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We are pleased to announce the winners of the HAHS Country Fair Poster Competition:
1st place – Sophie Sor & Familia Nguyen (see below)
2nd place – Joel Huang
3rd place – Sonia Truong
See attached 3 files for the winners entry.
Any donations for auction items and white elephant stall, can be delivered to the admin office between 8.30am and 3pm.
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Hurlstone Agricultural High School will transition to the new NSW Public Schools’ finance system and a new bank account on 16 October 2017.
To ensure a smooth transition, there will be changes to the way we accept payments from parents & carers. Please see attached letter for information.
Our 78th Country Fair will be held on Saturday, 2nd September 2017 10am to 3pm. Please see below links for additional information.
The school’s P and C has worked hard over the last few years to review the school’s uniform.
In response to the review undertaken there have been several items added to the girls school uniform.
You now can purchase girls grey pants and navy shorts (for both senior and junior students) and a short sleeve white blouse for juniors.
You can purchase these items from the uniform store for the following prices:
Grey Pants – $53.00
Navy Shorts – $41.00
Short sleeve white blouse – $33.00
The wearing of blazers is compulsory for years 10 to 12.
Prices as follows:
Girls 30-40 and Boys 12-18: $228
Girls 42-46 and Boys 19-26: $242
Students in years 7-9 requiring a blazer to represent the school, such as being a band or debating team member, can order/buy the blazer at the reduced price all year (a note from the respective teacher needs to be supplied in confirmation).
The normal requirement of paying a non-refundable deposit of $50 for orders applies to all students. This can be placed on a new or secondhand blazer. Secondhand blazers are available in most sizes.
Parents please note the school has implemented procedures to promote the safety of students and visitors, especially concerning drop – off and pick up.
Parents are asked to respect these procedures and ensure they stay out of the bus bay, which has been freshly marked and painted so it is very obvious. Ample area is available towards Roy Watts gate for people to safely park, drop – off or pick up and students only have a short walk in to school.