Community Re-post: A Day @ The Maze for Zoe

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School holiday fun!!! Bring the kids for a fun day out @barrabool_maze_estate on Thursday 11th of April from 10am-4pm. We are so absolutely thrilled that they are going to be donating maze entry proceeds to our @zoesfight foundation to help fight for an end to this incideous disease known as brain cancer that is taking to many children including our own princess Zoe. We all miss so so much Zo Zo. I know Zoe would love this place... so we hope you can come and share this special day with us for a fun day at this awesome maze & some easter fun.
#barraboolmaze#fundraiser#paediatricbraincancer#easterholidays#zoesfight#geelong

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Rubbish-Free Friday

Our Junior School Council have begun their first campaign / project: Make Moriac Sustainable Again!

Last week they carried out an audit by collecting all the rubbish from student Lunch Boxes throughout the school.

Apologies for the late notice, but tomorrow, they are proposing a RUBBISH-FREE LUNCH BOX DAY.

Please see the advertisement below from the Junior School Council. They will collect tomorrow’s rubbish and compare it to their ‘normal day’ audit, and also use to implement future strategies to make Moriac Super sustainable.

 

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SSA Cross Country

Today students in MLC and SLC participated in our annual SSA Cross Country event at Eastern Gardens.

As always, our students led the way by being exceptionally well-behaved, supportive and hard working. You continue to be fantastic role models!

A big shout out to all of our students for ‘having a go’, but also big big shout out to some of our star runners who finished top 3 in their age groups, including; Sam, Indi, Keely and Ella.

We are so proud of your achievements today.  We also had a number of other students placing top 10, with some also recording Division qualifying times, with more information to follow regarding that.

 

We didn’t anticipate the affect Bellbrae not being there this year would have on the schedule.  Some of the earlier events went ahead of schedule timing, however by the 11 year olds we were able to catch up on time. 

 

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