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As the day draws to a close so too does the final moment of the school year for 2014. What a fabulous and busy year we have had! Today, Friday 19th, we sign off from school for a month and we are looking forward to the opportunity to rest and replenish. However before we begin to unwind there are some special moments to share.
We are rapidly approaching the end of the year and Week 7 has culminated in two significant events – the Year 12 Formal at the Carrington on Friday night and the Year 6 Graduation afternoon on Saturday. Both events were a ritualistic celebration of significant years at Korowal for families, students and teachers, and it was a privilege to celebrate with them.
As week 6 settled the high school into the early stages of our new academic year, primary classes were moving closer to their end of year events, with the K,1,2 concert now behind them. We have one final whole school community event scheduled for the afternoon of Sunday November 30th and posters have now been placed around the school to bring this to our attention, as this becomes a very busy time of the year in the build up to Christmas holidays and we would hate for you to miss it.
Today is another beautiful day in the mountains. Week 5 of Term 4 has already passed and the pace continues, with many end of year events now approaching.
It is a hive of activity here this afternoon, preparing for our fair at the end of Week 5. As the primary students are leaving school, the parents are arranging spaces and sorting goods, the gardens are beautiful, striped tarpaulins are in the courtyards, the 1950’s coffee caravan is perched for business tomorrow and the school is buzzing. Tomorrow (Saturday) is our Artisan Fair.
What a roller coaster of a week we have had in Week 2 as the weather took a turn from glorious Spring through the depths of Winter and back again. It was obvious that many of the primary children were quite perplexed by this, and the high school students were often underdressed in their optimism. It was a relief for us all as we recalled the extreme fires we experienced this time last year. Our thoughts go to those for whom life is still out of kilter.
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