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Year 7 What's Up - Cupcake Stall

Year 7 What's Up - Cupcake Stall

Well done to Bridie, Nevaeh, Tess and Kishani for their fantastic fundraising organisation/effort for Beyond Blue. A big thank you also to Kelsie Kearnes and Krystle House from CHAC for helping the group.

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Andrea Wilson
What's Up Co-ordinator

Science and Engineering Challenge Advocate Report

Science and Engineering Challenge Advocate Report

https://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/6940651/smithton-students-first-in-state-to-beat-ultimate-strength-test/?cs=7634

 Regards,

Ms Nikki Clark
PRINCIPAL

SWEET TREATS FUNDRAISER - YEAR 11/12

Sweet Treats Fundraiser
 
Friday 23rd October - Term 4
 
Be sure to bring extra money on this day!
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Tunes in the Tulips Saturday 3rd October

Tunes in the Tulips
Saturday 3rd October
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WANTED: Tiles

WANTED: Old tiles for a mosaic – preferably colourful.

Contact Selina 0427 523 765

Or drop off at front office.

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Year 10 Meningococcal Vaccine

Year 10 Meningococcal ACWY Vaccine
 
Yesterday Immunisation forms were sent home with the Year 10 Students. Please fill out and sign, even if your child is NOT receiving the Immunisation, and return to the front office asap.
 
Thanks, Admin :)

Regards,

Ms Nikki Clark
PRINCIPAL

NOURISH

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CUPCAKE STALL

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September 11 Newsletter

Click here to view the September 11 Schoolzine eNewsletter!

SOCIAL MEDIA ALERT

Social Media Alert:

We are aware that there are occasions when social media can place the wellbeing of our young people at risk. When this occurs, it is important we follow the advice of the eSafety Commissioner.

 

  • The Office of the eSafety Commissioner encourages parents and carers to co-view, co-play, and ask questions about the games, and apps their children are using; and let them know you are there to support them if they are upset or uncomfortable about anything they see online.

 

  • The Office of the eSafety Commissioner’s website has a section specifically for parents which you are encouraged to visit for further information. It does include advice on supporting teenagers should they encounter content that is upsetting, disturbing or offensive.

https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents

 

We also encourage people who encounter such content to report it to the social media platform they’ve seen it on, or to eSafety at www.esafety.gov.au/report/illegal-harmful-content

 

As parents/carers, if you become aware that your child/ren have viewed inappropriate or disturbing content and are concerned about their wellbeing, please contact the school for support.

 

Regards,

Ms Nikki Clark
PRINCIPAL