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OSCAR AWARDS For leaving classes neat and tidy for the holidays: BIG OSCAR s OSCAR junior Whole 4/5 area Transition 6/7 Canberra Excursion news Year 6/7 excursion to Canberra fundraising has begun. We would like to thank the following businesses at Hibiscus Shopping Town for their support: The Butcher Shop, All Seafood's ,Snippers Hair Design and Woolworths. Others businesses are: Mitre 10 Casuarina Village We encourage all our families to support any of our excursion sponsors. If there are any families with business connections who would like to be involved with this exciting project please contact Lisa at school on 89 27 16 55 or home 89 27 26 06 email: email@example.com Next parent meeting Thursday 26th April REMINDER When sending in money with your child can you please ask them to hand it to their class teacher to be recorded in the class money book. The money book is then sent to the Front Office daily for receipting. Your help is appreciated. We are happy for students to use the school phones to contact parents in an emergency situation, however all non urgent/social arrangements etc are asked to be made out of school hours. Thank you
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