Recent News

Canteen Menu for Term 2, 2022

Our canteen endeavours to promote healthy eating by following the traffic light system in our menu.  Our latest menu has many all time favourites which are available every day, as well as Daily Lunch Specials too!

P&C Entertainment Book

Every Mum deserves more!!! This Mother’s Day you can make sure she gets it with an Entertainment Membership and a fantastic BONUS eGift Card.  So why wait, purchase your Membership and help us reach our fundraising goals.https://www.entertainment.com.au/orderbooks/835u08  

Year 6 Leavers 2022

Information for our Year 6 cohort and their families.

COVID-19 : Latest WA Announcements

This article will become a permanent fixture on the Caralee CS website and through our school app during the global pandemic ensuring that you always have access to the latest information.  Please note: WA Govt announcements must be read in conjuction with Caralee CS announcements via Connect.

Colour Blindness (Pre-Primary)

A brochure on colour blindness has been distributed to all Pre Primary students. If you have any concerns, colour vision testing can be performed by some General Practitioners, Eye specialists or Optometrists.

Outside School Hours Care - Camp Australia

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Customer Care Team on 1300 105 343 who are available 5am – 9pm, 7 days a week - except National Public Holidays.

Scholastic Book Club

Did you know that just 10 minutes of reading a day will change your child's life?  Grow your child's love of reading with the Scholastic Book Club.  Login to browse the catalogue online.

Community e-Noticeboard

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.

Scoliosis (Year 6)

A brochure on Scoliosis has been distributed to all Year 6 students. Please read through the information provided and check your child for scoliosis as described in the leaflet.  If you have any concerns, please contact your General Practitioner.