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Don’t Worry! ‘Cheer up, it might never happen!’ can be the most annoying phrase in the whole world. And ‘Turn that frown upside down!’ can be as helpful as dropping your ice cream on the carpet. It can feel really patronising and unhelpful when people tell you not to worry. After all, most of the time you worry about things that actually matter. One author wrote: ‘A friend came up with this novel idea: “Why don’t you try this worry coupon? It entitles you to worry as much as you like, but only if it will: (a) feed and clothe you; (b) add to your life instead of taking from it; (c) make tomorrow better; (d) you don’t mind acting like a nonbeliever! If that doesn’t work make a list of all the things you’re worrying about, place it in a box and put it up on a shelf where you can’t see it. If God is either unwilling or unable to take care of it, you can always get the box and start worrying again but at least give Him a chance. While you are waiting for Him to answer, pray. Stand on His Word. Don’t give your worries a voice.”’ If you’re a chronic worrier, why not make a list of the things you’re worrying about, give them to God in prayer-and give Him a chance to help. - Bob & Debby Gass word4U2day.com.au

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Students take top prizes at Royal Easter Show

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everal students entered into the Arts and Craft (student section) at the 2012 Sydney Royal Easter Show. The categories entered were Painting, Photography and Woodwork. The level of competition was extremely high this year. We commend the following students for entering this year. Painting: Elizabeth Wylie & Ashlee Bennetts Photography: Esther Bell, Maia Grange, Alivia Angus & Caden Pengelly Woodwork: Madelyne Rae & Mitchell Hutton Awards achieved for Woodwork were outstanding. Madelyne Rae was awarded 1st Prize, with Mitchell Hutton taking out 2nd Prize, for their Ukulele wood projects that were created at school.

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s we commence the two year transition into the use of the new emblem on our uniforms we will share updates on the progress and supply so that you know the latest state of play. With the emblem change we are taking the opportunity to evolve some aspects of the uniform that are looking a little dated. This will also enable us to develop a more consistent colour range to better align with our new emblem. This will also help to reduce the need for change (eg. from Yr 10 into Yr 11). In ay instances we have also been able to secure new suppliers so that costs can be reduced for parents. Please note some of the latest news below. 1. The change over period is 2012, 2013 and mid way into 2014 (plenty of time to make the change with no purchase pressure, other than as needed based on your child’s growth or desire to have the ‘new’ emblem and colours). 2. The ‘old’ emblem uniform is on sale currently at reduced prices - many at cost. 3. Where ‘old’ emblem stock runs out the ‘new’ uniform is being purchased and supplied.

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4. The initial run of ‘new’ emblem uniform (for currently out of stock sizes) should arrive later this week or early next week.

In this issue... • Principal’s Update • School photographs • Mother’s Day Stall • Canteen Menu • Creative Arts Night

5. The ‘new’ emblem sport uniform should also be arriving soon (most likely within 3-6 weeks). The ‘old’ emblem stock is still available in some sizes. 6. Uniform prices have been significantly advantaged as we have moved to the new emblem as suppliers and existing contracts have been renegotiated to pass on significant savings to parents. 7. The need to change uniform pieces from Year 10 into 11 has been significantly reduced as we move to the ‘new’ emblem design with greater consistency from Yr 7-12. 8. The school is reviewing ways to support families who had planned on ‘long term’ hand me down of uniforms for those with multiple children across broad time frames. - Mr Dean Bennetts

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Campus News

School Photographs

School photographs will be taking place this term. Students will need to wear full winter uniform for school photographs. Tuesday, 22 May •

Secondary individual and group photos

Family photos

Pre-Kindy photos

Wednesday, 23 May •

Primary individual and group photos

Family photos

Pre-Kindy photos

Thursday, 31 May •

Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity for your children to shop on their own with the loving help of other mums. Please fill out the form below and place in an envelope with name and class clearly on front, you must pay to shop so please avoid any disappointment. We have many beautiful gifts on offer, all worth more than the small cost of $5.00 We also have many wonderful giveaways. •

A beautiful Body scrub from Face On Beauty at Avoca.

Many $20 off laser hair removals from Timeless Permanent Hair Reduction at East Gosford.

Many other bonus surprise gifts for many lucky mums.

DON’T DELAY GET YOUR $5.00 IN TODAY!

If you do not wish to keep the photo packs you will have 2 weeks in which to return the entire photo pack back to the school to receive a full refund onto your fee account (refunds are generally processed back to the accounts in Term 3). Please note that if students are out of uniform on photo day they may not be able to have their photo taken. The uniform policy can be downloaded from the school website.

School Snowsports Team

If you would like to compete in the NSW Snowsports Championships in the next holidays please contact Mr Davis ASAP for more details or look online at www. interschools.org.au. School entries will be completed in the next few weeks.

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Mother’s Day Stall

Absentee photos for individual students

All students have been charged for school photographs on their fee account. A couple of weeks after photo day the completed photo packs will be sent home.

Pathfinders

Pathfinder News

We trust you are all enjoyed a well deserved break over the holidays and are ready for an exciting few months of Pathfindering. Below are reminders about our plans for this coming weekend. Please check the emails from your Unit Leaders which contain detailed information. CLUB NIGHT – 5th May – This Saturday

Mother’s Day Stall Thursday, May 10

2.00pm - Red Shield Appeal – As part of the successful completion of the yearly Pathfinder program participation in a community service activity is required. Pathfinders should meet at the kiss and drop area at 2.00pm and are requested to wear their Club Polo Shirt as this is an official event and will be representing the Club in the community. If you have not received your Club Polo shirt please contact Leanne on 0411 061731. *** ATTENTION PARENTS *** If you are able to assist with driving/supervising our Pathfinders whilst they are out collecting please contact Leanne on 0411 061731. 4.00pm - Honour Night – Please note that a light tea will be provided for Pathfinders after the preliminaries on Club night before they launch into their honour activity.

Please enclose $5 with this order form. Envelopes must be returned to the class teacher by Thursday, May 10. Please complete 1 envelope per child.

Student: ______________________________ Class: ________________________________

Please check the detailed information from your Unit Leaders for full details of the requirements for each Honour.

Information

Should you require further information please contact Leanne West, Club Secretary on 0411 061731 or via email on centralcoastpathfinders@gmail.com

Dates to Remember

5 May Community Service activity (2pm) // Club Night – Honour Night (4-7pm) 18-20 May

Unit Camps

8-11 June

NNSW Conference Expedition – Mt Yengo


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Library Corner

Book Club

Scholastic and Koorong book club order brochures have been issued this week. They will need to be returned to the library with correct money/cheque/credit card payment by Friday, 11th May.

Library Cards

All Kindy, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3 and Year 4 need to bring their library bags to their library classes next week as we will be attaching their library cards to their bags. Years 5 and 6 will need to bring their lanyard/ USB to their library class so the cards can be attached to something easily identifiable with the library. These photo cards are an important part of security in the library in order to maintain an efficient service.

Library Book Club - Premier’s Reading Challenge Password Change

As a result of an upgrade by the Department of Education and Communities of its Identity Management System, all PRC passwords have been changed! Sorry! Please come into the library and get your new password on Monday, 6th May. If you have completed your PRC, you do NOT need to come and get a new password. Don’t forget you can still register – IT IS NOT TOO LATE! The Challenge does not finish until September. If you would like to participate and start reading, come into the library to get your username and password. https://products.schools.nsw.edu.au/prc/home.html

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Please note that library books should have been returned by the end of first term. A reminder will be sent out to students’ classrooms for any overdue books. Please let us know if you have any queries with outstanding books.

Primary News

Kindergarten Parent Information Session

Gapp Solutions is pleased to offer an information session covering the skills and strategies from the Buddy Up(R) program which was delivered to all Kindergarten students Term one. Information on this program is located on the CCAS website, services -GAPP. This information session will be in the OOSH room, ground floor of the Primary Kindergarten block on 9th May from 2pm to 2.45pm.

Term 2 Dates April 30

HRIS Cross-Country

May 2

Soccer clinic Years 1-6.

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Bread & Jam

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Year 6 Excursion to IMAX

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Mother’s Day Stall

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Naplan Testing Years 3 & 5

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Pre-Kindy Photos

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Primary School Photos & Pre-Kindy Photos

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HRIS Junior Basketball

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Year 5 Excursion - Zoo Snooze

June 4

Athletics Carnival Years 2-6

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ICAS Science Competition


HRIS Netball & Soccer

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Yr 3 CSIRO Visit

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Yrs 2,4,6 Commonwealth Bank Visit

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CIS Cross-Country

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Kindy Excursion to Aquarium

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Year 1 Excursion to Tocal Homestead

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Maths Olympiad

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Parent-Teacher Interviews

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Bread & Jam

School Banking Offer - 2 for 1 Reward Offer in May

In May, School Banking will be offering an exclusive reward offer. When a child redeems their 10 silver tokens for a Dollarmites lunchbox they will receive the Dollarmite drink bottle free. It is easy, just place a reward order for the lunchbox using your redemption card in May and the drink bottle will be provided too.

Who will be the new Dollarmite?

As part of the Commonwealth Bank’s centenary celebrations we want to find Australia’s best School Banking Saver! As such between 16 April and 30 June 2012, we are running a fun and exciting School Banking competition with the winning child being transformed into their very own Dollarmite character. Being part of the competition is easy. A student simply needs to make a minimum of 5 deposits at school during the competition period and then provide us with their best savings tip, this is to be completed on-line at commbank.com.au/ beadollarmite The winning school/class will receive 25 IPads and a $1500 excursion! For the winning student, as well as being ‘Dollarmized’, they will receive an annual movie pass for their family. There are also 50 runner up prize packs that include iPads, excursions, movie tickets and thousands of Dollarmites consolations prizes for the students.

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A flyer with all competition details will be issued soon.

Primary Sport

HRIS Cross Country

Congratulations to our Primary School runners from Monday’s HRIS Cross Country Championships at Cooranbong. Our school did extremely well with Summer McShane-Cale (10yrs) and Harriette Boursnell (12yrs) placing first in their events and Daniel McLoughlin (8yrs), Bronte Ayres (8yrs) & Bess Chippendale (12yrs) runner-ups in their races. Overall our team ran very well with all their points being combined to give our school 2nd behind Avondale at the end of the day and ahead of Macquarie College in 3rd place. This is a fantastic result against a lot of larger schools in the 16 school strong HRIS competition. No mater where our runners placed they came be proud that they represented the school so well and this level. Thank you all for their efforts in training for the day and running at HRIS.

PSSA Swimming

Congratulations to two of our students who competed in the PSSA Swimming Championships during the holidays. Cooper Woolley came 11th in the state for Butterfly with a time of 33.50 and Ben Yates competed in the 50 backstroke. Ben swam the 2nd fastest time into the finals and went on to win the event with a time of 32.34. Ben will be going on to competed at Nationals on the 28th July. Well done to both our boys for representing our school at such a high level.

Newsletter Items

If you have any sporting news or interesting items that perhaps your child is participating with that you would like added to the newsletter please contact myself at cdavis@ccas.nsw.edu.au or Brenton Luchow at bluchow@ccas.nsw.edu. au.

Tim Cahill Soccer Clinics

The School was visited by the Tim Cahill Clinics on Wednesday. As a promotion to the Tim Cahill Soccer Clinics on the Coast later in the month, the school was offered free clinics for our students. We hope that it was enjoyable for all.

Coles Sports In Schools Equipment

Our Coles Sports in Schools order arrived during the holidays and proceeded to fill up the sports office with the huge amount of equipment that our school had raised last year. We received 116 sports items and kits, and it would take up at least a page of the newsletter if we tried to list them all! Thank you from all

the teachers for your support in the Coles voucher promotions it was definitely worthwhile.

AFL

Our Primary AFL team will compete at the Central Coast Paul Kelly Cup this Wednesday at Hylton Moore Oval. We thank the boys for representing the school and look forward to hearing of their success.

Soccer Trials

Year 5 & 6 Soccer trials will be held this Thursday lunch and 3 & 4 trials on Friday lunch.

School Snowsports Team

If you would like to compete in the NSW Snowsports Championships in the next holidays please contact Mr Davis ASAP for more details or look online at www. interschools.org.au. School entries will be completed in the next few weeks.

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Secondary News

Year 7 Luna Park Excursion

Year 7 Students are looking forward to their Luna Park excursion on Friday, 11 May. We are currently learning about FORCES and how they work and affect us. Hopefully they wont ask to swing on the Hill Hoist too many times in preparation. Can you please make sure that your child knows how, where and by whom they are getting picked up at 4pm when the buses are expected to return to CCAS. Further information is on the school website if you need it. Looking forward to a fun and interesting day. - Mrs Bennetts

Worship Tour 2012

Any students in the choir can you please get your permission slips for tour to Mr Raethel ASAP. Copies of notes can be found on the school website, choir Facebook page or see Mr Raethel.

Music News

At the end of Term 1 2012, we had 6 items audition for the local Youth in Performing Arts (YIPA) event (see info below). All six of the items got accepted to be a part of this years programs. So a huge congratulations to the Stage Band (Cy Donkin, Jackson Burke, Daniel Moses, Josh Bennetts) and also to our solo vocalists; Karina Swan, Annie-Rose Collis, Jacinta Counihan, Ben Woodham, Natalie Hone and Maia Jelevic. Please come along and show your support. For more information on programs and tickets please visit http://www. laycockstreettheatre.com/whats_on.html or see Mr. Raethel.

Youth in Performing Arts Concert Series – May 29 – June 2

The acclaimed season of live variety performances present an ensemble cast of young musicians, singers, dancers and actors showcasing the Central Coast’s own handpicked talent. Witness stars in the making, catch them before they’re famous, and experience the breadth of our region’s dazzling arts and entertainment line-up. This is the very best of the time-honored variety entertainment format, enjoy old favorites, sample new delights and go home with the music in your ears, the beat still thumping in your chest and the knowledge that the Central Coast is home to Australia’s stars of tomorrow.

HSIE Study Tour 2013

We are excited to announce that, thanks to an overwhelming response, the proposed HSIE Trip will most certainly proceed in 2013 and run alongside our French Trip. For those who have registered their expression of interest, we will be holding an information evening on Tuesday, 15th May at 6.30pm in the High School English rooms. This will give us an opportunity to discuss the trip with you and answer any questions you might have. To accommodate for the increased numbers, the trip will now have a larger coach travel component. Unfortunately, this does create some altered timeframes for logistical planning purposes and we would encourage you to seriously consider your interest and be aware we may need to place a ceiling on numbers. We want as many students to have this fantastic opportunity as possible but we will face some limitations. We are looking at ways to work around this and will share more about this at the information evening. As you can appreciate, we need to know as soon as possible who is seriously committed to attending the trip. With this in mind, we will be seeking a first round of confirmations secured by a $400 deposit, just as we do for the French Trip. You will be able to do this in one of


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Credit card

Transfer your French Trip deposit

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We look forward to seeing you there.

Careers News

HSC & Careers Expo

The annual Sydney Morning Herald HSC and Careers Expo is on again at the Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park. It claims to be the biggest education and careers event in NSW and features suppliers of HSC resources, universities, TAFE and other training colleges plus over 110 seminars on HSC subjects, tertiary courses, career, study and gap year advice. It runs on from Thursday 31st May through to Sunday 3rd June… and I’ve got some free tickets! First in, best ticketed – limit of one per person. Visit www.hscandcareers.com.au for more information.

University of Newcastle Summer Schools

Summer may seem like a long way off but applications are now open for the University of Newcastle’s Summer schools. Both the girls’ and the boys’ camps run in early December and are designed to give a taste of University life and learning to those who might not necessarily consider it. This includes students with disabilities, low socio-economic backgrounds, from remote areas and so on. For more information or to download an application form visit www.newcastle.edu.au/aimhigh

After School, What then?

This can be a challenging question for families with students who have developmental disabilities. On the 22nd and 24th May the Family Advocacy group will be running some ‘webinars’ to help you prepare and plan for the future. A webinar is a web based presentation, seminar or workshop that is transmitted over the internet so you can log in and follow along in the comfort of your own home. Topics covered will include: •

achieving a positive future for young people leaving school

the process of transition from school student to adult life

what other young people have achieved with their funding

levels of funding and how it is allocated

the different forms of support arrangements that are available

There is no charge to join the webinar but places are limited and you will need to register by Tuesday 7 May 2012. For more information and to register, call 02 9869 0866 or 1800 620 588 (NSW non metro callers) or email: workshops@family-advocacy. com

Medical Careers Expo

The AMA NSW and NSW Health are sponsoring an expo on Saturday 5th May at Sydney Olympic Park which would be well worth attending for anyone considering a career in medicine. The day will include talks given by a current medical student, junior doctors and senior staff specialists. To register for the event and for the talks during the day please contact Janene Wardrop at events@amansw.com.au or on 02 9439 8822. •

10:00am to 4:00pm with registration from 9:30am

Sydney Showground, Southee Complex, Sydney Olympic Park

Year 12 Ourimbah Campus Visit

Our Year 12 students have been invited to attend the University of Newcastle’s schools visit day at the Central coast campus on Friday 1st June. This event gives students an opportunity to explore their options with Newcastle staff and get a taste of university life. I am considering taking a group to the event, based on student interest. If you or your child would like to know more then please contact me. - Mr Robartson


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was the key to his success. Sachin Thapa was in a class of his own. Even with a blown out shoe Sachin managed to serve aces and out play/run his opponents.

Secondary Sport

Congratulations to all three teams for a fantastic day.

HRIS Junior Tennis

Congratulations

In Term 1, one boy and one girl’s team represented HRIS at the junior tennis competition on 28th February. It was an extremely hot and humid day with the players having to play 14 games each with little to no recovery time.

Congratulations to Jai McNamara (10P) on his selection by the NSW Combined High Schools Sports Association to join the Combined High Schools Water Polo Team. This is the highest sporting honour that a student in NSW can attain.

School Snowsports Team

If you would like to compete in the NSW Snowsports Championships in the next holidays please contact Mr Davis ASAP for more details or look online at www. interschools.org.au. School entries will be completed in the next few weeks.

Central Coast Regional Touch

In Term 1, on Tuesday, 20th march CCAS participated in the Central Coast Regional Touch Football gala day. This competition was the largest and most competitive of any of the 12 regions within NSW. With most of the teams being made up of state representative players. Both teams where highly competitive and represented the school with pride. The intermediate girls consisting of Kirstie Hutton, Hannah Danckert, Lauren Tindale, Alysse Van Buizen, Mercy Agbeze, Brooke Sutton, Suzie Ridley, Darcy Griffin, Jesicca-Ellen Standen, and Sophie Lane all played exceptional throughout the day. The girls played 4 round games in which they won 2 games convincingly. The girls built on their skill throughout the day, they rucked hard in attack letting the ball do the work to score many team based tries. In defence the girls showed strong commitment to make each touch and never giving up on. Congratulations to all girls on a fantastic effort. The intermediate boys were strong contenders having very tightly contested games. These boys only narrowly missed out on making it to the semi finals. The boys consisting of Jai McNamara, Sachin Thapa, Jarred Brown, Alec Anderson, Jordyn Grant, Brady Allison and Branden Ferris all had to put in a huge effort with only one sub on the day. However the middle players Jai, Sachin and Jarred did an exceptional job of setting up and controlled the play, while, Alec and Jordyn back up the boys up to finish the good tackily based tries. Branden and Brady where amongst the play all day and where often vital players in defence.

Our number 1 player, Harrison Zammit although in year 7 and playing much older players was very domineering on the day. His ability to use a wide range of shots meant that his opponents had to be on their best game to beat him. His smooth serving action and controlled ability to dictate play is an admirable quality for such a young player. His doubles partner and number 3 player Christian Gilchrist was equally impressive. Christian’s calm and deceptive ability to make his shots saw him win or challenge for each match. He is to be congratulated on his sportsmanship and well rounded ability. Our number 2 player Brady Allison and number 4 player Branden Ferris paired up to be strong competitors in each match. Both boys had a great day and worked well as a team. Our girl’s team had an enjoyable day. The team consisted of Avalon Gilchrist, Jasmine Forcadilla, Sydney Knight and Sophie Lane. All of the girls played with passion and to the best of their ability. The girls improved their ability to make shots and work together in doubles. They often received comments about their sportsmanship and fun spirit in which they played the game. With most of our team being very young the future for junior tennis looks very promising.

Make Your Mark

Overall this has placed us in a really competitive position when it comes to HRIS touch football later in Term 3. Congratulations to both teams.

HRIS Senior Tennis

In Term 1, the senior HRIS tennis competition occurred on 14th February. CCAS had 3 teams, 2 boys team and a girl team. The CCAS girls team had a very successful day finishing 2nd overall. Our number 1 player Rebecca O’Farrell demonstrated precision and flawless court movement to be unbeatable on the day. For a year 8 student to be playing against senior players is a testament to her exceptional ability. Karina Swan’s smooth and consistent returns was a crucial feature in winning many of her tightly contested games. Gina Keys demonstrate great determination to make the winning shot and was often complimented on her gracious sportsmanship. Hannah Danckert’s natural sporting ability shown thru with each game showing improvement. Her ability to return and challenge each shot often resulted in tied breaker games. Congratulations to all the girls on a placing 2nd at HRIS. The two boys teams were highly competitive on the day a finished 3rd and 12th overall. The team placing 3rd consisted of Max O’Farrell whose outstanding ability was unmatched throughout the day. His serve was the envy of many opponents along with his ability to make pressure winning shots. Max combined in the doubles with Matthew Jackson. Matt’s work rate throughout the day was impressive. He often had to rally his way through games and come from behind to win his matches. Daniel Rodgers and Mitchell Hutton combined to challenge and out play most of their opponents. Both players showed great determination and persistence in games to make winning shots. The other boy’s team had a challenging draw but stepped up to be competitive. Jarred Brown made a good start for the team. Having consistency in his serving and rallying well in his points. Jai McNamara’s freestyle playing spirit saw him win matches purely by out rallying his opponents. Matthew Nicholas was a gentleman of the game. His controlled play and consistency in the back court

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Canteen Menu Winter 2012 DAILY SPECIALS

CAKES

MONDAY – Vegeburger & salad

$4.50

TUESDAY – Haystack

$4.50

Banana Bread - low fat

Vege pattie, lettuce, tomato, carrot, beetroot, sweet chilli, lite sour cream

Choc Chip or Berry Muffins (primary - order only) Small choc chip muffins

Lettuce, cucumber, tomato, carrot, corn chips, bean/pasta sauce, cheese

SNACKS

* Optional - lite sour cream

WEDNESDAY – Potato wedges

$4.50

THURSDAY – Thursday Burgers

$4.50

FRIDAY – Nachos

$4.50

Oven baked * Optional - lite sour cream & chilli or tomato sauce Burger pattie, sauteed onion, cheese, lettuce, BBQ sauce

$3.00 $2.70 $1.70

Fresh Hot Popcorn

$1.80

JJ Crackers (chicken)

$1.20

JJ Noodles - Small (BBQ, chicken) JJ Noodles - Large (BBQ, chicken)

40c 80c

DRINKS

Corn chips, bean/pasta sauce, cheese * Optional - lite sour cream

Juices

HOT FOOD

Fruit Juice 250ml (apple/blackcurrant, apple, orange)

$1.70

Fruit Slushies - Large (assorted flavours)

$3.20

Soup of the day

Soup of the day with cheese knot Garlic focaccia bread Pizza subs

Pesto Pine Nut Pasta Macaroni Cheese

$3.50

$5.00 $1.00 $1.00

$3.50 $3.50

Hot Dog (white roll by order only) Hot Dog & Cheese (white roll by order only)

$3.20 $3.60

Melted Cheese Roll Spring Roll (oven baked) Margherita Pizza Slab

$2.50 $1.00 $3.50

Hash Brown (oven baked)

Pasta Cup (penne, tomato pasta sauce & cheese) Cheese & Vegemite or Chilli scroll Noodle Cups Fried rice

$1.00

$3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.50

SANDWICHES & ROLLS Wholemeal & multigrain over the counter, white - lunch order only Get your sandwich toasted 30c Cheese & salad wrap $4.00 Toasted gourmet foccacia $4.50 (avocado, cheese, capsicum, spinach leaves, pesto, onion) Tasty cheese & avocado sandwich $3.20 Tasty Cheese Egg & lettuce Peanut Butter Cheese & Salad Cheese & Vegemite Cheese & Tomato Egg Vegemite Salad Cheese Knots Wholemeal roll (extra)

$2.20 $3.20 $2.00 $3.60 $2.50 $3.20 $2.70 $2.00 $3.20 $2.00 80c

SALAD & FRUIT Garden Salad (small) Large Salad with egg Large salad with egg & avocado dressing sachet Fruit Cup (seasonal fruit) Fruit Salad

$3.00 $4.50 $5.10 30c $2.50 $3.00

Fruit Juice 350ml (orange, apple) Fruit Slushies - Small (assorted flavours) Macquarie Valley 100% Orange Juice

Milks

$2.70 $2.20 $3.50

Moove - low fat (choc, strawberry, banana)

$1.70

Up & Go Energiser Up & Go - Large (choc) Up & Go (choc, strawberry)

$3.20 $3.20 $2.20

Classic 375ml (choc, straw, vanilla malt) Classic 600ml (choc, straw, vanilla malt)

Milkshakes (caramel, strawberry, chocolate) Must be collected from canteen

$2.70 $3.20

$3.00

Other

Hot chocolate Quench Mineral Water - low sugar

(apple/raspberry, lemon/lime) Focus - Flavoured Water 350ml (raspberry, fruit fix, blackcurrant, lemonade) LOL - Sparkling Fruit Juice 250ml (tropical, raspberry, blackcurrant) Bottled water

$2.00 $2.20 $2.20 $2.20 $2.20

ICE CREAMS Vanilla Cups Choc Billabong

Lemonade/Red Icy Pole TNT’s (frozen ice block) Triple Swirl

$1.00 $1.30

$1.00 $1.00 $1.30

TREAT CORNER All treats portion controlled - 30c limit Fruit Faces Red Liquorice

5c 10c

COLDS & FLUS Two throat lozenges are available and only one pack can be purchased at a time by primary or secondary students Eucalyptus Drops Soothers

60c $2.00

YOGURT Mixed Berries & Vanilla Yogurt - low fat Mixed berries, yoghurt & toasted muesli Frozen Yogurt - low fat (peach/mango, strawberry)

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$2.70 $3.00 $2.20

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