This week’s PBL winners presented

PBL winners at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace with their school representatives.
PBL winners at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace with their school representatives.

 

THIS week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) winners were presented on Thursday night at MarketPlace Raymond Terrace by Mr Jason Stokes.

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Jason has worked at Raymond Terrace Bowling Club for the last 11 years.

For the last 2 ½ years, Jason has been the CEO of Raymond Terrace Bowling Club, and he is passionate about the PBL program, witnessing the change in behaviours in local schools that the program has contributed to.

This week’s winners are;

Breony Davis, from Grahamstown Public School, for assisting all students on the bus.

She always acts safely and encourages her peers to also act safely on the bus.

Ebony McGrorey-Clarke from Irrawang High School, for bravely shaving her head to raise awareness and $500 for Beanies for Brain Cancer.

Eva Oakman from Karuah Public School, for having a very pleasant nature when in public and always using her best manners.

Jordan Cadogan from Raymond Terrace Public School, for displaying excellent sportsmanship and respect whilst participating in the Knights Knockout Competition.

Riley Johnson from Seaham Public School, for always being a help and support to staff at Seaham Public School.

Without being asked, Riley offers his assistance to teachers on a daily basis.

Ruby Bennet from Hunter River High School, for demonstrating terrific leadership skills in promoting harmony and building respectful relationships with students from others schools at Starstruck 2018.

Natasha Jones from Irrawang Public School, for volunteering to collect rubbish around the school, whilst her father attended the Irrawang Aboriginal Education group meeting.

Mia Wilson from Medowie Public School for being noticed picking up litter outside of the local shopping centre.

Jylan Sampson from Salt Ash Public School, for always helping other students.

It doesn’t matter if they are smaller, or bigger than him, he always lends a hand.

Congratulations, students.

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