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The second week of term saw us in jumpers! No doubt next week we will be sweltering, such are the joys of living in the mountains and the cautionary tales of the changes we are experiencing in weather patterns. The students don’t seem to mind as long as there are spaces in the day where they can run around, and thankfully there have been opportunities most days.
Welcome back to Korowal for 2014! The flurry of preparation for the students return has settled. There is a lot to share with you so kick off your shoes, grab a cool drink and take time to look through the window with a view.
The sun is rising and the cockatoos are screeching as I begin this final week's posting from home before the school day begins.
Week 9 has been extremely busy, in fact so much so that I have just had to look up which week we are actually finishing.
Week 8 sees the beginning of the performances and concerts for primary as today we head off to the Joan Sutherland Centre for the Jigsaw performances by several local Year 6 classes. There is great excitement and anticipation of a very entertaining theatrical event.
It is torrential and there has been chaos and merriment here as the rain pelted just as the school day was ending. We distributed black garbage bags to the high school students who were brave enough to embrace this fashion and protect their new text books! Week 7 finished with a flood.
Week 6 has passed way too quickly! The parched earth is satiated for now and green spouts are smiling back at us. The rain was a welcomed relief. It's time to mow the lawns.
Week 5 closes and we are already half way through our final term for 2014. There are endings and beginnings.
As week 4 concludes, we are safe and we have established our routines. What a difference a week makes. The high school students have moved up an academic year this week and the primary have swum fathoms, or at least kicked up a storm. There were three further HSC exams and those troopers were remarkable. It is great to have us all together again.
Week 3 of Term 4 will stay in our memories for a long time to come.
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