HRIS success for Calrossy Junior and Secondary students
Congratulations to our Calrossy Junior School HRIS representative team who won the overall HRIS Team point score trophy in Newcastle last week. The students scored the most team points per student according to School population. There were some outstanding results including Jacob Price who took out first place in the 8 Yrs division and many others who placed in the top 10 in their divisions.
The Calrossy Secondary HRIS results were also amazing despite the students competing on a very soggy track. Larissa Smyth and Abbie Peet both took out 1st placings in their divisions, Charlie Osland placed third, Ella Ridley and Lucy Gailsford also scored top ten finishes with a 4th and 6th respectively. Annabel Sadlier's third and Mia Rassmussen's 8th placings gave Calrossy three in the top 10 placings for the 17 Yrs Girls Division. We would like to say a huge thank you to all of our students and the staff who accompanied them.
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