Our P&C is very involved in many events in our school including:
From left 2018 Parent's and Citizen's Association:
Rhonda Razzak - Treasurer
Hanan Dayekh - Vice President
Lina Awad - President
Nancy Failagi Papalii Talanai - Secretary
Parents and citizens (P & C)
Easter Raffle - We give the K-2 eggs to go in their baskets they make for the parade. We raffle off three baskets out on the day Large Medium and small
Mother's Day Stall - We buy gifts for the kids to purchase and if we have something to raffle off we do so also. this year there is a 9 Piece Tupperware Modular set to be raffled off along side the stall. This stall is over two days so no one misses out.
Father's Day Stall - We buy gifts for the kids to purchase also. This stall is over two days so no one misses out.
International Day - P&C Hold an event on the day previously we have had 9D Cinema Side show games and this year we have not yet thought of what we want to do. We will be doing something.
P&C will be implementing Meet and Greet catch ups after our meeting throughout the year over tea and coffee and light snacks in the HUB. This will enable parents to come to a carefree space to chat about concerns or to just relax.\
Our P&C Meeting are held every third Wednesday of the month and all are welcome to attend.
Local Activities for kids to attend:
Mel's Taekwondo UTF - Tuesday 5-6.30pm at Banksia Road Public School - 0405 153 413
Greenacre Tigers Football - Tuesday and Thursday training from 5-6pm for under 5's and 6-7pm for under 8's. Training is at Roberts Park Greenacre. Game is on Saturday (Varies to different venues) Khalil Koudyder 0401 552 247
Australian Academy of Gymnastics - 1 Knox Street Belmore 2192 (02) 97592017
Punchbowl United FC Soccer boys and girls 0452 264 267
PCYC Bankstown Varied Sports taking place - 55 Meredith Street Bankstown 2200 (02) 9796-1287
BrotherHood Boxn Club - 344a Waterloo Road Greenacre 2190 - Mo Alyatim for both adults and kids - 0487 110 011
Giving Back Australia - Helping those families who are struggling to meet day to day living requirements basic needs for survival including food. They are helping the community based on individual circumstances and are all given a means test prior to approval Director Shuv Homsi (02) 8764 6550 www.givingbackaustralia.org.au
At Greenacre Public School, we acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Dharug People. We pay our respects to all elders for passing on their knowledge and culture of this land and thank them for allowing us to walk upon it. We also extend our respect to any other Aboriginal Peoples who are present here today.
Through deeds not words, we shall respect and look after this land on which we live and learn.
This land always was and always will be Aboriginal Land.
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