Port Stephens students celebrated for positive community contributions

This week’s PBL nominees.

 

THIS week we have seen some extraordinary examples of leadership in the students that have been nominated by their schools for the Positive Behaviour and Learning program.

Leadership can take many forms from encouraging others to leading by example.

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The students nominated for their PBL awards are all examples of excellent members of their school communities and the wider community.

Sienna Donnelly of Salt Ash Public School stepped up in her leadership during the school’s participation in Star Struck.

April McColloch of Medowie Public School has been working on a program to assist other students to connect and make friendships through the school’s soft toy club program.

Johnathan-Lee Doyle of Grahamstown Public School has been encouraging his peers to get involved in the community through participating in events.

While Huxley Rowe showed leadership by assisting visitors to Irrawang High School.

Lily Wright of Raymond Terrace Public School demonstrated leadership at a school sports day.

Grace Haggarty of Seaham Public School was nominated for her positive attitude.

Manners and values saw Kevin Nuygen nominated for his school and Alex Saunders was nominated for his commitment to the environment through picking up rubbish.

The team at the NOTA congratulates all this week’s PBL award nominees.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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