Term 4 Week 7

Message from the Principal This year, as every year we have been wonderfully supported by many parents and community members that have given freely of their time and energy to make our school the fantastic place it is. We have two parent bodies, our P&C and our School Council. We also have regular volunteers that help in our classrooms, in the canteen and around the school. This level of support is not to be underestimated as it does not happen at many schools to this degree. Our good friend Tracy Blaszkow from KidSafe WA highlighted this recently when she came out once again to run an approving eye over the new additions to our nature play. “How amazing is this nature playground at Kalamunda Primary School? All designed and built by a very clever group of parents!” Tracy told us that very few schools have that level of expertise and dedication from their parent body and most relied heavily on contractors at a huge cost!

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P&C are truly amazing and well supported with events such as the colour run, which was an awful lot of fun, raising funds that are then put back into the school and the children. Recently the P&C put some of those funds towards new shade shelters for our sports days. One of our parents, Rod Sellin, is at BCF Midland and he has well and truly looked after us with a fantastic deal for the new shelters. BCF have also supported the P&C through donations for fundraising. If you need a break from the world and are heading out yonder go in and see Rod at BCF Midland. Honestly we are so lucky to have such a small town community in this modern world. Thank you to everyone that makes it so, I could list many, many more but suffice to say that our school is what it is because our community is what it is. Absolutely Brilliant!! Yours Sincerely Lee Bates

Snake Bite Incursion Claire from St John's Ambulance spent the morning teaching our children how to treat a snakebite injury. As the weather warms up, please take care to watch for snakes in bush land, gardens and in the streets. Ask your child about DRSABCD. Mrs Davies

Not here for 2018? Please let the office know if you are not going to be here next year.

Student Requirements List 2018 Please remember to order your student requirements by Dec 3rd for free delivery @

Volunteer Morning Tea If you have helped out in any way at the school this year please come along and attend our Volunteer’s Morning Tea on Wednesday 29th November 2017 from 10.15am in the School Library.

Uniform Shop 2018 All online orders to be placed by 12pm Monday 29/1/18 for collection on Tuesday 30/1/18 between 12pm and 2pm. (orders placed after 12pm 29/1/18 will be ready for collection on Wednesday 31/1/18). Door sales Tuesday 30th January 2018 –9am to 2pm.

2018 Pre-Primary Meeting 2018 Pre-Primary meeting is THIS Friday 24th November at 2pm to 3pm.

Bookclub Final Bookclub for 2017. Due to problems with delivery of the latest catalogue, please find issue 8 online to download for viewing, at: http://www.scholastic.com.au/schools/bookclub/catalogue.asp Please submit orders online as usual, by THIS SUNDAY 26th NOVEMBER.

Kiss and Drop Just a reminder that “Kiss and Drop” is a no parking zone.

Merit Certificate Winners

Stars of the Week

Sharing A Hills Christmas 2017 There is a box outside the office ready for your donations. The items are being collected on 8th December 2017 so please make sure you have placed your donations in the box before this date. Needed pantry items: Christmas puddings, bon bons, Christmas cakes, tinned meat and tinned veges, coffee and tea, cool drinks, lollies, chips etc, nuts, custard, long life cream and milk, fruit mince pies, stuffing, tinned fruit, cordial, biscuits, ribbon and money to purchase bulk items. Needed gift items for adults, teenagers and children: Talcum powder, biscuits, chocolates, soaps, tea towels, notepaper, makeup, books, games, toys (new).

Important Dates Term 4 Term 4 Week 7 Friday 24 November Pre-Primary 2018 Parent Meeting Friday 24 November Parent Assembly Room 4 Term 4 Week 8 Pixie Post Wednesday 29 November Volunteer Morning Tea Friday 1 December Parent Assembly Room 11 Term 4 Week 9 Thursday 7 December Christmas Concert Term 4 Week 10 Tuesday 12 December Graduation Wednesday 13 December Year 6 Outing Thursday 14 December final day Term 4 First Day 2018 Wednesday 31 January Swimming P-6 starts Term 1 Week 2. Notes home Week 1.

Absent Students Absentee Text Line 0437 315 238 or Skoolbag App Please inform the school by 9.00am

Bank Details School Contributions and excursion payments can be made by bank transfer. Please make sure your family name is shown and what the money is for. BSB: 066 112 Account Number: 101 261 65

Kalamunda Primary School Contact Details 32 Heath Road Kalamunda WA 6076 Phone: 9257 1233 Email: [email protected] kalamundaps.blogspot.com.au Absentee text line: 0437 316 238 or Skoolbag App

Community Information Board

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please take care to watch for snakes in bush land, gardens and in the. streets. Ask your child about DRSABCD. Mrs Davies. Volunteer Morning Tea. If you have helped out in any way at the school this year please. come along and attend our Volunteer's Morning Tea on. Wednesday 29th November 2017 from 10.15am in the ...

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