Wonga has plenty in mind
THE year is off to a wonderful start at Wonga Beach State School, with students looking forward to an exciting year ahead. With plans for new environmental projects, bike safety programs, community events and fun and engaging learning experiences,it is sure to be a great time at Wonga Beach State School.
New partnerships with organisations across the Far North means that WBSS students can spread the message of sustainability to the wider community as well as making a positive impact to projects that extend well beyond the school grounds.
The 2018 student leaders have also been working hard on organising fundraising opportunities that will benefit organisations that provide support services to children, including their upcoming Sweet Hearts Day, which raises vital funds for children suffering heart problems.
Wonga Beach preps (above). Right: School captains Lachlan Frisian and Charli Osborne, student leaders Charli Reilly and Sophie Wright - being presented their badges on assembly by Wayne Pitt (PLO) and Tracy Mussap (principal)