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Voluntary Financial Contribution 2017

Each year Bounty Boulevard State School requests parents/caregivers to make an annual voluntary financial contribution of $50 per student, to a maximum of $150 per family (3 or more children enrolled). This amount has been reduced in the anticipation that more families will generously contribute. Without contributions from families we are unable to purchase items as listed below.

This money is used by the school, explicitly to fund additional resources, being the purchase of new library books, home reading books, art and craft materials and classroom iPads for students to use to support their learning. These additional resources enhance the learning and creative opportunities for all students.

The costs of providing instruction, administration and facilities for the education of students at the school are met by the Queensland State Government, Department of Education and Training for students enrolled at the school, who are Australian citizens or permanent residents, or the children of Australian citizens or permanent residents. The school is resourced by the State Government through school grants to provide a core educational service. Section 56 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006 provides that the Principal may ask the parents of a student of the school to make a voluntary financial contribution to supplement government funding for instruction, administration and facilities for the education of the students at the school.

The Bounty Boulevard State School Parents & Citizens’ Association, in partnership with the school, has endorsed the Voluntary Financial Contribution scheme for 2017. The scheme provides vital funds to support student learning within the Bounty Boulevard State School learning community.

Parents/Caregivers are strongly encouraged to participate. Please note that your contribution makes a direct difference in the resources available for your child / children.

The Voluntary Financial Contribution at Bounty Boulevard State School operates under the policy and guidelines of the Department of Education and Training, Queensland.

The purpose of the scheme is to enable the school to provide the best possible learning experiences and resources for all students by providing additional:

  • Library and reference books, home reading books

  • Art and Craft Materials

  • Classroom iPads

All contributions to this voluntary financial scheme are gratefully received and make a significant difference to the learning opportunities for all students.

This year, for families who make a payment by Friday 19th May 2017, they will automatically go in the draw to win a $500 for the Good Guys. Thanks to Anthony Mills from the North Lakes store.

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