Aranda Primary School Board

Voluntary Contributions

Aranda Primary School has a reputation for academic excellence and high satisfaction amongst our parents and students. This is not accidental and arises from the dedication and efforts of the school staff and community and the resources they have to employ.

For K-6 voluntary contribution amounts remain the same as they have been since 2011: $200 for a single child or $300 if you have two or more children attending the school.

Voluntary contributions for pre-school is $200 per child.

To pay the voluntary contributions, simply complete and return the confidential payment slip attached to the letter, and pay using one of the payment option methods described on the form. Should you require further information in relation to the payment methods please contact the Business Manager through the Front Office on 6142 3030.

Families can elect to have their contributions split into three funds – Library Fund, Building Fund and General Fund, noting that donations to the Library and Building Funds are tax deductible.

Last year’s voluntary contributions from the families of the children that attend Aranda Primary School made a significant contribution towards improvements in school facilities, such as library resources, science equipment and science fair prizes, readers and chess equipment.

Aranda Primary School Board Members

Members of the Board can be contacted through the Front Office on 6142 3030.

  • Executive Officer: Phil Gray (Principal)
  • Parent Representatives: Troy Heland, Bronwyn Dunn and Ilona Horvat
  • Staff Representatives: James Harrison and Dugald Stranger
  • Board Secretary: Alex Wrigley (Business Manager)

2019-2020 School Board Vacant Position

A position of Parent Representative on the Aranda Primary School Board will be vacant effective April 2019.

Information regarding the nomination process will be provided in the school newsletter in term 1 2019.

Please contact the Front Office on 6142 3030 for more information.

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