Biggest Morning Tea
This year we will be hosting our 4th Biggest Morning Tea at St Agnes’. This year it is an extra special celebration for the Year 6 students as our friend George Billington would’ve been in Year 6. George was in Prep and Year 1 with us, but unfortunately he passed away from Cancer in the middle of Year 1. He was a funny and kind friend who loved the colour yellow and monkeys. We will not only be celebrating George, but other family members close to us that have battled with Cancer.
We will be hosting the Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday 27th May at 10.30-11am on the Tennis Courts. We invite all families to come and have recess with us. Please bring a gold coin donation to share your recess with us. Or you can go onto our school fundraising page and donate directly there. https://www.biggestmorningtea.com.au/fundraisers/Stagneshighett/vic
Over the next 2 weeks we will be selling Yellow ribbons and arm bands in the classroom and office for 50c. There will also be very special raffle prizes drawn on the morning consisting of vouchers from Ferguson Plairre, Bakers Delight, Little E, nails & hair. Raffle tickets will be sold for $1 each and can be purchased from the front office. All money raised will go directly to the Cancer Council.
Students are invited to bring a gold coin donation on Thursday 27th May and come to school wearing Yellow accessories. Remember to pack something yummy in your lunch box that day too.
The Social Justice Captains and School Captains
Government Rebate for eligible families through Camps, Sports and Excursion Fund (CSEF)
Any families holding a valid means-tested concession card or temporary foster parents are eligible to apply for assistance through the State Government CSEF initiative. This initiative ensures all eligible students are able to participate in school trips ans sporting activities For those families who maybe eligible please refer below for a CSEF application form for you to complete and return to our office for submission before the end of Term 2