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Save the date for the Bourke High School Spring Fair!


Bourke High School Student Representative Council — Logan Lollback, Chad Lollback, Alexandria Sims, Kayleigh Lollback, Kobie Lollback. Photo Layton Holley

The Bourke High School Spring Fair is an opportunity for parents and community members to interact with the students and participate in the fun activities on offer!

The fair, which is the first in the school’s history, will be held on Friday 16th September between 3.30pm and 7 pm, with a big range of market stalls and activities set up by the students.

Event Co-ordinator and head of the Bourke High School Student Representative Council, Alexandria Sims, said the fair is a chance to have fun and raise money for good causes.

“The fair is also about improving relationships with parents and the broader community,” Alexandria said.

“The event’s primary goal is to increase community engagement with the school instead of just putting on a fund-raiser.

“There will be different stalls that will be raising money for various things; for example, the book sale will raise money for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, and the Year 12 students will be making pizzas to raise funds for their formal at the end of the year.

“As a school, we hope that the fair will bring greater interactions with the parents of our students.


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