FACING the fear of the unknown through the COVID-19 pandemic left a local year 12 student “scared” and “stressed” about her senior year, which she was told was going to be the best of her life.
GOWNS and suits will remain in closets for many senior students this week after two Riverland schools postponed their proms due to recent COVID-19 restrictions.
COUNTING the cost, but optimistically looking forward.
THE Loxton Rotary Club last week held an awareness and fundraising event for the worldwide eradication of polio.
BLIND Cricket SA hosted its first coaching clinic at Glossop High School recently to work with a vision-impaired year 9 student and give her classmates an insight and understanding of her condition.
A NUMBER of local students achieved accredited learning and acquired vocation skills recently through their school’s flexible learning centre.
A TIME capsule filled with artefacts for future generations and plinths recognising prominent members of the Barmera community is among several projects planned for the town’s upcoming centenary.
A LOXTON woman passionate about giving back to the community has been listed as the “perfect candidate” for a Mardi Gras senior ambassador, according to the event’s committee.