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1 NEWSLETTER: ISSUE # 3 13 March 2015 From The Principal Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift, which is why they call it the present! Dear Parents and Guardians, Eleanor Roosevelt (Former First Lady of the United States) We have reached the end of week 7 on the school calendar and this month we are looking forward to celebrating one of the most important days in the Greek Orthodox calendar; that is, the 25 th of March, a day of deep historical and religious meaning as we celebrate the Greek Independence Day and the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary. We will be keeping you informed of planned activities and events taking place in the following weeks. Students in years 3 to 8 recently participated in the school s camp at Marysville and returned to their classes full of joy and energy, having acquired valuable and necessary life skills through the intensive activities program offered at the camp. I believe many would agree that school camp is a great opportunity for children to learn to appreciate the basics, develop useful life skills and work in teams building confidence and trust in themselves and others. Today I would like to refer to an old adage that practice makes perfect. In other words, the more you practice, the more you learn and the knowledge you get stays in your mind forever. For the year 11 and 12 VCE students I want to say to them that these are the two most important years of your life so far, you have to plan strategically how to spend your time and produce the best opportunities to achieve the results that will positively influence your future career path. I anticipate that the following few tips will help get you on your way to success: - During your practice, make sure that you create conditions that simulate the exams conditions (e.g. quiet environment) - Use exams time limits effectively (are you getting through all questions or spending too much time on questions that don t carry many marks?) - Manage your time and focus your attention to ensure questions have been answered correctly and thoroughly - Practise answering questions that you know are likely to appear in your exams Your VCE teachers will help you in these demanding tasks. They will set up trial exams situations in order to practise and learn how to gain maximum marks, like in real exams. Finally, as a result of last weekend s break-in incident at the school, the Administration team has decided to review the Fees Payment policy. Parents will be updated with the changes that will follow soon. With warmest wishes and God s blessing Dr Harry Ladopoulos Principal Important Dates 2015 March Week 8 Monday 16 Parent Teacher Conversations F-12, pm Wednesday 18 Lion King Excursion F-6, 11am-4.30pm Friday 20 Athletics;; Day - has been POSTPONED Sunday 22 Protaprilia Rescheduled to Sunday 5 April Student School Officials and Representatives, St Andrew s Church, Forest Hill Week 9 Tuesday 24 Greek Independence Day Assembly, 8.45am Immunisations Years 7 & 10, 11.30am Wednesday 25 Greek National Independence Day Liturgy Thursday 26 Casual Day F-12, Gold Coin Donation 1

2 Senior College News Open Days Friday 13 March, am Tuesday 17 March, am Tuesday 31 March, am Sunday 15 March 11.00am 6.00pm Postponed Athletics Day Friday 20 March - Athletics Day has been postponed till further notice Sunday 29 March at 11am Compulsory Attendance for all students, Years All students must be in full school uniform including blazer. VCE Our VCE students are working diligently and are making steady progress. We will publish a series of lectures designed to support them with their studies in dealing with the pressures of VCE. How to Study Studying before exams is the best way to be prepared. You can make it easier by preparing a dedicated study area, breaking the work into manageable steps, revising what you've already studied, and managing expectations and pressure. Break it down You look at the amount of information you have to learn for a course or exam, and it feels like a huge, unmanageable task. So, break it down. Make a list of small, achievable study steps maybe summarising a category or chapter and tick each one off as you do it. Then, make a list that builds on that you'll get further, more quickly, than you thought was possible. Make a space Decide on an area to study in (even just a corner of your room), and don't do anything else there. This will make it easier to avoid procrastinating. Make it a clean, well-lit, comfortable space so you're not constantly getting up and walking away. Take breaks Don't force yourself to push on through when you're tired. You can only absorb so much in one sitting. Try to take at least a ten minute break for every hour of study you do. Also, don't sacrifice sleep to study you need to get good sleep to be on top of your game. Revise Instead of just working your way from one end of the textbook to the other, take time to go over what you've already looked at. This will help it sink in and become more accessible in your memory. Go over last week's formulas, charts, essays or chapters while you're pushing on with this week's. Take the pressure off Working up to exams can be (and probably is) pretty stressful. If pressure is motivating you, and isn't a problem, great! If it is getting to you, you can relieve it by: talking to someone outside the situation getting some time away from study revising your expectations talking to people who you feel are putting extra pressure on you 2

3 Good Habits: Punctuality It is important that all students are punctual to school and classes. Morning assembly starts at 8.30am and students need to be punctual for these assemblies. All students should arrive at the College by at least 8.20am. As we all recognise, lateness to school or class without a very good reason is disruptive of everyone else in the school who are trying to work and study. Arriving to school on time emphasises the importance of being reliable. Please support us in instilling good habits in our students. Students are expected to arrive at school by 8.20am. Assembly starts at 8.30am. Late comers must report to reception with their diaries and sign in. Students arriving early to school set the tone for the school day. Students arriving late twice in a week or do not have their diary will receive an after school detention. It s Not Ok To Be Away Generally, our students have a positive attendance record, however, it is vital that the importance of regular school attendance is instilled in students from a young age and strongly supported by all parents. Punctual attendance at school after educational programs such as camps and excursions is vital to ensure that students have the opportunity to achieve their potential, learn responsibility and be accountable for their actions. This is important and we strongly encourage all parents to reinforce the importance of regular attendance. If your child is absent for a legitimate reason please contact the College before 8.30am and inform us of their absence. Provide supporting documentation explaining their absence i.e. medical/dental certificate, attendance at clinic letter etc. Uniform Please support the College by ensuring that your child shows pride in the College by wearing the College uniform correctly. Uniform details are published in the Student diary/planner. All Year Level Coordinators have been asked to monitor the correct wearing of uniform. All students are expected to wear the correct school uniform at all times. Students not wearing the correct uniform will be excluded from classes. Electronic Devices St John s College wishes to discourage students in bringing mobile phones, digital and electronic devices to school on the grounds that they are valuable and may be lost, stolen or broken. However, the school recognises that some students require access to a mobile phone for safety reasons when going to and from school. In the case of an approved mobile phone not being used correctly, the mobile phone will be confiscated and will be given back at the end of the day and the parent notified of the inappropriate use. If a student is found to have a mobile phone without a parent consent form, the mobile phone will be confiscated for collection by the parent. The Electronic Devices Policy was sent home during the first week of school. Please sign and return asap. Student Resilience and Dependence One issue that we need to have a greater understanding of, is student resilience and dependence. We are constantly being informed by parents about situations where students are unhappy about certain issues relating to school matters i.e. school rules. Parents wishing to make their children happy take on the responsibility to try to solve their child s problem. This denies the child the opportunity to learn how to resolve issues and take responsibility for their own actions and learning. Your child will not learn resilience or independence if you step in constantly to try to solve their problems. Life presents challenges and everyone must learn to overcome those challenges independently. Working in a collaborative manner is essential to supporting our students to be able to achieve to the best of their ability. Homework All Yr 7-12 students are expected to complete homework regularly and punctually. Teachers will ask students to complete some work at home and may set assignment tasks at different times during the term. Our recommendation is that approximately 1-1 ½ hours per night for Yr 7-8, 2-2 ½ hours per night for Yr 9-10 and 3 hours per night for Yr

4 should be allocated, however, this should be seen as a guide only. The key to success in this area is not so much the time spent completing homework, rather the quality of the time and the regular nature of the work. Students should decide upon an appropriate time for homework and then be encouraged to maintain the pattern. If no homework is set, students should develop the habit of using the time to read ahead, do revision, research etc. The location for homework should be well lit and free of distractions (including radios, TV, phone calls.) All students are expected to complete homework on a nightly basis. Regular and consistent completion of homework establishes positive habits that last a lifetime. Parents are expected to check and sign the child s planner at least once a week. Mr J Savopoulos Head of Senior College Swimming Carnival On the Monday 6 March, I represented St John's College at the 2015 Northcote High School Swimming Carnival. Despite the weather being quite cold, there was a massive turnout from Northcote High School and Thornbury. I competed in the Men's year old's 100m Freestyle and 50m Freestyle, coming second and third respectively. The competition was fierce yet I was glad to be able to compete against such talented swimmers with whom I was able to chat with afterwards. All in all, it was a great event and special thanks to both Mr Sherwood and Dr Ladopoulos for making it happen. Alexander Manifavas Year 11 Excursion To Darebin Council On Friday 20 February Mr Lonie s Civics and Citizenship class recently had the opportunity visit the Darebin Council to meet the Mayor Steven Tsistas for some intriguing discussions about municipal initiatives. As part of our studies we have focused on the organisational issues of local councils, and some of the social and financial challenges faced by local government. Students went to the excursion equipped with some excellent questions for the Mayor (such as the capping of rates issue to finding out more about services offered to immigrants). Students were also given the opportunity participate in a mock council session. As Councillors, they had to debate and eventually vote on local funding and chicken-keeping issues. All in all, a great time was had by the class. The class is to be commended for their enthusiasm, and outstanding behaviour. Mathematics Department This year a number of initiatives are being rolled out within the Mathematics faculty. These include - 1. The Calculator Licence for Year 3 8. To achieve the licence students must obtain 90% or above in two consecutive short tests. This will allow them to understanding and use the calculator correctly. These tests will reinforce the understanding of prime numbers, composite numbers, multiples, factors, multiplication and division of larger numbers. 2. The introduction of two combined groups for students in Years 6 & 7 in the Senior School. This will enable the opportunity to fully extend or support students in their learning in the various concepts in Mathematics. It is envisaged that students will move between the two groups depending on their understanding of a particular concept being covered. I will be taking one group and Mrs Anamourlis will take the other. 3. We are expanding Maths homework club to lunch times too. This is held each Tuesday. Students can come to Room 10 with their lunch and; Log on to Mathsonline and complete worksheets Complete homework Revise for topic tests Ask help for difficult concepts. Kind Regards, Mr J Failla Head of Maths & Technology Junior College News Parent Teacher Conversations Parent teacher conversations will be held on Monday 16 March, from pm. Appointments are 7 minutes in duration so please ensure that you are punctual to your appointment. 4

5 2016 Enrolments Do you have a child who will be commencing Prep or Year 7 in 2016 or know someone who is interested in coming to St John s? Enrolments are now open and application forms can be collected from the front office. Please complete and submit your enrolment forms to Miss Galanis. You can also schedule an appointment to meet with the Principal, Vice Principal, Head of the Senior College or the Head of the Junior School if required. Years 3-8 Camp The Years 3 to 8 students attended the Marysville camp two weeks ago. We were blessed with superb weather. Students participated in a range of activities including canoeing, bushwalking, cooking and a long 6km walk. A special thank you to Mr Sherwood for organizing the camp and Mr Failla, Mr Snelling, Miss Krikellis, Miss Powell, Ms Hodgson and Dr Ladopoulos for their hard work and to Mrs Magiris for being a wonderful parent helper. Maths Olympiad A number of students from years 5 8 have been selected to participate in the Maths Olympiad. o o a large plaque for the team with the highest score a perpetual shield for the team with the highest score. This is kept for one year and then passed on to the winner of the next year's contest Olympiads Olympiad Date 1 20th May 2 10th June 3 29th July 4 19th August 5 9th September Homework Club WHEN: Monday and Wednesday TIME: pm WHERE: Library FREE OF CHARGE Please inform your child s teacher if your child will be participating. Please provide a snack for your child. A minimum of 5 students are required in order to run the program. The Olympiads o The annual Olympiad consists of 5 separate contests spread across the year. o Students compete on an individual basis and must complete each of the 5 contest papers to be eligible for awards. o Team scores are calculated after the 5th contest by the sum of the top 10 overall student scores within the team. The Olympiads Aim To: o Introduce students to important mathematical concepts o Teach major strategies and develop flexibility for problem solving o Foster creativity and ingenuity and strengthen intuition o Stimulate enthusiasm and enjoyment for mathematics o Provide for the satisfaction, joy, and thrill of meeting challenges Student Awards o a certificate for each participating student o a medal for any student who obtains a perfect score o a trophy for the highest individual scorer in each team o a metal pin for each student whose total score is in the top 10% of scores o an embroidered Olympiad cloth patch for each student whose total score is in the top 25% of scores Team Awards o a plaque for each team whose score is in the top 10% of scores Healthy Eating We would like to remind parents of the importance a healthy breakfast can play in a child's education. A nutritional breakfast has been shown to improve memory, academic ability, problem solving and creative ability. Missing breakfast can cause children to become lethargic, irritable, inattentive and restless in class. Whilst a child is at school they will consume around a third of their daily nutritional requirements through eating recess and lunch. Therefore it is important that the lunchbox is well planned and contains a variety of healthy yummy choices to ensure your child consumes enough energy and nutrients to help them concentrate, learn and play. It is a very long time between a child's evening meal and lunch at school. Lion King The Junior College students will be going to see the production of Lion King on Wednesday 18 March. Students will be returning to school at approximately 4.30pm. Please note that bus travelers will need to make other travel arrangements. 5

6 Uniform Donations Kindest regards Mrs A Anamourlis Head of Junior School If you have any uniforms that no longer fit your children and are still in good condition then we would greatly appreciate them being donated to the school. These uniform items will be forwarded on to various families. Camp Marysville - Junior School My most memorable moment on camp was when I walked into the river and relaxed, then I fell into the extremely cold, freezing water. (Jamie Haramis Year 4) when I went bike riding and when Dan (the camp instructor) said, Hubba Hubba!. I also like canoeing, bush dancing and the movie night. (Rudi Haramis Year 4) The thing we loved about camp was the dirt bike track. (Sam Dimopoulos and Christopher Magiris Year 5) The best thing about camp was the canoeing. (Anthony Georgiou Year 5) The best thing about camp was the excellent houses. (Agim Xibrraku Year 5) We loved riding the bikes over the little hills (Odysseus Pavlides, Silvia Sourbis and Ryan O Neill- Year 3) It was great to swim in the river during our bushwalk (Andy Sarandis and Angelique Fardis- Year 3) Canoeing was so much fun! (Yioti Vavitsas and Panayiotis Roussos- Year 3) When Dan (our instructor) said Hubba Hubba (Sarah Khoury - Year 3) I loved learning about reusing products. Our recycling art activity was so much fun! (Irene Zarras Year 3) when I didn t vomit on the bus ever! A huge and very great achievement for me! I also liked going on a canoe with my best mate Alexander. Having a shower was the worst in case there was a giant huntsman spider! (Paul Ketikidis Year 4) when I walked in the river near the campsite. I also enjoyed canoeing and the campfire. (Helena Petrou Year 4) when we had the campfire and they were doing little plays. The instructor named Dan had to be a princess and say Hubba Hubba! It was so funny, everyone was laughing! We did lots of activities like bike riding, canoeing, bush walking and bush dancing. (Julia Khoury Year 4) What I love about camp was that I had the best cabin. (Teresa Gorail - Year 5) The best thing about camp was the bush walk. (Nikita Pavlides Year 5) When Dan did Hubba Hubba at the campfire and when we went on the bush walk. (Evgenia Mylonopoulou Year 5) Camp Marysville is unmentionable (best camp ever)! (David Evans Year 5) The best thing about camp was everything, especially the instructors. (Emily Lontos Year 5) 6

7 Ms A Arvanitis Head of Arts Miss J Krikelis Year 3 Teacher Art News The 9/10 Visual Arts Photography Excursion The Year 9/10 Visual Arts Excursion was a huge success. It was fabulous to see such engagement and enthusiasm from our students as they took to the town to create their portfolio of photographs. The emphasis of this excursion was to develop and build upon photography skills around the theme of appropriating a famous art work. The students demonstrated a keen eye for detail and composition. The students behaviour was commendable as they undertook their assigned roles. It was pleasing to see the students working collaboratively and sharing their newly acquired knowledge. They demonstrated maturity and were exemplary Ambassadors for the College. Sports News Congratulations Congratulations to Alex Manifavas who recently competed in the Darebin District Swimming Carnival. Alex finished 2 nd in the 100m freestyle and 3 rd in the 50m freestyle. Athletics - POSTPONED We have been contacted by the Coburg Athletics Track Organisers to say that the refurbishment is not finished. As a result we need to postpone the Athletics Day until further notice. 5&6 Inter-school sports A reminder that all year 5&6 students competing in rounders and cricket must have a hat and water bottle with them each week. Greek School Sports. The All Greek School Sports and Spoken Arts event is scheduled for the first week in May 5 th -8 th. St Euphemia in Sydney is the host school and St John s students will be participating in the following sports. Girls- Netball Boys- Indoor soccer Boys/Girls Volleyball Boys/Girls Table Tennis Students participating in the sports need to pay their deposit by Friday 27 March to lock in their spot! Mr D Sherwood Health & PE Department 7

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9 Expression of Interest To Run the Canteen We have been informed that our current Canteen Manager will no longer be able to continue from the last day of Term 1. If you are interested in running the Canteen please contact the Business Manager Mr Dennis Katsoulakos by Friday 27 March on St. John s College joined the KidsMatter initiative in 2012, and in partnership with families and the community, is beginning to work towards making a positive difference to the wellbeing of our school community. KidsMatter Primary aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of primary school students reduce mental health problems amongst students achieve greater support for students experiencing mental health problems KidsMatter Primary is a flexible whole-school approach to children s mental health and wellbeing. It provides proven methods, tools and support to help schools, parents and carers, health services and the wider community nurture happy, balanced kids. KidsMatter emphasises a shared responsibility for children s wellbeing. It seeks to engage those who have a significant influence on children s lives parents, families, carers, teachers and community based services. Please take some to time to read the information attached to this newsletter or visit the KidsMatter website 9

10 KidsMatter Primary Do kids matter? Of course! They matter to families, to schools and to the community. These are the groups that KidsMatter wants to bring together to improve children s mental health. Good mental health is vital for learning and life. Children who are mentally healthy are better able to meet life s challenges. They also learn better and have stronger relationships with teachers, family members and peers. KidsMatter has been developed in collaboration with the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, Beyondblue: the National Depression Initiative, the Australian Psychological Society, and Principals Australia (formerly the Australian Principals Association s Professional Development Council). The trial was also supported by Australian Rotary Health (formerly the Australian Rotary Health Research Fund). Research has found that up to 14% of Australian children have mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and behaviour problems. Only one out of every four young people with mental health problems receives professional help. Sometimes this is because parents, carers and school staff are unsure whether children need further help. They may not know what kind of help is available or where to get it. In some cases it may be difficult to access child and adolescent mental health services in their area. KidsMatter Primary has three major aims:. To improve the mental health and wellbeing of primary school students. To reduce mental health problems among students. To achieve greater support for those students experiencing mental health problems One in seven Australian children have mental health problems - KidsMatter aims to reduce this. The four components of KidsMatter Primary Schools can make a difference to children s mental health and wellbeing by addressing four key areas. Each KidsMatter school will be working on the following four components: 1. A positive school community Positive relationships at school enable children and families to feel that school is a place where they feel welcome, where they will be listened to and where they can contribute. A positive school community helps children feel that school is a safe place where their needs can be met. Research has shown that when children and families feel connected to the school, children are less likely to develop mental health problems and they succeed better at school. 2. Social and emotional learning for students Learning how to manage feelings and get on with others is an important part of children s development that helps them learn better and feel good about themselves. Teaching children social and emotional skills as part of the school curriculum gives them tools for coping with emotions, solving problems and learning more effectively. 3. Parenting support and education If we want to promote children s mental health and wellbeing, it makes sense for families and schools to work closely together. Schools can support parents and carers in their central role of caring for children by making useful information and resources about parenting available and by letting them know where they can get further assistance. 4. Early intervention for students who are experiencing mental health difficulties When children and families are able to access effective mental health intervention early it can make a significant difference to their lives. KidsMatter schools learn to respond more effectively to children s mental health difficulties by identifying when problems may need follow-up, providing information for families and developing links with mental health services in their local area. Mrs H Vlahos Special Needs Teacher & Kids Matter Coordinator 10

11 St John s College Students join the Greek Welfare Centre s Easter 2015 Food Hamper & Toy Appeal for families in need Disadvantaged people of Greek-Australian background will receive an Easter Hamper in a joint effort of the Greek Orthodox Parishes and the Greek Welfare Centre. For the past sixteen years the Greek Welfare Centre has taken the initiative in organising and co-ordinating the Easter and Christmas Food Hamper and Toy Appeal with the solid support of the parish network of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese. The Greek Welfare Centre once again calls upon the Greek-Australian community to demonstrate their filotimo (φιλότιμο) and contribute as much as they are able. Any non-perishable food items as well as new toys are welcome, and these may be dropped off at the school. Greek Australian Businesses Greek-Australian businesses have been supportive of the Easter and Christmas Appeal since the beginning of this initiative. Greek-Australian businesses have donated money, food products and toys. The more items are donated, the more we are able to distribute to disadvantaged Greek Australians in the community. The Greek Welfare Centre invites businesses that would like to make donations to ring (03) between 9:00 a.m-5:00 p.m. What can be donated Health and practical reasons restrict the collection to non-perishable food items. These may include; pasta, rice, coffee, tea, sugar, oil, biscuits, canned food (including vegetables, meats hams etc), sauces, flour, spices, snacks etc. Before purchasing or dropping off such items to the collection points, please ensure that the use by dates are appropriate and that there are no ruptures to the packaging. Toys can also be donated preferably new or at least in very good condition. When Students are requested to bring in food / toys that they want to donate to the school by the latest on Friday 27 th of March Volunteers The Greek Welfare Centre is seeking volunteers to assist with the distribution of food parcels to disadvantaged Greek-Australian members in the community throughout Melbourne. If you are interested in helping in any way, please contact the Greek Welfare Centre on between 9 am - 5 pm. 11

12 Οι μαθητές του Κολεγίου «Άγιος Ιωάννης» συμμετέχουν με το Ελληνικό Κέντρο Πρόνοιας στον Πασχαλινό Έρανο τροφίμων & παιχνιδιών για οικογένειες που χρήζουν βοήθειας Το Ελληνικό Κέντρο Πρόνοιας σε συνεργασία με τις ενορίες απανταχού της Μελβούρνης αναμένετε να διανείμει και φέτος τρόφιμα στις οικογένειες που χρίζουν βοήθειας. Το Ελληνικό Κέντρο Πρόνοιας τα τελευταία 16 χρόνια έχει αναλάβει ηγετικό ρόλο στο έργο του συντονισμού και της διανομής των τροφίμων, ένα τεράστιο έργο το οποίο δεν θα ήταν δυνατόν να πραγματοποιηθεί χωρίς την βοήθεια του δικτύου ενοριών της Ιεράς Αρχιεπισκοπής Αυστραλίας. Καλούμε λοιπόν και τις οικογένειες των μαθητών του Κολεγίου να επιδείξουν το απαραίτητο φιλότιμο και να συνδράμουν με τις όποιες δυνατότητες έχουν στο έργο της προσφοράς τροφίμων και παιχνιδιών. Ευπρόσδεκτη είναι οποιαδήποτε προσφορά τροφίμων που δεν χρειάζονται συντήρηση και παιχνιδιών, αν είναι δυνατόν καινούριων ή σε πολύ καλή κατάσταση, έτσι ώστε και οι μικροί μας φίλοι να αισθανθούν σε κάποιο βαθμό το μήνυμα των ημερών. Ελληνο-Αυστραλιανές επιχειρήσεις Αρκετές επιχειρήσεις Ελληνικής ιδιοκτησίας ήδη συμμετέχουν στον έρανο μας. Θα ήταν ευχής έργο αν μπορούσαμε να αυξήσουμε αυτόν τον αριθμό των επιχειρήσεων έτσι ώστε να μπορέσουμε να μοιράσουμε περισσότερα τρόφιμα και παιχνίδια με σκοπό την πιο αποτελεσματική βοήθεια των συμπαροίκων μας. Τίποτα ίσως δεν μπορεί να συγκριθεί με το χαμόγελο στα χείλη, ιδιαίτερα των παιδιών, που αυτές τις Άγιες ημέρες θα έχουν την δυνατότητα να απολαύσουν όλα τα απαραίτητα στο παραδοσιακό Πασχαλινό τραπέζι. Καλούνται λοιπόν όσες από τις Ελληνο-Αυστραλιανές επιχειρήσεις θα μπορούσαν να μας βοηθήσουν στην προσπάθεια μας να έρθουν σε επαφή με το κέντρο μας στον αριθμό (03) έτσι ώστε να οργανώσουμε την συλλογή των όποιων τροφίμων και παιχνιδιών. Τι θα μπορούσε να δωριθεί; Για λόγους πρακτικούς και υγιεινής τα τρόφιμα που θα συγκεντρωθούν θα πρέπει να μην απαιτούν συντήρηση σε ψυγείο. Τρόφιμα που θα μπορούσαν να δωριθούν μεταξύ άλλων θα μπορούσαν να είναι τα παρακάτω: μακαρόνια, ρύζι, καφές, τσάι, ζάχαρη, λάδι, μπισκότα, κονσέρβες (λαχανικά, κρέας κ.λ.π.) σάλτσες, αλεύρι, καρυκεύματα, σοκολάτες κ.λ.π. Θα παρακαλούσαμε τους ενδιαφερομένους να ελέγχουν την ημερομηνία λήξεως των τροφίμων και να ελέγχουν αν υπάρχουν τυχόν προβλήματα στην συσκευασία τους που θα μπορούσαν να τα καταστήσουν προβληματικά. Υπάρχει μεγάλη ανάγκη για συλλογή παιχνιδιών για τους μικρούς μας φίλους. Παρακαλούμε τα παιχνίδια που θα προσφερθούν να είναι καινούργια είτε σε μια καλή κατάσταση. Πότε; Παρακαλούνται οι μαθητές να φέρουν τα τρόφιμα ή παιχνίδια που θα ήθελαν να δωρίσουν στο σχολείο το αργότερο μέχρι και την Παρασκευή 27 Μαρτίου Εθελοντές Το Ελληνικό Κέντρο Πρόνοιας ζητά επίσης εθελοντές που θα μπορούσαν να βοηθήσουν με την διανομή των τροφίμων στα σπίτια αυτών που ζήτησαν βοήθεια από το Ελληνικό Κέντρο Πρόνοιας. Οι ενδιαφερόμενοι μπορούν να τηλεφωνήσουν το Ελληνικό Κέντρο Πρόνοιας στον αριθμό (03) μεταξύ των ωρών 9:00 π.μ -5:00 μ.μ. 12

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