Student Parliament asks for more bike racks

A Student Parliament was held at Umina Beach Public School on Wednesday, September 16, according to a report by students in the school newsletter.
Two motions were discussed.
The first was to have a choice of working inside or outside.
The second was to have no speeches for the end of year farewell.
Both motions were defeated.
Previously, a motion to have new flags to replace the old ones at the school was successful.
A letter was sent to Federal Member of Parliament Ms Lucy Wicks.
Her office contacted the school and said they were happy to supply us with three new flags.
One of the Student Parliament members would pick them up.
A sports mufti day was approved for Friday, September 25, the last day of term, with a gold coin donation.
The Senate decided to donate all funds raised to Central Coast Kids in Need.
The Senate also passed a motion asking for more bike racks, because the bike rack had been overcrowded.
school was reported to be looking at extending the bike rack.

Newsletter, 22 Sep 2020
Lyn Davis, Umina Beach Public School