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Collapse Issue 471 - 10 Jun 2019Issue 471 - 10 Jun 2019
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Fuel tanks to be replaced to remediate contamination
Council is 'more bureaucratic and less attentive'
Concrete burrows installed for penguin colony
Village resident celebrates 100th birthday
Tesch to continue to campaign for palliative care
Hamper donated to celebrate birthday
Community halls 'not commercial entities'
Peta Colebatch steps down after eight years
Three receive Queens Birthday honours
Small buses not suitable for Phegans Bay, residents told
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Application to construct new warehouse
Submissions to close on proposal next to St Luke's
'No tender' for Correa Bay boat ramp
Two local councillors claim no expenses
Water rates to drop from July
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Councillors give themselves a pay rise
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Sea Shepherd to clean Umina Beach
Chamber president welcomes Farnell Rd approval
Geoff Melville steps back from a lifetime of service
Rotary club hears about youth cottage
Bill would prohibit Woy Woy cash loan machine
Residents with stormwater issues invited to tell council
Italian theme day
Special lunch for volunteers at restaurant
Trainee named as finalist
Papua New Guinea lunch at CWA
Have efficiency and economies occurred?
Could some councillors up their work rate?
Living next to a weekend party house
Loud minority of older people take selfish attitude
Democratic representatives or government tools?
Decline in non-compliance is deemed to be acceptable
Defibrillators for Wagstaffe and Killcare
Memory walk for dementia body
Fundraising barbecue
Physiotherapist is outstanding employee finalist
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Winners of music scholarship announced
Folk club puts on two events
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Colouring competition for aged care residents
Artist launches art classes for adults
Pretty Beach principal retires
Pacific island group at risk of collapse
Breakfast club to be extended
Three teams in cheer and dance finals
Arts students camp at Cockatoo Island
School reviews both winter and summer uniforms
First debates in debating challenge
Uniform shop seeks donations
Support unit students enjoy arboretum
New lambs at Umina campus
Rotary Club hears about mentoring program
Grant to install bush tucker garden and dreaming trail
Ettalong students take part in simultaneous storytime
Year 2 students visit zoo
Under-15s captain celebrates 150 games
Southern and Ettalong loses top spot on women's ladder
Woy Woy defeated by Hornsby in rugby union
Gold medal in vision-impaired games
Selected for junior squad
Soccer camp to be held in Woy Woy
Celebrating 50 years of Buckworth Shield
Basketball returns
Volunteers honoured

School reviews both winter and summer uniforms

Woy Woy Public School is reviewing both its winter and summer school uniforms.

"The Department of Education's School Uniform Policy states that a school's uniform should: 'include items that are affordable, comfortable, made from easy-care fabrics, appropriate for activity and suitable for all body shapes," said principal Ms Ona Buckley.'

"It also notes that: 'Each school's uniform requirements should be reviewed when the need arises.'

"With this in mind, the uniform committee was formed to discuss potential changes to our school uniform."

Ms Buckley saod the committee had already met once to consider a number of ideas for new items to be incorporated into the uniform as well as possible changes to existing uniform items.

"With regard to the summer dress and tunic, the committee discussed investigating whether the community would value a move towards a gender neutral option," Ms Buckley said.

Other discussion points raised during the first meeting included: whether parents and carers were happy with the quality and wearability of the current make of skirt; procuring an alternative to the winter uniforms cargo pants; and whether or not the school needed three options for warm, upper body outerwear and if not, should it discontinue offering the fleece jumper.

"The committee will now initiate a process of consultation with school community that will include surveying community members," Ms Buckley said.

"Parents and carers will be able to complete the survey electronically on a number of platforms.

"The school will give parents and carers sufficient time to purchase new items should any changes be made and there will be a three-year changeover period during which students will be allowed to wear any of the discontinued lines," Ms Buckley said.

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