SSO Week (August 16-20) is an opportunity to celebrate the great work of non-teaching and support staff in public schools across the state. At Port Lincoln High School, we value the enormous contribution of our ancillary staff, including Grounds and Aboriginal Education workers – this was acknowledged at a celebratory morning tea earlier today.
During the festivities, PLHS Principal Mr. Todd George publicly offered thanks to our SSO’s on behalf of the teaching staff/leaders, then read the following message from the school’s parent body…
“Dear School Support and Administrative Staff of Port Lincoln High School,
We would like to thank each of you for the important contributions you make every day to our children’s learning and personal development. Your work in team with teachers and leaders make our children’s school a place for belonging and respect.
A thriving and happy daughter or son at school makes for a happy and productive home life for family. Pats on the back and “congratulations” for doing a challenging and important job so well.
Enjoy your celebrations.
Brian Gabb & Latisha Proude,
on behalf of the PLHS Governing Council and parent/carer community“
Thank you to all 43 of our current PLHS SSO Staff: