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  • Newsletter 8 2016

    Dear Parents and Community Members

    Visit to St Joseph’s

    Despite the wind and rain, our visit to St Joseph’s was fantastic. Children participated in Maths rotational

    activities based on the four operations. However, our primary purpose for the visit – that of socialising and

    meeting other children – was very successful and many new friends were made.

    Thank you to all the St Joseph’s staff and children for making us feel so welcome. St Joseph’s will be

    visiting us in third term and the day will be literacy based.

  • Helpers Needed

    We are looking for umpires for the football and netball games at the Winter Carnival on 03.06.16. Please

    contact the school on 90491176 if you can help.

    Student Up Date Forms

    These have been sent out, can all parents go over their details and make sure they are correct. Please

    return these forms by the Monday, 30th May.

    Award Winners

    Nil – due to the day at St Joseph’s.

    Moorine Rock Primary School continues

    1954 Teacher Mr P Connell with 17 students The senior girls begin a project to commemorate the visit of the queen. School newspaper begins Connell advises he is getting married and would like to tenant the railway house which could become vacant when the pumper transfers as a result of dieselisation. However Railways decline to rent out the house and Connell is transferred. Lionel Kelly MLA asks for married quarters to be provided for a teacher but advised that the government is against providing accommodation and would prefer to bus the children to Southern Cross, The plan had to be abandoned 12 months ago because of opposition from parents but at some future date consideration will be effected. While the school remains, it will be staffed with single teachers. P&C committee, led by Arthur Dowdall offered to build a 2 roomed cottage on school land for the teacher. Offer refused as the Education Department was expected to pay back the estimated cost of £550.. Hugh Leslie MLA presses for a school house but advised no funds are available and it is planned to send single staff to Moorine until such time as parents agree to close the school.

    1955 Teacher Mr P Connell with 18 students. Children attend a school camp at Point Peron. Several children suffer from Trachoma.

    Birthdays Belated Birthday wishes to:

    Hamish Irving 17th May 11 years old

    Ethan Glass 22nd May 7 years old

    Birthday Wishes to:

    Lucy Birtles 28th May 7 years old

  • Upcoming Events

    Date Day Event

    25.05.16 Wednesday School Council and Finance 2.30 PM

    26.05.16 Thursday PEAC

    03.06.16 Friday Football and Netball Carnival Yr 4 – Yr 6

    06.06.2016 WA Day Public Holiday Public Holiday Staff and Students do not

    attend school

    09.06.16 Thursday PEAC

    24.06.16 Friday End of Term Assembly

    Biggest Morning Tea

    01.07.16 Friday End of Term 2

    Reports go home.

    Regards

    Lyndy Richmond

    Principal

    MOORINE ROCK P&C FOOTY TIPPING RESULTS Round 7 - Sponsored by Now Buildings with thanks to Trevor Walker (trevor@nowbuildings.com.au) Winner: Adelle Auld Overall Competition Leaderboard: 1st - Cowpatch 48pts 2nd- NJW 48pts 3rd - Jarvey 47pts Round 8 - Sponsored thanks to Linda Warren Winner: Bruce Harvey Overall Competition Leaderboard: 1st – Jarvey 55pts 2nd – Cowpatch 54pts 3rd - NJW/LMG 53pts