Students honoured for their contributions to Positive Behaviours for Learning

This week’s award winners and their respective school representatives with Inga Kasch, Raymond Terrace Lions Club Youth Chair.
This week’s award winners and their respective school representatives with Inga Kasch, Raymond Terrace Lions Club Youth Chair.


THIS week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning winners were presented with their awards by Inga Kasch from the Lions Club of Raymond Terrace.

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Inga holds the position of Youth Chair within the Lions Club, and is also heavily involved in other lions programs involving youth – including Youth Exchange, Junior Public Speaking and Youth of the Year.

The winners awarded this week were;

Nicholas Williams from Irrawang Public School, who at saturday sport cleaned up the soccer fields that were not being used, assisted with packing away soccer equipment and generally tidied up, all without being asked.

He showed great pride in assisting his soccer club.

Isis Sheedy from Grahamstown Public School, for her outstanding sportsmanship at a PSSA knockout competition match.
She was positive and encouraging towards both teams.

Caitlin Anderson from Hunter River High School, for her considerate and helpful manner, helping a teacher to find her lost keys and then offering to organise her a lift home if she wasn’t able to find them.

Amelia Sloane from Medowie Public School, for picking up a lot of cardboard that had been blown all over the road without being asked.

Isaac Bills from Karuah Public School, for outstanding behaviour at the sports carnival.

Isaac was always offering assistance and was very helpful at setting up and packing up on the day.

Daniel Hooper from Raymond Terrace Public School, for outstanding contribution and effort in the school choir, extending to Daniel becoming a shining star for the onstage choir at Starstruck.

Sophie Bennett from Irrawang High School, for volunteering at our school breakfast club on a regular basis.

Well done Sophie.

Gabby Rooney from Salt Ash Public School, for regularly volunteering to help at Salt Ash Sporting Club.

Tommy Mella from Seaham Public School, who, while assisting with school tasks, always has wonderful manners and goes out of his way to help staff and students.


By Rachael VAUGHAN

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