Information now available for Willagee FREE Movie Night, Thu 10 December. Caralee CS considers itself very lucky to have such a range of community events and facilities close by. The Willagee Community Centre and Willagee Library have some great activities for families during the school term too.
The School P&C is a great place for families with students to meet others, and join in a range of community activities. We aim to keep it a friendly, community-oriented atmosphere where everyone is welcome.
A message from our app provider, Sponsor-Ed Group.
(Source: Dept of Education)National Aborigines' and Islanders' Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) celebrates the histories, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
You can be organised for next year by ordering your child's uniform needs today.
Caralee CS thanks Pharmacy 777 in supporting our school. You can support them too!
Making change is easy. It all starts with you. Collect your eligible containers (instead of tossing them in the waste), then drop them off at a refund point where you can either keep or donate your 10 cent refund.
If your child is four years old by 30 June 2021, you can apply to enrol them in Kindergarten for 2021. Be sure to enrol soon - PLACES ARE LIMITED. Caralee CS has commenced their Kindy Orientations, and information specific to this group will be available here.
Caralee CS has been a WA Certified Crunch&Sip school since March 2008. Participating in a daily Crunch&Sip break is a great way for children to drink water and eat an extra serve of vegetables or fruit to support good health and to help learning.
We love our community school and feel very privileged to be an integral part of our Willagee community too. Here you will find links for you and your family to enjoy activities and events close by.
In Week 4, Miss Garrett took some Year 4's and 5's to Melville SHS to participate in a netball tournament organised, coached and umpired by the students in the Year 9 Specialist Netball Program.
Thank you to all those who supported Mr Sam Atkins with his latest project in the City of Melville's BLUE TREE IN THE BURBS initiative. Our Blue Tree has now been awarded as a winning entry.