Isis High cleaner hangs up his broom
THE spotless grounds, offices, classrooms and amenities blocks at Isis District High School are due to the dedicated team of hard working cleaners.
It’s a position Neil Joice took pride in and set high standards.
Sadly principal Allan Cook announced Mr Joice, one of the school’s longest serving cleaners, has ended his service at the school.
“The school operates very effectively because we have a number of employee groups working in a committed way for students and the school,” Mr Cook said.
“One of those groups are our loyal school cleaners,” he said.
“The school staff and students can take pride that their school cleaners have taken pride in their work and pride in themselves to achieve a high standard for the school.
“Neil has taken on a number of roles within the cleaning group over the years and he has continuously worked with dedication,
“Ensuring a clean and hygienic work environment for staff and the students,” Mr Cook said.
Established in 1961, the school has a highly respected reputation built on strong community values and academic, sporting and cultural success.
The school offers quality education to all students to ensure effective preparation for their desired future pathways.
The success at Isis District State High School is due largely to a professional and committed staff and a supportive community.
In an increasingly changing and dynamic society, the best chance students have for later success is to ensure their schooling experience is a positive one that provides an effective preparation for whatever futures they may pursue.
FINISHING UP: Isis District State High School.