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School News Issue 19

BIRTHDAY GREETINGS

Congratulations to the following students and staff who are celebrating their birthdays during the week.

Bodie Gaudoin PW, Ava Miller KW, Chanelle Mwangi PB, Adele Proud PB, Grace Capolingua 1W, Sienna Zimmermann 3B, Alexandra Pudelek KW, Addison Stampalia KW, Jacob Renshaw PB, Mason Magistro 3W, Taj Skeggs 6B, Rachel Millad 2W, Holly Williams 4W, Alyssa Spiteri 2B, Flynn Cadd 2W, Xavier Hall 5W, Scarlett Von Bergheim 1B, Mr Ray Plant, Mrs Jayne Billi

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION NEWS

CROSS COUNTRY

Congratulations to all the students who ran in the Interschool Cross Country Carnival on Friday at Mawson Park. You should all be very proud of your efforts, you were outstanding!

There will be two more events for our runners in Term Three.  In Week One on July 26th, a trail run which is a new event run by Mercy College, and in Week Three, the State Cross Country on August 9th.  More information will be sent home next week. Exciting events for those children who will need to keep up their fitness even during the holidays!

Thanks to all the staff who helped on Friday and to Mrs Dunne who was a great Marshall on the course.

Rob Noseda
Physical Education

SUSTAINABILITY NEWS

  • Market Stalls – at the market stall this Friday there will be pea seedlings for sale. There is nothing nicer than a pea eaten directly from the bush!
  • Battery Recycling – our batteries will be collected next week by the City of Joondalup (they are collected at the end of each term). This is a great opportunity to find any old batteries at home and to bring them to the Science Room.
  • Chickens – meet the six newest additions to the St Luke’s school. They will be getting a new home built during the school holidays and will be ready to start the new school term with the rest of the students

Tania Farcich
Science and Sustainability 

UNIFORM SHOP NEWS

Optional Winter Jackets and Tights are now available for purchase through the uniform shop. As these items are only available by special order we ask that before making purchases families take care to read all the information on the order forms which can be found at these links- http://www.stlukeswoodvale.wa.edu.au/pdf/uniform_winterjacket.pdf 
http://www.stlukeswoodvale.wa.edu.au/pdf/uniform_tights.pdf

Jodi Lyra
Uniform Shop Manager
8790svc_uniform@cewa.edu.au

 

SOCIAL WORKER NEWS

Ann Peart
Social Worker

MUSIC NEWS

CHOIR- One Big Voice Festival
Students can log in to www.onebigvoice.com.au using the password ‘rain’ to access music and choreography. We are performing in the matinee session on Friday August 30.

INSTRUMENTAL TUITION
We currently offer instrumental tuition on piano, flute, guitar, violin and drumkit. Please contact our tutors below for further information.

Kim Williams (Piano/ flute) Kim is familiar with the AMEB Prac & Theory, Suzuki systems. Kim has 20 years experience.
0408 946 793 snappa93@hotmail.com

Nami Ogishima (violin) Nami is a frequent member on both violin and viola with the Fremantle Chamber Orchestra, Perth Symphony Orchestra, OperaBox Orchestra and the Gilbert and Sullivan Orchestra. She is familiar with the AMEB, ABRSM and Suzuki systems, and ideally tries to tailor lessons using aspects of each to suit an individual student. 
nami.ogishima@gmail.com 0435 284 971

Keyed Up Music (guitar) Prices start at $18.10 for a Guitar group lesson, for more information please contact Therese 1300 366 243
To enrol go to www.keyedupmusic.com.au/enrolment

Christian Lombardi (drum kit) Christian has an Advanced Diploma of Contemporary Music and a Bachelor of Performing Arts (WAAPA). He is also teaches with Forte School Of Music Joondalup.
cjlombardi@hotmail.com 0451 422 769

Rebecca Longbottom
Music Teacher 

 

COMMUNITY NEWS

Don’t forget to check out our community news which is linked with the Newsletter tab!!!! This will give you information on out of school activities that your children may like to join.

 

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