Chatsworth Island students have a new sign to help them in their search for new enrolments to the school.
Chatsworth Island students have a new sign to help them in their search for new enrolments to the school. Adam Hourigan

New sign reflects Chatsworth Island's school pride

THERE is a new sign greeting the families of the village of Woombah this week.

The Chatsworth Island School P&C has been busy running movie nights, school discos, special-themed school lunches and their 'from scratch' canteen to raise much needed funds to supplement the school's various programs.

A sign featuring the school logo, photos of current students using the schools' outdoor spaces for learning and a message board for up to date communication has been sponsored by the P&C Association to create another link with the Woombah community and the surrounding areas.

"It is great for the students and wider school community to see such a wonderful reminder of their school every time they go past this sign," P&C committee member and parent Michelle Phillip said.

"The P&C is always working to support our school and while funds are usually allocated to upgrading technology, purchasing classroom resources and more recently purchasing musical instruments, the committee felt that a visual reminder of the school and a communication point with the community was a wonderful project."



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