Exceptional expo

CHAIRO Christian School’s Leongatha campus opened their doors last Wednesday night for their first ever annual Expo.

Leongatha principal Lisa Dumicich said the expo is a fantastic way for prospective and currently enrolled families alike to recognise student’s achievements

“It’s an opportunity to celebrate the kids and the hard work they’ve put in this year. This way parents can see the hands on stuff that the students are doing in class rather than just read a report,” Mrs Dumicich said.

Display stalls from each subject offered at the campus showcased the work of high-performing students while information stalls offered parents and students the opportunity to discuss subjects with faculty members.

“Our campus caters for students aged Prep to 10, we have an VCE information booth for students transferring to our Drouin campus next year as well as booths for prospective families to see the subjects and activities we have on offer,” Mrs Dumicich said.

The robotics club, production team, French club and woodwork class were just some of the many stalls operating activities for the children.

Faculty members also ran presentations with parents about queries and concerns expressed by parents throughout the year on a range of topics including dyslexia, subject selection and time management.

Federation University also hosted a stand for older students to discuss tertiary opportunities in Gippsland.

“Tonight has been a great success. This is definitely the first of many expo sessions to come,” Mrs Dumicich said.

Expo hits high note: Sophie Lunn and classmate Cassie Piening stand by the ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ school production stand.

Expo hits high note: Sophie Lunn and classmate Cassie Piening stand by the ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ school production stand.

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