Eugowra Public celebrates Education Week, 140 years

Eugowra Public School will celebrate 140 years of excellence in education, having been established in 1879.

There will be a small celebration from 9am to 11am on Sunday with everyone invited to browse photos and memorabilia and enjoy cake and tea/coffee.

In recent news from the school, Principal Nick Doyle was thrilled with the response to the open classrooms as part of Education Week, when so many family members attended to see all the wonderful things that take place at EPS.

Little Link has returned with a music factor this year. Hannah Nixon will run the sessions which will incorporate play and colouring in. Little Link takes place each Monday 10.30am to 11am.

Mr Doyle extended thanks to those parents who helped with the stall at the Woodfired event.

There is an Antique Motor Bike Rally coming up on 6th October. P & C are catering for Morning Tea. Any help would be appreciated.

If anyone can assist with a cooking or garden activity on a Thursday afternoon please contact Ms Sonia Della Vechia.

EPS Relay team of Hannah, Macey, Ben and Levi won their relay event at the Parkes in the District Athletics Carnival. They will now go on to compete at Dubbo on September 13th.

Family and friends are urged to purchase tickets to the Forbes Small Schools Creative Arts Showcase being held on 23rd September at 5-30pm at Forbes Town Hall. Tickets available at the school office $5-00 per adult - school aged children free. Students will be performing a special dance ensemble as well as those in the Small Schools Choir will be performing.

Students attended St Joseph's Hall for the CWA Country of Study. The children enjoyed researching for the project and producing the artworks and models.

The children have enjoyed Book Week when they were able to dress up as their favourite book character.

The school is looking for old tyres, wooden pallets, wheelbarrows and big pots to use in their garden area to plant flowers and veggies.