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  • MOORINE ROCK PRIMARY SCHOOL

    Newsletter Issue: 10 25th June 2019

    Moorine South Road, MOORINE ROCK

    PH: (08) 9049 1176 Fax: 08 9049 1261

    Email: MoorineRock.PS@education.wa.edu.au

    Website: http://www.moorinerockps.wa.edu.au

    “Reach for the Stars”

    mailto:MoorineRock.PS@education.wa.edu.au http://www.moorinerockps.wa.edu.au/

  • From the Principal, Miss Sarah Perrett

    Dear Parents & Care Givers,

    We near the end of an extremely busy, but

    very productive semester. Both students and

    staff have earned themselves a well

    deserved break. Parents, may you cherish

    the holidays with your children and enjoy not

    making school lunches or washing uniforms.

    Student Reports and 3 Way Interviews

    Student reports will be emailed out and

    distributed next Thursday. On Thursday 25 th

    July (week 1, Term 3) there will be three-way

    parent, teacher and student interviews from

    11.35 am. This is a 15-minute session to dis-

    cuss your child’s achievement and progress

    following the Semester 1 reports, as well as

    setting goals for the second semester. A

    timetable was emailed home or alternatively

    contact the office to book your preferred time.

    Year 5/6 Resilience and Well-Being Expo

    Our Year 3—6 students attended the annual

    Football/Netball Carnival in Southern Cross.

    This is a day to allow students in these years

    to participating in a sport of their choice–

    netball or football. The students were able to

    play in teams with a mix of students from our

    school, Southern Cross DHS and St Joseph’s

    Primary. Once again we can be very proud of

    our students and the sportsmanship they

    displayed throughout the day.

    There were plenty of smiles on the students’

    faces and it was pleasing to see them

    develop friendships with students from the

    other schools.

    Congratulations to Claire Birtles who was

    recognised as being Fairest and Best for her

    team.

    Football and Netball Carnival

    Yesterday Year 5 and 6 students went to

    Merredin with schools from the district to

    learn about the harm drugs and alcohol can

    cause to self and others, how behaviours can

    affect others and lead to crime; as well as

    improve students’ understanding of making

    good decisions and goal setting.

    I encourage you all to attend our final

    assembly for the term on Friday 28th June at

    9:00am, where the Junior Room will be

    showcasing their learning from this term

    through an entertaining and informative

    performance!

    Following the assembly there will be a

    Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea and

    open classrooms, concluding around 11am.

    Please bring a plate of food to share.

    Junior Room Assembly & Biggest Morning Tea

  • From the Principal, Miss Sarah Perrett

    Finally I would like to wish everyone a safe

    and relaxing holiday. Staff resume on Mon-

    day 22nd July, with students returning on

    Tuesday 23rd July.

    Holidays Next Friday (5th July), students are able to

    come to school in free dress and raise money

    for RSPCA (gold coin donation). This charity is

    chosen by the Student Leaders and the

    money raised will assist in rescuing, rehoming

    and rehabilitating all

    creatures great and

    small.

    Free Dress Day

    NAIDOC Day

    NAIDOC Week is from

    7th—14th July, and as

    these dates are during the

    school holidays, we will be

    recognising NAIDOC Week

    in week 2 next term. The

    theme of NAIDOC Day is ‘Voice. Treaty.

    Truth’ which focuses on working together for

    a shared future. Our students will be joining

    those from Southern Cross DHS and St Jo-

    seph’s PS for an afternoon of activities and

    awareness. More information will be provided

    early next term.

    Timetable Changes

    There will be a few changes to the timetable

    for next semester. Art will be replaced by

    Music, and Physical Education (sport) for both

    classrooms will be on Tuesday afternoons,

    allowing the classes to combine to practice for

    the YSSSA Athletics Carnival in Term 3.

    I am very pleased to

    announce that our

    school has been suc-

    cessful in being accept-

    ed as a Circuit Breaker

    School for 2019.

    This is a program run by

    Western Power for students in our Senior

    Room who will learn about the various as-

    pects of the Western Power network and ex-

    ploring what it takes to provide electricity to

    our community so it is safe and reliable, as

    well as exploring new technologies that are

    changing the way we look at electricity supply

    in the future.

    Throughout the program, students will have

    access to a Western Power Engineer who will

    meet the students and share their knowledge

    of our network and assist where required.

    I look forward to sharing our progress in the

    program and successes of our students

    throughout the year.

    Circuit Breaker

    Awards

    Term Two Week 7

    Jye Jackson: for his kindness towards peers when they are hurt

    or unwell.

    Brodie Eiffler: for trying hard to maintain his focus in across all

    subject areas.

  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY—and also belated birthday wishes

    Felix Lawrence 13th June

    Jordan Edwards 17th June

    Evie Glass 19th June

    Gracie Lawrence 5th July

    Date Day Event

    28th June Friday Junior Room Assembly & Biggest Morning Tea

    2nd July Tuesday School Council Meeting held at school, 2:35pm

    4th July Thursday Electronic Student Reports to go home

    5th July Friday Last Day of Term 2

    22nd July Monday School Development Day—Students do not attend

    school

    23rd July Tuesday First Day of Term Three for Students

    Dates to Remember

    Photo Competition

    Are you good at photography? Would you like to have a photo you took displayed at

    Moorine Rock Primary School for years to come?

    The school is seeking 1-2 landscape/scenery photos (with greenery and possibly blue

    sky) that reflect the local Moorine area (farming, rocks, native flora/fauna) to display in the front

    office. Photos need to be taken in high resolution as they will be printed onto canvas. This

    competition is open to children and adults, amateurs and professionals.

    To enter: print a colour copy of your photo onto A4 paper and send into the office

    with your name and contact details on the back. Competition closes Friday 18th

    October, 3pm. Maximum of three entries per person.

  • On Friday 21st June we attended the YSSSA Football and Net-

    ball Carnival at Southern Cross. The Senior Room travelled on

    the bus to Southern Cross to participate. We played 4 games of

    football or netball and we all enjoyed it. My favourite part of

    the whole day was shooting a goal in netball.

    By Lucy

  • Health Excursion

    On Monday 24th June the Year 5-6 went on a

    trip to Merredin for a health excursion. My

    favourite activity was finding out how much

    sugar was in a certain drink. Zion’s favourite

    was the art where we designed our own

    hats.

    By Riley and Zion

  • MOORINE ROCK P&C FOOTY TIPPING

    RESULTS

    Round 13 - Sponsored with thanks by the McCrae Family.

    Winner: JARVA

    Overall Competition Leaderboard:

    1st – JARVA 76pts

    2nd- RRJ/David/Sarah 73pts

    3rd- TrevorWard/1938Colin 72pts

    Round 14 - Sponsored by R2K Contracting with thanks to Richard Kovac.

    Winner: Ian

    Overall Competition Leaderboard:

    1st – JARVA 79pts

    2nd- RRJ 78pts

    3rd - David/Sarah 77pts