Ex-student returns to Wandiligong
FAMILIAR PATH: Charlotte Sgambelloni with students Vera Clarkson (left) and Kirana O’Donnell who represent part of the next generation of Wandiligong students.
CHARLOTTE Sgambelloni (nee Jordan) is back at Wandiligong Primary School some 19 years since she finished their as a student.
Ms Sgambelloni attended the school from 1995 to 1999 and has now returned in a teaching capacity as she reaches the final stages of her Primary Education degree at Swinburne University.
Citing the small class sizes and friendly atmosphere, Charlotte still remembers many of the school’s sights and resources from when she was a student all those years ago.
“I can still see many of the features I enjoyed from when I was at Wandiligong and it’s great to see how the school has grown and changed over the last 20 years,” she said.
“You can’t escape from getting a personal and individual education in small schools, and I’m really happy to be back in the valley.”
Charlotte’s husband Daniel Sgambelloni teaches grade four/five at Porepunkah Primary School. Minister Morrison again and we will resume our conversation.
“As is my practice, I will continue to look at every piece of legislation on its merits and vote accordingly.”
Ms McGowan thanked the community for its support during the past fortnight.
“I am grateful to all the people who have contacted my office and offered comments,” she said.
“I welcome other constituents who want to share their thoughts.”