Liverpool Plains Shire Counci (LPSC), has agreed to provide $1,350 from its Community Funding Program to assist Wallabadah Public School’s sesquicentennial celebrations being held Saturday September 30 and Sunday October 1.
“Wallabadah Public School (WPS) has always had strong links to its community and people will be coming from near and far to get together, reminisce and to celebrate its 150 years providing quality education to the local community,” LPSC Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope said.
“WPS is a caring, community based infants/primary school, one the locals have always taken great pride and interest in. The school motto is Excellence in Learning and the students enjoy an extremely high level of participation in sport, music and leadership opportunities. There are families who have been living in the area for many generations all of whom have received their initial education at WPS,” he continued.
There is a cordial invitation for ex students and teachers to come along and to relive old primary school day
“During the celebrations there will be a street parade, markets, games and guided tours of the school as well as a dinner/dance at the local hall plus lots more. Council is extremely proud to be able to support this initiative.
“For more information regarding the celebration call WPS on 6746 5512, 9am – 3pm on school days,” Councillor Hope concluded.