Murgon police officers dropped into Moffatdale State School recently to help celebrate the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.
Book lovers had 12,000 reasons to smile – or rather, 12,000 books to pore over – with the return of Bookarama to Kingaroy at the weekend.
Staff members at St Mary’s Catholic College in Kingaroy joined in the National Day Against Bullying and Violence on Friday, wearing special shirts designed to spark a conversation.
A fun day of touch football at T.J. O’Neill Oval last Friday was the culmination of a special rugby league skills development program in local schools which also aimed to spread a positive message: “Booze You Lose”.
St Mary’s Catholic College hosted a special International Women’s Day breakfast at the Maryknoll Centre in Kingaroy last Monday.
Book lovers beware! There’ll be more than 10,000 books available for you to buy at the 12th annual Bookarama which will be happening in Kingaroy later this month.
Kingaroy State High School captain Abbie Moseling will be representing Kingaroy in the Zone Final of the Lions Youth Of The Year contest.
It’s not often that school students get to talk to a Mars One mission astronaut, assess the quality of local waterways and study examples of rainforests all in the one week.
Not even COVID precautions could suppress the fun and competition at the recent St Mary’s Catholic College swimming carnival.
South Burnett police will be taking to the sporting fields again this week for the Queensland Police Service Rugby League Touch Cup.
St John’s Lutheran School Kingaroy has hired several new teachers and extra support staff to keep pace with a surge in student enrolments.
This year’s Year 12 students are eligible to apply for special one-off $5000 scholarships for tertiary study in 2021, if they come from outer regional and remote locations.
An overgrown piece of land near the Toomey Street entrance to Kingaroy State High School has become a Yarning Circle, thanks to the efforts of the school’s Indigenous students and the generosity of sponsors.
Year 9 students at St John’s Lutheran School in Kingaroy have been making the most of the final few weeks of the school year by getting their hands dirty and learning a few life skills.
Students from four local schools have impressed upon the South Burnett Regional Council the importance of sustainability and recycling.
Proston P-10 students are looking forward to a big year on the rural show circuit after a generous donation to the school by Smithfield Cattle Co.
Saint Mary’s Catholic College annual awards ceremony was a much smaller affair this year but that didn’t stop the smiles on the faces of the proud students as they received their awards.
Registrations are now open for schools wanting to take part in Topology’s “Top Up” music education program next year.
The class of 2020’s odd journey through school was highlighted at the Kingaroy State High School formal on Friday.
Tertiary students in Yarraman and Cooyar will again miss out on the opportunity of applying for a $5000 Council scholarship, thanks to guidelines that stipulate they must have graduated from a high school within the boundaries of the Toowoomba Regional Council area.