Logo’s many mean­ings

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“Part of the re­brand­ing process is the pro­duc­tion of a new school logo,” she said.

“The change to the logo is sig­nif­i­cant and is ex­tremely mean­ing­ful to all Hali­do­nians.

“The rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the owl in the logo re­lates to the two species of owl that re­side on the school site – the tawny frog­mouth and the boo­book owl.

“With our as­so­ci­a­tion with the Friends Of Yel­lagonga, we have been granted an owl nest­ing box to be lo­cated on our site later in the year.

“The yel­low crown of the owl holds many mean­ings – it is the lill­yarrie flower that is fea­tured in our pre­vi­ous logo, in­cor­po­rat­ing our 30-year his­tory.

“It is also open pages of a book de­pict­ing the end­less sup­ply of knowl­edge, and fi­nally it is a sun­rise sig­ni­fy­ing our new be­gin­ning.”

Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey www.com­mu­ni­typix.com.au d472161

Prin­ci­pal He­len Demiris and Year 6 stu­dents Aven Drewett and El­iza Burgess show off the school’s new logo.

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