ATSI Tennis Day
24 Jun 2019
15 October-17 December
9:00 AM-3:00 PM
During this period, we ask that your child’s lunch contain as few items as possible that must be thrown away. Ideally, your child’s lunch will only contain items that will be eaten, composted or recycled. Examples of how to pack waste-free lunch items are provided in the attached guide. Reusable containers are a handy way to pack a waste-free lunch. They also make it easy to buy food and drink in bulk (instead of in single-servings) which can save money over time. The Waste-Free Lunch Challenge is one of Hallidays Point Public School’s sustainability education initiatives. By participating, students will have a better understanding of how we can take action to reduce our waste. Waste-free lunches also save money and promote healthy eating. Fruit and vegetable scraps (e.g. apple cores and banana skins) will be composted at the school through our compost. If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the Waste-Free Lunch Challenge, please don’t hesitate to contact Ms McConnachie through email - firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for supporting your child’s participation in Hallidays Point Public
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