Lunch Orders


Please find attached our new 2024 menu, price list & our parent user how to register guide  Please register your child/ren to order lunches.  Please refer to the parent guide if you have trouble.  Lunch orders will continue to be provided Monday's, Wednesday's & Friday's. 



Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) - ARE YOU ENTITLED?

If you have a current Health Care Card or Pension Card, you may be eligible for the Camps/ Sports/ Excursions Fund (CSEF) payment. 


The CSEF is an annual payment of $125 to the school to be used towards camps, sports and / or excursion expenses for the benefit of the eligible student. 


If you have applied for the CSEF last year, you do not need to complete an application form in 2024 unless there has been a change in your family circumstances. e.g. New student enrolment, your child has started or changed schools, or you did not apply at the same school in 2023.

Please click on the button below and return the form to the office. 

Can all Conveyance & CSEF information please be returned to the office ASAP.


  • Students living in Echuca Town area (VIC) need to contact Echuca-Moama Town Services on 5480 2181 for further details of times and bus stops.
  • If you are travelling on an Echuca town bus (Blue and Yellow bus), you do not need a bus pass but you must pay $1.40 each way. (It is best to have correct money)

If you live in Victoria and are on the town bus network (blue and yellow bus) and are residing more than 4.8 km from St Mary's Primary School you are entitled to a conveyance bus pass.  Please complete the 2 forms below and return to the office with a photo attached.




  • If you are in Victoria and live outside the township of Echuca, your child will be on a country bus and will need to fill in the below form and return to the office.


If you live in Moama, you require a bus pass please go to the below website to apply.



Under Name of school the student is attending in 2024 please type Echuca, then select 

St Mary's from the list. 

If you live outside Moama - Dyson (eg Winbi, Perricoota Run)

If you live within town - James Newton Bus Service 


Medical Policy (Distribution of Medication) 


St Mary’s recognises that some students have medical plans that require the distribution of medication within the school day. It is invaluable that we have qualified nurses who can support the highest degree of care and expertise in support of your child. St Mary’s is bound by the CECV policy on what must be provided by the parents, medical practitioners and pharmacists in regard to distributing medication. Please see the attached policy for further information. 


A written request must be received from the parent for the administration of medication, (St Mary's Medication Permission Form 2024). 

This relates to all prescription and non-prescription medication (including over-the-counter medication such as paracetamol, anti-histamines or alternative medicines); 

School Nurses can only administer medication directly from the original medication container.

For prescription medication, ensure the pharmacy label is attached to the original container and includes the student name, strength and description of medication, dosage and route (e.g. inhaled/orally) of administration, correct storage, timing, administration medication expiry date & pharmacist’s details.


Medical Administration Policy CECV

Presentation at school

A reminder to all students and families that there are unified expectations of how we present for school. It is important that we wear our uniform and present proudly. In light of disrupted years, please find below the expectations of our school as stated in our Family School handbook. 



It is considered unnecessary to have extremes in hairstyles e.g. spray colouring, excessive spiking, colour dye.

Long hair should be tied back while at school.  Children should wear the school colours blue or yellow for ribbons, clips etc.

Jewellery such as bracelets, necklaces and earrings should not be worn to school. Children with pierced ears are permitted to wear studs or sleepers.

Nail polish must be removed prior to attending school.   

If for any reason your child cannot wear any part of the uniform, a note of explanation is to be sent to the class teacher. Our uniform standard is as stated.

If you have any queries, please contact the School Office.


Please see attached our Communication Road Map. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions, queries or concerns. We are thrilled to be able to connect more regularly with families and look forward to having families in classrooms and in attendance at whole-school gatherings. We hope this road map, supports you on the most effective ways to communicate, depending on your area of concern, thank you. 




St Mary’s Parish Weekend masses:

Saturday 6pm & Sunday 9.30am - all welcome.


St Mary’s Parish Centre

224-230 Anstruther Street, Echuca 

Ph: (03) 5482 1127


Office Hours: February 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9.00am - 1.00pm


All other enquires:

Marianne Kelly :


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