Due to severe overnight storms, the High School Swimming Carnival scheduled for today, Wednesday February 19, will not go ahead. The pool was impacted overnight by storm debris and damage.
No news yet on any rescheduling, but school will be a normal Wednesday timetable today, with some sport scheduled at school after. Please attend school as usual.
Due to storm damage at the pool (the pool is full of debris) the Coonabarabran High School Swimming Carnival scheduled for today, February 12, has been postponed.
Students are to proceed to school normally. Today will be a normal Wednesday timetable with school sport following.
Newsletter for November 2019
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Dear Parents and Caregivers,
One of the initiatives we are working towards at the Coonabarabran High School P&C Association is to co-fund a Youth worker. The Youth Worker is an important part of the school’s commitment to ensuring the mental well-being of our students. To help our fundraising efforts, we are running a campaign in partnership with the Localvolts Communities Program.
Please see the attached note for further information.
To signup to the program and complete a “mock transaction” you use this link: https://localvolts.com/chs/
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The school community is very proud of the students who represented us at our local ANZAC Day commemoration service. Our School Captains Kiara Hawkins and Liam Russell each read a prayer, Felicty Maher sang beautifully and together with our Vice Captains, Matilda Harris and Angus Lambert, the Captains laid a wreathe to honour the service of the men and women who have served our nation. Matilda Harris proudly led the march as flag bearer.
All of the students were respectful and attentive to the solemnity of this occasion and were fine ambassadors for our school.
See our slideshow of images below.
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The Coonabarabran High School P&C is hosting our International Feast fundraiser at the Dark Sky Party, this Saturday April 6 at the Coonabarabran Racecourse. See all the details below: