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THINGS HAPPENING IN & AROUND OUR SCHOOL IN COMING WEEKS HOW MANY BOOKS DID YOU READ FOR THE MS READATHON? Congratulations to the 10 wonderful students at Wanguri Primary School who are helping to raise money for people living with Multiple Sclerosis. When did MS Readathon finish? If you started reading on June 1, then your reading time finished on June 30 over the school holidays. If you started after June 1, then your MS Readathon finishes four weeks from the day you first started. Even after MS Readathon, remember to always keep those books open, reading is lots of fun! How to Return Sponsorship Money? Parents should have recently received a letter from the MS Readathon team explaining how sponsorship money can be returned, so you can receive your cool Reading Rewards. If you didnt receive a letter or need another receipt book, please call 1300 677 323. When is Sponsorship Money Due? To qualify for this years extra competitions, please return your sponsorship money to MS Readathon by August 30. Dont forget to post your reading record and sponsor list as well as your receipt book. It will take a few weeks to get your Reading Rewards to you, so please be patient - Bosko will be very busy! Thank you for reading and making a difference to people living with Multiple Sclerosis. Find out the latest MS Readathon news at www.msreadathon.org.au or call 1300 677 323
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