To help celebrate National Youth Week [an annual, week-long celebration of young people (aged 12-25) throughout Australia] we thought we'd chat to a local [Maryborough] school to find out what being involved in the RACV Energy Breakthrough means to them.
Here, Maryborough Education Centre share their final progress report of the year and reflect on a highly enjoyable RACV Energy Breakthrough event. They also say 'farewell' to Doug Marr, a long serving and devoted teacher and team manager.
Let's take a look at some of the likely - and maybe not so likely - contenders lining up for this weekend's 24th edition of the RACV Energy Breakthrough. "When I arrived at the Energy Breakthrough back in 2000, the talk was all about Wonthaggi vs Kurnai for the win. But come Sunday, it was Bendigo Senior and De La Salle racing down to the wire... and it was only decided in the last 20 minutes. They both came outta no where. Will your team be the one that 'breaks through' (sorry, bad pun) from the pack?"
This year, four schools - Cobden Technical School, Jells Park Primary, Maryborough Education Centre and Seymour College - are sharing their journey in preparation for the 2014 RACV Energy Breakthrough. Through four progress reports at the end of each term, you'll be able to find out what the students and teachers have been up to, what's gone well, what's not gone so well and what they're looking forward to in the term ahead.
This year Maryborough Education Centre are sharing thei [...]