Whilst we were a little sad we couldn’t hold our usual Week 5 assembly, our student leaders still made it around to each class to present the award certificates with Mr Gibson. Congratulations to the following students.
We also had a few students who were presented with Gold certificates in Mathletics, congratulations on your hard work!
Our student leaders have been chatting with fellow students about what the best part of coming back to school is, after being in isolation.
Here’s what some of them had to say.
The best thing about being back at school is……
"Tennis and digging in the sand" – Claire Thompson
"Doing school work at school" – Jack Graham
"Doing more fun things like creating" – Mitchell Marquis
"Seeing all my friends" – Zoe Vernon
"Tennis" – Charlie Maddock
"Seeing friends" – Logan Sellenger
"You can do electives and subjects you can’t do at home" – Tristan Sanders
Breakfast Club News
This term has seen the return of Breakfast Club; with a difference! Students have been able to come to the canteen on Breaky Club mornings to grab something to keep them sustained until recess, or warm up with a hot milo, on these chilly mornings!
We are very grateful for the support from FoodBank, the MDHS P&C Association and the Muka Book Shop. If you would like to contribute to Breaky Club there are a few items not covered by FoodBank that we are always on the lookout for.
If you would like to contribute any of the above feel free to leave them at the front desk. Thank you,