The Weekly Wrap

Last Week

  • Thank you to parents who supported the Reception – Year 2 swimming program last week – your help was greatly appreciated by our teachers.
  • Players and staff from the Port Power Community Youth Program worked with students from Years 5-7 – with extra media coverage for one of the Power players.
  • Parent Reading Workshops for Reception / Year 1s were well received last week. We look forward to hosting more sessions in the future.
  • Great to see our Pedal Prix team, the Craigburn Crew’sers  back in action at Loxton over the weekend – in preparation for the upcoming races in Adelaide. Once again, a special mention to Mr Lemmey and supporting families for your efforts.
  • A very wet but successful day for the 43 Craigburn students competing at Santos Stadium in the Southern Heights Sapsasa Athletics carnival. Thanks to our parent helpers Jenny and Tanya for marshalling students to events during the day. Some great individual results with a few students gaining selection into the Southern Heights Athletics team. A big thank you to Mrs Pettman for her efforts.

To Note

  • This coming Thursday 9th May we will be running our annual Mothers Day Stall – details here.
  • This Friday afternoon 10th May we farewell Mrs Stephanie Hook who is retiring from teaching, having been at Craigburn for the last 9 years. Stephanie has been on leave for Term 1 and has only recently announced her retirement. We will be having a whole school assembly on Friday afternoon from 2.40pm to acknowledge Stephanie’s contribution to teaching. Parents are welcome to attend.
  • Congratulations to Ashlyn A and Matilda W who were successful in making the South Australian Public Primary Schools Choir – in the lead up to the Festival of Music Choir in September.
  • As mentioned last week we are aware of a number of  influenza cases reported in the in the local community We remind parents with the upcoming winter season to keep children at home if they are unwell and showing influenza type symptoms. Please check in with this fact sheet from SA Health.
  • Best wishes to our Cross Country runners competing at Belair National Park this Friday.
  • Nominate, celebrate and recognise an outstanding educator in the 2019 Public Education Awards.

The Week Ahead

  • Wednesday 8/5
    • Port Power Community Youth Program for Years 5-7
  • Thursday 9/5
    • Mothers Day Stall
    • Adelaide Crows Positive Reflection Assembly
  • Friday 10/5
    • District Cross Country – Belair

Best wishes to all for the week ahead.

Regards, Paul, Rob and Nicky

Upcoming

  • Thursday 9th May
    • Mothers Day Stall
  • Friday 10th May
    • District Cross Country
  • Tuesday 14th May through to Thursday 23rd May
    • NAPLAN Online Tests
  • Monday 20th May
    • Governing Council
  • Wednesday 22nd May
    • 10.00am  Year 2/3/4 Team Assembly in the Hall
    • 2.15am    Reception / Year 1 Team Assembly in the Hall
  • Friday 24th May
    • 2.15pm   Year 5/6/7 Team Assembly
  • Monday 27th May
    • National Reconciliation Week begins
  • Wednesday 29th May
    • School Group Tour
  • Thursday 30th May
    • Senior Choir Assessment
  • Sunday 2nd June to Thursday 6th June
    • Year 7 Canberra Camp
  • Monday 10th June
    • Queens Birthday Public Holiday
  • Sunday 16th June
    • Pedal Prix Adelaide Race 1
  • Monday 24th June
    • Governing Council
  • Wednesday 26th June
    • 10.00am  Year 2/3/4 Team Assembly in the Hall
    • 2.15am    Reception / Year 1 Team Assembly in the Hall
  • Friday 28th June
    • 2.15pm   Year 5/6/7 Team Assembly
  • Friday 5th July
    • Last Day of Term – Normal Dismissal

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Friendly Reminders

  • Thanks again to all parents who have taken the time to support the school last term and into this next one.  We are fortunate to have supportive families and friends who take an interest in school life. A reminder that all volunteers are  required to complete the necessary volunteer requirements before volunteering at school. Opportunities to help out in various ways are communicated to families throughout the year. Please check in with these requirements if you would like to volunteer.
  • The Drop Off and Pick Up Zone (off Murrays Hill Rd) displays signage informing motorists that parking in the Zone is restricted to 2 minutes from 3.00 to 3.30pm. This traffic control was put in place from the City of Onkaparinga to better support traffic flow and minimise traffic congestion on Murrays Hill Rd prior to school dismissal. Traffic rangers visit schools (mostly without notice) to monitor these zones, and will issue infringement notices when appropriate.  Parents and friends who arrive early for pick up are encouraged to find suitable off-street parking and arrange a location to safely meet their child / children.

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