This week we took possession of the shade structure, which is a wonderful addition to the facilities at Mother Teresa School. On Wednesday at assembly, I spoke to all students regarding the new pick up arrangements as outlined in last week’s newsletter. The new arrangement will commence this coming Monday.
This week saw a substantial number of boys from Years 3 to 6, participate in the Sullivan Shield Rugby League Competition. From all feedback that I have received, it was an enjoyable day with all students displaying great sportsmanship.
We also had several representatives compete in the ACT Cross Country Championships with some outstanding results.
A full report on both these events will be in next week’s newsletter when Mr Roweth returns from illness. If parents have any photos of these events we would love you to send us a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Ellie Anelzark who was the winner of last week’s prize. This week’s problem is below and is for our younger students but all can answer it.
Elephants that live in Sumatra, Indonesia, are smaller than African elephants. Sumatran elephants also differ from African elephants because only the males have tusks. If you saw some elephants and you counted 10 tusks, how many male elephants did you see? How many if you saw 18 tusks?