Celebrating 50 years
CENTENARY Heights State High School administration support Julie-Anne Whittaker was delighted with the community support for this year’s school fair, citing an attendance figure of about 2000.
“We were very happy with the support the school’s community showed on the day,” Mrs Whittaker said.
“There was a wide range of activities on the day to showcase the school.
“Activities included a fashion parade, which featured teachers and some Year 11 students, as well as talent shows and attractions.”
This year the fair coincided with celebrations for the school’s 50th year teaching and shaping young minds.
Other activities held throughout the year were the school’s reunion, a First Coat mural and a float for the Carnival of Flowers.
FAIR DAY: Lynette Tranter (left) and Bonnie Waters enjoy the Centenary Heights State High School community fair.
Gabrielle Reimers (left) and her sister Eve Reimers show their skills on the violin at the community fair.
Centenary Heights State High School teacher Jodie Coprum dunked at the ‘dunk-a-teacher’ tank at the community fair. gets
Oliver Murphy and his father Ken enjoy themselves at the Centenary Heights State High School community fair.