FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Graduation and Term Break
by Mr T Kent
It is hard to believe we have arrived at the end of another term. Someone foolishly suggested earlier in the year (maybe it was me) that it would be a little less busy in Term 3. Looking back I am not sure we got that right. It has been a busy, action packed but positive term for students and staff alike. Thank you to everyone – staff, students and parents for a great term – your collective support and contribution to our school makes it the amazing place it is, and I feel very blessed to be part of this community.
Yesterday we officially farewelled our Year 12 students in their Graduation Ceremony, which was a very special event, attended by families of Year 12 and students from Year 6-11. It was a time not only to celebrate the individual successes of students, but to collectively honour each individual student who is graduating for the person they have become as a result of their time here at CCAS. We are very proud of our graduating class and want to wish them well in their upcoming HSC exams and for the exciting futures that lay beyond. As I shared with them yesterday, despite their imminent departure, they will always be students of CCAS, and we will continue to follow their ongoing life journey with interest.
I want to wish all our school families a safe and enjoyable break and look forward to all the students returning ready for the final term on Monday, October 9.