Aboriginal students and staff shine The prestigious ceremony was held at Westport Public School on November 6 with Aboriginal and non Aboriginal teachers, departmental staff, community members, and schools also acknowledged.
This resulted in forty five students, twelve staff, two community and four Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG) Presidents being presented Aboriginal Education Awards. Matilda Lavelle from Port Macquarie Public School and Ashton Daley from Tacking Point Public School received Outstanding Student Participation Awards. Sophie Oakshott from Tacking Point Public School and Hayley Gibbs from Port Macquarie Public School received Academic Awards. Lukeus Jones from Port Macquarie Public School and Jennifer Bobongie Hastings Secondary College Westport Campus received an Encouragement Award An Outstanding Contribution to Educational Award was presented to Philip von Schoenberg is at teacher Westport and Port Macquarie Public Schools, Mavis Saunders Heath of Westport Public School and Jamie Donovan, Aboriginal Student Liaison Officer at Port Macquarie Office. Philip von Schoenberg is a Learning and Support teacher. He has a long history of supporting the improvement where can i buy ray ban sunglasses of educational outcomes for Aboriginal students and staff. Wayne Anderson is the Aboriginal Education and Engagement Advisor in the Port Macquarie Office has been in this role since 2011. He received an award for Outstanding Recognition of Education Service to Aboriginal Student Achievement in Public Education. Uncle Bill O'Brien was acknowledged with an Outstanding Contribution to Educational Achievement by a Member Award for his tireless contribution to education. Uncle Bill is known across all Port Macquarie school communities for his wonderful Welcome To Country, cultural knowledge that he shares with students and staff, support of the Burraydjarr Aboriginal Youth Group and input to Reconciliation and NAIDOC. Principal at Port Macquarie Public School, Brett Thurgate, accepted The School Partnership Award, having made it a priority to have all staff trained in ray ban wayfarer 2132 cultural teaching called '8 gafas ray ban precios Ways' and complete Connecting To Country. NSW Department of Schools have a Partnership with the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc.
Helene Jones, president of the Hastings Local AECG, was presented a Certificate of Appreciation for cheap ray bans wayfarer her work leading the Hasting LAECG over the past 12 months. Mr Mark Youngblutt, the Director Public Schools Hasting Network said it was impressive to so many young people achieving exemplary academic, sporting and leadership outcomes in our schools. " This is a result of parents, extended family and schools working together to set high expectations and supporting our young people to achieve these," he said.
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