Kate Washington MP presents this week’s PBL winners

This week’s PBL winners with Kate Washington MP.
This week’s PBL winners with Kate Washington MP.


THIS week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) recipients are;

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Tyler McLean from Medowie Public School, for noticing that a kindergarten child was upset at soccer on the weekend, and for checking in with them to see if they were okay.

Darcy Lawrence from Grahamstown Public School for participating in ‘World’s Greatest Shave’ by shaving his hair to help raise money at Grahamstown Public School.

Mitchell Low from Irrawang High School, from participating in the Krazi Kosci Klimb to raise funds for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

Lucian Knight from Salt Ash Public School, for displaying great leadership skills at the athletics carnival, particularly with younger students and parents.

Oska Greentree from Raymond Terrace School, for participating with distinction in the Anzac Day services in the local community.

He also volunteers in his cricket/footy canteen as part of his team rotation, and represents his school in sporting competitions with great pride.

Caitlyn Beech from Hunter River High, who is to be commended for her tremendous efforts in being part of the ‘World’s greatest shave’.

She donated her hair so that wigs could be made, and she raised a massive donation for the Cancer Council.

Coby Murnain from Irrawang Public School, for offering assistance at the shops to a mother with two small children by returning items and tidying up their mess.

Stevie Lilley from Seaham Public School for supporting another student who was travelling on the bus for the first time.
Stevie held her hand, and made sure she boarded the correct bus.

Matlida Morriss from Karuah Public School, for displaying great manners in the community.

Her kind and caring nature has been observed and now recognised from a variety of citizens in the Karuah Community.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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