Wonga has plenty in mind

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - @SCHOOL -

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)

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