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Harmony Day - Bullying NO way Day


On Tuesday 21st March Charleville State High School celebrated Harmony Day. The day began with a presentation of how many diverse cultures are represented in our school on parade.
Students were then invited to view the multicultural displays and sample some traditional foods in the hall. The students lined up to sample Aunty Lor’s fried scones and enjoyed Darlene’s Indigenous artefacts and activities during the first break. 
 During the second break the students were once again treated to some traditional delicacies but this time with a Maori theme with Ronnie and the Healthy Ageing ladies preparing fried bread for the students, but the highlight of the day was Jacob Hammonds and his Haka performance. Jacob’s performance of the traditional Maori dance impressed everyone in the hall with his passion and pride of his culture.  
Student Council would like to thank all the staff, students and community members who supported Harmony Day 2017. The day certainly was a celebration of our cultural diversity and a day of cultural respect for everyone who calls Australia home in Charleville. 
The next fundraiser for the student council is to support Ryan Henry to help raise funds for the     “Help Kids Like Nick” charity. Student Council will be selling cupcakes for $1 during second break on Wednesday.