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Term 1 Week 8
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Tr Jones Cailah Schloss : Be Your Best for always having a go. Maria Tsikouris: Be Kind for always making sure others are okay Tr Laskazeski Brian Ramsamy: Be Kind - for always willing to help others. T Tsikouris Brendan Reynoso: Be Kind - for sharing and using nice words to his peers. 1 Henschke Lachlan Phillips: Be Safe - for always moving safely around the class. 2 Bradbury Stefanos Ampelas Be Your Best - For always giving his best effort and being a good role model. 2 McNair Dylan Catayong: Be Your Best - for writing sentences using capital letters and full stops. Excellent writing Dylan. 3 Kennedy Aesh Karekar: Be Kind - for being courteous and kind to teachers and classmates. 3 Staines Lachlan Reynolds: Be Your Best - for always doing his best, keeping his work neat and trying hard! 4 Ryan Said Nditije: Being Your Best - for always completing tasks to the best of his ability. 4 Beynon Liam Gardiner: Be Your Best - working hard to improve attitude and behaviour. 4/5 Glover Kim Easton: Be Your Best - for tremendous persuasive writing. Chloe Smyth: Be Your Best - for brilliance in number patterns. 5 Broome Joshua Hunter: Be Your Best - for excellent homework and reading effort. 6 Brannelly Christine Laspinas: Be Your Best - for being her best by always working on task. 6 Woodroffe Hannah Hobbs: Be Kind - for always being a friendly and caring member of the class. 1 Bowden Travis Higgins: Be Your Best - for listening carefully to instructions and making good choices this week. Join us in celebrating Harmony Day on Friday 22 March. Students and parents are strongly encouraged to wear orange to school as part of the celebration. Some classes will also participate in an in-class multi-cultural lunch. It is important to remember that our school is a nut-free zone, food brought in must not contain nuts. Please bring healthy food for lunch, no lollies or chips. Fruit, sandwiches and vegetable sticks are ideal as they are healthy and do not require heating. (Food heating facilities are not available for class parties). In the afternoon, students will have the opportunity to experience a range of cultural activities as organised by the teachers. Students receiving badges at Assembly Please note, if your child is receiving a House Captain, Vice-Captain badge or their SRC badge at assembly, a house colour shirt or school shirt is required, and students can get changed after.