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Thursday, May 26, 2022

School News

Leaders appointed at Alexandra P.S.

Jed Birkner and Billie Bermingham are the School Captains for 2020 at Alexandra Primary School. Archie McGahy and Ryan Te Giffel are the Vice-Captains. House Captains are:• Rubicon: George Siotiropoulos and Jaido Synman• Acheron: Dylan Woehl• Goulburn: Blake Coward and Matthew Waixel SRC leaders are Cameron Sloan, Jaime Shawcross, Makeena Hedger and Jorja Jenkins.

Walk to School events throughout Murrindindi

Students from Buxton, Eildon, Middle Kinglake, Yea, Sacred Heart and St Mary’s Primary Schools are getting active as part of Murrindindi Shire Council and VicHealth’s ‘Walk to School’ Program. ‘Walk to School’ kicked off on Monday (Oct. 7) and runs until November 1. VicHealth is running a photo competition as part of the Program and

Indi MP to visit Yea

Indi MHR Dr Helen Haines will visit Yea later this month, and attend a new building ceremony to be held at Sacred Heart School. Sacred Heart Yea is holding a New Building Opening Ceremony on Monday, October 28 at 10 am. Senator Jane Hume will be conducting the official opening with special guest Dr Haines

Disability day at Flowerdale

Students from Flowerdale Primary School celebrated International Day of People with Disability on Wednesday (Dec. 5). Mayor Sandice McAulay said IDPwD is all about increasing the understanding and acceptance of people with disability and increasing public awareness of the issues people with disabilities face. “This was the fourth year Council’s Access and Inclusion Committee celebrated

Centenary celebrations at Strathewen PS

Cindy McLeish, MLA, has told State Parliament of going to the centenary celebrations of Strathewen Primary School. “What a joyous occasion and wonderful celebration it was,” Ms McLeish said. “Dancing, music, singing, art and colour were all constant features. It is incredible to think that such a small community can support a school for such a long period. “There were so

Praise for Eltham HS’s Festival of Music

Parliamentarian Vicki Ward spoke last week in the Legislative Assembly about attending the Festivcal of Music at Eltham High School. “Eltham High School, as this place well knows, has a strong history of music excellence. The performance on this night, as it was on the Thursday night before, was nothing short of outstanding,” Ms Ward