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1 SCHOOL NEWSLETTER I S S U E W E E K 4 MESSAGE FRO M TH E PRINCI PAL A D V A N C E I N W I S D O M 2 5 T H O C T O B E R, PRINCIPAL: Paul Mulqueen PHONE: Dear Families, When you look at the Crucifix you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look at the Sacred Host You understand how much Jesus loves you now. Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta On Sunday, the Church celebrated World Mission Sunday. In recognising this day, Pope Francis calls us all to reduce poverty around the world and to improve the quality of life for all our brothers and sisters. We are all invited to go out as missionary disciples to bring the message of God s tenderness and mercy to the entire human family, especially those within reach. Mission Day It was a pleasure to see the senior children so focused and inspired on Friday! The children and their families worked so hard to create many wonderful activities to engage the audience of spenders, and support those less fortunate than ourselves. The children s stalls, reflected the preparation involved and the thought processes behind why they chose a particular activity. The children were able to express the desire not just to have fun but to encourage people to donate money to those who have so little compared to us. They were keen to make a difference in the lives of others. Of course many parents gave so much as well, being the financial sponsors of the activities along with providing the time to bake together and create. We thank you for working with your children on this activity. I know that children visited their friends houses over the weekend to further plan their activity in order for it to be successful. Our younger children came full of excitement ready to spend the money generously donated by families and from their money boxes. They were not disappointed by the range of activities on offer. We were all very proud of the students and families as we watched the Mission Day unfold from our prayer reflection, the setting up, the involvement across the entire school, the cleaning up after and the looks of amazement at what they had achieved. Well done to all involved in any way! SAINT JOSEPH S SCHOOL COMMITTEE Mark Dunsmuir Margot Baker Luke Patterson Kate Wenig Bernard Miron Mandy Moore Mayli Jamieson

2 Remembrance Day Remembrance Day will be held on Friday the 11 th November. On the 11 th hour, of the 11 th day, of the 11 th month, we will hold a minute s silence to remember those who died or suffered for Australia's cause in all wars and armed conflicts. Our two School Captains and myself, will attend the Warragul Remembrance service to be held on this day. Classes 2017 Reminder A reminder to all families to consult the previous two newsletters about details regarding any requests for classes Any request must be submitted to the Principal, Mr Paul Mulqueen, by the end of October 28 th. Requests are to assist us with grade selection for There are no guarantees with any request given the complexities and selecting grades. Leaving St Joseph s? If you are not returning to St Joseph s next year, we need you to inform us in writing as soon as possible. It is important that we have this information so that we can form a clear picture of our total enrolment numbers for Thank you for your support in this matter. Stranger Danger Please talk with your children about the importance of being aware of strangers approaching students, particularly if they walk home. There was a recent instance near the netball courts in Burke Street where some children were spoken to by a stranger. What s Coming Up: Grade Six Camp Next Wednesday our Grade Six children are off on their Sovereign Hill camp. I will be attending this camp along with Mr. Baker and Mrs. Silver and a number of parent volunteers. We return on Friday. School Closure Day And Public Holiday Please remember that there are no classes on Monday 31 st October and Tuesday 1 st November due to the school closure day on Monday 31 st and the public holiday for the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday 1st. Grade Three Sleepover The Grade Three children will be having their sleepover this Thursday 27 th October, followed by their excursion to Puffing Billy on Friday 28 th October. Year 5&6 Excursion This Thursday the children in years 5&6 will be travelling to Scienceworks for an excursion. The work that the children will be engaging in at Scienceworks flows on from their recent units of work on science. Warmest regards, Paul Mulqueen Principal

3 Wellbeing Caring Habits In our dealings with others we often want to connect effectively with people and establish good relationships. By following the following the Caring Habits we can lead lives that lead to relationship building, and help generate a warm and supportive environment. This is particularly relevant for us as educators and parents when dealing with our children, and dealing with other people. You might like to place these habits up at home so that you can continue to build good relationships and a supportive environment. THE CARING HABITS LISTENING SUPPORTING ENCOURAGING RESPECTING TRUSTING ACCEPTING NEGOTIATING Dairy Assistance Funding A reminder for families who may be eligible for the Victorian Government response package to assist dairy farming families. This includes assistance for primary and secondary students attending schools (government and non-government schools) where one or both parents: own an operating dairy farm are share farmers on a property primarily operating as a dairy farm hold a lease for an operating dairy farm work as an employee on an operating dairy farm and this is their main source of employment. The CSEF (The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund) eligibility criterion is being extended consistent with the 2016 drought response. Families that have previously qualified for the 2016 CSEF Drought assistance are not able to also access the CSEF Dairy assistance funding. The Dairy Assistance CSEF payment will be paid to the school that the student is currently enrolled at the start of Term The assistance can be used to offset any camps, sports, excursion or other school based education expenses incurred by the family. The school will allocate the payment directly to benefit the eligible student. Parents can apply for the dairy assistance funding by completing an application form. Please contact the school office for further information and/or an application form if you meet the criteria. We would ask that all applications are made with us by the 31st October.

4 Religious Education & Parish News Weekend Mass Times For The Parishes of Warragul & Drouin: Warragul: Saturday 7pm & Sunday 9am Drouin: Sunday 10.30am Neerim Sth: Saturday 5.30pm WEEK FRIDAY MASS/LITURGY DISPLAY MONDAY 4 28th October Prep Mass at School 5 4th November NO MASS 6 11th November NO MASS Remembrance Day Liturgy 7 18th November NO MASS 8 25th November NO MASS 9 2nd December Grade 1/2 Mass at School 10 9th December Grade 3/4 Mass at School 11 16th December WHOLE SCHOOL MASS END OF YEAR Grade 1/2 Ford Grade 1/2 Ford Prep Wans Prep Wans Prep Paulger Prep Paulger Christmas Tree ASSEMBLY Grade 3/4 B/L SCHOOL CLOSURE NO ASSEMBLY Grade 1/2 Hawes Grade 3/4 Maunder Grade 1/2 Jeffers Grade 5/6 Farina Preps Remembrance Mass This year we are celebrating a Remembrance Mass, to be organised by the Bereavement team. It will be held on: Thursday, 27 th October, 7.30pm St. Joseph s Church Warragul. All Parishioners are invited to attend. You are welcome to bring along a photo of your loved ones. These photos will be displayed on a photo board and remembered during the Mass. Mass will be followed by a cuppa in the Marian Room. This weekend at all 3 Church centres, a Remembrance Book will be displayed and available for parishioners to enter the names of deceased relatives and friends. Inquiries: Susan Collis: or , Barbara Durand: or Joan Robertson: : Parish Office. Youth Choir St. Joseph's were represented by 11 students at our Warragul Mass on Saturday night. They did a terrific job singing the hymns and prayers of our celebration, and we look forward to them hopefully singing once a month at our Youth Masses. Thank you to all the parents who supported their children in this fantastic contribution to our Parish. If your child is interested in contributing their gifts and talents once a month as part of the Youth Choir, please see Mr. Thompson. Combined Reconciliation Rite Children preparing for their First Holy Communion must receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation prior to Communion. We are offering this at St. Joseph's Warragul on Thursday 3rd November, 7pm. If this time does not suit your family, please check the Parish bulletin for Reconciliation times during the week.

5 Religious Education & Parish News Communion Retreat Day Mission Day Report The Grade 5/6 Classes ran Mission Day last Friday which was a huge success. An amazing $ was raised! The event raises funds for Catholic Mission which operates in 160 countries, answering God's call to love one another by serving people in need, acting for justice and creation, and adopting child focused development programs. By raising money to help this organisation we are also answering God's call in a very real and practical way.

6 What s Happening In And Around Classrooms Mission Day - Friday 21st October On Friday we had mission day. Our stall was Ping Pong Peggle. The aim of the day is to raise money for the people in Cambodia that have less than us and I believe that it is really good. Our stall made over $180, I was pleased with that. Aedan 5/6F On Friday the 21st the Grade 5/6 s set up stalls for the rest of the school. I did the Wheel of Surprises. It was a really fun day raising money for Cambodia. Meg 5/6F I reckon it was fun. My stall was called Delightful Decorating and I loved it when the little kids said that it was the best stall ever! Stevie 5/6F

7 What s Happening In And Around Classrooms Music Count Us In 2016 Thursday 3rd November At 12:30pm Music Count Us In is back in 2016 and is on Thursday 3rd November. All St Joseph s students will be joining together in song at 12:30pm in the hall to celebrate the 2016 song Let it Play and to watch the song being sung by children all over the country through a live stream. Mrs Szkwarek has been working with our Grade 3-6 students in their music sessions and we will have our Grade 5 students playing percussion instruments through the song and our Grade 3/4 students leading us in actions. Music: Count Us In (MCUI) is Australia s biggest school initiative, with more than 500,000 participating students from over 2,300 schools nationwide. It brings teachers, parents, students and the music industry together in celebration, as more than half a million people unite to sing the same song at the same time, right across the country. In late 2005, the federally-funded National Review of School Music Education was handed down. The Review found that most students miss out on meaningful music education in schools. It said that we needed to lift the status of music in schools, to remind teachers, parents, principals, kids and the community about the value and benefits of learning music. This is how Music Count Us In came about and has now become an annual event for the students and teachers at St Joseph s. If any parents are around the school at this time, feel free to come and be a part of singing the song and enjoying Music Count Us In for Library News - Barb Bird This Week Is National Children's Week 20th- 30th October Children's week celebrates the right of children to enjoy childhood. It is also a time for children to demonstrate their talents, skills and abilities. "Designated by the nations of the world, Universal Children's Day calls society to a greater response to the plight of many millions of children around the world who are denied the basic necessities of a happy childhood and the education to develop their capacities. It also calls us in Australia to consider those conditions in society which affect the lives and future of our own children." Spend time with your children this week thinking about children all over the world. Talk about similarities and differences. Talk about the rights of all children to be healthy, to be able to discover, to be safe, to speak and to play. Have a fun filled week celebrating the uniqueness of the children in your family. What special talents do they have? Showcase their talents with a family talent show instead of watching the television one night. Treat your children with your time throughout this week. Library Books Thank you to everyone who responded to our call for overdue books to be returned. If the book has been missing for over a term then it is probably time to make amends for the loss of the book. Remember to always use a library bag in order to minimise loss and damage. Book Club Orders should arrive this week. Thank you for your support once again. Some lucky poetry competition winners were lucky enough to redeem their book prize from book club. Only one more issue left for the year.

8 Awards Term 4, Week 3 - Service CLASS PRINCIPAL AWARD CLASS AWARD Prep Paulger Audrey Graafsma Zac Parsons Prep Wans Scarlett Bawden Morgan Kost One/Two Barry Abigail Faithful Nash Olsson One/Two Ford Isabella Roberts Adam Parker One/Two Hawes Clare Baker Nate Murphy One/Two Jeffers Ryder Britt Sophie Talbot One/Two Thompson Jack Surman Lauren Marx Three/Four Bertacco/Leary Lachlan Barry Matthew Armstrong Three/Four Dodman Cooper Patterson Oskar Wilson Three/Four EA Kailey Kelton Isaac Kittelty Three/Four Maunder Angela Mirkovic Jaimasyn Seymour Three/Four Shannon Joseph Simpson Katrina Malacarne Five/Six Baker Jonty Kennedy Bryce Joyce Five/Six Clancy Harry Graafsma Paris Portbury Five/Six Farina Matthew Roberts Meg Van Rossum Five/Six Silver Jarrod Meggetto Tiffany Day Wellbeing - Michael Tomkins Gospel Value Respect Respect is to honour and be considerate of the differences between each other. Respect is important because it shows that we value another as an individual, and therefore honors the personal rights and dignity of the person as a fellow human being. Making good friends is simple when a person shows respect for others. We can also show respect for ourselves and our bodies by showing care in what we do and how we act. Helping In this day and age where we have many things around that are automated, we still need jobs done. Dishwashers don t unpack themselves, or as much as we would like, washing doesn t hang itself up. Help is still required around the home inside and out. Children can be of great help in the running of the household by completing little jobs. Cleaning their bedroom, putting dirty clothes in the basket and for older children hanging out washing or clearing away the table and putting things in higher cupboards. The tip in having children help is have them complete the job before they do the fun thing, otherwise it might get forgotten!!

9 Sports News - Melia Silver Hoop Time This Wednesday we have the senior girls and boys basketball teams competing at the Regional Finals in Traralgon and on Thursday we have the 3 /4 Future Stars basketball team competing in the Dandenong Finals. We wish all the teams the best of luck. A reminder to parents both groups will be leaving school early. State Athletics Yesterday Thomas Wenig and Ava Gaul did an amazing job representing St Joseph s at the State Athletic Championships in Melbourne. Ava unfortunately hit a hurdle in her heat and did not qualify for the finals. Thomas came 5th in the Hurdles with a personal best time of seconds and 4 th in the Triple jump with another personal best of 8.74m. Well done to both children who have shown they are very competitive at this elite level. Hooptime News - Michael Shannon Last Thursday, we sent two well coached 3/4 All Star Hooptime teams to Traralgon to compete in the Regional Finals. All the children played with outstanding sportsmanship and represented the school very well. They were a pleasure to take away for the day and are a phenomenal group of basketballers. Some of the highlights were watching Reagan 'I'm driving it to the hoop' Joyce, Makayla 'I'll guard their hoop' Roberts. Harrison 'The dribbling master' Cant and Alix 'I can play on one leg' Tauru, just to name a few. The competition was extremely good and each team did very well to win one match in each of their pools. We would like to thank the four Grade Six coaches for their impressive coaching and leadership. Our coaches were Bernie Sheehan, Harrison Kent, Matilda Licciardello and Emily Hart. We would also like to thank our team managers and helpers Mark Steggall and Stuart Gowans for giving up their time to assist us on the day.

10 Pasta Making 2017 The grades three to sixes have had another wonderful pasta making day at school, this time making short spaghetti noodles and eating them as Chicken Noodle Soup... Delizioso! A big two days with 14 dozen eggs used in the process! Thank you so much to the families who lent us your pasta machines. We had so many machines that the children only had to share a machine between two or three of them, making it a very hands on and worthwhile activity. Italian News - Melinda Mulqueen Thanks also to our helpers on both days, parents and grandparents who came in and helped, and Bernard Miron and Bernie Rigano who co-ordinated the cooking part of the day. A special thanks to the five Marist students who were doing their community service week. Without all of this help we couldn't possibly churn out so much pasta. Pizzelle Biscotti The grades preps, ones and twos also had a cooking experience in a recent Italian lesson. They made "pizzelle" biscuits, a traditional biscuit with pretty patterns, made using a heated press machine, a bit like a waffle maker. Lots of fun!

11 Parents & Friends Rosters & News Bakers Delight at Coles Centrepoint Dough Raiser Program Simply mention St Joseph s Primary school at the Bakers Delight near Coles, Williams Square in Warragul and they will give 5% of sales back to our school. Fresh bread tastes even better when you know it s helping raise money for our school. Warragul Cinema Tickets Warragul Cinema vouchers/tickets available for $13.00 from the school office. Cake Raffle Roster Friday at Assembly 50 Cents Please remember no nuts when baking and to provide a list of ingredients with the cake. The cake is required at School by 2.00pm on a Friday afternoon so raffle tickets can be sold prior to assembly. Thanking you, Meg Height or Friday 28th October Meg Height Friday 4th November Michelle Ireland Friday 11th November Cathy Patterson Friday 18th November Leanne Dunsmuir St.Joseph s Parents & Friends Volunteers Needed St Joseph s Parents and Friends have a number of events programmed for Term 4 and we need your help! In order for these events to go ahead we ask that you volunteer by signing up using the following links; Icy Poles Every Wednesday during the summer terms (Term 1 & Term 4) children can purchase icy poles for 50c. Please register and choose a to help & be finished in 40 minutes - you'll be your child's hero! Walkathon 8 people are required to cut up fruit at the school from 9.00am to 10.00am on Friday 11th November. Please register at: Notice Board Items Still Missing/Lost Still missing a green/white headband with a pearl centre and diamantes. Very special item to the owner. Please return to Prep Wans or the office if found. Thanking you Needed For Art Classes Mrs. Leary is looking for any scrapbooking paper that you may have at home and not have a use for. If you are happy to donate them, could you please drop them into the Art Room. Thanking you. Found Found on school oval last week a boy s wallet containing a myki card and other prize possessions. Please come to the office to identify the wallet if it is yours. Thanking you.

12 Upcoming Term 4 Dates WEEK 4 Wednesday 26th October - Grade 5/6 (All Stars) Hooptime (Traralgon) Wednesday 26th October - Parents & Friends Meeting (2.30pm) Thursday 27th - Friday 28th Grade 3 Sleepover & Puffing Billy Excursion Thursday 27th October - Grade 5/6 Excursion (Scienceworks) Thursday 27th October - Grade 3/4 (Future Stars) Hooptime (Dandenong) WEEK 5 Monday 31st October - SCHOOL CLOSURE Tuesday 1st November - Melbourne Cup Public Holiday Wednesday 2nd/4th November - Grade 6 Camp (Sovereign Hill, Ballarat) Thursday 3rd November - Winter Regional Sports Friday 4th November - Grade 3/4 Excursion (Melbourne Museum) WEEK 6 Monday 7th November - Prep 2017 Playgroup (11.45am-1.00pm) Friday 11th November - Remembrance Day Liturgy School Walkathon (9.30am-10.50am) WEEK 7 Monday 14th November - Prep 2017 Playgroup (11.45am-1.00pm) WEEK 8 Wednesday 23rd & Thursday 24th November - School Concerts (6.30pm) WEEK 9 Monday 28th November - Prep 2017 Playgroup (11.45am-1.00pm) Tuesday 29th November - Prep Information Night (6.00pm) Thursday 1st December - Fairview Christmas Party WEEK 10 Tuesday 6th December - Orientation Day (9.30am-11.00am) Wednesday 7th December - Prep - Grade 2 Swimming Sports Friday 9th December - Grade 3-6 Swimming Sports WEEK 11 Tuesday 13th December - Triathlon Wednesday 14th December - Grade 6 Graduation Dinner Friday 16th December - End of Year Mass, Final day for students

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