Superhero students soared through Pretty Beach Public School with staff and students partaking in a superhero-themed obstacle course on November 12.
The P&C organised fundraiser allowed students to exercise, challenge themselves, and support their peers, all while having fun throughout the course.
Principle Karen Wardlaw thanked the P&C and the broader community for supporting the fundraiser with sponsorship and donations.
“Congratulations to all our students for the fantastic way they participated in our superhero obstacle course with such gusto, despite the hot weather,” Wardlaw said.
“Thanks to parents for supporting students to find, make, and recycle costumes.”
A family pass to TreeTops at Ourimbah was also awarded to students in each stage who helped out others, showcased great sportsmanship, and were considered the best and fairest participants.
“The Craziest Class award went to Year Six, who were enthusiastic, supportive, and encouraging of others, cheering their peers on and assisting with supervising obstacle stations,” Wardlaw said.
“Thanks to the P&C, they win an afternoon of ice cream and board games!
“Thanks again for everyone who participated in this FUN fundraiser, a big shout out to our teachers who put the obstacle course together.”
Newsletter, Nov 19
Pretty Beach Public School