Archive | June, 2014

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A surprise visit from the DejaMoo cow, Daisy thrilled the students at Margaret River Independent School last week. Daisy talked to the students about the upcoming DejaMoo Country Fair to be held in Cowaramup on Saturday, July 12. She encouraged everyone to dress-up as cows to participate in a world record cow muster. The record […]

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Pyjama Kids: Tex Alcock, Sol Jayde-Banner, Jack Aitken, Evie Ryan,  and Amelie Bailey

Pyjama Fundraiser

  PYJAMAS were in vogue at Margaret River Independent School last week when the school held a Pyjama Dress-Up Day fundraiser. Over $80 was raised for MRIS’s Sponsor Child, Islam Hassan of Jerusalem. Students were encouraged to wear their pyjamas and donate a gold coin for the cause. Two PJ  Dress-up Days will be held […]

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Friends in the Foyer

AS a nod to the generous artists who have donated artwork to the Margaret River Art Auction over the last 9 years, a special exhibition will be held during June at the Cultural Centre’s Foyer Gallery. “Friends in the Foyer” Contributors’ Exhibition opens on Saturday night from 4.30pm with more than 30 artists exhibiting works. […]

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Crazy Hair and Hat Day

 Ryan Price, Mira Atkinson, Lorna Morwitzer, Noemie Marill and Ava Wilson (pic 1) and Max Douglas, Araya Heussenstamm, Sharon McMulkin-Thwaites and Susha McRostie (pic 2) got into the spirit of the fundraising day for the school’s World Vision sponsor child.  

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Behind the Label

Authors Davina Bell  and Justin Randall visited MRIS as part of the Margaret River Readers & Writers Festival 2014 Behind the Label Children’s Literature Festival.Both authors talked to students about their writing and other aspects of their work.

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MRIS Visit Weir

  MRIS Year 2/3 students visited the Margaret River Weir on a search for microinvertebrates, assisted by the Cape to Cape Catchment Group. Assisted by Cape-to Cape Catchment group co-ordinator Tracey Muir and South West Catchments Council’s Zac Webb, the students learned about catchment flora and fauna and the indigenous values of the river.    

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