Emailing Semester Two Summative Reports

Reports to be emailed out in the last week of school.

The students at Bounty Boulevard State School have enjoyed an action packed year of Learning, Love and Laughter. Students have been dedicated to demonstrate their learning through a variety of experiences and assessments.  The Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Framework outlines the requirements for each Queensland state school to deliver the curriculum for Preparatory to Year Seven. In implementing the P-12 Curriculum schools are required to assess, monitor and capture student achievement.

Each semester the school provides a summative report card for all students to their parents / carers. The Semester Two report will be emailed to parents in the last week of school. If your email address has changed since the most recent summative report was sent in semester one (July 2014), or, if you are a new family and your primary email contact has changed, please contact the school to update your details.

All Government schools in Queensland use the OneSchool system to generate report cards. Therefore, for your inbox to receive your child’s report, please ensure the following OneSchool email address is added to your safe sender list:  Ensuring that your inbox is not over quota or unattended, will also support that you receive your child’s summative report for Semester Two.

The school summative report will be sent to the parent / carer using the most recent email address on our school records. If you do not receive your child’s report, please check your spam or junk email folders.

For parents and carers who do not receive their child’s report by email you may request a digital copy through the school administration. Reports will be generated and will be in a PDF format. To view this file, a PDF reader will be required to be downloaded onto your computer (eg. Adobe Reader, Preview). Printed copies of the summative report can be obtained by parental request. This can be done by emailing .

Volunteers Appreciation Afternoon Tea

Parent and community volunteers are greatly valued at Bounty Boulevard State School. To recognise their significant contribution to ‘Learning Love and Laughter’ we would like to invite all our volunteers who have helped in 2014.  Afternoon tea will be served in the Middle Years Covered Area from 2.00pm – 3.00pm on Friday 28 November 2014.

Support for Local Families

Bounty Boulevard State School along with Axis Church, North Lakes, are supporting families in need or experiencing hardship over the holiday season with a Food Hamper.

We are inviting each class to fill a hamper with non-perishable items. Please bring your donation before Friday 5th December.  These food hampers will be collected on December 5th and given to the Axis church for distribution to families in the North Lakes and Pine Rivers area.

Please bring your non-perishable item to school and place in the collection box in your child’s classroom.

Bounty Bite – Important Information For Last Week Of Term 4

by Bounty Bite Staff , Yvette, Glenys and Sarah

To our Bounty Bite Customers,

This year all lunch orders for the last week of school for Term 4 must be ordered via Flexi Schools no later than 8.45am by Friday the 5th of December 2014.

This means that you will need to order on flexi-schools the week before for the final week. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause our families, but due to the café being closed for 6 weeks over the Christmas Holidays we are wanting to reduce any wastage and to better manage our stock over the holiday period. This will also help us ensure your children receive what they have ordered, rather than having to replace certain items with an alternative.

To encourage you to place a preorder for the last week, the Café is offering the class with the most preorders an ice block each on the last day of school.

Should you have any concerns or questions please do not hesitate to contact us in the café between 8am and 3 pm Monday to Friday.

Yr 5-7 Interschool Sport Friday 21 November

A reminder that our second interschool sport gala day for this semester is this Friday 21 November. Your child’s permission note, medical form and payment were handed in last term, so there is no need to complete another permission note. On Friday, students will need to be at school by 8.45am and will need to be wearing their sports uniform and have a filled waterbottle (preferably 2), a packed lunch, a hat and sunscreen. It’s encouraged that students playing futsal wear dark football socks, preferably navy socks. Futsal players must wear shin pads. The venues are as follows:

  • Softball – Woodside Playing Fields
  • Futsal – Pine Rivers United Football Club, Samsonvale Road
  • League Tag – Bears RLC, Mathieson Park, Petrie
  • Cricket – Inside Sportz, Strathpine

Year 5-7 students not participating in interschool sport will remain at school and be supervised by year 5-7 teachers.

Parents are more than welcome to come and cheer on our athletes.