Teacher Kate Keogh (centre, second row) was in a sea of colour – red – at Evans River K-12’s swimming carnival. 
Teacher Kate Keogh (centre, second row) was in a sea of colour – red – at Evans River K-12’s swimming carnival. 

High school has swimming carnival

THERE was certainly a lot of colour when Evans River K-12 high school students competed at their swimming carnival at Alstonville Pool.

Student Jared Waters said it was good to see so many participating.

“Everyone was involved and that’s what a good school carnival is all about,” he said.

“There was lots of colour in and out of the water.

“The racing was pretty competitive and that too helps make a successful carnival.

“It was a well-run carnival by our principal, Mr Walker, and the teachers put in a good effort in organising everyone into events.

“Overall, it was a great day.”



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