PBL is a program which recognises Positive Behaviour and Learning.
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Each week students from nine schools are recognised for their behaviour and citizenship at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace.
This weeks award recipients were all well deserving of recognition for their various contributions to our community.
Hamish Witcomb of Seaham Public School received his award for his manners and behaviour when another school visited for a debating competition.
Salt Ash Public School’s Aleisha Hockey has a great attitude and is always encouraging others to do their best.
Marlie Johnson of Medowie Public School was awarded because she shows wonderful empathy towards others.
Leilana Latu showed her honesty and concern for others when she handed in a piece of lost jewellery which was later returned to its owner.
Nate Piening of Grahamstown Public School cares for the schools chickens and they are always well fed; he also volunteers to help out in the school canteen.
Hunter River High’s Bethany Sarginson helped out in the canteen on election day where her efforts raised money for a local school.
Ellie Ping of Irrawang High School was nominated by MarketPlace Raymond Terrace for helping out at the PBL presentations.
Kyzaiah Sing attends the out of school homework centre and always tries his best and is respectful helpful and shows pride in his community.
Irrawang Public School’s Ivy Brewer-Dunn helped out on election day and raised over $1000 for the school.
A great effort.
Colleen Mulholland-Ruiz of MarketPlace Raymond Terrace told News Of The Area, “The MarketPlace Raymond Terrace Management, Retailers and Customers love seeing PBL award winners accept their PBL awards each week and seeing families attend the presentation with such pride.”
By Marian SAMPSON