Tomorrow’s leaders step up
Student leaders and graduates for 2018
THE teachers at Dulacca have been supporting us our entire time.
The Dulacca community are always helping us out with events such as our sporting carnivals including our annual winter athletics carnival, fundraising events and through our P&C.
The learning facilities are wonderful and enable us to excel in our learning areas.
All students here are made to feel included.
Over the seven years that I have been here I have learned how to have more tolerance for others.
I have also developed public speaking skills as we speak on assemblies and acknowledge and thank visitors that have come to our school.
We are a mindfulness school and this year we have been focusing on our health and wellbeing. — Kerri Stiller
HERE at Dulacca State School, being a school leader means being able to create a more in depth relationship with students and staff.
We have been very fortunate to have experienced many things throughout the year.
We have participated in a variety of sporting events and learning opportunities.
These include our many sporting carnivals which we join with other schools in our cluster, Wonder of
Science, excursions to the Wandoan Gym for Ninja Warrior gymnastic activities, Back to the Bush, Harmony Day, Day for Daniel, Clean Up Australia Day, National Day of Action Against Bullying, Australasian Math Olympiad competition, Book Week, ANZAC Day and the Premier’s Reading Challenge. — Fraser Coleborn
I HAVE really enjoyed being a school leader here at Dulacca State School.
I will use the skills I have gained here to carry me through life. I have made many friends through my journey with students, teachers and even parents.
With everything that we have experienced it will be sad to leave Dulacca but we are excited to spread our wings and partake in the next chapter in our life. — Cameron Moran
I will use the skills I have gained here to carry me through life. I have made many friends through my journey — Cameron Moran
OUR FUTURE: Student leaders and graduates Cameron Moran, Kerri Stiller, Fraser Coleborn.
Preparing for the transition to online NAPLAN.
Playing an inclusive game of soccer for Harmony Day.