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Wednesday 27th August 2008


OUR SASS STAFF

Our school community is made up of a wide range of people who all play a part in the provision of quality education to students and in the management of the school. School Administration and Support Staff, whether they work in the office, the library, the school grounds or in a classroom setting, are important contributors to the success of our school. All too often their work goes unrecognised.

Recognition Week is organised to focus attention on the vital role that SAS Staff play in the school community.

This week we wish to publically acknowledge our terrific SAS Staff;

Chris Thomson, Janet Bartolo, Rayna Davidson-Hill, Meredith Fiddling, Trevor Gorman, Hazel Henderson, Leslei Sargent, Leanne Sclater, Lyn Steptoe-Smith and Maria Tyndall for you are certainly the heart of our school. Parents, students and staff I hope you find the time to tell them just how special they are.

Our school is like a large family, all working together sharing their talents and supporting each other in what is often a ‘thankless’ job. Let’s make it

this week one to remember the contribution made by all our great SAS Staff to the quality of education at Blackwell Primary. Thank you all.


NATIONAL LITERACY AND NUMERACY WEEK

This is an Australian Government initiative that celebrates successful literacy and numeracy practices and achievement in schools. Blackwell, along with schools in NSW, will


celebrate this important week next week. We would like to invite parents

and the wider Blackwell community to join us in highlighting the importance

of good literacy and numeracy skills by showing your support at home. Read with and to your children, let them read to you, visit a library, play

maths games etc and show them that you too value these life skills.

At the National Literacy and Numeracy Week website there are many parent booklets available (some of these are available in different languages also). The web address is

http://www.nlnw.nsw.edu.au/parentb.htm

Happy reading, writing and counting



PRINCIPAL’S AWARDS

KB Tom Power

KC Georgia Nicolle

KP Chantelle Misic

S1J Todd Ward

S1G Natasha Stankowski

S1WH Elle Louise – Kidd

S1CW Lachlan Holmes

S1H Anthony Haltech

S1LC Joseph Hanna

S2D Jarrod White

S2L Joshua Holmes

S2M Brittney Jones

S2P Jessica Bush

S2A Wulandari Southern

S3W Isabella Chilvers

S3S Brendan Chase

S3B Charlotte Chilvers

S3T Blake King

S3C Katelyn Duffy


STRANGER DANGER

Last Friday afternoon a student was followed by a red Commodore with 2 men and 1 woman in it near St Marys South Public School. The woman approached the student. The car sped away when the student’s parent approached. Police have been advised.

In Quakers Hill there has been as assault with a knife recently. A description has been given as Asian early 20’s, 170cm with a medium to slim build and has prominent front teeth and likes to engage in a chat first.

We would like all parents and students to be aware of their surroundings and who is around them at any time.


STOP WORK_ SCHOOL WILL REMAIN OPEN ON

TUESDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER

At present half the staff are taking industrial action for the 2 hours so classes will be disrupted for the morning session only.

Please assist us with supervision by sending students either at the normal starting time or at 11am, ready for lessons to start at 11:15am. Students arriving late but prior to 11am will need to collect a late note from the admin as per normal procedures and will advised as to which class to attend for the morning session only. Children arriving at recess need to go straight to the playground and all rolls will be marked at 11:15am.

BOOK CLUB

If you wish to purchase books, please return the order form clearly marked and enclosed with payment in a sealed envelope. All orders for Book Club are to be returned to the school office no later than Monday 1st September. If paying by cheque, please make payable to Ashton Scholastic.


PREMIER’S READING CHALLENGE

All participating students need to return their reading log sheets to the front office by tomorrow Thursday 28th August. This enables Miss Lawrie to enter their reading record on line.


FUNDRAISING NEWS

Thank you for all the donations sent in for our Fathers Day Stall.

Tomorrow, Thursday 28th August, is our ‘wrap day’ anyone who is able to help out wrapping gifts please meet in the library at 9am.

Many hands make light work! The Fathers Day stall is Thursday 4th September.


DISTRICT SOFTBALL

The District Girls and Boys’ Softball Teams attended the Area carnival on August 5th. It was a good day with some great performances from our softballers.

The softball teams consisted of three girls and four boys;

Honey Tarawa, Abbie Chapman, Talah South, Daniel Wagner-

McCullough, Daniel Payne, Daniel Luicci and Nathan Colvin.

We wish to say a really big thank you to Mr Chapman for all his help and expertise in training us. Thank you for

all your assistance throughout the carnival day.

Thank you so very much Mr Chapman

- From Mrs Berry and Blackwell Softball team.


P & C MEETING

The next P & C meeting will be held on Monday 1st September at 7:30pm in the staffroom. Lucy Chen is our guest speaker, to inform us about the Chinese program that starts next term. Everyone is welcome! Come along and discuss what happens at school. Our meetings are casual and a great place to meet other parents. We look forward to seeing you there!

If you are unable to attend and would like to make a comment or suggestion, please drop a note in the blue P & C box located in the school office foyer.

Thank you.


STEWART HOUSE

With last week’s bulletin you received a Stewart House envelope. We ask that you place a gold coin donation in the envelope and fill out your details. All envelopes need to be returned by Friday 29th August 2008 to allow entries to be submitted to Stewart House on time. There is a $4,000 holiday voucher to be won.


UNIFORM REMINDER

Just a reminder the photographer is returning on Wednesday 24th September for family, group and sport group photos.

If your child is in need of a shirt, please purchase it early to avoid disappointment.

Thank you Uniform Committee


DEPUTY DIRECTOR- GENERAL

Mr Trevor Fletcher the Deputy Director of Education will be visiting our school on Thursday 4th September from 10:30-11:30am.


CANTEEN NEWS

A copy of the updated canteen price list has been included with

this newsletter. The canteen would like to remind all parents that there has been a slight price increase. Please adjust your amounts when ordering. Thank you


DISTRICT ATHLETICS

Will be held tomorrow and Friday at Blair Oval. All competitors have been advised of the events they will be entered in.





ATHLETICS CARNIVAL RESULTS - 14TH AUGUST, 2008


BOYS

Junior 800m

1. Lachlan Boesel

2. Jarryd Tucker

3. Andrew Parker

11 Yr 800m

1. Caleb Sudulic

2. Connor Nelson

3. Daniel Brown K

Snr 800m

1. Nathan Colbin

2. Cameron Williams

3. Aidan Tucker

Junior 200m

1. Blake Emerson

2. Jayden Barsby

3. Chris Johnston

11 Yr 200m

1. Daniel Brown

2. Caleb Sudulic

3. Blake Kine

Snr Yr 200m

1. Ryan Hale

2. Daniel Wagner-McCullough

3. Cameron Williams

8 Yr 100m

1. Matthew Climan

2. Jakob Field

3. Tyron Calderon

9 Yr 100m

1. Dylan Rayner

2. Josh Payne

3. Kyle Brown

10 Yr 100m

1. Jayden Barsby

2. Blake Emerson

3. Corey Dehn

11 Yr 100m

1. Daniel Brown

2. Caleb Sudulic

3. Connor Nelson

12 Yr 100m

1. Daniel Wagner-McCullough

2. Kieran Papondony )

2. Cameron Williams )


GIRLS

Jnr 800m

1. Renay Xuereb

2. Shae Charlton

3. Jessica Hopkins

11 Yr 800m

1. Madeleine Hill

2. Kira Tosswill

3. Abbey Olivares

Snr 800m

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Sarah Mitchell

3. Hayley Anderson

Jnr 200m

1. Maddison Hurley

2. Kimberley Davis

3. Caitlin Thrush

11 Yr 200m

1. Kira Tosswill

2. Madeleine Hill

3. Abbey Olivares

Snr 200m

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Sarah Mitchell

3. Hayley Andison

8 Yr 100m

1. Jessica Bush

2. Ebony Hyde )

2. Lailah Tahan )

9 Yrs 100m

1. Renay Xuereb

2. Caitlyn Bryant

3. Andrijana Vracar

10 Yrs 100m

1. Maddison Hurley

2. Kimberley Davis

3. Caitlin Thrush

11 Yrs 100m

1. Madeleine Hill

2. Kira Tosswill

3. Taylor Bryant

12 Yrs 100m

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Hayley Andison

3. Madalyn Shearer

13 Yrs 100m

1. Kardija Wilson

2. Mica Blanco

LONG JUMP

Snr Girls

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Sara Mitchell

3. Hayley Andison)

3. Amye Naylor )

11 Yr Girls

1. Madeleine Hill

2. Kira Tosswill

3. Taylor Bryant

Jnr Girls

1. Renay Xuereb

2. Erandy Iva

3. Kimberley Davis

Snr Boys

1. Cameron Williams

2. Ayden Boesel

3. Brayden Keating

11 Yr Boys

1. Daniel Brown

2. Caleb Sudulic

3. Adam Hurley

Jnr Boys

1. Dylan Rayner

2. Blake Emerson

3. Lachlan Lambert

SHOT PUT

Snr Boys

1. Dean Malala

2. Aiden Tucker

3. Ryan Hale

11 Yr Boys

1. Daniel Brown

2. Mitch Tunbridge

3. Kyle Ionn

Jnr Boys

1. Jermaine Whitley

2. Blake Emerson

3. Jayden Barsby

Snr Girls

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Kardija Wilson

3. Shakilah Saba

11 Yr Girls

1. Kira Tosswill

2. Taylor Bryant

3. Abbey Olivares

Jnr Girls

1. Megan Hale

2. Sarah Fessey

3. Tahliah Pascoe

DISCUS

Snr Girls

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Kardija Wilson

3. Bobbi Dews

11 Yr Girls

1. Kira Tosswill

2. Cassie Jackson

3. Jordan Berger

Jnr Girls

1. Sarah Fessey

2. Lilly Linnert

3. Hayley Nelms

Snr Boys

1. Nathan Colvin

2. Dean Malala

3. Blake Beresford

11 Yr Boys

1. Adam Hurley

2. Daniel Brown

3. Caleb Sudulic

Jnr Boys

1. Blake Emerson

2. Brodie Burn

3. Lachlan Boesel

HIGH JUMP

Jnr Girls

1. Taliah Pascoe

11 Yr Girls

1. Taylor Bryant

2. Kira Tosswill

3. Abbey Olivares

Snr Girls

1. Taylor Lowe

2. Sara Mitchell

Jnr Boys

1. Blake Emerson

2. Jayden Barsby

3. Jermaine Whitley

11 Yr Boys

1. Daniel Brown

2. Caleb Sudulic

3. Adam Hurley


Snr Boys

1. Daniel Wagner-McCullough

2. Brayden Keating

3. Ryan Hale


HOUSE POINTS

1st Adina

2nd Kia Kia

3rd Birriwell

4th Yallul


Congratulations to all competitors and supporters on the day.

COMING EVENTS

28/8

District Athletics Carnival

P 7 C wrapping day

29/8

District Athletics

1/9

KP to Joan Sutherland Centre for rehearsal

Stop Work Meeting 9-11am

NO CANTEEN

4/9

Fathers Day Stall





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