General News Week 11

Both Year 3 classes will be commemorating ANZAC Day  for the Kapinara  Primary School community on Monday 30th April 2018 at 10.50am.
We would like to ask all students to kindly  bring in some flowers or ivy from their garden to make the wreaths on the first day of next term, being Monday, 30th April.
The flowers can be dropped off at the Instrumental Room (next to the entry to the PP corridor) in the morning so that the wreaths can be made by our amazing parent volunteers. Thank you very much in advance. Gemma Hopetoun-Smith

Lost property will be displayed in the quadrangle before school on the last day of term, Friday 13th April.  There are many lunchboxes, drink bottles, hats and swimming items. Please check to see if anything belongs to your family.  Any items left on Friday will be donated to charity.

A Huge Thank You!
On behalf of the Year 3/4 Teachers and Jo Moore, our Librarian, I would sincerely like to thank the following parents who gave up their time last Wednesday to colour code a very large number of books. This assistance, in support of our Literacy Pro program, is very much appreciated. Thanks to Wendy Atkins, Jade Thyer, Rae Syers, Geana Strang, Chelsey Mullally, Tanya Dyson, Jen Marschner, Ying Wang, Maiko Yatsufuji, Jackeline Alvarez, Cecilia Brack and Leith Engdahl. Kylie Powell

Could families with outstanding Term One accounts please arrange payment via internet banking or  by calling at the school office prior to the end of term. Thank you.

Start the holidays right by picking up a tasty treat at the Year 5 Cake Stall on Friday afternoon selling all your favourites between 3.00 and 3.30pm.

Choir auditions have been held this week and successful students have been given notes to bring home. Please see Mrs Tusak if your child was absent today (Tues 10 April) and would like to audition.

Scribblers Festival  – Thursday 10 May 2018
We are thrilled that the Year 3 – 6 Students will be attending the inaugural Scribblers Festival of Children’s Literature, to be held at Scotch College, in Week 2 of next term. This will an exciting festival event where the children will meet some of the most inspiring local, national and international writers and illustrators working in children’s literature. Students will attend 3 sessions with different presenters as well as experience roving artists and performers, and live art from artists in residence.  Permission notes and further information will be given to students in Week 1 of next term. Kylie Powell