THIS week’s Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) were presented their awards by a passionate community member, Mrs Tara Ball, from Raymond Terrace Bowling Club.
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This week’s awardees were;
Marley Blundell, from Medowie Public School for independently picking up rubbish at the conclusion of the Star Struck matinee performance to ensure the Newcastle Entertainment Centre was left in a clean and tidy state.
Tarran Donn, from Irrawang Public School, for looking after younger students on the bus to ensure they make it to and from school safely.
Jakob May, from Salt Ash Public School, for looking after younger students at Star Struck.
He ensured all students were safe walking through the crowds, continuously doing head counts and even assisted in carrying their belongings.
Faith Wilkes, from Raymond Terrace Public School, for representing her school at Star Struck, looking after members of the Star Struck team, and following the PBL community expectations during the three days and nights of Star Struck.
Ryan Allison, from Irrawang High School, for volunteering at the school breakfast club on a regular basis for many years.
Lachlan Johnson, from Karuah Public School, for following instructions and using excellent manners in the local IGA.
Stella Sandeman, from Grahamstown Public School, for looking after the younger students at Star Struck.
Laura Moir, from Seaham Public School, who found a considerable amount of money in the playground.
She ensured it was reported to the school, and returned to the student who lost it.
Joanna Downey, from Hunter River High School, who is nominated for her caring and respectful manner.
She was a wonderful role model for younger students during an Aboriginal dance performance.
After the performance, Joanna took time to thank the performer and helped out by carrying equipment back to the performers car.
Congratulations to this week’s winner, it is wonderful to see so many young people every week conducting themselves in the PBL way.
By Rachael VAUGHAN