Aboriginal education worker starts
Ettalong Public School has welcomed a new Aboriginal Education worker in Term 2.
"I am thrilled to introduce to you our new Aboriginal Education worker Rheese Bull, who will join us for four days per week until the end of the year," said principal Ms Lynn Balfour.
"Rheese is keen to work with all students as he promotes aboriginal culture and inclusiveness.
"He will also work closely with our Student Wellbeing worker as they organise playground games and activities for all students.
Newsletter, 2 May 2019
Lynn Balfour, Ettalong Public School
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