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Northern Territory Government
Driver Primary School newsletter
issue 4, 17 March 2010
Driver News; Driver Messenger
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Northern Territory Government
P A G E 2 From the Principal SHAVE FOR A CURE THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR $1220 OF SUPPORT! As you can see it was a great assembly and my head is feeling much cooler! Special thanks to the following people: Our wonderful students who raised so much money to support kids with leukaemia Ill never forget our transition students eyes as big as saucers as we coloured up and shaved for a cure The Mayor of Palmerston Mr Robert McLeod and our local MLA Mr Ross Bohlin your support was highly appreciated for coming along, donating funds and colouring up Patti Turner for her excellent co-ordination of the event Bryan Downing and Tash Ryan for donning colour and supporting this important fundraising event Jo from The Shearing Shed Hairdressing Salon at Howard Springs for donating her time and equipment and safely shaving Mr P. The driving force for my shave was in memory of a courageous and inspiring 4 year old boy who our family had the pleasure of befriending while we were staying at Ronald McDonald house at Westmead Hospital. Funds raised across Australia will help research which will result in more children surviving leukaemia in the future. BUILDING THE EDUCATION REVOLUTION (BER) UPDATE The steel work is commencing on the roof structure on our library extension Work will commence on the amphitheatre roof and stage upgrade the week before the holidays The kitchen design is complete and work should commence during the Easter vacation We are claiming two car parks adjacent to the pedestrian crossing to improve safety. A stop sign has also been installed at the exit to our new front carpark. The Principals carpark will move into the front carpark to ensure staff have an additional carpark to compensate for the two that will be lost due these pedestrian safety improvements. A TERRITORY EXPERIENCE Year 5 & 6 CAMP INFORMATION NIGHT 6.00 PM Ms Turner, Ms Green and Ms Ryan have organised a parent information night for 6 pm tonight 17 March in Rooms 19 & 20. COME ALONG TO OUR FIRST MEETING OF THE NEW COUNCIL Active students, parents and staff turn good schools into great schools! So please come along to out meeting tonight 17 March from 7.00 8.30 pm in the staffroom to find out about the role of Councils and also to elect our new Council Executive members for 2010. All school community members are welcome to attend! Rob Presswell Magdalene Mahomet Principal Council Chairperson
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