eCalrossy up and running
A new Calrossy real time distance learning educational program is set to change one 11-year-old's life and health for the better.
The COVID-19 practices we've all been mindful of, like handwashing and social distancing, are just part and parcel to Chelsea Dean's everyday life with Cystic Fibrosis. She is now one of 10 students taking part in Calrossy's distance education from all across Australia.
The 2021 intake of eCalrossy students is made up of six girls and four boys and Chelsea is excited to be a part of the first Year 7 cohort staying at home to learn through eCalrossy, which means she's closer to the animals she dearly loves. To read the full story that appeared in the Northern Daily Leader please click here https://bit.ly/39gdSzG
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(Cover photo and story by the Northern Daily Leader) Dedicated music rooms and independent learning facilities will be the main features of a new building project that commence at Calrossy Anglican School at the end of the year. The new Multipurpose classroom building is part of a further $...
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