Cowra Public School ASSEMBLIES
PRIMARY 2.30pm Wednesday 2.30pm in the auditorium
INFANTS Friday 2.30pm in the auditorium
Will Graham, Talara Munro, Hope Booker, Emmett Langton, Alexander Ward, Ryan Kennewell, Tallis Bell, Mitchell Blair, Mason Russell, Elijah Carter, Katie Collins, Charlie Duclos, Jayden J Brown, Brayden Harris, Sarah Buckley, Lavinus Howarth, Graham, Angel-Rose Hughes.
W1 will run the Assembly and A1 will perform an item.
PBL AWARDS The
following students have gained
sufficient gotchas on the school’s PBL Program to receive an achievement certificate. The students received their certificate for being respectful, on task and safe.
Quadruple Silver Achievement Certificate (300) PRIMARY: Chloe Harding, Emilie Browne
Quadruple Blue Achievement Certificate (280) PRIMARY: Hannah Buckley, Jaylee Dunn
Quadruple Yellow Achievement Certificate (260)
PRIMARY: Joshua Pokoney, Chloe Wolfenden
Triple Silver Achievement Certificate (220) PRIMARY: Heidi Osborne, Anja Gower, Ashleigh Saunders
Triple Blue Achievement Certificate (200) PRIMARY: James McCormack, Millie Casey, Kohan Kachel, Jessica Hendersen
Triple Yellow Achievement Certificate (180) PRIMARY: Adam Thain, Eddie Chapman, Nashwa Bakini, Jazmyn Carter
Double Gold Achievement Certificate (160) PRIMARY: Brodie Graham, Tess Roberts, Xander McMahon, Jordan Ryan
Double Silver Achievement Certificate (140) PRIMARY: Annabella Morandin, Diana Stojanovic, Brooke Graham
Double Blue Achievement Certificate (120) INFANTS: Mac Webster
Double Yellow Achievement Certificate (100) PRIMARY: T’Sharnah Murray INFANTS: Archie Osborne
Gold Achievement Certificate (80) INFANTS: Jacquie Long, Elliot Blee
Silver Achievement Certificate (60) INFANTS: Chloe Horne, Nikolai Paki, Nakeya Ryan
Blue Achievement Certificate (40) PRIMARY: Nathaniel Blake INFANTS: Tyreece Simpson, Mason Russell
Yellow Achievement Certificate (20) INFANTS: Ella Kilby, Ryan Matijak
Lavinus is pictured with her family and the presenter, Mrs Angela Colovito
LACHLAN NAIDOC PUBLIC SPEAKING CHALLENGE
The second NAIDOC Public Speaking Challenge which was sponsored by the Lachlan Catchment Management Authority took place in Forbes on last Tuesday.
Primary schools from across the Lachlan region entered teams
of students with each team
consisting of an indigenous and a non-indigenous student. The topic for the day was “The History of the Tent Embassy”.
Cowra Public School entered two teams. Jemma Pokoney and Jaylee Dunn presented extremely well and were awarded first place. Our second team consisted of Bayley Webster and Janama Lambshead. Bayley and Janama did an excellent speech and were very unlucky not to come in second, losing to St Lawrences’ of Forbes by just one point.
Jemma and Jaylee will now compete again at Dubbo in Term 4. The girls have won a shield which will be displayed at the school for the next year, a trophy for the school to retain and an ipad.
All students worked extremely hard to prepare for this event and were excellent advocates for Cowra Public School on the day.
The group would like to thank Mrs Garling who accompanied them to Forbes and Mrs Day for coaching them,
speeches and getting them ready for the competition.
Congratulations and well done, Jemma, Jaylee, Bayley and Janama.
INFANTS AUSSIE FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE LAVINUS HOWARTH
Lavinus received her award for being a very enthusiastic student who stays on task and happily completes all work to a high standard. She is always very helpful and has beautiful manners. Lavinus shows respect
for her family, school and teachers. She wears her uniform with pride and is a wonderful role model for all students. Bayley Webster Jemma Pokoney
them with their
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