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September 20 Newsletter

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September 6 Newsletter

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August 23 Newsletter

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August 9 Newsletter

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July 26 Newsletter

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Principal Information

Dear Families,


As announced in last week's newsletter, we are bidding a sad farewell to our substantive principal, Bonnie Jeffrey. We congratulate Bonnie on her appointment to the position of External School Review Leader. We will celebrate Bonnie's outstanding achievements at Snug Primary School in an assembly this Friday at 11:30am. Families are welcome to attend.

I am pleased to inform you that I will be staying on as Acting Principal in Term 3, while the substantive Principal position is advertised and filled. Thank you to everyone in the Snug Primary School Community for your support throughout Term 2. We are all part of a wonderful school!


Susan Jeffery
Acting Principal

June 28 Newsletter

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Disco TONIGHT

Dear Families,

To assist with the disco tonight, can you please write your child's name on the back of their ticket. These will be placed into a lucky draw box when students enter.

Children in years Kinder to Year 2 will need to be signed in by parents on arrival and signed out upon collection.

Please bring small change if you wish to purchase glow products.

Thanks for making the night a great success.

The SRC.

Conjunctivitis Information

Dear Families,

We have had a number of confirmed cases of conjunctivitis across the school. Whilst this isn't usually a serious condition, it is highly contagious. Please see information below adapted from the Department of Education website.

Symptoms

Conjunctivitis is an infection of the eye. The eye is red and weepy and often has a discharge. Usually forms dry, yellowish crust on eyelashes after sleep. It is highly contagious.

Students need to be kept at home until the infection clears and eye discharge has stopped.

Drops can be purchased from a Pharmacy which should clear an infection or alternatively make an appointment to see your doctor.

Please don't hesitate to contact us for further information.

Kind regards

Cathy de Puit - Administration

June 14 Newsletter

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Snug TAS 7054

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