In this Issue: Principal's Report, Citizenship of the Month Awards, Year 6 Fundraising, Moments in Maths, Unlocking the Code Parent Reading Evening, Environmental & Gardening Club Is BACK!, Aboriginal Cultural Immersion Day, Year 6 Visit Woonona High School, SRC Report, Library News - Book Club, Great photos from sport & Halogen, Attendance Matters
This newsletter contains articles on Stage 1 Christmas Dance, 2021 Draws to an end, Farewell Mrs Conny Wuestner, Staff departing WPS, Graduation Assembly, Presentation Day, Final PandC 2021, PandC Fundraising BBQ, Kindy Orientation, Semester 2 Reporting, School Enrolments 2022, November Citizens of the Month, KW Learn about Celebrations, Canteen, C
This issue contains articles on Check in Assessment, Year 6 Fundraiser, Year 6 to High School, Presentation Day, 2022 School Leader Speeches, School Banking Finishes, Book Fair, Academically Gifted Class, Final PandC meeting 2021, Semester 2 Reporting, Kindy Orientation, School Enrolments 2022, and Library News.
This issue contains articles on All schools move to level 3, Uniform Wearing, Year 6 Fundraiser, Year 6 Parent Session, Book Fair, PandC Meeting Wed 10 Nov, Selective Schools 2023, Year 7 Online Applications, Kindy Enrolments 2022, Kindy Orientation, School Enrolments 2022, Year 6 Fundraising, Library News, Book Fair, 'Just like you' Program Stage
This issue contains articles on School Resumes, Covid-19 Symptoms, World Teachers' Day, Staff Return and PandC Appreciation, Kindy Enrolments and Orientation, School Enrolments 2022, Congratulations Ella, PandC Meeting, Library News, UOW Learning Labs, Canteen and Uniform Shop.
This issue contains articles on End of Term 2, NAIDOC Week, Semester 1 Reports, COS Public Speaking Competition, Kinder 2022, Regional Cross Country, Athletics Carnival, PandC Meeting, Mulga Beach Mural, PSSA Gala Day, Explore Discover ACT, Great Book Swap, April and May Citizens of the Month, Uniform Update, Stage 3 Leadership Day, Hoodies Donatio
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land (the Wodi Wodi people and the Dharawal nation), and also pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Elders both past and present, and their rich and diverse cultures.
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