Pictured above: Salvation Army presentation at KPS
Pictured below: Junior Room assembly item at KPS
Pictured above: DPS School Leadership group
Kukerin Primary School
Parent Interviews will be held on Wednesday April 5th.
On Tuesdays the 29th of March, Kukerin Primary’s Junior Room had its assembly which was magnificently attended by parents and community members. The students performed a wonderful rendition of ‘Give me a Home Among the Gum Trees’ with well-choreographed kangaroo and sheep dance routines. They even had an old rocking chair, which finished the performance off beautifully. All of the Junior Room students spoke at the assembly with confidence. You could tell they had rehearsed their lines and were well prepared. Thank you to all the parents for helping to support a wonderful school assembly.
We also had the privilege to welcome Niall and Michelle Gibson from the Salvation Army in Narrogin to receive a collection of non-perishable food, clothes and blankets which all students and families donated over the last couple of weeks. Students also had a free dress day last Friday and were able to collect donate $107.25 to the Salvation Army as well. Niall and Michelle were very grateful and were able to explain to the students exactly how the donations would help families in need. All of this was coordinated by Junior Room teacher Miss Stevie Savage, and we thank her for all her hard work in preparing the assembly item and coordination of the Salvation Army donation. Thank you Miss Savage.
Cooper Davidson (Kindy) For settling in well to Kindy and always trying his best when completing activities. He is following the class routines well and is often seen encouraging his classmates. A wonderful start to the year Cooper, well done.
Eve Gray (Pre Primary) For constantly having a positive attitude towards all school work and offering to help her classmates where needed. She is a great asset to our class and a fantastic role model. Keep up the great work, Eve.
Isabel Doney (Year 2) Isabel, you are a wonderful student, who always gives 100% in every task you are given. Continue to shine Isabel, it has been lovely to see your confidence grow throughout your first term in the Middle Room.
Camille Smith (Year 3) For showing me that she is committed to improving her skills to learn, by the preparation she does before each lesson. During lessons, it is a pleasure to see her eagerness to share her ideas with her peers. Keep up the focused attitude, Cami! It is wonderful to see!
Louis Davidson (Year 4) For his great start to the year in the Senior Room. He has worked hard to stay on task and apply himself without being distracted by others. He contributes to class discussions and does his best. Keep it up Louis.
Claire Faulkner (Year 5) For her consistent and conscientious efforts across all subject areas in the classroom. Claire is an independent worker who tries her best and is always happy to help others. Well done Claire.
AUSSIE OF THE MONTH
Ashleigh Faulkner for displaying all the school expectations consistently in all areas. She is a kind and friendly student. Congratulations Ashleigh.
Dumbleyung Primary School
Thank you to Mrs Ball for organising the day and driving us to Albany as well as Mrs Justins.
By Evelyn Bennett
Staff and committee of the Dumbleyung CRC along with community volunteers contribute to the weekly Quack Chat Newsletter