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May - 2023

May – 2023

Welcome to term 2, 2023. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and enjoyed the special time with their children. Term 2 is always a very busy term at All Saints with many events upcoming. This week alone we have had students
travel to Griffith to represent All Saints?at the diocesan cross country, the Netball cup in Wagga Wagga on Tuesday and Thursday Years 4/5/6 travelled to Wagga Wagga for the dress rehearsal to Kildare’s musical Back to the 80s.

Next week we have Healthy Harold and Mortimer Shield on Tuesday, a P & F meeting on Wednesday and Mothers Day High Tea on Friday. The Mother?s Day High Tea was a big
success last year so we are building upon that success this year and would like to invite any significant females in our students’ lives to the High Tea. Our year 6 students will be
hosting the High Tea under the guidance of Mrs McIntyre and Mrs Barclay.

April - 2023

April – 2023

After the devastating bushfires in 2019 and 2020, it is wonderful to see the beautiful Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail come to life, bringing a sense of renewal and hope, and plenty of visitors to our Snowy Valley communities.

On Tuesday the 4th of April, we went to the Adelong Sculpture Trail with Mr Francis and Mrs. Barclay where we saw another amazing sculpture being unveiled. This sculpture was created by Peter Lundberg, an artist from the USA.

March - 2023

March – 2023

On Wednesday 14th March at All Saints’ we welcomed the Royal Far West 2023 Ride for Country charity bike ride. This is Royal Far West’s annual charity bike ride which aims to raise $350,000 for Royal Far West. The ride included notable cyclist Mark Renshaw (Tour De France) and Winter Paralympian Michael Milton.

The riders, crew and Royal Far West representatives joined us for breakfast at school, a big thank you to the Lions Club for cooking and providing the breakfast. Our students had a wonderful time interacting with the riders and providing them with a guard of honour as they departed for the final leg of their ride to Lake Hume. The ride started in Cooma and went to Thredbo, then from Thredbo to Tumbarumba and
finally from Tumbarumba to Lake Hume.

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