The Weekly Wrap – Term 2 Week 6 – 2021

Dear All, thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s wrap. Apologies for the delay in posting. Last Week National Sorry Day Last Wednesday we held a whole school assembly to commemorate National Sorry Day. Our guest speaker was Elijah Bravington, an Arabana man born in New

Reporting Student Absences HOTLINE!

Did you know that we now have a dedicated mobile phone number to send a text message to when you need to report your child’s absence? Please feel free to text us on 0417 827 121 and leave the following details: Your Name Your child’s/children’s name/s Child’s/children’s class teacher Reason

Regen Festival – Saturday 5th June

FREE YOUTH FESTIVAL! To be held at the Noarlunga Aquatic and Recreation Centre. Food, Markets, Amusements, Music plus loads of activities and performances. Skate, Scooter and BMX Competitions with awesome prizes to be won (Register to compete). SATURDAY 5TH JUNE Session 1: 2PM-5PM Session 2: 6PM-9PM To register your interest,

Pedal Prix Wine Fundraiser

Once again, our Pedal Prix team, the Craigburn Crew’sers, are fundraising to assist with ongoing costs. We invite all Craigburn families and friends to support the Craigburn Crew’sers through this very popular fundraising opportunity. Please see details below. Order forms are also available from the front office. Orders to be

The Weekly Wrap – Term 2 Week 5 – 2021

Thank you for taking the time to read through this week’s wrap. It looks like we will be receiving some much welcomed rain in the front part of the week. Stay safe on the roads. Best wishes for the week ahead. Regards – Paul, Rob and Nicky. National Reconciliation Week

Blackwood High School Parent Sessions

Blackwood High School is offering a seminar for parents and carers about adolescent mental health. This will take place on Tuesday May 25th at the Blackwood High School Performing Arts Centre, all details are on the flyer. These sessions  are for Y 6 – 7 parent body. Getting relevant firsthand

Cross Country

A very successful day and superb effort by 53 Craigburn students at the Southern Heights Sapsasa Cross Country Carnival. All students completed their 2 or 3 km run through Belair National Park cheered on by students, family and friends. A special thank you to James Ralston for volunteering to once

Southern Heights Representatives

Congratulations to the following students who have gained selection into School Sport SA Sapsasa Southern Heights district teams. We wish them all the best in the coming weeks, as they compete in state carnivals and championships in  their respective sports. School Sport SA Sapsasa Southern Heights Netball Year 6 and