Isis High cleaner hangs up his broom

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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.

PHOTO: JODIE DIXON

FIN­ISH­ING UP: Isis Dis­trict State High School.

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