Fair success

Chloe Joiner, Indi Joiner, Will Moore and Nafe Joiner meet Santa at St Ita's fair.

Locals came out in force for St Ita’s school fair, which raised almost $15,000.  

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Sell-out night at the Oscars

Ella  Smith showcases her colourful bird costume for a “Rio” inspired segment in St Ita’s Catholic Primary School’s concert.

Warragul & Drouin Gazette, September 8, 2015 St Ita’s Catholic Primary School students excitedly presented annual concert “A Night at the Oscars”. The students from grade prep to six performed two concerts recently at the West Gippsland Arts Centre following

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Special dad time

Nick Saddington enjoys some breakfast with his daughter Harper.

West Gippsland Trader, September 10, 2015 St Ita’s Primary School, Drouin celebrated father’s day on Friday. Students invited their fathers into school early for breakfast and a chance to take in displays of their work. Event organiser Leonie Treller said

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Grandparents and special friends day

l/r- Melody Townsend couldn't hide her smile from Grandparents Garry and Glenys Townsend

There were smiles aplenty when pupils of St Ita’s Primary School in Drouin welcomed friends and family for Grandparents and Special Friends Day.  

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Welcome to Kumiko-San

St Itas Primary School, Kumiko-San

With the introduction of Japanese language studies this year, St Ita’s Primary School in Drouin welcomed   Kumiko-San and Darcy from the Consulate General of Japan. They visited students in grades 3 to 6 to introduce Japanese culture, including Japanese

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Catch me if you can

Lily and Charlie Adamiak made the best of the last days of school holidays playing in the autumn leaves at Burke Street park in Warragul.

Baw Baw and West Gippsland Trader, April 16, 2015 Lily and Charlie Adamiak made the best of the last days of school holidays playing in the fallen leaves at Burke Street park in Warragul. The next week they were back

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A head for figures

Jackie Norman joins her son Matthew and Matthew’s classmate Lialah Rovers for some maths fun at St Ita’s Primary School recently.

Published in the Warragul & Drouin Gazette, December 2, 2014

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St Ita’s Primary School annual fete

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Everything aligns  for successful fete Fine weather – “as good as we could have asked for,” principal Andrew Osler said – almost 4000 people coming through the gates during the day and a profit of about $26,000 made for another

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