Premier’s Reading Challenge 2019
There are only weeks to go until the 2019 challenge closes (August 30), so get your reading records completed and join the more than 80 students who are already eligible for certificates at the end of the year.
Congratulations to the following students who have completed their challenge:
Samara Lyons, Hiroki Takahashi-Zhong, Grace Shing, Alexander Pitts, Archibald Miles, Torren Winston, Asher Crosweller, Alicia Joseph, Reina Shi, Jamie Spittle and Elle Hadiprodjo.
For more information and the booklists visit the PRC website
*If you attended a different school and completed the PRC there, please come and see me so I can request that your records be merged. Otherwise this will be your first PRC year. This is especially important if you are eligible for your gold or platinum certificates this year and if you are looking at earning your Premier’s medal.
Finished the PRC for 2019? Well don’t stop reading!
Congratulations to John Pongbumrungnate who was our lucky week 9 winner last term.
2 more draws will happen this term, so keep reading and go into the draw to win a book of your choice.
Parent / Teacher Challenge 2019
Congratulations to the following extraordinary reading role model:
Miss Sharp (1S)
Come on teachers and parents, grab a book and read alongside your child/ren and complete the Parent / Teacher Challenge this year.
Requirements for completion:
Read any 6 titles (in any language). Email me email@example.com the titles and I’ll add you to our wall of wonderful reading role models.
Book Week is coming…
This year’s theme is Reading is my secret power and our annual book week parade is taking place on Friday 23rd August, so start thinking about your book, character and of course costume!
Library bags for sale
The Junior School and Gawura library is an active member of K.O.A.L.A. (Kids Own Australian Literature Awards) and they have just released new cotton tote library bags for sale. They are $5 each and all proceeds go directly to K.O.A.L.A. to help ensure kids have a voice in the world of Australian literature. If you’d like to order one bring $5 to Mrs Paul in the library.
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.”– Neil Armstrong
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