A wonderful well done to all those who travelled to school over the last two weeks by bike, scooter or under the power of their own two feet. Students not only embraced the National Bike2School Day but have continued to travel under their own steam. A special thanks to Jean for joining with students to creatively decorate the bike racks and to the students themselves for the hours of work throughout their lunchtimes. Our bike space is certainly shaping into a wonderful reminder about the fun that can be generated by a healthy lifestyle.
This week our bikes will be moving to the new bike rack area. There will be some shuffling of spaces over the coming weeks as we find storage for the bits and pieces currently located in the 'old building' that we hope will soon be demolished. Here's the plan ... the bikes will move to the bike racks, the students' sport equipment to the old bike shed, the workshop to the old students' sports area, the bins to the old workshop! Now draw a breath! Sounds something akin to the song 'There was an old lady!'
We are eager to ensure that when word comes to demolish the building we can have it removed as soon as possible. Your help at the 'Lend a Hand' evening on Friday afternoon on 28th November will be greatly appreciated. It will help with getting ready for the Election Day Sale as well as moving of bits and pieces around the school. Please let us know if you can make it!
Another lushous crop of herbs and leaf leaves were harvest be students this afternoon. Our sustainability group is becoming financially sustainable as they use the money they have raised to further support their actions at Rosanna.
A special thanks to them all for their actions that have left us all healthier!
Many have had their curiosity stirred with the new bike racks that have been installed. They are the latest in bike storage that allow even more eager cyclists to ride to school. It is great to see students start to leave their bikes leaned against the racks. Students are encouraged to lock their bikes.
Thanks Glenys and Anita as well as Owen for their help in installing the racks. We're all looking forward to seeing even more students in their bikes.
A pop up Market Garden Shop welcomed parents as they arrived at school at the end of last week. The Sustainability group had harvested the initial crop of herbs, lettuces and produce from the community garden. It was a great way to share around not only some tasty treats but also to raise money to reinvest in our veggie patches.
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