To celebrate our last community access excursion for Term Two, D7 students from the Support Unit, Mrs Houley, Mrs Zell and Mrs Cottrill ventured to Feathers Café to indulge in hot chocolates and milkshakes. Students have gained valuable life skills from participating in this program in areas including literacy and numeracy, road safety, shopping and cooking. Such a program has allowed students to develop their skills and independence. We look forward to community access continuing next term.
“Here are some sneak peak photos from the upcoming production of We Will Rock You on this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 7.30pm and Saturday matinee from 2.30pm. Don’t miss out – get your tickets from Prezzies, School, or at the door.”
On Wednesday 6 June, the Coonabarabran High School Captains, Jessie Dumble and Jarrod Lambert enjoyed periods of torrential rain when they attended a leadership program organised through NSW State Parliament and Government House.
The Warrumbungle Community is attempting to raise $10,000 for the Cancer Council through The Big Warrumbungle Shave.
Eleven well known local identities are having their heads shaved for this including two councillors, Council’s general manager, the local head cop and head ambulance officer, the deputy principal of the high school and a bunch of other luminaries.
The shave is on Friday 15 June at 10.30am in the Coonabarabran Council Chambers.
We all know someone who has been effected by Cancer, so, even if you are not a local, please donate for us on this link: https://tinyurl.com/ybfrzzo. There will also be an auction for the right to do the shaves – so come prepared for that too.
Morning tea will be available too.
We would all really appreciate your support. Thank you in advance.