Dec 10
December Update

Here we are again and December is upon us and with it comes all the excitement that the season brings. It is a busy time filled with the hustle and bustle of gift shopping for friends and family near and far. It means travelling to visit family or opening our homes to receive guests.

Trad​itions such as visiting Santa, singing carols and decorating our homes in beautiful lights is all part of the holiday celebrations. Life at school is also very busy.

We anticipate a wonderful performance on Thursday, December 20th and we are looking forward to our Holiday Lunch (supplied by our School Council & Association) that is taking place on Thursday December 13th. We are also working together to raise funds for our Holiday Baskets.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff, students and parents for their continued support. Our school is truly a community school and it is at this time of year when the closeness of friendship shines in our students` faces. The new-year will bring new learning experiences, new challenges and new fun.

I look forward to what lies ahead for us as a school community in 2019. I wish you all Peace, Joy, Hope and Happiness during this Holiday season and throughout the New Year.​

Duncan White - Principal


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