine Coast.
For further information and to book please use the following link:
http://www.fpq.com.au/education/disability/LookingAfterMe.php
ENRICHMENT CENTRE:
For those parents who are now using the pick-up
and drop off area for students who attend the
Enrichment Centre, please be aware that you
must not park your vehicle there and leave it
unattended. Unfortunately, buses are finding it
extremely difficult accessing this area as a
number of cars are parking in this zone. Any
families who would like to walk in with their
children, please park outside on the street to
avoid congestion in this area.
SENSORY MOVIE DAY
JUNE 2015
Date: Sunday 28th June 2015
Location: Morayfield Birch Carroll & Coyle
Time: 9am-11am
This year Caboolture East State School
celebrates NAIDOC Week in Term 3, Week 1
from the 13th – 17th July. We will end our
week of celebrations with a special parade
on Friday 17th July.
“NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across
Australia each July to celebrate the history,
culture and achievements of Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is
celebrated not only in Indigenous
communities, but by Australians from all
walks of life. The week is a great
opportunity to participate in a range of
activities and to support your local
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
community” (naidoc.org.au)
Sport . . .
— Peter Reynolds
Interhouse Senior Athletics (Years 3-6) will be held on the 19 June 2015
Our Junior Athletics (Prep to Year 2) will be held on the 23 June 2015
DISTRICT CROSS COUNTRY: After a successful school Cross Country campaign we turned our attention to the District
Competition. With the selection of the team, the training schedule went up a notch or two. This lead to the withdrawal of a
number of competitors, but those left were determined to put the time and effort into their training to represent the school to the
best of their ability.
Our trip to Burpengary was very successful with our team coming fourth in Division 3. A great effort considering the number
of students we had competing on the day. A special mention should be made of Suzanna Hall. Suzanna ran a very strong 13th
out of a possible 75 runners, a fantastic effort. Well done Suzanna and congratulations to all competitors they represented the
school at the top level and made us proud.
AUSLAN Classes
Wednesday 2:15pm
in the Enrichment Centre
to the following students who received awards on
parade over the past few weeks:
P1
P3
1A
1M
1P
2K
Julia, Taliyah, Owaice
Oakley, Shyloh, Destiny
Brock, Sophie
Tyrone, Niamh, Ebony, Zion
Lilly-May, Riley
Jay, Elizabeth
2S
JD, Marijana
2/3W Dylan, Tahlia
3A Byron, Jack
Principal
3C Isaiah, Cienna
Awards
3M Zachary, Sarah
3T Darcy, Bessie
4P
Brandon, Brooke
4S
Nena, Cayden
4T Kobi, Kevin
5K Sam, John
5L Haylee, Kane
5RH Justin, Jasmine
6N Nicholas, Sharyn
MUSIC AWARDS
All welcome!
Music Notes!
Congratulations
— Mr Goldsmith
Class Work – All classes have been busy with assessment
over the past few weeks as we prepare for report season once
again. In music this has meant a whole heap of performances to enjoy as
students have been demonstrating their skills and creativity in music.
Those that have been prepared for class, finished their work and practised
hard have certainly been able to shine when it has come time to perform.
Speaking of performances, our School Musical cast have been busy at
lunchtimes and on Wednesday afternoons putting things together. Tickets
go on sale and there is an advertisement elsewhere in the newsletter with
details. Students in Prep – Yr3 classes are combining in their year levels
to perform before the main show and will elect which night they will be
coming to perform (or maybe even both!) – this allows parents with
students involved in various year levels to select the best night to attend.
Choir students are reminded to have their folder and USB drive with them
for all rehearsals on Monday afternoons.
Music Club will be taking a short break until the musical is over next
term, to allow students involved in both to concentrate on the show and
then return to club after week 5 of next term.
6N Bella, Eden
5RH Natika, Myles
5K Isabella, Deizharn
4T Shakira, Chelsea
4P Chianne, Ben
3T Darcy, Kyarna
3A Noah, Matilda
Congratulations
William Brown who has made selection into the
District Softball team.
Brooke Parker who has made selection into the
District Touch Football team.
Grace Giampino who will be competing in the
Sunshine Coast Regional Netball team this week.
Good luck Grace!
Congratulations to you all and we wish you well
at the next level of competition.
HELP!!! If you happen to have an empty “Eclipse Mints” tin (large
rectangular) available could you please send it in with your child as I’m
collecting some class sets for the Preps to make shakers with. Also anyone
with an old boogie board that has seen better days that they no longer
want, we’d love to have it for the musical!
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