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elcome back to Central Coast Adventist School for 2013. I sincerely trust and pray that the Christmas and New Year holiday season was full of happy family times and fun filled days for you all. I recently listened to a sermon that reflected on time being our most precious commodity. That we often forget that we can decide how we spend it, what we invest our time in and that despite the perceived over scheduling that we experience, we can take hold of the situation and regain some level of control. The scriptures clearly tell us that there is a time for everything and that we can make choices inside that framework. I pray that in 2013 you can find time, make time, discover time, recommit time, reorganize time – all for the benefit of you, your family and for the things that matter; things like family, health, joy, reflection and God.

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- Dean Bennetts

In this issue... • Principal’s Update • Email newsletters • Campus News • Pathfinder News • Library News • Primary News • Sport News • 2013 Canteen Menu

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ach year the school endeavors to hold onto a key thematic concept that gives color, identity and focus to the years planned journey. This theme is hinted at in the preceding year’s Speech Night program; in 2013 that theme is ‘uncharted’. To paraphrase an ancient Chinese proverb; “ the longest journey, the greatest adventures, all start with the first step”.

to be: God’s children. Stepping off the map is hard. Stepping into the unknown is scary. Looking to the horizon, seeking out the uncharted places, requires not just preparation but a sense of trust in what is our foundation; the known.

My message is simple. Central Coast Adventist School knows who it is and where it comes from, AND it still hungers for the adventure. I really enjoy the motor bike adventure videos Central Coast Adventist School still seeks the ‘Long Way Down” and “Long Way Round” unknown, the uncharted. The feedback last year with Ewen McGregor and Charlie Borman. as we started plan for the next five years and I enjoy watching the early episodes of them beyond, from parents, from students, from staff planning the trip and preparing, getting ready and from the School Council is a unanimous for the first step, the first km they put under their and enthusiastic– “What’s next? Where can we wheels. The joy of the adventure, of stepping go? What can we find? Who can we be?” into the unknown, yes a prepared adventure, but A unanimous cry to keep stepping out into the one still full of unknowns and possibilities. uncharted.

For many years now we have reflected upon So start preparing now, start preparing this very building on our history, of following through on moment, by asking yourself – where, in your the hopes, the dreams, the prayers and the vision life, can you find the uncharted? of those who have gone before us. How can I step off the map, beyond the We have reflected upon the fingerprints we comfortable, in 2013? leave behind, we have spoken of the basis for How can I seek out adventures in 2013? our future – we have talked about signatures, Where can my faith experience take me if I signposts, steps and stages. Now, at a time raise my eyes and look further, look deeper, where a large portion of our physical and look harder? structural identity is approaching a level of finality our language can, if we let it, start I believe that God is a God of adventure. That to subtly lead us to a sense of completion or He inhabits the uncharted regions of our life. closure. A time of resting on our laurels and He is waiting out there, calling us to find that stepping back from the adventure. there is more to this life, that there is more to us I don’t believe this is what we are called to do. I believe with absolute certainty that we are being called to pursue our shared adventure today, just as much as we were in 1969, 1999 and 2009. We are being challenged to keep our ‘adventure feet’ on.

than we even realize. He came to earth as a baby so we may have life and have it to the full, not partially, not just a little bit, but to the full – life to the max! In His word, in His spirit, in the lives of those around us that know Him, this is where the preparation for the adventure starts.

In the Old Testament we read of the Israelites, recently freed from slavery entering the In 2013, lets step out into uncharted territory. wilderness, rejoicing, excited and certain. Lets step off the map, lets take the adventure to Certain that in the unknown, in a place and new regions, new places, new possibilities. space they had never seen, was a future, a Lets honor our past, lets gain confidence from God led future, awaiting them. Now we know our present, but lets all embrace the uncharted. their journey became a more convoluted and extended adventure than they imagined, but this adventure led them to find who they were made


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ongratulations to our graduates of 2012. We are very proud of their commitment to the journey, of finishing what they started and for using this experience as a launch pad for the next step – their own personal ‘uncharted’ experience. Once again the school has been able to support students in their academic pursuits. For 13 years straight graduates of Central Coast Adventist School have achieved scores well above 90 in the ATAR (university entrance ranks). However we again acknowledge that this is not always everyone’s goal and in fact they have been pursuing other outcomes from their senior studies and we celebrate their achievement of the goals set. Highlights that can be shared include: • HSC Music results were exceptional.

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e welcome to the school in 2013 the following new staff members: • Mrs. Julie Rogers – Year 4 (Mrs. Gorry’s Maternity Leave) • Mr. James Crabtree – Year 5 • Mr. Nick Cashin - Kindy • Mrs. Vladka Henley – HSIE including Year 11 and 12 Modern History • Mr. Nathan Luchow – Mathematics • Mr. Shane McElevey - Science Staff Role Changes: • Mrs. Rebecca Stratford moves from Acting Head of Primary to Head of Primary with Ms. Bentley not returning to the school. • Mrs. Ula Paton moves from Head of Science to Director of Studies (Secondary) • Mrs. Tracey Bennetts takes on the role of Head of Science • Mrs. Terese Melville moves from Uniform Shop to Finance Department during Term 1.

Principal’s Update

Enrolment Congratulations to the students and to Mr Raethel, on their achievement. • Band 6 (highest achievement band possible) results were achieved in Biology, General Mathematics, , Studies of Religion (1 unit), Studies of Religion (2 unit) and Visual Arts. • A number of other courses achieved a very high proportion of results in Bands 4, 5 and 6 including Textiles and Design (in our first year of offering this course), Ancient History, Community and Family Studies and Legal Studies. We congratulate staff, students and parents alike as senior school success reflects clearly upon this three way partnership. We wish the class of 2012 every success in their future steps into the ‘uncharted’.

Basketball Championships Congratulations to all involved in our 6th appearance at the National Schools Basketball Championships. This time the competition was held in Melbourne, Victoria at the end of 2012.

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hat a great start to the year in regards to the Kiss and Drop with so many of you using the Buritz parking area. We have seen a noticeable improvement in flow rates and congestion. It makes a huge difference to traffic flow when we use the off site parking area.

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hank you to so many of you who visited, supported or donated toward this program. It is a truly wonderful way to finish the school year in such a celebration of faith and family. Please note it in your diaries for this year and if you have never been involved, well, perhaps this is the year to dress up, have fun and celebrate a truly remarkable Christmas.

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013 sees us nearly 25 students up on our enrolment from 2012. We wish those that moved onto other schools all the best as they continue their education elsewhere. We also warmly welcome the new families and students into the Central Coast Adventist School family. I sincerely pray that whilst the first few weeks will be a little daunting, that within no time at all you will start to feel at home. 2013 sees our largest ever Year 11 class. We welcome the new students and the Year 10 class of 2012 as they start their senior journey. It is exciting to see that our efforts over many years to further enhance and broaden our subject choices in senior school is starting to meet the needs of our students. The ability to complete multiple extension subjects, the inclusion of new subjects such as Marine Studies, Digital Photography and Video Editing as well as Sport, Recreation and Leisure along with our broad range of more traditional subjects is a strong position to be in.

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ur annual First Sabbath program will be held in the school hall on Saturday, 9 February at 11:15am. This is time where we commit the year ahead to God, where we celebrate and dedicate ourselves to the service of this school. A BYO picnic lunch will follow. All are welcome and invited to this wonderful day.


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013 sees the school applying as lead school, in a three way consortium with Green Point Christian College and St. Phillips College Gosford for Federal government funding that relates to the provision of trade courses for senior students.

The government have so far conducted 4 rounds of applications over the past years and this round 5 sees us joining the queue. It is quite possible, that if successful we may receive up to 1.5 million dollars to deliver trade training here in our school. With three schools in the consortium there is the opportunity for our students to all share in at least 6 trade courses. A bus system would move students between the schools on a Tuesday afternoon to facilitate this.

2013-2017 SMP IV

We are currently investigating the provision of Motor Mechanic and Motor Electrical courses here on our site. This is based on the need to offer courses not already over offered in the locality, and these course fit that criteria as well as adding a significant broadening of our senior program. The facility would be located as an addition to the current sport center complex so as to allow access from Karalta Lane directly into the facility for vehicles. If the application is successful, construction may commence as early as 2014 with the first intake of students by 2015. Stay tuned for more details.

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We invite you to join us in celebrating the commencement of the 2012 school year.

Saturday, 9 February 11:15am in the School Hall This is a great opportunity for all students, parents, staff and local community. Please bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the school grounds.

At the end of Term 1, 2013 the Board of Studies of New South Wales, along with Adventist Schools Australia, will conduct their 5 year review of the school. Following this and based on their recommendations, our SMP 4 will be completed and ready for implementation Term 2, 2013 to 2017.

Teenagers, Alcohol & Drugs

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First Sabbath Celebration

SMP 4 has been drafted and crafted over the closing months of 2012 following on from the survey data and feedback provided through the review phase of 2012.

 

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aul Dillon, national commentator and advocate for Alcohol and Substance education for students, will speak to our Year 10, 11 and 12 groups. Alcohol and teen drinking is a real problem in all schools to varying degrees - including ours. The Central Coast is known as a teen drinking hot spot.

Newsletter Changes

From Term 2 onwards the printed version of the newsletter will no longer be sent home with students.

With the printed version no longer available, you will be able access the newsletter in the following ways: • • • • • •

Email CCAS Mobile App School website CCAS Facebook Twitter a limited number of printed copies available for pick up from any of the school offices

More information about these changes will be published in the coming weeks.

Principal’s Update


Canteen Online

A reminder to update your Munch Monitor account to reflect the new roll class that your children are in this year.

Kiss ‘n’ Drop

Library Corner

Welcome back to school!

Library Book Club - Premier’s Reading Challenge (PRC) ONLINE LOGON IS NOT AVAILABLE UNTIL MARCH

Parents with students in high school are reminded not to arrive before 3:05pm as students will not be there before then. Up until this time the Kiss ‘n’ Drop zone is very busy with primary school traffic.

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Campus News

Pathfinder News

https://products.schools.nsw.edu.au/prc/home.html Registration forms are available from the library from next week. If your child has participated in previous years please let us know that they are participating again this year. The same username and passwords are used as in previous years. This year our “Book Club” involves completing the PRC and then once this has been completed we will set new challenges with more prizes and competitions. PRC Hints and Tips:

Another exciting year of Pathfindering awaits us and we look forward to catching up with you all again this year. If you are 10 to 15 years of age and in Years 5 to 10 this year, would like to experience fun and adventure in the great outdoors why not come join us. You can broaden your horizons with activities such as camping, canoeing, hiking, abseiling, canyoning and caving while having fun and building friendships. Our first official Pathfinder event for this year will be our Information / Club Night this coming Saturday night, 9 February commencing at 6.00pm in the CCAS hall. The night will commence at 6.00pm with preliminaries including an over view of the year and worship taken by Dean Bennetts. This will be then be followed by individual Unit time. Please note: Registration forms and fees will be collected from 8.00pm on this night. For returning members, information has been emailed by your Unit Leaders so we encourage you to preregister before the 9th February via the Pathfinder box in the school office. Alternatively, all Registration information including our CCPC Information Manual and 2013 Calendar are available online via our web page on the CCAS school website (under School Life) or alternatively via http://www.ccas.nsw.edu.au/SchoolLife/ pathfinders.html

Set a challenge with your classmates/brother or sister/ Mum and Dad!

Each time you read a PRC book enter it online straight away OR write down the details in your school diary or homework book.

Borrow and read 2 books each week and you will complete the PRC in 15 weeks for the K-2 challenge or 10 weeks for the 3-4, 5-6 challenges.

If books are on the list and are read to you in class or as a family, you are able to add them.

Scholastic Book Club

The first Scholastic Book Club brochures have been distributed to all the primary classrooms. Please have orders and payment back to the library by Wednesday, 20 February.

High School Textbooks

IMPORTANT TEXTBOOK INFORMATION FOR PARENTS All high school students receive a letter with their textbook packs outlining what is required to care for their textbooks responsibly. •

Textbooks are checked out to individual students with their names written into each text

Students ARE RESPONSIBLE for ensuring they have been assigned the correct textbooks by:

Fees for 2013 : $100.00 -- Registration fee // $30.00 -- Club Polo shirt // $50.00 -- Refundable Dress Uniform bond (New members only) In the meantime if you would like further information please contact Leanne West, Club Secretary on 0411 061731 or via email on centralcoastpathfinders@gmail.com Information / Club Night (6-9pm)

22-24 February Family Camp – Friends, Explorers & Voyagers

Unit Camps – Companion, Rangers & Guides

Checking their name is written in the book

Texts should not be lent to other students

Ensure texts are kept in good condition

Texts are locked in student lockers when not in use.

Students are reminded that if any problems occur with their texts ie. Damage, misplaced, torn pages etc. they should report this to us immediately.

Outstanding texts that are not returned at the end of the year or that have been damaged will be invoiced to you including a non-refundable processing charge.

Dates to Remember 9 February

Textbooks are expensive so please consider the privilege and service provided to your children and encourage them to look after the textbooks to avoid repair and/or replacement charges.


by Michael Grose - No. 1 parenting educator

Help kids face their fears Navigating fear is part of growing up. It’s important to remember that fear decreases (and sometimes disappears) with positive experiences. Fears need to be faced It’s important to remember that fear decreases (and sometimes disappears) with positive experiences. Walk past a scary dog without being bitten often enough and you’ll learn that it’s not so scary after all! Give enough talks at school and kids will wonder what all the fuss was about. Scaffolding is one way to help kids beat their fears. That is, if they are fearful of going into a new situation on their own, go with them for a short time, then find an excuse to leave once they have settled. Alternatively, leave them to spend just a short time in an unknown situation at first. Increase the time as kids get used to the situation. Scaffolding beats avoidance and helps overcome fear.

All kids experience fear at some stage. Many fears are normal and developmental, such as fear of separation, fear of the dark and fear of new situations. Other fears – such as fear of the dentist, fear of new social situations and fear of dogs – are more individual. They are often learned, or occur due to a bad experience. Author Gisela Preuschoff, in her book Raising Girls, describes a recent longitudinal study that showed how girls are more fearful than boys. The physical signs of fear, including increased heart rate and enlarged pupils, are greater in girls than boys. As androgens (male hormones) have a calming effect, boys show less fear. Jerome Kagan, Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, believes that excessive fear in girls is related to overprotective but well-intentioned caring they receive from parents and carers. It’s been noted that many parents allow boys to take more physical risks than girls, and have different views of danger for each gender. Fear is okay Navigating fear is part of growing up. Fear plays an important role. It makes us cautious and causes us to prepare for a new or risky situation. The preparation may be physical (“I’ll walk on the other side of the street to avoid that mean dog.”) or psychological (“I’ll be brave when I visit the dentist!”) Sometimes normal, healthy fears are confused with anxiety. Fear is unhealthy if it overwhelms kids, dominating their thinking and behaviour, or if it paralyses and prevents them from participating in everyday life. Fear is normal if it makes them wary but is not overwhelming.

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Validate your child’s fears but let them know you have faith that they will be able to face them. Point out that they have conquered fear before – when they rode a bike for the first time, gave a talk, slept on their own with the light off for the first time – and they can do so again.

Other ways to help kids be brave and reduce their fears: 1. Increase their physical skills. Increased physical confidence comes when children explore and learn to control their bodies. Gymnastics and martial arts are two activities that give boys and girls greater physical confidence. 2. Teach them how... Parents protect kids best by teaching them how navigate new situations rather than by preventing participation. Teach kids how to hold a knife, how to walk home from the park safely on their own, and how to climb a tree and get down again. 3. Teach kids simple relaxation techniques. Babies learn to self-soothe by sucking their fingers. Older children use other relaxation methods ranging from deep breathing, singing and self-distraction by, say, reading a book or listening to a story. 4. Show confidence and hope. Kids often take their cues from their parents, so if you want your child to be brave then you need to be brave too. I’m not suggesting you be dismissive of real fears, but your confidence and reassurance can really help when kids have to face their fears.

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All-Star Book Fair

Book Fair is coming… Score with books… Every reader is a star!

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Watch this space in the coming weeks!

Primary News

Term 1 Dates

February 11-13 Year 5 Camp 14 Swimming Carnival 15 Yr 4 Excursion 25-27 Yr 6 Leaders Camp 28 HRIS Swimming March 1 HRIS Swimming CIS Basketball 5-6 Pre-Kindy Vision Screening 6 World of Maths Day 8 Bread and Jam 14 HRIS Football trials 15 Yr 4 Excursion 15-21 Book Fair 18-22 WOSE Yrs 5-8 25 Cross Country Carnival 29-31 Easter Long Weekend April 1 Easter Long Weekend 3 Yr 4, 5 & 6 Cybersafety Presentation 4 School Photos 6 Yr 6 Excursion 8 CIS Boys Football 8-12 WOSE Yrs K-4 12 Last day of term – Mufti 30 School resumes Term 2

Primary Choir

Primary Choir is starting next Friday, 15 February at 7:55am. Students auditioned today and will be receiving a note to take home with all the details, by the end of the week.

K - 4 Chapel Band Auditions

Bring along your choice of song to play or sing on Friday, 8 February in the junior music rooms. Applications are open to all students from grade 2 – 6. If you can play piano, guitar, bass, drums, or even an orchestral instrument, sign up on the sheet outside Mrs Donnelly’s room. If you can sing confidently and are willing learn, sign up on the sheet outside Mrs Donnelly’s room today!

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The LRC support your study needs and require your assistance to ensure textbooks remain in good condition for future students. Thank you for helping us to achieve this goal.

Primary Sport

Primary Swimming Carnival

The start of another year brings us to our Swimming Carnival which is on Thursday, 14 February (next week) at Woy Woy from 9am–2pm. Buses will be departing CCAS at 8:25am so please be early to school that day or see the Sports Department if this time poses a problem. Our first event is the 200m IM which will be started at 8:30am – before the buses arrive, so students will need to make arrangements to be dropped at the PLC early. Any students who would like to be on the team to help out with running the carnival please contact: cdavis@ccas.nsw.edu. au or register with the Sports Teachers on the morning of the Swimming Carnival, we would love your assistance!

HRIS Basketball Trials

We wish the students travelling to Maitland on Monday the best of luck as they trial for an opportunity to go to the CIS selections.

After School Activities Yr 3-6

We had a fantastic response to our After School Sports Program. The majority of students were able to receive at least their 1st or 2nd choices with some able to do two activities. These begin next week, with standup paddle boarding on Wednesday and Oztag and Tennis on Thursday. A note with more details will be coming home this week

HRIS Representative Sport Policy

At the 2012 HRIS AGM, there was a good deal of discussion on the attendance of students at trials and representing HRIS in team sports after their selection. Two new policies were made regarding this matter, so please be aware of them. •

Policy 1: Students attending HRIS Trials - If a student fails to attend a HRIS trial, after being nominated by their school, the trial convenor will send a list of names back to the school and the matter will be dealt with at a school level (this may include banning attendance at future HRIS trials for a specified time period).

Policy 2: Students selected for a HRIS Team - Any student selected in a HRIS team sport that fails to withdraw within 2 full school days following their selection, barring exceptional circumstances, will not be selected in any HRIS team up until the same trial the following year. (This policy will be clearly stated at HRIS team trials and on the paperwork given to selected students).

Year 1 Gymnastics Permission Forms

Please return the permission slip for Year 1 gymnastics to Mr Kosmeier ASAP.

CCAS Basketball Year 6

Our high school basketball training is ready to kick off again for 2013 and we are excited again to invite any year 6 student who wishes to attend. This gives primary students access to great training as well as developing our future players. Girls practice will start next week and be on each Wednesday from 3 – 4:30pm and we encourage all girls whatever their skill level


to come along. The boys will begin this Thursday with year 6 players joining Under 16’s from 3 – 4:15pm.

20 Mar: Soccer – Open Boys & Girls

Parent Fitness Classes

15 Mar: All School’s Hockey U16’s Boys

On Mondays and Wednesdays from 8-8:50am, we are proud to be offering to parents the opportunity to participate in fitness classes, in the new fitness studio on the bottom floor of our Sports Centre. The classes will be run in conjunction with “Fired Up Fitness” at a cost of $10 per session. If you are interested, please contact kylie@firedupfitness.com.au or ben@ firedupfitness.com.au as places are limited.

8 Apr: Rugby Union – Open & U16 Boys

HRIS Representative Sport Policy

At the 2012 HRIS AGM, there was a good deal of discussion on the attendance of students at trials and representing HRIS in team sports after their selection. Two new policies were made regarding this matter, so please be aware of them. •

Policy 1: Students attending HRIS Trials - If a student fails to attend a HRIS trial, after being nominated by their school, the trial convenor will send a list of names back to the school and the matter will be dealt with at a school level (this may include banning attendance at future HRIS trials for a specified time period).

Policy 2: Students selected for a HRIS Team - Any student selected in a HRIS team sport that fails to withdraw within 2 full school days following their selection, barring exceptional circumstances, will not be selected in any HRIS team up until the same trial the following year. (This policy will be clearly stated at HRIS team trials and on the paperwork given to selected students).

NSW Athletics Country Championships

Over the Australia Day weekend three students from CCAS competed in the NSW Athletics Country Championships at Glendale (Newcastle). Callum Sutton came 2nd in the Mens 12 years discus. This the third year in a row that Callum has got the silver medal in the discus. Oliver Chippendale received a silver in the 11years 800m and 1500m. He was also 4th in the 15 years 1500m walk. Sybella McKay came 3rd in the Womens under 16 years 3 kilometre walk. Bess Chippendale came 1st in three events being the Womens 13 years 400 metres, 800 metres and 1500 metres. Bess’ results gave her a Country Championship record and 2 qualifying times for Nationals.

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Well done Bess, Sybella, Callum and Oliver!

Secondary Sport

Secondary Swimming Carnival

Well, the start of another year brings us to our Swimming Carnival which is on Wednesday, 13 February (next week) at Mingara from 9am – 2pm. Buses will be departing CCAS at 8:25am so please be early to school that day or see the Sports Department if this time poses a problem. Our first event is the 200m IM which will be started at 8:30am – before the buses arrive. Students will need to make arrangements to be dropped at Mingara early. Any students who would like to be on the team to help out with running the carnival please contact: cdavis@ccas.nsw.edu.au or register with the Sports Teachers on the morning of the Swimming Carnival, we would love your assistance!

Representative Sports Trials

Students who are interested in the representative sports pathways through HRIS, AICES & NSW CIS for the following sports, MUST collect a nomination form from Miss Page ASAP as NO LATE nominations will be accepted. Forms MUST be submitted to Miss Page before the following dates 18 Feb: Basketball – Open Boys, Open & U16 Girls 19 Feb: Hockey – Open Boys, Open & U16 Girls 20 Feb: Netball – Open & U15 Girls 12 Mar: Touch – Open Boys & Girls, U16 Boys & Girls

Sport Permission Forms

Please return the permission slip (all students received this form in Week 1) to the Sports Office ASAP as all year levels will begin off-campus sport in Week 2. If you require another form then please download one from the CCAS website or phone app. Students who fail to return these notes will be remaining oncampus to work, while their class goes to sport.

HRIS Open Tennis Gala

12th Feb – Students make sure you have collected and returned your permission slip to the Sports Office by Friday, 8 February to ensure you are included in this event.

CCAS Basketball

Our basketball training is ready to kick off again for 2013 and we are excited for another huge year. Girls practice will start next week and be on each Wednesday from 3 – 4:30pm and we encourage all girls whatever their skill level to come along. The boys will begin this Thursday with Under 16’s from 3 – 4:15pm, followed by Over 16’s at 4:15 - 5:30pm.

Parent Fitness Classes

On Mondays and Wednesdays from 8-8:50am, we are proud to be offering to parents the opportunity to participate in fitness classes, in the new fitness studio on the bottom floor of our Sports Centre. The classes will be run in conjunction with “Fired Up Fitness” at a cost of $10 per session. If you are interested, please contact kylie@firedupfitness.com.au or ben@ firedupfitness.com.au as places are limited.

All Schools Triathlon

Students interested in competing in this event (the only event in the school pathway for triathlon) must register their interest to Miss Page by 3pm on Monday, 11 February. No late nominations will be accepted.


Central Coast Adventist School

Canteen Menu Summer 2013

DAILY SPECIALS

CAKES

MONDAY – Vegeburger & salad

$4.50

TUESDAY – Haystack

$4.50

Vege pattie, lettuce, tomato, carrot, beetroot, sweet chilli, lite sour cream Lettuce, cucumber, tomato, carrot, corn chips, bean/pasta sauce, cheese * 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

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

HOT FOOD Garlic focaccia bread Pizza subs

$1.20 $1.20

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

$3.20 $3.60

Pesto Pine Nut Pasta Macaroni Cheese

Hash Brown (oven baked) Melted Cheese Roll

Spring Roll (oven baked) Margherita Pizza Slab Pasta Cup (penne, tomato pasta sauce & cheese) Cheese & Vegemite or Chilli scroll Noodle Cups Fried rice

$3.50 $3.50

$1.00 $2.50

$1.00 $3.50 $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 Tasty cheese & avocado sandwich $3.20 Tasty Cheese $2.20 Egg & lettuce $3.20 Curried Egg & lettuce $3.40 Peanut Butter $2.00 Cheese & Salad $3.60 Cheese & Vegemite $2.50 Cheese & Tomato Egg Vegemite Salad Cheese Knots

Wholemeal roll (extra)

$3.20 $2.70 $2.00

$3.20 $2.20

80c

SALAD & FRUIT Garden Salad (small) Large Salad with egg

$3.00 $4.50

Fruit Cup (seasonal fruit) Fruit Salad

$2.70 $3.20

Large salad with egg & avocado dressing sachet

$5.10 30c

Banana Bread - low fat Choc Chip or Berry Muffins (primary - order only)

$3.20 $2.80

Small choc chip muffins

$1.80

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

50c $1.00

JJ Crackers (chicken) Lightly salted popcorn

$1.20 $1.80

DRINKS Juices

Berri Juice 250ml (apple/blackcurrant, apple, orange) Macquarie Valley 100% Juice 375ml

$1.80 $2.80

(orange, apple, passionfruit) Fruit Slushies - Small (assorted flavours)

$2.00

Fruit Slushies - Large (assorted flavours) Icy Cups (orange, apple, blackcurrant)

$3.00 $1.00

Macquarie Valley 100% Orange Juice

$3.50

Milks

Moove - low fat (choc, strawberry, banana) Classic 375ml (choc, straw, vanilla malt)

$1.80 $3.00

Classic 600ml (choc, straw, vanilla malt) Up & Go Energiser Up & Go - Large (choc) Up & Go (choc, strawberry) Milkshakes (caramel, strawberry, chocolate) Milkshakes must be collected from canteen

$3.50 $3.50 $3.00 $2.00 $3.50

Other

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

$2.40 $2.40 $2.40 $2.20

ICE CREAMS Vanilla Cups Choc Billabong

$1.00 $1.30

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

$1.00 $1.00 $1.30

TREAT CORNER All treats portion controlled - 50c limit Fruit Faces

5c

Red Liquorice

15c

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

70c $2.20

YOGURT Mixed Berries & Vanilla Yogurt - low fat

$3.00

Passionfruit, yoghurt & toasted muesli

$3.50

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

Central Coast Adventist School

$3.20 $2.20 $3.50 Last updated on 14/1/2013


7 February 2013