Sunday, 24 May 2015

Italian Day Update. WOW What a Day!

What a wonderful, fun-filled, exciting day for our Italian Day! Despite the rainy weather, students wore costumes that were simply amazing and everyone had a lovely time. A huge THANK YOU to all our incredibly hard working teachers (class and Specialists) who organised a wide variety of Pinocchio, Italian food, stamps, post cards, soccer, pasta, painting, mosaics, construction, games or Maths inspired Rotational activities, despite being busy with their reports, excursions and testing. I appreciate their involvement and imagination. Bravo!

Another HUGE thank you must go to Cheryl Nancarrow and her team of helpers who gave up lots of their time to deliver student pizza and gelato orders. The delivery went like clockwork. Thank you P.F.A! Of course, these lunches could not have been delivered without the continued and wonderful support of Maro’s Pizza Shop. Please thank them by supporting their business when your family want to eat delicious pizzas. They offer an incredible range of mouth-watering pizza varieties!

Thank you to Anne and Lisa (for sorting and handling all financial details) and Gail and Jennifer for helping during the Rotations. Thank you to the Level 4 staff who helped with the Video technology. Much appreciated. The photo gallery was supplied by our keen photographer, Miss Smith. Grazie.

I want to also thank every parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, for the effort put into the costumes. We had some amazingly creative costumes-Blue Fairies, Gods and Goddesses, Roman soldiers, Pinocchios, Mario Brothers, Chefs, Sports People, Pizzas, artists, Rocky Balboa and so much more! Please take the time to view some of these creations on our display areas. There are still more photos awaiting printing.

Lastly, I want to thank our students. They were generally so well behaved and involved the whole day. You made me so proud-especially the Grade 6 students who were so diligent when looking after their Buddies. From everyone’s smiles and comments, Italian Day 2015, will be one to remember.

Grazie a tutti! Thank you everyone!

Signora Beer (alias Arlecchino)

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