Three proud decades of achieve­ment

Joondalup Times - - NEWS -

THIS year marks 30 years since Woodvale Pri­mary School opened its class­room doors.

Prin­ci­pal Neil McCallum said dur­ing this time, 4244 stu­dents had grad­u­ated, with many go­ing on to “lead suc­cess­ful lives and work in a va­ri­ety of fields”.

He said some of the school’s “il­lus­tri­ous alumni” in­cluded Bea­z­ley medal­list Ni­cole Kerr, ten­nis cham­pion Casey Del­lac­qua, AFL player Ro­han Bewick, WAFL player Aaron Black, taek­wondo Olympian Tina Mor­gan, soc­cer star Mitchell Oxbor­row, Aus­tralian lacrosse play­ers Alana McKin­lay and Luke Wal­ton and doc­tors Craig Con­nelly and Kira Fel­lows.

To cel­e­brate its 30th an­niver­sary mile­stone, the school is host­ing a re­union for past stu­dents and staff on Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 29.

To RSVP or con­trib­ute pho­tos or mem­o­ra­bilia, email Re­becca Bow­man at wp­s30year­re­

The school would also like to hear from any­one who knows where the time cap­sule has been buried.

“We have had some leads, but no luck as yet,” Mr McCallum said.

Woodvale Pri­mary School foun­da­tion stu­dents, whose chil­dren now at­tend the school.

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