Final Positive Behaviour for Learning 2018 winners announced

The final  PBL winners for 20018
The final PBL winners for 20018


NEWS Of The Area has been proud to bring the Community the Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) winners for 2018, and last week saw the final instalment of the initiative.

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The PBL winners for this week were; Telia Dolstra from Hunter River High School for her contributions to the Raymond Terrace Community initiative for Remembrance Day 2018.

Nayte Pankhurst-Smith from Irrawang Public School for the respect that he demonstrates for the local environment.

Nayte used his own initiative and collected rubbish around the local area and disposed of it properly on his way home from school.

Abby Keeley from Medowie Public School for showing a respectful and responsible attitude during band practices and performances.

Abby has mentored new band members this year, and always sets and packs up band equipment.

She does this both inside and outside the school setting without being asked.

Lylah Martyn from Salt Ash Public School for always demonstrating what it means to be a nice friend to all of her peers.

She displays these values each and every day at school and in the community.

Kanye Knox from Seaham Public School for being a fabulou help whilst stage 3 were on camp. Kanye took on the responsibility of all jobs while the students were away.

Clair Dyson from Raymond Terrace Public School for demonstrating the PBL community values of acting responsibly and showing respect when performing at the Hunter River Showcase.

Tequarn Tickner from Karuah Public School, who was observed with outstanding manners in the community whilst attending the swim scheme program.

He was holding the gates open, not only for his peers, but also for the general public as well.

Sibella Rowen from Irrawang High School, who is actively and happily involved in numerous programs at school, including the ‘lead 2 recycle’ campaign and CAPA, consistently displaying our school expectations of respect. Responsibility and personal best.

Awards were also presented to people within the community who have played a part in the PBL program, including News Of The Area for supporting each week with an article published on the winners. We were honoured.

Congratulations to the final group of PBL awardees for this year.

Each student has been nominated for displaying the PBL values within our community.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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