Assistant Principal's Newsletter
“Children’s Crossings are Cool”
- A children’s crossing is a legal crossing when two flags are in place.
- Children and adults who are crossing at a children’s crossing must comply with the supervisor’s directions.
- You must always stand behind the yellow line.
- Never follow the children’s crossing supervisor out onto the crossing – WAIT! THEY MUST GO OUT FIRST, WHEN THEY HAVE BLOWN THEIR WHISTLE (2 SHORT BLASTS) IT IS SAFE TO CROSS.
- DO NOT ride bikes across the crossing, bounce a ball, fight, muck around or run – WALK QUICKLY AND SAFELY.
- ALWAYS stay within the lines of crossing and walk in front of the supervisor (never behind them).
- The children’s crossing supervisor will always wait until it is safe before they walk out and blow their whistle.
- Cars are NOT allowed to park on the crossing. If the area is not clear you must pull up behind the white line and wait till you have clearance before proceeding.
- Always be alert and listen to what your children’s crossing supervisor says.
- It is ILLEGAL to double-park outside a school – you will be caught.
- REMEMBER ALWAYS CROSS AT THE CHILDREN’S CROSSING WHEN IT IS IN OPERATION.
House Athletics Sports – Tuesday 10th March 2020
The House Athletics Sports will be held at Casey Fields. Students must wear their sport uniform. House colours can be worn over the top of their sports uniform. The House colours are:
Blue – Mayone-bulluk
Green – Wurundjeri
Red – Bunurong
Yellow - Kulin
Congratulations to the following students who have been working at their very best and have received a Certificate of Achievement.
9I: Mohammad Shoaib Amiri
Student Photographs – Catch Up Day
The catch-up day for the student photographs will be taken on Monday 2nd March 2020. Students are to wear their school uniforms. All photographs are ordered through the COMPASS portal.
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