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Friday, August 12th 2016

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Champagnat Day Celebrations - Primary School Activities

The Feast Day of the Assumption which is also the Patronal (Mary is the Patron) Feast of Marists is 15 August. Our celebrations will be on Friday 12 August with a K-6 Mass at 11.15am in Marist Auditorium followed by cross campus Buddy Day and Lapathon to raise money for Marist Missions. Both Campuses commence at the usual time of 8.45am. Parents are welcome to join us at this Mass.

Marian Campus:
Kindy, PP, 1 & 2 Students will be bussed across to Lavalla in time for Mass at 11.15am in Marist Auditorium. Following Mass. Kindy, PP, Year 3 and Yr 6 students will be bussed back to Marian Campus. Year 1 & 2 students will join their Buddy Classes, Year 4 & 5 at Lavalla Campus. The Lapathon for Kindy, PP, 3 & 6 students to raise money for Marist Solidarity will take place during the afternoon at Marian Campus Campus. Kindy, PP, 3 & 6 students will be dismissed from Marian Campus at 3.00pm
Lavalla Campus:
Years 3,4, 5 & 6 Students attend Mass in the Auditorium at 11.15am. Following Mass. Kindy, PP, Year 3 and Yr 6 students will be bussed back to Marian Campus. Year 1 & 2 students will join their Buddy Classes, Year 4 & 5 at Lavalla Campus. The Lapathon for Years 1,2,4 & 5 students to raise money for Marist Solidarity will take place during the afternoon at Lavalla Campus. Years 1,2,4 & 5 students will be dismissed from Lavalla Campus at 3.15pm.
Lapathon:
Students will bring home a Lapathon Sponsor Sheet this week so they can collect sponsors. Funds raised will go to Marist Missions. Details of the recipients can be found on the Marist Solidarity website http://maristsolidarity.net.au/2016-campaign
This year they include Cambodia Village, Uai-Lili Carpentry Training Program Timor Leste and Centre for Migrants Thailand.
Sausage Sizzle
Orders are open and must be placed through Flexischools. The cut-off date is 3.00pm on Tuesday 9 August. Unfortunately late orders cannot be accepted.
Children must still bring morning tea on this day. If your child is not ordering a sausage for lunch, they must also bring their lunch. Those students travelling cross campus, bringing their own lunch, need to have it in a disposable bag.
Cross Campus Students
Those students travelling cross campus (students in years 1,2,3 and 6) need to supply details as to who will be collecting them on this day. An e-mail explaining this will be sent home closer to the day.
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