More than 200 primary school students will discover more about their natural surroundings during a day of activities at the Cube Wodonga on Thursday.
Co-ordinated by the North East School Environment Education Directory, the topics include caring for water ways, reducing waste, energy, understanding biodiversity, sustainable living and Aboriginal art.
The schools include St Monica’s, St Francis of Assisi, St Augustine’s, Grace Christian College, Victory Lutheran College and Wooragee Primary School.
Choristers grab their chances
Border singers are among 40 students taking part in the six-day Riverina Choral Camp, which starts in Wagga on Sunday.
Forty students in years 4 to 12 will represent 21 Riverina schools, including Albury High School, Albury Public School, Billabong High School and Table Top Public School.
Facilitator Holly Rose said the camp was a prerequisite for selection to Riverina choirs for state events and the Schools Spectacular.
“The experience of the camp can lead to further opportunities,” she said.
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