100% Attendance Term 1 2017

We are extremely proud to announce that the following students attended school every day in Term 1:

Cassandra Angel
Jacob Armstrong
Tyler Armstrong
Jaya Avurapalli
Tiffany Balano
Nina Balayo
Tayla Baum
Dana Bell
Mihael Bezanoski
Verinia Bin Saad
Jinnali Bin Saad
Leo Borch
Mikayle Brown
Taiha Browne
Lacara Buck
Torekana Bule-Turner
Jake Cervi
Sencia Chapotoka
Kelson Charles
Zac Clarke
Hayley Cotter
Kayden Dann
Saxon Dawe
Aurora Dewar
Jamal Doyle
Millah Du Plessis
Ashley Dwyer
Jenna Edwards
Alfa Effendy
Taylor Fahey
Jackson Gould
Imogen Gregs
Jheza May Guazon
MacKenzie Gulland
Sam Gulland
Sajana Gunathilake
Brandon Herwig
Connor Herwig
Jordan Howard
Takudzwa Hunya
Ambrose Italiano
Annabella Knight
Georgia Latham
Montana Lavaki
Theo Leung Kwing Chung
Yuanjun Ma
Melanie Malcomson
Immanuel Manucay
Potaua Matatahi
Thomas McDonald
Kasey McManus
Tara Mellberg
Amanda Mitton
Alvin Ndaba
Merina Ndewere
Emmanuel Ndlovu
Jan Nunez
Jamie Ocampo
Aaron Page
Mekika Pale
Chanille Payne-Gray
Jamilia Pearson
Mathes Perera
Kavin Pitigala
Peeraphat Popila
Robert Punter
Shayan Quazi
Ivan Reyes
Abbie Rogers
Bella Roljic
Isabella Seben
Kate Sheehy
Michael Shepherd
Dominic Spurling
Matthew Stewart
Maddison Tavo
Callum Taylor
Ella Taylor
Amber Tucker
Amirah Waihi
Juan Wakka
Jamall Walker
Lyedith Ware
Lashonte Whitby
Shereen Young
Alicia Zielke
Pascal Zoghbi

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All students who achieved 100% attendance for Term 1 were acknowledged at an assembly during week 2 and the two students pictured here (Isabella Pale & Menushi Perera) won a drawn prize for their perfect attendance.

Regular attendance is critical to achieving academic and non-academic success at school. Improving student attendance and engagement at school is a priority for our school community and we encourage parents/carers to make contact with individual Pastoral Care Coordinators to discuss your child’s attendance and wellbeing.

I look forward to acknowledging those students who have maintained 100% attendance during Term 2.

 

Ms Kelly Summers

Principal

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