Safe for Kids | Term 1 Week 4

Weekly News
Safe 4 Kids Parent Information Evening Tonight

Be sure to come along to our Safe for Kids evening tonight. An information session will be run from 6:30 - 8:30pm and be presented by Holly-ann Martin, the managing director of the safe4kids program.

A separate movie will be shown for children in the year 6 room for any parents who would both like to attend and need to bring children.

This is a program that Holly-ann with class teachers will have covered during the day with each class. We strongly urge parents to attend this session as it will be an ideal follow up for what is a very important yet sometimes tricky subject to handle. We hope to see everyone there!
Term 1 P&C Meetings

Each term, we try to have both day and evening P&C meetings.

The Annual General Meeting of P&C is scheduled for this Tuesday at 9:15am.

At 6pm tonight (30 minutes prior to Safe4Kids meeting) time will be allocated for P&C general business. During this time, any matters that people would like P&C to address or look into during the year can be raised. Anyone who would like to nominate or stand for a position on P&C, but is unable to attend the daytime meeting, is encouraged to let P&C know during this time.


Shop closed.  Service will resume on Monday 6 March.
Upcoming Events
Merit Awards

Congratulations to all award recipients

Declan Flanagan-Murray Meilat Negusse Julian Aramburu James Davenport Annabella Wilcox Kiara-Jade Tarrant Iesha Benn-Bain Mi Meh Justin Wilton-Cook Logan Peaston Grace Catalano Georgy Latu
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Read to amaze!
Have you ever wondered what to do when your child gets stuck on a word while reading?
Do you have the skills to best support your child to reading success?
Kim McArdle, our newly appointed Instructional Leader, will be running a short information session this Wednesday 15 February at 2pm to provide strategies for parents to use while listening to their children read. The session will take place in the Learning Hub (old library) and has been organised for 2pm so that parents can still pick their children up on time. We urge all parents of children in K-6 to join us for this very informative session.
'The more you read, the more things you know.
The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.'
Dr. Seuss
Swimming Carnival Fun

Congratulations to all of our swimmers!

Last Thursday, a selection of students from Lake Heights competed in our annual swimming carnival. It was a fantastic day with all students trying their best, swimming well and demonstrating excellent behaviour. A special thanks to Mrs Upeski for organising a wonderful day and to all of the parents who assisted. Ribbons will be presented on Wednesday at the School Leaders' assembly at 9.15am.
School Leader Induction

Schools Leaders' Assembly this Wednesday 15 February

Sporting House leaders and Student Representative Council members will be inducted at a special School Leaders' Assembly on Wednesday, 15 February. Parents and friends are welcome to take part by pinning the badge on their child and having a photo taken. The assembly will take place at 9:15am in the new Learning hub (old library).
Bookclub and Library borrowing

Orders for this issue of Book Club are due this Wednesday, 15th February.  

Please place your order in an envelope clearly marked with your child's name and class, and place it in the box provided in the office. On line orders should also be finalised by Wednesday.

Library borrowing will commence this week following relocation to the former computer lab. Thank you to Mrs Giles for all of the work that has gone into organising our new library space.

Tuesday will be borrowing day for all classes, and a reminder that a library bag is required to take books home. Alternatively, students will be asked to keep their library books at school for classroom reading.

PSSA Gala Days- Netball and Cricket
Friday 3rd March 9.30am- 2pm
Friday 24th March 9.30am- 2pm

Students from Years 3 to 6 are invited to take part in two Primary School Sporting Association (PSSA) gala days this term.

Cricket and netball will both be played at Fred Finch Park, Berkeley.

Training takes place on Tuesday afternoons during school time and all equipment is provided.

A $20 fee covers all bus travel. Students will need to bring recees, lunch and plenty of water.

All details, a permission note and code of conduct can be downloaded below.

PSSA cricket permission note and code of conduct PSSA netball permission note and code of conduct
Kindergarten love LHPS!
Kindergarten have had a great start to their school over the past two weeks. Watch the following clip to see what a few of them have enjoyed about school so far.
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