Parkview Public School's Class of 2014 have enjoyed a wonderful Graduation Dinner at the Leeton Soldiers Club to mark the end of seven years of primary education at the school.
Family orientated gathering in excess of 150 people attended the event that attracted relatives from as far afield as Perth and the Central Coast for the event. Principal Travis Irvin shared some memories of the class from their seven years at the school and related the Dr Seuss classic "Oh The Places You'll Go" to the challenges the children will face as they progress to secondary education, while class teacher Matthew Collins added a statistical analysis of the class which brought much humour to the evening.
There were speeches from class members toasting teachers, parents and the broader Parkview community for the roles they have played in the development of the children and of course there was the customary cutting of the Graduation Cake!
Class teacher Matthew Collins was proud of his class for their efforts throughout the year. "The group have really developed into fine young leaders. They have been excellent role models for their peers and as can be seen from their maturity tonight, highlighted by their articulate speeches, we are sending some fine young men and women onto secondary education."
Year 6 will enjoy their final day at Parkview PS on Wednesday, 17th December when the traditional Year 6 March-Out is hosted from 3pm. All interested community members are invited to attend.