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COGSO PareNT newsletter

Details:

Title

COGSO PareNT newsletter

Other title

PareNT newsletter

Creator

Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations

Collection

COGSO PareNT; E-Journals; PublicationNT; COGSO PareNT

Date

2008-04-01

Location

Casuarina

Notes

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; strong schools - strong communities

Language

English

Subject

Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations; Education; Northern Territory; Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations

Place of publication

Casuarina

Series

COGSO PareNT

Volume

v. 5 issue 1

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Council of Government School Organisations

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2021C00047

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/222463

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/690546

Page content

pareNT Page 4 Volume 5, Issue 1 Printed locally by Star Printers Ph. 8981 5177 Fax 8981 3031 Email. starprinters@starprinters.com.au COGSOs online Forum - Register to join, or browse the discussion as a guest. 2020 Summit Schools invited to participate Send completed form to: Fax: 08 8999 3254 Postal Address: PO Box 40520, Casuarina NT 0812 If you have any queries please E-mail: enquiries@ntcogso.org.au Surname Name: _________________________________________________________ Given Names: _____________________________________ Preferred Name: ___________________________________ School children attend: ___________________________________________________ Postal Address: ______________________________________________________________________________ Post Code ____________________ Email: ____________________________________________________________________________________ Fax: _________________________ Preferred Method of receiving information (Please select one): Keep up to date with NT and Federal Education matters. Register now for COGSO INFO Complete the form below or visit our web site www.ntcogso.org.au Fax Mail Email ONLINE DISCUSSION National Youth Week (NYW) 2008 5 - 13 April NYW is held throughout Australia during April each year. This year the event will be held from Saturday 5th April to Sunday 13th April. In the NT, NYW has become our biggest youth celebration where young people get involved, have fun and participate in heaps of events and activities. NYW is all about young people! The theme is to celebrate and recognise the value of all young Australians to their communities. The slogan for NYW 2008 is Shout. Share. Live. Unite. The National Youth Week Calendar of Events is now available at: ww.nt.gov.au/dcm/youth_affairs Help raise money for people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) by taking part in the annual MS Readathon: Reading Dates: June 1st June 30th 2008 Children can register online www.msreadathon.org.au Or collect a registration booklet from the local school or library. Schools who would like a trained MS Readathon Representative to speak to students about: multiple sclerosis how they can help by joining MS Readathon can find more information by emailing: msreadathon@missociety.com.au MS Readathon 2008 Calling on PAST and PRESENT students of Leanyer Primary School. On Saturday 30 August 2008, the school is celebrat ing 25 years of providing education, to Northern Territory children and would like you all to help make this a great day. For further information call the school on (08) 8927 4022 or email henry.gray@ntschools.net www.ntcogso.org.au www.ntcogso.org.au 2020 is a national summit to foster and develop ideas about Australias future over the next decade will be held in Canberra 19th -20th April. 2020 will develop long term options for all aspects of Australian society e.g.: education, the digital economy, population etc. Schools have been invited to register online at www.australia2020.gov.au to host a summit at their local school. Feedback from the schools summit will be channelled into the Youth Summit (April 12th and 13th) which in turn will provide feedback to the national summit. Get online to register and involve your whole school community in this innovative and exciting challenge to shape the future. Leanyer Primary School Celebrates 25 years!


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