Being a Resource Hub Student Monitor
Our student monitors play an important role in the functioning of the Resource Hub. Once a week during break times, they work together in pairs to assist with tasks, such as scanning books for borrowing and returning, sorting and shelving books, tidying the shelves and other tasks as requested. We would like to thank them for their service and by focusing on 2 student monitors each newsletter. This issue it is India and Guru , both from Primary 1 & 2 classes.
India "Being a Resource Hub student monitor is fun and I really like it. I have been doing this job for 10 terms (2.5 years)! As a student monitor I scan books students want to borrow or return and keep the Resource Hub tidy."
Guru " I have been a Resource Hub student monitor for two terms. It is useful because you learn so much about books, games and puzzles, plus you get to use a computer."
Premier's Reading Challenge
There is still plenty of time for your child/ren to participate in the Premier's Reading Challenge. Student reading record forms (both the normal and the 20th anniversary) can be downloaded from the Premier's Reading Challenge website:
or students can see Kelly for a paper copy. Completed forms can be submitted to the school any time up until the final date on Thursday 7th September (Week 7, term 3).
Scholastic Book Club
Students will have received the latest Scholastic Book Club Issue (no 4) and orders can be made on the Scholastic website (https://www.scholastic.com.au/LOOP) or by downloading the LOOP app.
Orders must be placed by Friday 23rd June.
All orders earn our school rewards which are then used to purchase more books for the Resource Hub which are much appreciated by our students.
Below is a link to Scholastic's Parent Guide to Book Club which you may find useful.
Students may borrow books for up to 2 weeks. Please return books by the due dates which can be found in the back of picture books and some other books or on a return slip given to the student when borrowing a book(s).