Ex-stu­dent re­turns to Wandiligong

Myrtleford Times - - News -

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.”

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