Term 2 – Newsletter 6

Dear Parents,

I trust that all had a good weekend.

From this week, you will, once again, be receiving weekly email correspondence from my desk, as Mrs Theresa Minne has decided to relocate her GED classes elsewhere and will no longer serve as Dean of our school.
Our management structure, then, is as follows:
Owner: Mrs Elizabeth Simpson
Dean of Academics: Ms Tamryn van Zyl
Head of Foundation Phase: Mrs Nikki Terry
Finance Manager: Mrs Maylin Pat

Our school will still be able to offer the GED course, albeit not on our campus. Should you wish to know more about this, please let me know.

CULTURAL EVENING, Thursday 16th May, 16h00 – 19h00
Great excitement is mounting as our Cultural Evening draws closer. This is an occasion for us to celebrate our families in honour of Mother’s and Father’s Days. Please advertise this evening amongst your friends, neighbours and extended families. Food from many different cultures will be on offer. Bring along your picnic blanket and enjoy the ambience, amidst the aromas of good food and the dulcet sounds of the live music that will be playing.

“Guess the Pasta in the jar” – a competition running from today, organised by the Grade 8 class. At R2 per entry you could win a hamper of Italian foodstuffs. Please support this competition that will run until next Thursday. The winner will be announced at the Cultural Evening.

School and Aftercare will be closed on Wednesday so that we will all have enough time to cast our votes.

Exam timetables are already out, so we expect our pupils to be working hard at home in order to be fully prepared for the exams.

Kind regards

Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “To leave the world a bit better, whether by healthy child, a garden patch, or redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you live—that is to have succeeded.”

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