School showcased to prospective students with fun day

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Jessica Coppock, Michaela Stoffberg, Marshall Bowey, principal Melissa Walker, Megan Elliott and Ben Battley.
Camera IconJessica Coppock, Michaela Stoffberg, Marshall Bowey, principal Melissa Walker, Megan Elliott and Ben Battley. Credit: Michael Traill

Narrogin Senior High Schoolhosted itsP&C Open Day and Market Fair last Saturday.

Rebecca Pense, Jack Giles, Takayla Pense and David Fung with student STEM projects.
Camera IconRebecca Pense, Jack Giles, Takayla Pense and David Fung with student STEM projects. Credit: Michael Traill

Attendees were invited to look at programs and learning opportunities at the school.

Scarlett Gee and Teacher Maxine Clark during a rat dissection demonstration.
Camera IconScarlett Gee and Teacher Maxine Clark during a rat dissection demonstration. Credit: Michael Traill

The arts and sports were on display, showing off the students’ achievements this year.

Caleb ODonoghue, Head of Science John Johnson and Jacob Fitzsimmons during a rocket demonstration.
Camera IconCaleb ODonoghue, Head of Science John Johnson and Jacob Fitzsimmons during a rocket demonstration. Credit: Michael Traill

The event included demonstrations from STEM (science,technology, engineering and mathematics) classes, including the launching of rockets and the dissection of rats.

Taylah Licence and Eliza Coppock.
Camera IconTaylah Licence and Eliza Coppock. Credit: Michael Traill

Local business owners also had the chance to show off their products in stalls.

Jydan Lanciano, Ashley Edmonds, Ingrid Tipton and Tahlia Edge.
Camera IconJydan Lanciano, Ashley Edmonds, Ingrid Tipton and Tahlia Edge. Credit: Michael Traill
The NSHS concert band.
Camera IconThe NSHS concert band. Credit: Michael Traill

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