Monthly Archives: June 2017


Reminder to Staff, Students, Parents, Carers and Community friends…  

CLGPS’s Week 10 Whole School Assembly was rescheduled and bought forward to Week 9, Friday 30th June at 10:00am (tomorrow morning) in order to congratulate Louisa Guest on her recent appointment as Principal at Goolwa Primary & to farewell her as an Assistant Principal of CLGPS.

All staff will be in attendance at this assembly, including Admin staff.  School office will be unattended and remain locked during this time, however answering service will attend to telephones so if you require a call back please leave messages.


Festival Choir – Media Permission Forms

Tomorrow, Friday 16th June, our Festival Choir students will be having a group photograph taken that will be shown on the big screen at their concert at The Adelaide Entertainment Centre in September.

Amedia permission form’ will be sent home today. In order to be included in this photograph, this form must be signed and returned to Marian Woodlands in the music room.


Parents and Principals Forum

The next Parents and Principals forum will be held on Thursday 22nd June, 9:00-10:00am.

The subject for this forum is Intervention –

*What intervention programs do we have at CLG?

*How are the students identified for the different programs?

*What are the different waves of intervention?

If you would like to attend, please register your place on

using the event code: 477hw

Parents and Principals Flyer 22nd June 2017-20771ii

Parvovirus B19 Infection (Fifth Disease/ Slapped Face)

There is one confirmed case of slapped face at school in the Reade Building.

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.