Students raise $3000 through readathon
Woy Woy South Public School has raised $3000 with 46 students registered in the MS Readathon.
"The MS Readathon inspires kids to read as much as they can, for a great cause," said teacher Ms Kayla McNeill.
Money raised will help fund support services, like the MS Family Camps which aim to provide an opportunity for children who have a parent living with multiple sclerosis to spend quality time with their family.
Ms McNeill said students could read whatever they liked, as much as they liked, during the month of August.
The readathon ends on August 31.
She said students could register online to join their class or the school, if their class was not registered.
Principal Mr Matt Barr said: "We are proud of the effort our students are putting in for such a worthy cause."
Newsletter, 20 Aug 2020
Kayla McNeill, Woy Woy South Public South