Newsletter 22 April 2015

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Newsletter 22 April 2015
Issue No. 10, 22nd April 2015
the school, as per previous arrangements.
School orders and payment are due back at
Welcome to term 2! You will be pleased to the office by Friday, 8 May 2015.
know that the new internal road is finished Just a reminder - WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH
at last and can be used. Some of the signage PAYMENTS. Payments may be made by
cheque or credit card (phone/internet).
is not here yet, but we will start opera/ng
the new pick—up zone as of next Monday.
Defence News
How will it work you may well be askHello parents this first week back is wondering..Entry via South Pine Road only. The
road will be completely one way. Pick up will fully hec/c. Friendship Club and Walking
occur at the Good Sam Ac/vity Centre. The Club are fun places to spend /me. Monday
we coloured in and on Tuesday we warmed
children will be supervised at this pick up
up by playing red rover in the park. On Monpoint and will assemble in the covered
space. As cars arrive the children will be di- day night I a:ended the Gaythorne RSL
wri/ng compe//on awards and although
rected to the vehicles, which will then exit
into Hurdco:e St. We will see how it works we had some wonderful entrants but unfortunately we didn’t win any prizes. Keep up
and make modifica/ons to signage, road
markings and protocols as required. Please the good work children. You are all invited
be pa/ent and it should be good for every- to the ANZAC Ceremony on Friday at
8.40am in the Good Samaritan Centre. On
one
Thursday I will be taking a group of children
into the city for the School Commemora/on
Tuckshop
Thank you to all the volunteers that helped in ANZAC Square with the help of Mrs.
Lanfranchi and Mrs. Cantrell. This should be
in the tuckshop and those who provided
a memorable occasion for the children. Anhome baking in term 1. If you are able to
zac wrist bands are on sale again for $1.00
help on a Friday once a term could you
and our Commemora/on coins are s/ll
please email me
([email protected]) your available. Un/l next week, take care.
details and the date you are availaJanet Dyer DSTA
ble. Home baking volunteers are also needed for Wednesdays and Fridays. NEW TO
Lost
THE SUSHI MENU - Avocado Sushi.
A silver ring with a sapphire tear drop and
three diamonds on either side. If found
Bookclub 2015
please hand into the office
Issue 3 order forms will be sent home this
week. Scholas/c have introduced a new
Special Men9on
Linked Online Ordering & Payment plaBorm Lola in 4A has received a kindness award for
(LOOP) for parents. By using LOOP, parent
offering to get Cooper’s lunchbox for him.
orders are placed and paid directly to Scholas/c. There is no need to return any paper- Mothers’ Day Stall - 7 May 2015
work to school. LOOP orders must be placed Thank you to everybody who has so generby Friday, 8 May 2015. Orders aDer this
ously donated to the stall so
/me will incur a separate delivery fee.
far. Unfortunately, I am s/ll about 150
Please contact the Library if you have any
items short. As the stall is only a couple of
queries about using LOOP.
weeks away, if you could bring in something
Parents are s/ll able to place orders through small (chocolates, tea/coffee, soaps) or give
Dear Parents,
ANZAC Day ceremony
24th April 8:40 am
OLA Cross Country
Fri 8th May
Gala Sport Yr 3-6
Commences Fri 15th May
(6 weeks)
Mothers’ Day Stall
7th May
NAPLAN
Yrs 3 & 5
12th, 13th, 14th May
Zone Cross Country
Wed 20th May
Link to:
Enoggera Parish
Newsle*er
(Control Click to access)
a small cash dona/on it would be greatly appreciated. On the day giDs will sell for $3, $5, $7 and $10 and
giD bags for $2. There will also be a raffle and /ckets will
sell for $1. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Enoggera Sacramental Programme - Confirma9on
Parent Informa/on Session 4-5pm 26 April or 7-8pm
29 April
Parish Office 3352 1730 or [email protected]
P & F Trailer Raffle Update
Thank you to all the families who have returned their
raffle /ckets already. You s/ll have un/l tomorrow,
Thursday, to be eligible for Early Bird prize drawn at this
Friday's assembly. We urgently need more volunteers,
especially for this coming Saturday at Stafford City. See
volunteer sheet coming home today.
NORTH DISTRICT PRIMARY SCHOOLS SPORTS TRIALS
Touch Football—Girls turning 11 or 12 in 2015
Date of Trial: 23 April 2015
Venue: Northside Chris/an College
Time: 3.45pm
Touch Football—Boys turning 11 or 12 in 2015
Date of Trial: 30 April
Venue: Everton Park State High School
Time: 3.30pm
NO FORMS NO TRIAL. Forms are available from the school office
STORY DANCE CAST 2015 “MATILDA”
TUESDAY AFTERNOONS 3 TO 4.30PM TERM 2 & 3
Miracle
School Song
Naughty
Revolting Children
(from week 1)
Lily Comino
(from week 2)
Bella Addison-Pammant
(from week 3)
Ava Daniels
(from week 4)
Laura Galloway
Emily Smith
Chloe Viner
Sophie Pate
Grace Galloway
Hannah Holdsworth
Grace White
Chelsea Glass
Emily Downes
Carolina …
Dennis Comino
Grace Vakoa/
Alex Gates
Emily Holdworth
Sophie Williams
Anna Bardini
Alexandra Campbell
Keira Andretske
Ella Cranitch
Isabella Harvey
Erin Roberts
Maya Cooper
Layla Bardon
Emily Hodges
Zoe Campbell
Ava Cooper
Bianca Nicol
Sofia Bardini
Amily Cunningham
Minnie Cur/s
Jacinda Khan
Ciara Hill
Henry McMaster
Lola Burgess
Josh Khan
Kate Linwood
Olivia Cio:ariella
Ale Cruz
Lara McDonald
Caitlin Andretske
Luke Griffin
Sayge Po:er
Elyse Johns
Mackenzie Jones
Tabatha Fachin
Alyssa Sphon
CROSS COUNTRY NEWS:
The OLA Cross Country Carnival is nearly here!
Congratulations to those students (and parents) who have been arriving early to school and attending training - it’s great to
see so many keen distance runners.
The carnival will take place on Friday the 8th of May on the fields next to Hillbrook and behind Enoggera Park.
The first race will commence at approx. 8:50am. Below is a ‘general’ order of events.
We are in need of parent volunteers. If you are able to help as a ‘Check Point Marshall’ could you please fill out and return
the below form by Wednesday 29th May.
Thank you for your support.
EVENTS
Order Year level
Approx.
Distance
1.
Year 1
1 km
2.
Junior Girls
1 km
3.
7 & 8 years
Junior Boys
1 km
4.
7 & 8 years
Prep
800m
5.
Intermediate Girls
1.5 km
6.
9 & 10 years
Intermediate Boys
1.5 km
7.
9 & 10 years
Seniors Girls
2 km
8.
11, 12 and 13 years
Seniors Boys
2 km
11, 12 and 13 years
CROSS COUNTRY PARENT VOLUNTEER FORM
Parent Name: ____________________________________________
Student/s Name: __________________________________________
Year Level/s:_____________
The new 2015 | 2016 Entertainment Books are coming soon!
An Entertainment Book will be sent home with each family for you to check
out, on 24th April 2015.
Order your new 2015|2016 Entertainment ™ Membership today to receive up
to $195 in Early Bird Offers!
Choose from the traditional Entertainment™ Book or the NEW Entertainment™ Digital Membership, which puts the value of the Book into your iPhone or Android smartphone!
Each membership has hundreds of 50% off and 2-for-1 offers for restaurants,
cafés, attractions, hotels, shopping, groceries and travel and contain over
2,000 offers that you can use whenever you like until 1st June 2016.
PLUS OLA retains 20% of the price of every Membership sold which
goes towards our fundraising!
Don’t forget the class who sells the most books
will receive a Baskin & Robbins ice cream
party!
Order now: www.entbook.com.au/2215c20
Do less, not more, for your kids Michael Grose
Withschool-agedchildrenwecanindourselvesmakinglunches,gettingkids
outofbedandcleaningoutschoolbagsratherthangivingthesebasictasksof
livingovertothem.
Thebasictaskofparenting,whetheryouhaveatwoyearoldoratwentytwoyearold,istoworkyourselfoutofajobattheirstpossiblechance.
Beclearaboutwhoownsjobsortasksinyourfamilyandnevertakeona
child’sjob,orpartofatask,unlessthereisextenuatingcircumstancessuch
asillness.
AmotherImetrecentlyisveryclearonwhodoeswhatinherhome.Itis
herjobtowashtheclothesofherearlyteenagechildrenbutitistheirjobto
placetheminthewashingbasket.Shedoesn’tcheckbedroomsasitisnot
herjobtoplacekids’clothesinthewashingbasket.
REDUNDANCYshouldbetheaimofthegame!Weneverbecomeredundant Okay,Icanhearyourthoughtprocesses.Soundsgoodbutwhathappensif
inarelationshipsense–theemotionalconnectionbetweenourchildren
kidsdon’tgiveatossandtheydon’tmindbeingdirty.
andusisneversevered.
Goodpoint.Inthiscase,thismumhasasonwhois,tosaytheleast,fairly
Inapractical,physicalwayweneedtomakechildrenless,ratherthanmore, slackintheareaofhygiene.Butshedidn’tbecomeoverlyfussedaboutthat.
reliantonus.
Shecertainlydidn’tgetfussedwhenheplayedagameoffootballinthewet,
Developingindependenceisreallyaboutsteppingbacktoallowchildrenin. muddyjumperthatlayinhissportsbagforaweek.Andshehappilyshowed
Doinglessratherthanmore!
himhowtoworkthewashingmachinewhenhewantedhisfavouriteshirt
(thatheforgottoputinthewashingbasket)tobewashedforaspecialnight
out.
Wedevelopgreaterindependenceinourkidsonejobatatime.
RecentlyIgavemy22yearoldsonajobthatIhadbeendoingforawhile.
HelivesinNorthAmericaandIhadtakenonthejobofbeingtheconnector
betweenhimandoneofhissisters,wholivesintheUK.Ithadbeenmyjob
topassmessagesonbetweenthetwoviatelephoneandemails.Iwould
updateeachofthemabouthowtheothersiblingwasgoing.
Frustratedbeingthego-betweenImadesurehehadcontactdetailsandlet
himknowthatitwashisjob,notmyjob,toconnectwithhissister.
Weeasilytakeonchildren’sresponsibilities
Itiseasyasparentstotakeonthejobsandresponsibilitiesthatreally
shouldbelongtoourchildren.Withtoddlersitissoeasytodress,feedand
cleanupafterthemratherthangivethesejobsovertothem.
Withschool-agedchildrenwecanindourselvesmakinglunches,getting
kidsoutofbedandcleaningoutschoolbagsratherthangivingthesebasic
tasksoflivingovertothem.
AndasIdiscovered,itiseasytostilldothebasicsoflifeforadult-agedchildren.
TIPNO.1fordevelopingindependence:
TIPNO.2fordevelopingindependence:
Neverbemoreworriedaboutachild’sjobthantheyare,otherwiseitbecomesyourjob,nottheirs.
Thismumremainedveryclearthatitwasherjobtowashtheclothesbut
nottoplacetheminthewashingbasket.Shewouldremindkidsabout
washingnight,butnevernagthemtoputclothesinthebasket.Sheknows
thatassoonasshekeepsremindingthem,itbecomesHERjobratherthan
herchildren’sjobtoputthewashingintheclothesbasket.
Theschoolholidaysprovideagoodopportunitytorelectonthewhole
notionofjob-sharing.It’salsoagoodtimeforkidstoincreasetheirjobload
whentheyarenotburdenedwithschoolworkandextra-curricularactivities.
Here’smychallengeforyou:Thinkofajobthatyouregularlydoforyour
childthatheorshecandoforhimorherself.Thenstepbackandenable
yourchildtodothatforthemselvesonafull-timebasis.Dolessnotmore
foryourkids.
Ifyoudothat,thenyoucancongratulateyourselfasyouhavemovedone
stepmoretowardREDUNDANCY.
OLA Mums in Real Estate
Thinking of Selling ?
Talk to Katrina or Simone
Professional & passionate Real Estate Agents who are
part of your local OLA Community.
We’re here to help with all your real estate needs.
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www.solu/ons.harcourts.com.au
tel: 3505 4444
Katrina Gibbons
0403 557 343
Simone Ossington
0423 888 850
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STALL COORDINATOR CONTACTS
Fes9val Commi*ee: [email protected]
Fes9val Coordinator – Kerri Hruza – 0427 821 970
Fes9val Commi*ee – Dubhe Warner, Kris9 Dillon, Danielle Long, Kath York, Tanya Stephens
STALL/ACTIVITY
COORDINATOR
EMAIL CONTACT
Bar
Ma: & Danielle Long
[email protected]
BBQ & Rolls
Steven Rzepka
[email protected]
Books Nook (books,dvds games)
Rhona Bardini and Penny
[email protected]
Bo:le Bonaza (Prep)
Kath York
[email protected]
Bowling Alley (Yr2 in side show alley)
Kris/
kris/[email protected]
Cake & Sweet Emporium
Kris/
kris/[email protected]
(Year 2)
Chocolate Toss (Yr 6)
Sue Smith – volunteer coord
Coffee Cart
Ma: Clark
Lara and Brendan Baxter
[email protected] or
[email protected]
Corn Cob (Year 3)
CraD Stall
Drinks (Year 5)
Face Pain/ng
Hot Chips – (Year 4)
Ice Creams (Prep)
Jams and Chutneys – (Year 1)
Ride Passes (Year 5)
OLA Toy Shop (Yr 6)
Sno Cones (Yr 4)
Strawberries (Year 1)
Vintage on Hurdco:e (Secondhand/
vintage clothing)
Vintage Treasure
[email protected]
Karen Baildon
Anne Maree Bingley
Nat Clark
[email protected]
[email protected]
ma:[email protected]
Mara Fachin
Gretchen Doolan
Tania Griffin
Gretchen Doolan
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
David Jones
[email protected]
Natalie SeDon and Sharon Harman
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Belinda Starrenburg
Mara Fachin
[email protected]
Gretchen Doolan
[email protected]
Tania Griffin
Coordina/on of Toys – Kerri Hruza & Dubhe olacommunityfes/[email protected]
Warner
[email protected] or
Volunteer coordinater – Sue Smith
[email protected]
Bernade:e Scaini
[email protected]
Belinda Starrenburg
[email protected]
Michelle Nickelson, Shannon Guise
[email protected]
Leah & Michael Quinn
[email protected]/ve.com.au
[email protected]