Cassia’s Mother’s Day Stall
On Friday May 11, Cassia Primary held a Mothers’ Day Stall, which was a huge success.
The idea for a stall was the brainchild of the Cassia Head Boy, Harrison Wass.
It was designed so that students within the school would have the ability to give their mum a gift for Mothers’ Day, which they might not necessarily have the option of doing.
The items for the stall came from donations within the school community, which was what allowed us to keep the prices low.
No gift for sale was more expensive than $5.00, with many items being 50c.
Students across the whole school had the opportunity to participate in purchasing a beautiful gift to show their mum how much they are appreciated.
The stall, manned by the students in TA7 and TA9, also raised $405.55 for the school.
The money will be used to purchase school resources.
We were overwhelmed with the generosity of families with their stall donations.
There were many handmade gifts, which must have taken a great deal of time and effort to make.
Miss Leed and the TA9 students made innovative magnet art to sell, and Mrs Whitney and the Junior Art Students contributed recycled bead jewellery.
We are extremely grateful to all those who helped us.
Our stall would not have been a success without you.
It was a fantastic idea and one we hope to repeat in the coming years.