Mrs Lane helps Tia, Janae, Laila and Luxie paint the Police Beat Mural for 2019
Principal Dan Stanieg
At this stage, with the information on hand, I have predicted that we will have four classes in 2019, and the make-up of the classes will be similar to those we had this year. This will of course be influenced by our numbers on Day 8, 2019.
Class groupings will be based on a range of aspects including academic, social and emotional well-being, engagement and the number of students we have in each year level. A list of the classes and teachers will be placed on the notice board outside the office on January 24, 2019.
I have been racking my brain for something clever and insightful to write about and that is a difficult task for myself sometimes. In the end, I really wanted to say THANK YOU. Thank you for your ongoing support of the school.
This is a great school where the staff, students and community are happy and the school has a good feel and balance. A balance between a great education and students having the opportunities to experience a variety of activities.
As I have said before, I am proud of Rainbow Beach State School and proud of our achievements in 2018. I look forward to another successful year in 2019.
Grade 6 celebrated with their Graduation Dinner
Annual Christmas Concert
Family and friends watched proudly as the P/1’s did a skeleton dance, 2/3’s sang and signed a song, Excellican’s performed their Excellistan anthem, and the 5/6’s brought a Dr Seuss favourite, The Lorax, to life! They also performed an excellent/hilarious description of their favourite teachers, which had the crowd in stitches!
Bailey Sanderson and Delilah Young were presented the Murray Johnson Bursary Award for their outstanding effort and happy disposition throughout the year.
The school community bid farewell to their senior students, with a surprise group song performed at the end of the evening. Enjoy your holidays, teachers, parents and students! (Look out for our images on Facebook and online.)