Teachers get thanks for work
BIBOOHRA State School teachers received recognition for their hard work from appeciative students for World Teachers’ Day October, 27.
Students showed their teachers how much they honoured their dedication and valued all their effort with thank you cards and little gifts.
Biboohra State School acting principal Ruth Ernst arranged a massage for the teachers relaxation and as a special thanks.
“We gave the teachers 15 minutes of relaxation with a massage, scented candles and relaxing music to help them unwind,” she said.
“It was a nice way to just say thank you for all their hard work.”
Ms Ernst explained to students the tireless efforts their teachers put in every day to make sure they were achieving to their full potential.
“Make sure you give them a big smile and a thank you,” she said.
Biboohra State School year 3/4 teacher Mrs Aileen Fronda, year 1/2 teacher Mr Ben Watson, prep/year1 teacher Ms Jan Cois-Tulloch, acting principal Ms Ruth Ernst & year 4, 5 and 6 teacher Ms Kate Abberton enjoy the gifts from students for World Teachers’ Day.