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TOOTGAROOK TELEGRAPH

Weekly newsletter of

TOOTGAROOK PRIMARY SCHOOL


Website: www.tootps.vic.edu.au
Telephone: 5985 2864

Email Address: tootgarook.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au

Issue 19

23rd June, 2016

CALENDAR
Thursday 23rd June
Friday 24th June
Saturday 25th June
Monday 11th July

1st Semester Reports Sent Home


Lions Club Breakfast from 8.00am
Last Day Term 2 2.30pm dismissal
Tootgarook Market 4/5K, Prep R + S rostered
First Day Term 3 9.00am start

End of Term Arrangements


What a big eleven weeks we have enjoyed at Tootgarook this
Term. Thank you again to everyone who supported our market,
sporting events, the classrooms and excursions.
Dont forget that Term Two finishes tomorrow Friday 24th June
with students being dismissed from the hall at 2:30pm. There will
be a short assembly in the hall beginning at approximately 2:00pm to finish off the term and present
our Students of the Term with their certificates.

Term 3 resumes on Monday 11th July.


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Spell A Thon.

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Earlier this year the Year One and Two raised an amazing $1946.50 through the spell a thon day. Thank you to
parents for all your generous donations. It was great to see the increase in all students High Frequency spelling
results. We have been working behind the scenes to plan and design the courtyard foundations.
We are ready now to employee somebody with landscaping skills to prepare the base work. This will involve
levelling soil, building up the area, creating a retaining wall, and the form work for a sandpit. This stage will
commence over the school holidays.
We would love to tap in to the school community. The students are very excited to get this started so please
contact the office tomorrow if you are interested in contributing to this work.
Next term we will have a working bee to finish the project off. This will include spreading mulch, staining wood,
laying pavers etc.
Year One and Two teachers: Lynne Baird, Donna Johnstone, Alicia Perkins and Skie Arnold
The preps raised $773.80 and are hoping to add a cubby area into their outdoor learning area with the money
that they have raised. Thank you to all the prep parents or their wonderful donations.

Students will be presented with their certificates at our last assembly


Friday 24th June @ 2.00pm
Prep R (Mrs Read) Daniel Arnold voted by his classmates for always trying hard to do his best
and for the fantastic efforts he is making to learn to speak English.
Prep S (Miss Staley) - Summer Rogers - As voted by her peers, Summer works with integrity to
achieve her very best. She is a kind and caring friend who brightens up our classroom with her
gorgeous smile and friendly personality! Summer is always willing to help others and displays the
RICH school values at all times. Keep up the outstanding effort Summer!
1A (Miss Arnold) - Tahlia Thompson - For always being engaged in her learning and bringing
things from home to share with the class. She always demonstrates the Year One Bes and is a
friendly member of our class.
1P (Miss Perkins) - Wil Giarrusso - Congratulations Wil on a fantastic term. You are always trying
to demonstrate the R.I.C.H school values and do your best. Well done on making better choices in
the classroom.
2B (Mrs Baird) - Riley OBrien Riley always takes the time: for others, to share, to commit to his
work. Riley is an excellent model for the RICH Values and he has a good sense of humour too!
2J (Mrs Johnstone) - Baxta Penzo for always displaying the RICH values and being so kind,
friendly and helpful.
3B (Mrs Bos) - Ike Taylor as voted by his peers because he always follows the RICH School Values.
3W (Ms Walton) - Tarni Blewett as voted by her peers. Tarni is a caring, kind and helpful friend to
others. She listens to problems and helps her friends if they need it. Tarni is a valued member of our
grade. Well done Tarni.
4B (Miss Broomfield) - Ben Walker - Congratulations Ben on all your hard work this term. I have
enjoyed watching your confidence grow as the term has progressed. You are becoming a very
responsible learner and using your class time wisely. Keep up the great effort!
4F (Miss Kain) - Ashtyn Williams was voted by her peers Student of the Term for being kind and
caring to others and always being such a helpful member of the class.
4/5K (Mr Kitchin) - Cooper Strohfeldt was voted by his peers for Student of the Term for always
displaying the RICH School Values. Well done on a fantastic term Cooper
5/6M (Miss McGhee) - Amity Bickley - was voted by her peers for Student of the Term because
they feel she displays the RICH School values, she is really helpful in the yard and she is always kind
and caring. Well done Amity!
5/6Q (Miss Quintin) - Well done Lilly. Gorton - Our grade has voted for you to be our Student of
the Term. You give everything a go, youre always happy and helpful and you have a caring nature
that everyone appreciates. Keep smiling Lilly!

Book Fair Raffle Winners


Congratulations to Riley Leonard, Lola Cooke, Alex Dickson and Shelby McCormack. I hope
you enjoy your new books.

Have a lovely holiday with your family and friends; I look forward to seeing you in term 3.

Boys Netball
Yesterday the 5/6 boys netball teams walked down to Truemans Road to
play 6 netball games.
We had two Tootgarook teams. We played
many teams from around the area.
We all had a great time down on the
courts. We gave it a good shot and also
got better at some skills like shooting and
defending.
We all would like to thank all the parents,
Miss Quintin and Mr Kitchin for taking us
down to the netball courts for a good day.
We had LOTS of fun
Zak

Girls Football.
On Wednesday 22nd of June the 5/6 girls went to Truemans road to play
football. We had 3 games and lost
them all but we had a final too. The
first game we lost against Sorrento
then we lost again against St Josephs.
We lost to Eastbourne and in our final
we unfortunately lost again to Rye.
Over all, we all had a great day and
had lots of fun. We came 8th place in
the end. Well done to all the girls who
participated and thanks to the parent
helpers who came and cheered us on!
Thanks
Emily and Chelsea.

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Tuesday 28 June, 10:30am
Tall tales of giants old and new. Make your own
giant to take home with you!
Ages: 5-12
Puppet Making
With Polliwog Puppets
Monday 4 July 11:30am
Create your very own puppet character to take
home. Learn how to make it come alive so you
can tell your own tales. Ages: 5-12
Movie Hotel Transylvania 2
Tuesday 5 July, 2pm
Come and get comfy and watch Dracula and his
friends try to bring out the monster in his half
human, half vampire grandson in order to keep
Mavis from leaving the hotel. Ages: 5-12
Dragon Tales
Friday 8 July, 10:30am
Come along for some dragon tales
and create a dragon to take home.
Ages: 5-12