Don your PJs for movie night

Principal Danny Stanieg and Senior Constable Mike Brantz congratulate the school leaders at their Induction Ceremony

Principal Danny Stanieg and Senior Constable Mike Brantz congratulate the school leaders at their Induction Ceremony

Dan Stanieg, Principal, Rainbow Beach State School

Last month or so has been jam packed with activities both inside and outside the school. We also managed to squeeze in our school cross-country. It was good to see so many students participating and putting in a great effort.

Student council movie night

The student council are running a movie night on Friday June 7. This is always a popular activity. The night begins at 5.30pm in the library, where students come together as a whole school to enjoy a movie together and have dinner. The meal will consist of a hot dog and popper.

The cost of the evening is $5 per person. As this is a Rainbow Beach State School event, only students who attend the school are able to participate. Feel free to wear your PJs and bring a pillow and blanket to make yourself comfortable. Stay tuned for more information and dinner order forms that will be distributed soon.

Cooloola Small Schools Athletics

Our 10, 11 and 12-year-olds participate in our Cooloola Small Schools Athletics day. Rainbow Beach put on a picture perfect day and students from all schools had a great time. Selected students will now participate in the district trials in Gympie.

Mother’s Day stall

I would like to thank all the people involved in making presents and running our P&C Mother’s Day Stall fundraiser. I’m sure that all the mothers would agree that their gifts were sensational.

Healthy plants

This year, the grade 6’s have been designing a healthy plant delivery service in technology. The aim of the unit was to design a healthy plant that could be delivered to client’s doors, to promote healthy eating in the community. Each student had to choose a healthy plant to grow, then make a fact sheet including a healthy recipe.

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A uniform convenor is required at least one day a week. If someone can spare one hour, one morning a week to help with uniforms, or can help on a Friday in the tuckshop, please contact Jed 0434057356.

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