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CALENDAR 2014
THURS 4TH SEPT—FATHERS DAY STALL
Sept 19th Last day of term. 2.30pm Finish.
Nov—3rd Pupil Free Day
Nov—30th—CJC Fete!!
Dec 19th End of year. 1.30pm Finish
CAULFIELD JUNIOR COLLEGE
Internationally Accredited School
NEWSLETTER
School Council Meeng Dates
Sept 1, Oct 27, Dec 2, Dec 11, Feb 23.
August 29th, 2014
186 Balaclava Road, Caulfield North
Website: www.caulfieldjc.org.au
Email: [email protected]
Acting Principal: Stan Szuty
Assistant Principal: Vicki Phyland
Telephone 9509 6872 Fax 9576 1623
School Council President: Rob Roseby
Statement of International Mindedness
At Caulfield Junior College it is an
understanding that students will develop the
knowledge and skills to appreciate our own and
other people’s cultures; exploring differences and
embracing them in order to become responsible
citizens of our world.
2014—TERM DATES
Term 1
Term 2
29th Jan—4th Apr
22nd Apr—27th Jun
INTEGRITY RESPONSIBILITY HARMONY
ACTING PRINCIPAL’S REPORT
I hope this newsle+er finds all members of the CJC
community well. I will be absent from school on Thursday and Friday as l will be a+ending a Victorian Principals’ Associa#on conference in the city. Enjoy the early
Spring weather and have a wonderful weekend.
YEAR 3-4 PORTSEA CAMP
The weather on camp has been extremely kind to allow all ac#vi#es to be completed. Many thanks to Nigel, Trish, Christelle, Katrina, Chris, Claire S, Michael,
Claire H, Gilles, Katherine, Tim, and our student teachers, Andrew and Elise for a+ending the Year 3-4
Portsea Camp. The school is indebted to staff that
spent #me away from their families to ensure the success of the camping program at Caulfield Junior College.
Term 3 14th July—19th Sept
Term 4
6th Oct—19th Dec
ENROLMENTS 2015
To assist us with planning for next year, if
you have a prep child that will be
attending school in 2015, please collect an
enrolment form from the office.
Notices sent home this week
Professor Bunsen incursion Gr 1 /2
Table of contents.
Ac#ng Principal’s Report
French Sec#on Elec#ve
Sport News
Parents Commi+ee
Community No#ces
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Page 5
Page 6
Page 7
SHADE SAIL
Parents will have no#ced that the main shade sail has
been replaced [email protected] being damaged by severe winds
last month.
Regards,
Stan Szuty
FRENCH SECTION ELECTIVE
Chers Parents
Quelques dates importantes à retenir pour ce 3ème
trimestre.
Lundi 8 septembre : Incursion sciences sur comment
marche un Kart pour les CP et CE1.
Vendredi 19 septembre : dernier jour du trimestre, les
élèves pourront se coiffer comme ils le désirent, il y
aura la tradi#onnelle footy parade et l’école se terminera à 14h30.
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Assemblées des Juniors
Si vous désirez assister à l’une des assemblées juniors
qui se déroulent tous les mercredis dans la salle polyvalente de 15h à 15h30, voici les dates pour ce trimestre
où sont présents des élèves de la FSE.
03/09 : LA5 présentée en français avec Anne-Cécile.
17/09 : LA6 présentée en anglais avec Liz.
Le site du mois
Nous vous recommandons vivement ce site :
www.lasouris-web.org
Ce site vous propose des liens vers des sites français, des
exercices en ligne et des jeux éduca#fs gratuits pour les
élèves du préscolaire, du primaire et du secondaire.
Toutes les ac#vités sont classées par ma#ère et par degré scolaire, vous y trouverez aussi une sélec#on de sites
pour vous parents.
Appel à tous les membres de la communauté de CJC
ainsi qu’à tous les chefs d’entreprises. Cette année, la
fête de l’école va proposer une vente aux enchères sous
pli cacheté dont les lots, plus étonnants les uns que les
autres, commencent déjà à affluer. Nous sommes à la
recherche d’un maximum de lots.
Que vous proposiez des services (jardinage, coiffure,
conseil juridique...) ou de la marchandise (bijoux, gâteaux, mobilier...), votre contribution, quelle qu’elle soit
est la bienvenue.
Pour
faire
un
don,
merci
de
contacter [email protected] Lors de la dernière
fête, 12 000 dollars de fonds ont été levés. Cette année,
nous aimerions battre ce record grâce à votre aide.
Merci à tous.
Dear Parent s
03/09: LA5 in French with Anne-Cécile.
17/09: LA6 in English with Liz.
The website of the month
We recommend the site: www.lasouris-web.org
This site contains a lot of links to French sites, free online
exercises and educa3ve games for students from PREP to
college. All the ac3vi3es are classified by subjects and by
level, you will be able to find a range of sites for you.
‘Calling all CJC community members and business owners!
This year’s Fete will includes a silent auction full of exciting
prizes that are already pouring in. We are looking for as
many prizes as we can gather. Do you provide a professional service such as accountant, lawyer, hairdresser, gardener, handyman and can donate your time or service as a
prize? Does your business offer goods (e.g. jewellery,
cakes, furniture) that you can donate as a prize? No prize is
too large or too small!
Please contact [email protected] if you have
something you could donate. The silent auction raised over
$12,000 at the last fete we’d like to beat that if we can.
Thanks and Merci!
Gilles et Sébas3en
UNIFORM SHOP
Please be advised that some uniform items will increase
from 6th October 2014.
Important events for term 3
Monday the 8th of September: science incursion for Y1/2:
Billy Cart Science.
Friday the 19th of September: Crazy Hair Day and Footy
day, last day of the term school finishes at 2.30.
Assemblies
Every Wednesday from 3.00 to 3.30 if you would like to
a2end in the mul3purpose room for the junior’s assemblies, here are the dates for term2 where there will be
some LA with FSE students.
Short Sleeve Polo Shirt (4,6,8,10,12,14)
Long Sleeve Polo Shirt (4,6,8,10,12,14)
Rugby collar Windcheater (4,6,8,10,12,14)
(Adult S,M)
Winter Tunic, Navy
Winter Skirt, Navy
Rain Jacket, Navy
$28.00
$31.00
$40.00
$43.00
$52.00
$52.00
$25.00
ICAS -- WRITING
Congratulations to the 18 students who participated in the ICAS Writing Assessments.
All certificates and results have been handed out to students.
Listed below are students who were awarded special certificates – special congratulations to
them all.
MERIT
Asher Star, Nathan Ayzelman, Adelin Zipman
CREDIT
Emily Deszcz, Sophie Jacquot, Juliette Lelievre, Alexandra Pye, Alex Rozen, Noa Zlatsin, Bella Barolsky,
Louis Kling,
HIGH DISTINCTION
Noa Meltzer
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EXCURSION TO LUMINARIUM AND PRAHRAN MARKET
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Hot Dog and Sushi Dates
for Rest of Term.
•
Hot Dogs—12th
September
•
Sushi—3rd, 10th
and 17th
September.
Piano Notes.
Congratula#on to Ambre Joseph and to
Camille Meric with an excellent result 'A 'at
their Piano Exam !
Well done!
Piano teacher
Irene Shiferson .
SAFETY
For the safety and fairness to our whole school community it would be appreciated if ALL
parents/guardians/visitors could adhere to the parking zones around the school at all 3mes.
**On Balaclava Road there is a dedicated ‘Bus Zone from 8am to 4pm on school days’ – you
cannot park here at any 3me during these 3mes. Please also be mindful that if you are wai3ng
for buses to return aEer 4pm, that the buses s3ll require access to this space so that our
students/teachers/parent helpers can disembark safely.
**The ‘2 minute’ parking zones (8-9.30am and 3-4pm) around the school are ‘kiss and go’ zones.
They are to be used by parents quickly dropping off or picking up students. Cars should not be leE
una2ended at any me during these 3mes.
** Please be considerate of the local community during drop off, collec3on or parking around the
school. Do not park over or within driveways.
** Students are not permi2ed access to the car park.
PLEASE ALSO ADHERE TO SPEED LIMITS !!
REMEMBER.
Students, when crossing Balaclava Road, you must walk
up to the crossing where the lollypop people are. They
are there for your safety.
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District Athle.cs Carnival
Next Wednesday 3rd September a selected number of students from 10yr old to 13yr old, will head off to
Duncan McKinnon athle#cs track to compete against other schools in their chosen events. Students have
earned the right to represent CJC by either winning or coming second in an event at our house athle#cs
day. We had a number of students par#cipate in training this morning which was great to see their enthusiasm and commitment for this event.
Program- Caulfield District Carnival 2014
9.25am
Open Remarks
11.30am
GIRLS 9/10 y.o. 1500m.
9.30am
BOYS 9/10 y.o. 1500m.
GIRLS 11 y.o. 1500m.
BOYS 11 y.o. 1500m.
GIRLS 12/13 y.o. 1500m.
BOYS 12/13 y.o. 1500m.
GIRLS 9/10 y.o.
80m. HURDLES
BOYS 9/10 y.o.
80m. HURDLES
GIRLS 11 y.o.
80m. HURDLES
BOYS 11 y.o.
80m. HURDLES
GIRLS 12/13 y.o.
80m. HURDLES
BOYS 12/13 y.o.
80m. HURDLES
GIRLS 12/13 y.o. HIGH JUMP
BOYS 12/13 y.o. HIGH JUMP
GIRLS 11 y.o. LONG JUMP
GIRLS 12/13 y.o
BOYS 12/13 y.o
GIRLS 11 y.o
BOYS 11 y.o
GIRLS 10 y.o
BOYS 10 y.o
GIRLS 9.10 y.o
BOYS 9/10 y.o
GIRLS 11 y.o
BOYS 11 y.o
GIRLS 12/13 y.o
BOYS 12/13 y.o
100m Sprint
12.45pm
GIRLS 9.10 y.o
BOYS 9/10 y.o
GIRLS 11 y.o
BOYS 11 y.o
GIRLS 12/13 y.o
BOYS 12/13 y.o
4x100 Relays
1.30pm
GIRLS 9.10 y.o
BOYS 9/10 y.o
GIRLS 11 y.o
BOYS 11 y.o
GIRLS 12/13 y.o
BOYS 12/13 y.o
800m
1.55pm
Champions
2.00pm
Final Presenta#on
12.00pm
BOYS 11 y.o. LONG JUMP
GIRLS 9/10 y.o. SHOT PUT
BOYS 9/10 y.o. SHOT PUT
GIRLS 9/10 y.o. TRIPLE JUMP
BOYS 9/10 y.o. TRIPLE JUMP
12.30pm
GIRLS 12/13 y.o. DISCUS
BOYS 12/13 y.o. DISCUS
10.15am
GIRLS 12/13 y.o. SHOT PUT
BOYS 12/13 y.o. SHOT PUT
GIRLS 11 y.o. HIGH JUMP
BOYS 11 y.o. HIGH JUMP
GIRLS 9/10 y.o. LONG JUMP
BOYS 9/10 y.o. LONG JUMP
GIRLS 12/13 y.o.TRIPLE JUMP
BOYS 12/13 y.o. TRIPLE JUMP
200m Sprint
GIRLS 11 y.o. DISCUS
BOYS 11 y.o. DISCUS
10.45am
GIRLS 12/13 y.o. LONG JUMP
100m race
BOYS 12/13 y.o. LONG JUMP
GIRLS 11 y.o. SHOT PUT
BOYS 11 y.o. SHOT PUT
GIRLS 9/10 y.o. HIGH JUMP
BOYS 9/10 y.o. HIGH JUMP
GIRLS 11 y.o. TRIPLE JUMP
Good Luck to all compe#tors. Parents are more than
welcome to come along and support their children.
BOYS 11 y.o. TRIPLE JUMP
GIRLS 9/10 y.o. DISCUS
BOYS 9/10 y.o. DISCUS
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Father’s day stall: to accommodate the grade 3/4 excursion, Father’s Day stall will be on
September 4.
Thursday
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CLASS CONVENERS
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LA10 & 11. There will be a class breakfast on the final day of Term 3, Friday 19th September at 8:15am in
Angélique’s classroom. Siblings welcome and please bring a nut free plate to share.
ALL CLASSES
School fete: 30th November. Every class will be in charge of a stall. Please keep in mind that the help of everyone is
needed. Contact your class convener to know how you can contribute to the prepara#on of your child classroom stall.
BOOKS: if you have second hand books, in French or in English, please put them aside for our second hand book stall.
We will be collec#ng them at school later this term, details will follow. Please email any enquiries to Caroline at:
[email protected]
CALLING ALL CJC COMMUNITY MEMBERS
AND BUSINESS OWNERS!
This year’s Fete will includes a silent auc#on full of exci#ng prizes that are
already pouring in. We are looking for as many prizes as we can gather. Do you
provide a professional service such as accountant, lawyer, hair-dresser,
gardener, handyman and can donate your #me or service as a prize? Does your
business offer goods (e.g. jewellery, cakes, furniture) that you can donate as a
prize? No prize is too large or too small!
Please contact Natalie@finersolu#ons.com.au if you have something you could
donate. The silent auc#on raised over $12,000 at the last fete we’d like to beat
that if we can.
Thanks
BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB
Another great way to support the school is by purchasing
a book for the school library in honour of your child's birthday. Informa#on and an order form will be
sent home with those students whose birthdays are approaching. Our library's book wishlists are
available to view on the Skoolbag app under "fundraising" or as a hardcopy at the school office. Please
email any enquiries to the Birthday Bookclub coordinator Belinda Minc: [email protected]
AUSSIE FARMERS DIRECT
Aussie Farmers Direct supports Aussie farmers while helping the community with a Healthy Ea#ng Fundraising Program
designed for schools. Each CJC family that signs up, 2% of spend will be donated back to CJC. Contact Ruth Gordon
[email protected] for details to sign up.
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COMMUNITY NOTICES
Public no#ces or adver#sements in the newsle+er are accepted in good faith but the school does not necessarily
endorse the content. A charge is made for commercial adver#sement.
Presented by Glen Eira City Council
PARENT INFORMATION SESSIONS
Dads are parents too.
Wed 3rd September 7.30—9.30, Glein Eira Town Hall, Theatre+e.
$7.00 per person—9524 3333
Paediatric first aid and resuscita#on
Wed 17th September 7.30—9.30 Caulfield Cup room, Glen Eira Town Hall
$45.00 per person—9524 3333
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