Congratulations Tin Can Bay School Students

Mia Reibel, Brodie Yapp and Ruby Bubke were all fun in the sun

Mia Reibel, Brodie Yapp and Ruby Bubke were all fun in the sun

Tin Can Bay P-10 State School held its 20th Annual Awards evening last Tuesday, and 106 of our students were recognised in academic, sporting and cultural endeavours.

Our event was attended by over 30 community dignitaries, including MP Tony Perret, Gympie Regional Councillor Mark McDonald, Rainbow Beach State School Principal Danny Stanieg, and Damon Rehbein, Deputy Principal at Gympie State High School.

Our School Captains hosted the evening in exemplary fashion, and Captains for 2019 were announced.  Congratulations to all of our 2018 award winners:

Academic Champions for each year level were:

Year 3 –     Taylah Rooks

Year 4 –     Nathaniel Meredith

Year 5 –     Indiana Sinclair

Year 6 –     Jonathon Allen

Year 7-     Isla Gallego

Year 8 –     Stephanie Roby

Year 9 –     Jarrod Alexander

Dux –     Tehmia Masri

Prep went under the sea at the Christmas Concert

Prep went under the sea at the Christmas Concert

Other Special Award Winners included:

Pam Leslie Award: Anjie Geurts (Primary) and Chloe Bath (Secondary)

Indigenous Student of the Year: Janae Katon

RSL Bursary: Tim Brigden

The QCWA Student Education Support Award: Katurah Lea and Jarrod Alexander

Cooloola Cove Residents and Friends Award: Tabitha Pilkington

Year 10 Dux and USC Rise and Shine Award: Tehmia Masri

Congratulations to April Bath who received a USC Rise and Shine Award, the Caltex All Rounder award, Sports Person of the Year, and Volleyballer of the Year.

Congratulations also to our 2019 School Captains, who were announced on the evening:

Junior Captains: Grace Muggleton and Brandon Rob

Junior Vice Captains:  Indiana Sinclair and Josh Hatton

Senior Captains: Charlie Bogodoohoff and Jarrod Alexander

Senior Vice Captains: Stephanie Roby and Chloe Bath

Bradley Bone was the red man in a boat

Bradley Bone was the red man in a boat

Our Year 10 students have participated in a transition activity at Gympie State High School, and a celebration and barbecue at the Aquatic Centre.

The highlight for these students is the Year 10 Dinner, which celebrates their time at TCB, and is an opportunity for our staff to thank these students for their valuable contribution to our school.

We wish them well as they embark on their next education journey.