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YEAR 7 parents – ED 176 forms due back tomorrow

A final reminder to all parents of current Year 7 students all ‘Enrolment Forms for Year 8’ forms must be returned by TOMORROW (Friday May 26th) and will then be collated and submitted to DECD.

Irrespective of whether your child is going to private schooling, interstate, overseas etc these forms need to be returned with this information.

It is vitally important that we stick to this timeline. Thanks in anticipation of your attendance to this matter.

If parents are seeking a sibling right enrolment to an ‘out of school zone’ application, you must attach a copy of the older sibling’s current Student Photo ID to the application. I

If your child has been accepted to a particular school, please make sure you tick the corresponding box and attach the acceptance letter.

**Year 7 parents** ED 176 forms due back BY FRI 26/05 (this week)

A reminder to all parents of current Year 7 students – all ‘Enrolment Forms for Year 8’ – forms must be returned by Friday May 26th (end of week 4, term 2) and will then be collated and submitted to DECD. Irrespective of whether your child is going to private schooling, interstate, overseas etc these forms need to be returned with this information. It is vitally important that we stick to this timeline. Thanks in anticipation of your attendance to this matter.

Also, if parents are seeking a sibling right enrolment to an ‘out of school zone’ application, you must attach a copy of the older sibling’s current Student Photo ID to the application. If your child has been accepted to a particular school, please make sure you tick the corresponding box.

 

Canteen News

Please look for the Week 4 “Special Meal” flyers being sent home this week. The information has changed from the last newsletter. The Meal will be a choice of either:

PIGGY TAIL PASTA BOLOGNAISE (200g – Halal certified) with a FROZEN SUNBURST – $5.50
OR/-
CHICKEN FRIED RICE (200g) with a FROZEN SUNBURST – $5.50

Both are served with eating utensils but a PAPER LUNCH BAG MUST BE PROVIDED please. Receptions to Year 2 are served Tuesday 23rd May and Year 3 to Year 7 served Wednesday 24th May. If you can spare some time to help out that would be much appreciated, please refer to the order form for times required.

DELETED FROM THE STANDARD MENU:
– GOOEY CHEESE (most children prefer Macaroni Cheese)
– PASTA WITH SUPER VEGIE SAUCE (rarely ordered)
– PASTA WITH BOLOGNAISE SUPER SAUCE

KRAZY KRUSH will be phased out with stock not being replaced. This was introduced as a treat for the summer months in place of Hot Chocolates which are available again.

NEW TO MENU:
Available from week 2.
– PIGGY TAIL PASTA $4-50 ….HALAL CERTIFIED
– FRIED RICE (with pork & veg) $4-50 ….GLUTEN FREE
– JUNGLE CURRY $4-50 ….HALAL CERTIFIED
– BUTTER CHICKEN (250g) $6-00 ….HALAL CERTFIED – This is a larger serve aimed at the children with a bigger appetite if desired.
– HOT CHOCOLATE $1-20 (available all day BUT only over the counter)
– FRUITY NUGGETS 60c (all day over counter)

RECESS TIME ONLY
-TORTELLA PIZZA SLICE 50c (over the counter)

Hopefully these changes are popular. Could you please provide any feedback be it good or bad so we know we are building Canteen choices in the right direction.

Education Subcommittee Meeting – Tuesday 9/5 @ 7:00pm

The Education Subcommittee of the Governing Council is meeting tomorrow night (May 9th) at 7:00pm in the staffroom.  We usually meet on the second Monday of each term.  New parents and carers are welcome to attend and consider joining this committee which will be focusing on reviewing school policy, organising parent workshops and sharing curriculum information.  If you would like to attend please email the principal at rick.bennallack149@schools.sa.edu.au or just come on the night.

Parvovirus B19 Infection (Fifth disease or slapped Face)

There is one confirmed case of slapped face at school in the Year 2 cohort.

Infection caused by parvovirus B19 generally causes only a mild illness. However if a pregnant woman is infected, the infection may be transmitted to the foetus.  A pregnant woman who has had exposure to the virus should seek the advice of the doctor managing her pregnancy.

Spread of infection is by direct or indirect connection with airbourne droplets from coughing or sneezing..

Incubation period is 4-14 days though may be up to 20 days.  Once a rash appears, the sufferer is no longer infectious.

For more information, please read the information below from the “You’ve got What?” book.

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