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Important Dates
(refer to newsletter for details)

17th September
School Board Meeting (6pm)


18th September
Parish Mass 9.00am –
Yr 3 Williams & King
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P & F Meeting (7pm)


19th September
Odd Hair & Odd Socks Day
(Gold coin donation)
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Term 3 Concludes


6th October
Labour Day Public Holiday


7th October
Term 4 Commences


10th October
Opening School Mass 9am
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School Board Meeting 6pm


16th October
P&F Meeting 7pm


17th October
School Assembly - Year 7 Collins


23rd October
2015 Prep Orientation Morning


24th October
School Assembly - Kindy


31st October
School Assembly - Year 7 Hamilton


3rd November
St Mary's Family Week


7th November
School Assembly - Mini Vinnies


11th November
Remembrance Day


14th November
School Assembly


19th November
School Board Meeting 6pm


21st November
School Assembly - School Leaders


24th November
Cultural Concert 6pm


25th November
School Ball - Lower Campus
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Carols Concert at Aged Care Homes
and Shopping Centre


27th November
School Ball - Upper Campus


28th November
School Assembly
"You Can Do It" Awards


4th December
Nativity Assembly Presentation
11am Lower Campus


5th December
Graduation Mass 10.30am
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Term 4 Concludes

REGULAR EVENTS

Assembly
Fridays 9am Upper Campus Hall

2nd Hand Uniform Shop
Tuesdays between 2.30pm & 3.30pm

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Welcome to St Mary's Catholic Primary School Warwick, one of Warwick's finest primary schools. Under the umbrella of the Toowoomba Diocesan Catholic Education Office, we are a Parish School, part of the St Mary's Parish, Warwick. Our Parish Priest, Fr Franco Filipetto, supports the pastoral role of the school.

The school offers a professional and dedicated staff who endeavour to deliver a curriculum which is both exciting and innovative.  We have a very real commitment to the basics of literacy and numeracy. We compliment this by also addressing other key areas of learning to provide a wonderful all-round education for the children in our care.

St Mary's School is proud of its history of providing high quality education in an environment of the Catholic tradition. Our school is committed to meeting the challenges of education today and in the future in order to provide students with the skills necessary to progress further along the life-long journey of education and learning.

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YEAR 6 AND 7 TRIVIA DAY
Year Six and Seven students recently held a Trivia Day to help fund their trip to The Lion King at the Lyric Theatre next term. Family and friends came along to participate in a fun day with games and questions. We all gathered around in groups and helped each other with questions and problem solver pages. There were activities such as Monte Carlo, Heads and Tails and Who am I? We also enjoyed a shared morning tea to chat and enjoy the company of our visitors. Over $2,000.00 was raised to go towards the cost of the trip. We would like to thank all family and friends who supported the morning, we appreciated the efforts you put into raising money, baking and taking time off work to be with your child. Thank- you. (Year 6 and Year 7 Teachers).

ODD HAIR AND ODD SOCKS DAY
St Mary's School will conduct an 'Odd Hair and Odd Socks Day on the last day of Term 3, Friday 19th September. This will support the "Children First Foundation", where children fundraise to help sick children. Year Six have just completed a Social Justice Unit in Religious Education which raises student awareness of service to others. This beautiful fundraising idea has been initiated by a Year Six student who is seeking to help those with serious illnesses. The Principal and staff are very supportive of this initiative which will be coordinated by Bernie Bourke. It is a fine example of service, originating from students, by students and for students. Students will wear their usual sports uniform with' Odd Hair and Odd Socks' and offer a gold coin donation in return for this privilege. Students may wear their hair in a strange fashion, an unusual style or use non-permanent hair colorant. Please note, this does not mean that students cut their hair or razor lines, shapes or design into their scalp.

"YOU CAN DO IT" - RESILIENCE AWARD RECIPIENTS
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You Can Do It Awards

Enrolment applications for Kindergarten 2013 are now being taken.  Click here for more informationST MARY’S KINDERGARTEN - Enrol Now for 2015
Enrolments are now being taken for 2015 and spaces are limited. Please be aware that as we work under child care regulations it is first in who receive the placements. To secure a position at the Kindy, an Expression of Interest form must be completed with a booking fee placed. Interviews will be conducted in Term 3 and Open Days and Information Sessions will follow.

Children need to be born between 1st July 2010 and 30th June 2011 (for 2015 enrolment)

Please contact Marie Sullivan (Director) at St Mary’s Kindergarten (Upper Campus) 175 Palmerin Street, (PO Box 1237) Warwick.

Phone 07 4667 1075 or 0488 665 525 or email us at warwickkindy@bne.centacare.net.au

P&F NEWS
Our next monthly meeting will be held on Thursday evening, 18th September at the Upper Campus Library. It will commence at 7.00 pm. All parents are warmly invited to attend.

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