Computer game addiction is on the rise among Australian children and teenagers, replete with a host of alarming consequences, writes Karen Fontaine
Staff, students and the broader community would like to thank Coles Supermarket store manager Mr Musti Tekin and his staff for their fantastic support, hard work and generous donations at our ‘Family Fun Night’on Thursday 29 March.
The ‘Family Fun Night’ was a great success. With all the activities, events and sausage sizzle the school raised $3987.20
I would like to welcome all members of the Greenvale Primary School community to our website. You will find many links to useful information and resources. Suggestions to improve our website can be forwarded through the school office.
The year is certainly moving along very quickly as we near the end of Term 3. I have indicated in a recent Newsletter that I have decided to complete my time as Principal at Greenvale at the end of this term and move on to the next phase of my working career. Assistant Principal, Mrs Jane Greig-Hancock has been nominated as the Acting Principal for Term 4 while the position is advertised and filled. Jane is an outstanding member of our community and contributes in so many ways to the school. Her responsibilities include: student welfare, daily organisation of the school, curriculum leadership, data management and teaching and learning. I’m sure everyone will give Jane their full support as she takes on the role of Acting Principal.
Don’t forget that it is Sun-smart time which requires all students wearing a broad brimmed hat when outdoors.
We are looking for lots of volunteers this Saturday 7th September to help out with an election