Ruby Connor, Hugh Lassau, Stella Horne, Kira Pendlebury (2), Hayley Padman, Taj Millar dal Bosco, Kayum Fernandez Polach, Hugh Lassau, Byron Cox, Katie McDonald, Stella Lloyd-Jones, Foxx McGeachy (2), Seleenah Kingston, Robert Poile, Eva Barker
Bunnings, Batemans Bay “Spring into Spring”
Saturday 14 September
There will be many things happening throughout the day which include:
10am to 11.30am - Live Life Eurobodalla & Eurobodalla Sustainable devices. Fraser Bailey will be doing the revamping of a tired garden bed and going to demonstrate the irrigation in the garden bed
10am – 12pm there will be assorted garden craft craft diy table
Demonstration by leading suppliers and samples from suppliers handed out throughout the day. Attend the day and go into the draw to win a tub full of goodies!
A Sausage Sizzle will be held by Batemans Bay Eurobodalla Archery Club during the day.
School Performance - H2O
Our performance is rapidly approaching and we are looking forward to all families, grandparents, siblings and friends joining with us to celebrate dance, drama, song and gymnastics.
There will be 3 performances in total - one matinee and two evening performances. Each performance will go straight through with no intermission. Children involved in class productions will not be part of the audience and will not be sitting with their parents either before or after their item, but will be supervised by their teachers in the classrooms. Parents do not have to purchase a ticket for their school aged child if they are in a performance. All classes will have an opportunity to watch the performance at the dress rehearsal the week before.
Each performance will have a potential 217 tickets available, so please don't leave your purchase until just prior to the date as you may find you are too late and tickets have sold out.
Tickets will be on sale from the Front Office from this Wednesday 28 August and will cost the following:
$5.00 per adult
$2.00 per child/school aged student
(There will be no charge for babies and toddlers sitting on their parents knee and who do not require a chair)
As part of managing our own resources and being proactive with recycling and our environment we have had some of our senior boys monitoring our daily water usage. This has mainly included water used for toilets, bubblers and taps. The school grounds are watered from the school bore and our own recycled water from our underground tank and are not included in our water rates and usage.
In the four months from 15/11/12 - 18/3/13 we used 820kl which cost the school $2459. This is a lot of money particularly when you consider that this period covered 6 wks of the school holidays.
In the following four month period 18/3/13 - 20/7/13 we used 390kl with a cost of $1166. This is a remarkable difference in both volume of water used and the money paid to ESC. The daily water readings and monitoring by James Burnes, Buster Ware and Rory Shepherdson allowed the school to quickly pick up leaking toilets and dripping taps/bubblers.
Well done to both our boys and Mrs Dent for being active with this monitoring.
Mayor's Writing Competition WInners:
Charlie Kemp-Jones, Callum Elliott, Summer McGeachy, Sarah Burnes, Mallee Smith and James Burnes
Credit: Gabriela Ware, Mallee Smith, Lucy Jones, Thomas Derwent, Lachlan Browne, Charlie Jones
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