It was exciting for students to finally be able to attend the Wednesday Parish Masses again. It was lovely to see Year 4 attend today.
We are in need of additional altar servers for weekend and school Masses. Any child who has made their First Eucharist in the Catholic Church is eligible to serve. A number of new students have started in recent months and we would like to introduce more. If your child is interested or would like to resume their training please email Mrs Collins or ask your child to collect an enrolment form from the office asap so that they can be included in the preparation sessions. It is a beautiful way to serve in the Church and a necessary job that requiores as much support as possible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacrament of Confirmation
Families should now have all of the information for the Sacrament of Confirmation. If you require a copy please contact Mrs Collins.
Stole making volunteers required
I am requesting any volunteers who are available to offer their time to help sew the stoles for this year’s Confirmation candidates. Please contact Mrs Collins via email if you are available at email@example.com Thank you to those who have already volunteered to assist. Mrs Collins will be in touch shortly.
The Sacrament of Confirmation is Sunday 19th June at Sacred Heart Parish at 10am. Father Sijo will be celebrating the Mass this year, as the priests of the Diocese have all been granted permission by the Archbishop to celebrate the sacrament in their own parishes.
First Reconciliation is soon approaching
We continue to keep the students from Year 3 who are preparing to make their first Reconciliation in our prayers.
First Reconcilation Retreat Day
Just a reminder that the Year 3 Reconciliation Retreat will be held on Wednesday 25th May in St Joseph’s Hall starting at 9.10am and finishing at 3.20pm. This is for all students of Year 3, even those not making the Sacrament.
A reminder that the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be held on Thursday 26th May - in the Sacred Heart Church, Temora at 6:00pm.
Yr 8 have been looking at body systems. We completed a dissection looking at the lungs and heart. Yr 9 have been looking at how the body gets rid of waster. As a part of this students dissected a kidney.
Yr 7/8 Mandatory Technology taking a brain break checking out their garden.
Yr 8 Science modelling the rock cycle with fruit chews.
Thank you to Bob Musgrave from Teacher Earth Science Education Program, for explaining all about tectonic plates.
Extracting DNA from strawberries.
Kinder - Sophie Irving, Connor Jones, Bree Puertos
Yr 1 - Skyla Morton, Tom Harris, Isabella Irving
Yr 2 - Hayden Pham, Dusty Karn, Ron Arun
Yr 3 - Madison Darrington, Jack Crawford, Zephanie Lancaster
Yr 4 - Brooke Gilchrist, Kayla Block, Harry Krause
Yr 5 - Matthias Lancaster, Hayley Kite, Liam Oliver
Yr 6 - Amber Haigh, Eliana Orbita
Yr 7 - Rahni Coleman for great questioning in History.
Yr 8 -Cate Granleese for always working well in History. Maisy McCrone for excellent application to Maths tasks.
Yr 9 - Ruby Matthews for making great progress in Maths and persistence with mastering detail in History.
Yr 10 - Mia Block for showing an excellent understanding of Trigonometry in Maths. Noah Harper for great contributions to class discussions in History. Daniel Hirt for consistent application in Commerce. Annabelle Wiencke for showing an excellent understanding of Trigonometry in Maths.
Last Friday Mr Haigh and four student representatives, Macey Coddington, Will Scott, Charlie Cooper and Sharn Ferguson attended the launch of the annual Red Shield Appeal. They are pictured below with Appeal Director Caleb Smith and Mayor Rick Firman.
Reminder - If you need to postpone your child's canteen order please send Belinda Maxwell a text on 0412142166 before 9.30am on the day.
Tuesday 23rd August - TBA
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