Zambia is a country consisting of approximately 13 million people with a life expectancy of 38.6 years. Zambia is a country that is in desperate need of our support. If you aren’t already aware Magdalene is currently fundraising for Zambia. Each year group are taking part in contributing to get everyone involved in donating for Zambia.
This Week Year 10 homerooms came together to think of creative and fun ideas that would catch the students and teachers attention to get involved in donating. On Monday Bruchauser gave up their lunch to wash any teachers car if they wished for $15 each. They also sold outside the canteen lolly bags with a mix of yummy lollies. On Tuesday, 10 Dunne gave the students an opportunity to purchase ice blocks after participating in their chosen sports as the weather is starting to warm up students will be looking for something they can have to cool down and enjoy. On Wednesday this week, Sedgwick gave the students a once in a lifetime chance to take on the teachers at lunchtime in an arm wrestling competition if they thought they had what it took to beat them. Also on Wednesday Wilson will be selling milkshakes with the variety of chocolate, strawberry, caramel, banana and vanilla.
On Thursday this week Moore will be selling slushies for the students, which is a great idea with the spring weather taking on. Lastly, on Friday this week, our last day of school Sedgwick will bake different cakes and slices that would definitely appeal to the student to celebrate the last day of term. Also, Hogan are holding a sausage sizzle for $2 each. Year 10 would like to thank all that participated in getting involved in donating money for our fundraising ideas because it is your generous contributions that made this week a great success. THANK-YOU SO MUCH!
Monique Borg, Taylah Earnshaw, Katelyn Hokin (Year 10 Students)