Oberon students have been busy but get ready to wind down as the year comes to an end

FAREWELL: St Joseph's Year 6 cohort with teacher Mrs Brown. Picture: SUPPLIED
FAREWELL: St Joseph's Year 6 cohort with teacher Mrs Brown. Picture: SUPPLIED

Our Year 6 Students along with their parents and the St Joseph's staff enjoyed a lovely evening together on Tuesday, November 30 to celebrate the end of their primary education.

CELEBRATE: Year 6 cutting their cake. Picture: SUPPLIED

CELEBRATE: Year 6 cutting their cake. Picture: SUPPLIED

Many thanks to Mrs Brown and Mrs Pointon for their efforts in making the night such a success.

CHRISTMAS TIME: Jasmine and Jasmin. Picture: SUPPLIED

CHRISTMAS TIME: Jasmine and Jasmin. Picture: SUPPLIED

Next Monday is the final transition session for pre-kinder this year. The children have settled in incredibly well.

We look forward to welcoming them to our school on a daily basis in 2022. Each family will receive an information package on Monday that details everything you need to know about beginning Kinder including starting dates and times as well as your child's Best Start testing date and time.

LEARNING: Children enjoyed class activities. Picture: SUPPLIED

LEARNING: Children enjoyed class activities. Picture: SUPPLIED

Many thanks to Mrs Clancy Dowling, Miss Meghan Booth, Mr Glen Brown, Mrs Samantha Robinson and Miss Jessica Burgess for their coordination of the program.

Year Two participated in a reflection day in preparation for the Sacrament of Penance. The following students celebrated their First Reconciliation in the evening: Cooper Dwyer, Macey Foley, Mackenzie Gilmore, Ivy Pearce, Elena Rawlings, Lacey Rayner, Charlie Simmons and Sophie Weber.

Oberon Public School

LEADERS: Carly Fagg, Jimmy Ryan, Baylee Armstrong and Lucas Holland. Picture: SUPPLIED

LEADERS: Carly Fagg, Jimmy Ryan, Baylee Armstrong and Lucas Holland. Picture: SUPPLIED

Congratulations to the following students who were elected by the students of Oberon Public School to represent them as the 2022 leaders of the school: Carly Fagg, Jimmy Ryan, Baylee Armstrong and Lucas Holland.

Well done to all of the Year 5 students who ran for the election. The school is very lucky to have so many excelling students at Oberon Public School.

BREAKFAST: Wyatt Day and Jesse-James Day enjoying the most important meal of the day. Picture: SUPPLIED

BREAKFAST: Wyatt Day and Jesse-James Day enjoying the most important meal of the day. Picture: SUPPLIED

Oberon High School

Oberon High School's free breakfast program commenced on Monday, November 22.

The program will run on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings between 8.30am and 8.50am. There are various breakfast cereals, toast and spreads and drinks on offer.

Breakfast is available in the hospitality area and all students are welcome to come and enjoy some breakfast before first period.

We have been extremely fortunate to secure ongoing assistance from Food Bank and the local Mawhood's SUPA IGA.