What an exciting and busy start to Term 4 we have had!!
The 2022 National Wakakkiri Performance, Night of Excellence, our 10th Film Festival, and Grade 5 All-Rounder Day are just some of the wonderful events that we have offered our community.
Our Night of Excellence was a fantastic evening shared with many parents and students, showcasing the amazing talent our school has to offer. I am also proud to announce that Mooroolbark College has taken home a NATIONAL STORY AWARD for excellence in performing arts and raising awareness about Environment for their performance ‘The True Cost’ as part of the 2022 National Wakakirri Story-Dance Festival.
I am extremely proud of the time and effort that has been put into organising and running these events, from both students and teachers. We have all come together as a Team and the hard work was clearly evident. You should all feel proud of our achievements.
Over the last few weeks, I have had the pleasure of interviewing students for the 2023 School Captain positions. It is always such a rewarding experience speaking to students who have shown commitment to the school by expressing their interest in becoming School Captain.
Congratulations to the 2023 College Captains – Ciara Delaney and Carla Hunaidi.
During the next few weeks of Term Four, interviews will be taking place for additional Student Leadership positions. I wish those students who have nominated for these positions, all the best with their interviews and I look forward to announcing the appointments in Term 4.
The College’s Year 12 students will be continuing their VCE exams over the coming weeks and we wish them the best of luck.