Can you spare an hour or two after school next Monday? Do you live locally and own a wheelbarrow? We need to get the mulch pile carted and raked on to the eastern garden before the school holidays. We currently have access to 2-3 wheelbarrows, a couple of shovels and a rake, but with your help and equipment we’ll get the mulching done in no time. If you can spare a bit of time after pick-up on Monday while your kids are on the playground or at training, and you can bring a wheelbarrow, shovel and rake, please meet us at the mulch pile and we’ll work together to get the pile distributed before someone else decides it’d look good on their garden!
With thanks from the Grounds and Environment Volunteers
Please read the attached letter re change of leadership for terms 3 and 4 2012
18 June 2012
Most split families are happy to receive one report for their child/children. However, in some cases, it may not be possible to do this. If you would like to receive two copies of your child’s report, please can you print the attached form and return to Louisa Guest via your child’s class teacher by Monday 25th June 2012.
Louisa will need to know the name of the child and class and if both reports will be sent home with the child or if we need to post a copy of the report to the other parent. In this case, please provide the details for the other parent in case we do not have them on file.
Mitcham Council is reviewing its Dog and Cat Management Plan to encourage responsible pet ownership of both dogs and cats throughout the city of Mitcham. Public forums are being held by the Council at the following locations:
14 June Blackwood Over 50s club, 4-5.30pm
4 Young Street, Blackwood
14 June City of Mitcham Civic Centre, 7-8.30pm
131 Belair Rd, Torrens Park
15 June Westbourne Park Community Club Hall, 10-11.30am
390 Goodwood Rd, Cumberland Park
Details of the proposal can be accessed here: http://www.mitchamcouncil.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=1620
The new Management Plan will affect the use of Mortlock Park by dogs. Interested parents are encouraged to access the online survey or attend one of the public forums.