Welcome to 2019’s school year!
This week we held our annual Commencement Assembly and it was heartening to start another year seeing our school’s Mission Statement living in our Moama Anglican Grammar community.
Our Mission Statement is: “To provide a safe and inspiring educational environment that provides students with the skills and confidence to move forward in life.”
At the Commencement Assembly I commented on how lucky our school is to have teachers who work hard living our Mission Statement every day, focussing on doing the very best for the students in their care. But I added that our Mission Statement does not start nor stop with teachers. I explained that all of our students have a role to play in making our school safe and inspiring so that each of us strive to fulfil the legacy that has been left behind by the wonderful group of students that have gone before us.
We celebrated the achievements of one of those groups of students - the Year 12 class of 2018. We also inducted student leaders and wished our Year 12 class of 2019 all the very best as they embark on their last year of schooling. We all look forward to an exciting year ahead.
You will notice in the community section of this Newsletter that there is an opportunity for students (aged 14 to 18) to possibly be involved in the G’Day Space trip to the United States that will be held in December 2019. Information is included in the attached flyer and expressions of interest (tear-off slip at the end of the flyer) can be returned to myself here at school by Wednesday February 27. A representative will be speaking to students at Assembly on Tuesday February 19 and parents will be notified of an evening information session that will most likely occur on Tuesday March 12 once the expression of interest tear-off slips have been returned and collated.
Mrs Kathleen Kemp