Wednesday, 16 July
Dates to Remember:
21 July P & C Meeting 7pm Staff Room
25July Student Council Raffle tickets due back
31 July Student Council Raffle Drawn
5 August Japanese Language Competence tests Assembly 4TD Foyer
FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK
A warm welcome everyone to Semester 2. I trust all have had a safe and enjoyable mid-year break.
Term 3 promises to be a busy one. Our feature event for this term will be our Japanese exchange which will tak
e place from 5 Sept until 22 September.
Mrs Monique Miers – Prep teacher, is on leave until 28July . Mr Lloyd Webley is taking her class during this time.
Penny Hall, band teacher will be on leave this term from 28 July to 8 Sept. There will be a replacement teacher
for her while she is on leave.
Congratulations to all those students who qualified to compete in the District Athletics Carnival this week.
We wish you every success in the competition. Good luck to the following students,
Pele Caleb Amelia Nyakong Georgia Rhiannon
Brittany Bianca Joshua Sofyan Brianna Dermott Sam Klaudia Caitlyn Ellen Ryan Alison Me
gan Hayden Lachlan Shannon Anaru Raphael Gracen Liam Isabella Nathaniel Werome
PARENT TEACHER INTERVIEWS:
Teachers currently are conducting interviews with parents to discuss their child’s progress over Semester One. Pl
ease ensure you take this opportunity to meet with your child’s teacher.
If you don’t already have an interview time please contact your child’s teacher as soon as possible to arrange a
The next meeting for CLO’s will be Monday 21 July at 2.00pm. All parents are welcome to attend.
Yours in Education
On the 25th & 16th of June, year 6 & 7 children participated in a kite making workshop with Tony from ‘Bris Fes
Tony an experienced kite
maker of over 20 years worked through, step by step the kite making procedure. The children were rewarded
with an individual, hand made and decorated kite, which they flew on the oval.
What a spectacular sight!
The children will be invited to the next Kite Festival at Murarrie in the near future to fly their kites on mass as p
art of ‘Bris Fest 08”
On Thursday 26 June Mayfield students were entertained by David Hamilton’s Puppetmania.
Congo Lady was very beautiful and ‘walked’ up to Sofyan and also sat on Mr Hausler’s lap. The clown really c
ould juggle. Pinocchio was held by Giuseppe and everyone saw his nose grow long. We also saw Punch & Jud
y. These characters were different styles of puppets –hand puppets, string puppets, shadow puppets and marionettes. Every one loved the skeleton puppet because he could fly out over the audience and his body parts coul
d be stretched. The skeleton could also do the moon walk.
Mr Bean wore a blue jacket and while he sang his glasses popped up and his eyes poked out and his eyebrow
s went up.
Audience members were invited to use glove puppets to re-enact ‘Waltzing Matilda’
What a wonderful show! Everyone loved it
Kanaida & Jai Year 5/6F
***Don't forget that lessons commence this coming Monday the 21st of July*** ***Combined Schools Band will be commencing this Thursday 17th of July***
A special congratulations to all of our Beginner Band students who performed very well in their first public performance at the District Beginner Band Camp at Balmoral High School on Thursday the 23rd of June. The camp
was a success and a special thank you to all parents and friends who helped with transport and attending the c
Combined Schools' Band
I can't believe it and how exciting for Combined Schools Band members. Next Sunday the 27th of July will be
our performance with the Queensland Youth Wind Ensemble at the Old Museum, Gregory Terrace, Herston. The
concert commences at 3.00 pm. All parents and friends are welcome.
Letters were sent home last term. All permission slips need to be sent into the school office by this THURSDA
All parents and friends are most welcome to attend.
Unfortunately I have to have some foot surgery on Monday the 28th of July and I will be back at school on Mon
day the 8th of September. Letters will be sent home about this during the next two weeks.
Instrumental Music Teacher
Last chance to claim these items -
Mayfield V neck Size 10 Mayfield V neck Size 12
Maroon Match it Size 12 Maroon Match it Size 14
Maroon Lowes Size 8 Maroon Essentials Size 6
Maroon Match it Size 7 Maroon Match it Size 4
Olive Primal Velocity Size 7 Red Shrek (Target) Size 7
Grey.Black Stripe Urban Supply Size 7
Maroon Spray Jacket Size 9
Grey knit Sonia Rykiel Brand.
Please contact Jenny or Sue in the Aides room ( or Ph 38437323) to claim these items.
ALL NAMED ITEMS CAN BE RETURNED TO YOUR CHILDREN PLEASE MARK THEM. Thanks Jenny WANTED FOR AIDES ROOM WOOL, ICE CREAM CONTAINERS and PAPER ROLL INSERTS (gladwrap,etc)
Thankyou all of our Mayfield Families for their generous contributions towards SIDS for KIDS RED NOSE DAY.
We raised $248.
Well done everyone and thanks for your support.
Broncos Jersey Raffle
The Mayfield SS Student Council is very pleased to announce its latest fundraising venture.
A reminder to all to sell your tickets and return all money and tickets ( SOLD OR UNSOLD) to the school office by Friday 2th5 July 2008.
Tickets are only $1.00 each.
stThe winner will be drawn on parade on Thursday 31 July.
If you don’t wish to sell tickets please return them to the office or Mrs. Randall as soon as possible, however, if you would
like a second book, please don’t hesitate to ask.
You Name It Labels have a great range of labels for all your needs. Just go to www.younameitlabels.com.au, use our special
school code mssq0804 and receive a 5% discount. You save money and the school gets a rebate for all orders placed!
Greetings! Next week is the Beginner String Camp at Mansfield State High School. This camp is for students wh
o began learning in 2007. It is going to be four fantastic days of fun and music!
As I will be at Camp next week, there will be no lessons on.
Lessons will be on the following week but are now on MONDAYS (28/7). Letters have been sent home regardin
g the new timetable.
The Premier's Reader Challenge will be running this term for all students.
A letter explaining further details will be sent out today.
This is an initiative to read or 'experience' a set number of books between now and Sept 5.
The program was a bit delayed, so we will allow children to include books they encountered over the holidays.
While it's not compulsory, it is strongly encouraged that all students participate. Page We look forward to lots of reading enjoyment!
MAYFIELD STATE SCHOOL M. Kuiri MAYFIELD STATE SCHOOL Teacher LibrarianPage 3
Have you volunteered for TUCKSHOP on FRIDAYS YET! More volunteers are needed to keep our Tuckshop op
P & C Meeting on Monday 21 July 7pm in the Staff Room.
President (email: email@example.com)
PLACE ORDERS ON THURSDAY MORNING
PIROSHKIS ARE HERE!
The Piroshkis have arrived and are available in two delicious flavours, beef & cheese and beef & noodles. Just
$2.00 each for a tasty lunch. YUM!
Thursday 17th July: Jeanette, Christine, Christina
Friday 18th July : Alison, Wendy, Jaya
VOLUNTEERS ARE URGENTLY NEEDED TO WORK
ONE FRIDAY A TERM
(even just a couple of hours would be appreciated to help with the morning rush)
IF WE DO NOT GET MORE VOLUNTEERS THE TUCKSHOP WILL CLOSE AGAIN.
Contact Rachel by email:firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to help!!
Monday 2.30 – 3.00pm
Thursday 8.30 – 9.00am
Payment by cheque or cash only.
Just a reminder that a current price list is on the school website
(it is in the P & C section). If you need any help and can’t get into the uniform shop during opening hours, you
can email your request to email@example.com.
The school has 2 courts for hire, daytime or night-time. Day rate $5.00ph, Night Rate $10.00ph, 2 hours $15.00.
This money goes to the P & C. Ph 3395 2928 for bookings, leave a message if the answering machine comes on.
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CONTENT OF ADVERTISEMENT P & C News
By now you should have heard about the Moscars, our awards night celebrating the hard work of all our students in the films created over the past few years. It will be a red carpet event with prizes and entertainment galore. But first, we need to find that entertainment! We are holding auditions at the school for dancers, presenters and a host on Saturday 26 July, from 12 till 2 pm. The dance group rehearsals will run as a PEP programme this semester, while the host and the presenters will need to spend some of their own time rehearsing with us. The main commitments outside of school time will be a daytime rehearsal on Saturday 8 November, and the actual Moscars event on the evening of Friday 21 November. Students must be available on these dates to be a part of this event. Interested students can collect a permission form from us at the OSHC room. Kristie & Clinton
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Social Membership only $1.00
Enjoy bowling and our friendly, congenial club
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