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Centralian Middle School newsletter
Newsletter, 18 September 2020
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Bluearth Foundation We are proud of the opportunities our partnership with Bluearth provides our young women. Bluearth champions girls and young women right across our nation, working to create a healthier future for all. Our current projects in Alice Springs are centred around empowering and teaching our girls & young women to make healthy choices and positive changes. In many instances, young Aboriginal women are overwhelmed with responsibility at an early age, and are taught to nurture and care for those around them, often at the expense of their own health & wellbeing. We are working through physical activity, community partnerships and mentoring & coaching to make a difference in these girls lives, and the generations beyond. To help them to stand strong as individuals, be pillars of support to one another, and to reach new heights together. Clontarf Corner Week 9, Term 3 A few photos of what our fellas have been up to in the last couple of weeks. From Little Things Big Things Grow Centralian Girls Academy News We had a Girls Academy Awards Lunch last Thursday 10th September to award girls for their achievements so far, here are some photos for you to enjoy. Congratulation girls, we are so proud of you! Alice Can Dance Alice Can Dance students have had their last rehearsal this week. They travelled to the Skate Park to film their section of the 2020 Alice can dance film. They did an awesome job and managed to perform 100% energy throughout the entire 2 and half an hour shoot. We are all extremely proud of our students and we really look forward to see the end result on the big screen at Araluen theatre, tickets available soon at the link below. https://araluenartscentre.nt.gov.au/ Here are a few photos of that day. Winner of the Umpires' Association Encouragement Award Ahnika Lenny is a valued member of the AFL Central Australia Umpires' Association team. She has been a boundary umpire at all levels of the game, including A Grade Mens and Womens games, and is also a junior field umpire for Under 10 and Under 13 games. Well done Ahnika! If any students, staff or family members are interested in umpiring in 2021, please email email@example.com. 3 mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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