Bombala High School students from Years 10 to 12 went to Dongwha softwood mill for a site visit on Tuesday, June 21.
We were met by Dillon and Leah who took us through the site induction in the boardroom. We then donned our high vis and earplugs and set off on our tour.
Cooma North Public School students submitted art work into the NAIDOC 2022 The Rocks Discovery Museum School Art Prize Exhibition. Congratulations to Dhanuka Karunaratne for placing third in the Stage 3 category.
Jindabyne Central School (JCS) student Angus O’Brien is one of 20 students from who will embark on a two-week historical study tour in NSW, the ACT and Darwin as part of the 2022 Premier’s Anzac Memorial Scholarship announced early last week.
On Wednesday June 1, the JCS Year 6 Leadership Team effectively coordinated a crazy sock and tutu fundraising event. Raising over $500, the funds were split equally between the 400in4 Charity Ride and Year 6 end of year events. Visited by participants from the 400in4 Charity Ride earlier this year, the students agreed it was a worthy cause.
There were eye patches, head scarves and feathered hats as far as the eye could see at the Bombala Public School last Tuesday as the students ands staff dressed like pirates for the day.
This week CNPS celebrates Reconciliation Week by Being Brave and Making Change. Cooma North Public School has made Indigenous Education a priority, ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island history, culture and perspective are embedded through our teaching, learning and whole school culture.
On Friday 20th May CNPS Students participated in the National Walk Safely to School Day.