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Sophie Bunting, Tashani Clarke, Josie Strong and Annabelle Rogers

Coonabarabran High School Music students have been exceptionally privileged this year. Despite all the difficulties associated with Covid-19 and our rural location, students have been able to make excellent progress in Music as a result of some wonderful teachers in New South Wales and Tasmania.

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Students fundraise for Women’s Shelter

Over the last three weeks, students in Year 12 have been fundraising for the Gunnedah Women’s Shelter.

In response to a local need, the shelter will provide crisis shelter to women and children in the area of Gunnedah and surrounds. In conjunction with the SRC, Jimmy Whalan, Ally Richards, Byron Ritchie, Nils Thomas, Harald Nilsson, and Lillie Jones have coordinated a bake sale and a mufti day to raise money. All proceeds will go toward providing kitchen wares for the shelter, including a microwave and kettle.

The shelter will be opening in early 2021, and head of the project, Tracey Reid, has expressed great gratitude for the generous donations from Coonabarabran High School staff and students. The students are hoping to continue the partnership into 2021, with the possibility of volunteering to assist with some gardening at the shelter. Well done to the students who have generously donated their time to this worthy project!​​

Fundraising Mufti Day Friday December 4

Dear Parents/ Carers,

Re: Fundraiser Mufti Day

Tomorrow, our school community, led by the SRC, will be raising funds in support of the Gunnedah Women’s Shelter.

Accordingly, students may wear mufti in return for a gold coin donation.

Kindly note the following:

– Students must wear enclosed shoes
– No short shorts
– No revealing singlet tops
– No inappropriate slogans

Yours faithfully

Ms M Doolan


D7 Garden

Mrs Houley, Tabitha and Will working on the D7 garden.

Over the past 12 months, D7 students have teamed up with Mrs Cottrill, Mrs Houley, Ms Rankmore and the sustainability grant to update our garden area outside the D7 classroom.

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