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Week 7

Good afternoon and welcome to the week.


REMINDERS - WEEK 7
Shoebox Donations - If you can pretty please make sure that these items are in by Friday 7th September...this is such an amazing cause and all contributions are greatly appreciated!

Book Week Dress Up - This Thursday is our Book Week Dress Up day! We ask that all students come dressed as a character from their favourite book ready to parade on Thursday after recess. If your child is able to bring their book as well, that would be great! They will be asked to explain their character during the parade.

Father's Day Breakfast - Can you please make sure that you have sent your RSVP in to Fran by Wednesday. We are asking all that attend to bring a cold coin donation.

Stop Motion Movie Items - If your child has not already done so, can you please remind them to bring in their items for their movie on Friday as we will be finalising these this week.

Reconciliation Parent Meeting Workshop - This will be held for 3M on Thursday 6thSeptem…

Week 6

Good morning and welcome to week 6.

Thank you again to everyone who sent in donations for our prizes for our mission market stall! A huge thanks must also go to Alice Mouritz and to Aaron and Bianca Cass for their assistance during our mission market stall.  It was a huge success and as a school we raise more than $1400!!

REMINDERS - Week 6
School Photos - Is on this Thursday 23rd August. Notes were sent home last week, please check with your child if you have not received them as yet. This is for the online ordering...please also make sure that you collect a form from the office if you would like to have sibling photos taken.

Please make sure that your child comes to school in/with their full winter uniform. This includes the jumper - it is fine if they don't want to wear it during the day but they will need it for the photos.

If I can ask that hair is neat and tidy, tied back as required in school colours only. Shoes are to be given a once over as well please. Girls are to wear white…

Major Australian Place – Information Report

Major Australian Place – Information Report
At Home Research and Fact File due – Tuesday 14th August. As part of our learning in Literacy and HASS, students are being asked to choose a major place in Australia and write an information report on this place.
Students will need to complete their research at home under the supervision of a parent and then turn this into a fact file. This ties into our Reading Comprehension strategy of finding the main idea and looking for important details.
Students can choose from one of the following places or a place of their own interest.
Uluru Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydney Opera House The Twelve Apostles Great Barrier Reef Cape York Peninsular Nullarbor Plain Kakadu Blue Mountains Flinders Rangers Bondi Beach Daintree National Park Parliament House Melbourne Perth Sydney Darwin Canberra Adelaide

Week 4

Welcome to week 4.

This week we are focused on becoming experts as we write our informative texts. In reading, we are looking at identifying the key information to also help with our reports.  In maths, we are exploring mass and how we measure and estimate an objects mass.  We will also be exploring number patterns.

In science we are working on how we can estimate and measure temperature.

REMINDERS - WEEK 4
Mission Markets - Next Wednesday we will be celebrating our Feast Day, commencing with Mass at Our Lady of the Bay. Please see http://year3molc.blogspot.com/2018/08/olc-feast-day-15th-august.html for further information 

Stationery Items - Many students are getting low in their stationery supplies.  Please ask your child in they need any as many students have no glue, exercise books, scissors or pencils.  Also, although stationery such as Smiggle is funky and colourful, please remind your child that is for  completing assigned tasks and should not be a distraction to those around them.

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Christmas Shoebox Appeal

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Dear Parents,

Over the next couple of weeks, the we are going to participate in an initiative called 'Operation Christmas Child' which aims to pack a shoebox to give to a child who has never received a gift before. This ties into our school value of Compassion as we are helping less fortunate children in need.

Please see below an example of the provided shoe box for Operation Christmas child:





Your child will be grouped with other children to contribute and pack the shoebox. The cost to send a shoe box will be $2.50 per child.  We are asking you to encourage your child to do something extra at home to earn the money that is needed to buy the item to put into the provided shoebox.

To make organisation easier, we will be teaming with Year 3D and Years 4 to 6.  Donations from Year 3M are to be something to wear, with the remaining categories (ie something to love, personal hygiene, etc. provided by the other classes).

Your child will bring home a note which shows the age of the child y…

OLC Feast Day - 15th August

Good afternoon 
We will be celebrating the OLC Feast day on Wednesday 15th August. 

The day will commence with Mass at Our Lady of the Southern Cross Church beginning at 9.30am. You are welcome to attend.

We will also celebrate with our annual Mission Markets with all money raised to support the Caritas mission.

This year, 3M will be hosting the 'Throwing Stuff' stall! Students will play an assortment of games with the aim, during which they will win a prize. If you are available to help in the running of the stall on the day, please let me know as it would be greatly appreciated.  To help with prizes for the stall, please send in before Friday 10 August 2018;
1 packet of wrapped chocolates ( Freddo Frogs, Mars Bars, Boost etc....)and1 block of chocolate to be used as prizes. Please remember to choose a block that does not contain any nuts!For this day, we ask that you send your child in with a small amount of money to spend in smaller denominations...think 10c, 20c 50c or $1 etc. …