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​Melinda Malan, Moggill's wonderful Chappy​

​Term 3 Community disco

Only 10 days until you and your friends can come along to the Moggill Community Disco, Saturday, 26 July. The disco is co-hosted by Moggill State School Chaplaincy and Moggill Scouts here at the Moggill State School Hall. The DISCO THEME will be announced at our next parade. 

Junior (Prep to Year 3): $5.00 - (5.00pm – 6.45pm) (Parents to stay with juniors)

Seniors (Years 4 to 7): $8.00 - (7.00pm – 9.00pm)

The night will involve great songs, dancing, games, food and awesome memories with friends. Entry includes a sausage on bread and drink with additional food and drinks available to purchase.

Please note: Children need to be signed in and out by a parent or guardian on the night and parents are to stay with juniors. Parent entry is free.

If you have any questions about the Disco, please email Melinda Malan​ 

Term 3 Chaplaincy morning tea's for parents

You are invited to come along for a morning tea at 8:55am, on the last Monday of each month, in the OSHC room of the Hall. This is a great opportunity for parents to meet other parents in the schooling community and also provides parents with a network of support. The term three morning tea dates are: July 28, Aug 25 and Sept 15. Please put these dates in your diary for term three and come along to say hello. Looking forward to seeing you again or meeting you if you are new.

Mel's working days for term 3

There will be a slight change to what days Mel will be at Moggill State School this term. Mel will now be at school Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. 

Last week to nominate: QLD Father of the year award!

The Queensland Father of the Year Award honours and celebrates the importance of fathers and father-figures throughout our state and its local community. The aim of the award is to recognise the significant role fathers play in their children’s well-being and development and to raise awareness of the value of fathers in the family and the community. It identifies and honours outstanding fathers for their exceptional commitment to raising their children or for their exemplary contribution to the development of children in the community. Deserving fathers are rarely in the spotlight. You can help a father shine by nominating them. One lucky Dad could win five nights accommodation at Sea World Resort and Water Park. Nominations close at 5pm, Friday 18 July. For more information or to nominate a father please follow this link or click here. 

School Chaplaincy: Dispelling the Myths and Answering Questions

There has been a flurry of discussion in the media about school chaplaincy following the May federal budget – a lot of discussion, but also a lot of misinformation. Please read the SUQLD Chaplaincy Myths & Questions (245K, PDF) for the facts. ​​