Term 3 | Week 3

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District Athletics Carnival

The buzz aboard the bus to Beaton Park last Wednesday was electric, as a team of talented Lake Heights athletes prepared themselves for a big day at the District Athletics carnival.

Lake Heights students represented our school with pride and achieved some exceptional results this year, with several students placing in their events. Phoenix Duncan of 4/5 had an excellent day and took out the Junior Boys Age Champion.

Students who qualified to move on the next round of competition will compete at the Regional carnival in Canberra. More information will be available in the coming weeks. Congratulations to all students who participated and thanks to Miss Hunter, Mrs Nicastri and Mr Hurd, for their involvement in the day.

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Important

Southern Stars

A reminder that the first Southern Stars Choir rehearsal is this Wednesday. The bus leaves early at 8am and returns at 4.15pm.

Students should bring their drink, lunch, school uniform and hat.

P&C Meeting

The P&C will hold an evening meeting in the school library at 7pm on Monday 1 August. The meeting will include a discussion around our upcoming Mini-Olympics and Food Fair day, as well as an introduction to our new Maths 'n' Movement program. Parking is available at both entrances of the school. We hope to see you there!

International Food Fair

A note will be sent home this week regarding the International Food Fair. Students will be asked for a $2 contribution towards the day, along with food donations showcasing international cuisine for the smorgasbord style lunch.
Upcoming Events
Merit Awards

Congratulations to all award recipients

Brayden Ray-Risson (K) Brianna Warren (K) Logan Barrington (K/1) Jimmy Hayward (K/1) Tyrone Duncan (2) Charlise Hall (2) Jay Jayaswal (2/3) Ryley Smith (2/3) Jessica Jayaswal (4/5) Chrystian Bawelkiewicz (4/5) Abigail Esteves (5/6) Mikayla Morales (5/6)
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Australian Mathematics Competition
Students who applied earlier in the year to do the Australian Mathematics Competition or were nominated by their teacher, completed the test last Thursday morning with Mr Hurd. The AMC is a fun competition, with many of the problems set in situations familiar to students and showing the relevance of mathematics in their everyday lives. All students will receive a certificate and a detailed report showing how they went on each problem, with comparative statistics. Prizes and medals are awarded at annual state presentations in early November.
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