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Winter arrived in Week 6! For one day this week we had two principals at Korowal as Ruby (Year 6) stepped in to be ‘Principal for a Day’. She was impressive! I am not sure that she enjoyed time behind a computer however.
As Friday was a significant day for us I will bypass all other events and dedicate this page to a summary of what we were up to.
We have passed the hump of our eight-week term, as week 5 fades into the distance. Next week is a short week for the students as the Friday leading into the long weekend is a pupil free day.
This week at Korowal we had the Huff and Puff Gala Day, Year 6 attended a Leadership Course, we held our Information Evening for Year 7, 2015, and embraced Uniform Day, a Year 12’s fundraising event (25% of which goes to the Rowen Wkeng Appeal). While many of us are often shy of dressing up, when it happens, it refreshingly spurs incidental conversations throughout the school.
Week 3 has brought us perfect mountains weather. There is much to be said for the crisp clear air, blue skies and colour changes that Autumn brings. If you have not been to the school for a while you may have missed noticing the leaves turning. The maple trees are spectacular.
We are at the Leura Harvest Festival today, taking Korowal’s final day of week 2 into the greater community.
Welcome back to the shortest term of the year which is only 8 weeks in length. Year 6 began their term with a four day excursion to Canberra and had a terrific time away together.
When saying farewell to the students yesterday afternoon, on the last day of Week 11, Term 1, 2014, I was met with smiling faces and a sigh of relief that this eleven week term had come to an end.
Week 10 was washed away yesterday afternoon, with many high school students caught in the deluge while tidying up the grounds in preparation for today’s information morning. They were delighted by the thrill of the downpour.
Before we draw the curtain on Week 9 there are a few noteworthy anecdotes to share with you.
Time passes so quickly when you are having fun, and week 8 has gone! Already!
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