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A JUBILARIAN celebration was
held in Berri recently to thank and
congratulate local school staff for 25
years of service to Catholic education.
Recognised jubilarians included
current Riverland principals Don
DePalma (St Joseph’s Renmark),
Ros Oates (Our Lady of the River)
and Brett Czechowski (St Albert’s
Catholic School), teachers Karen
Cash (St Albert’s), Greg Reeks, Ruth
Daws (St Joseph’s Renmark) and Lyn
Moldovan (Our Lady of the River),
and ancillary staff member Jennifer
Ling (St Albert’s).
Teacher at St Joseph’s Renmark,
Greg Reeks, said each jubilarian felt
honoured to be recognised for their
“Being a teacher is a rewarding
and honourable vocation and to be
acknowledged for 25 years of service
is a real milestone in what is a very
demanding and challenging career,”
“The event affirmed that the suc-
cess of schools is based on the dedi-
cation and commitment the teachers,
principals and support staff give to
their students to achieve success.
“Catholic education has played
an important role in education in the
Riverland and many students have
benefited from it and achieved great
Mr Reeks said the return of
Catholic school students to the educa-
tion profession was testament to the
work done in the Riverland.
“At St Joseph’s Renmark there are
five people working at the school as
a teacher or education support officer
who I have taught,” he said.
“This is a testament that many peo-
ple taught in a Catholic school come
back to that school or continue in the
Catholic education system.”
Lee Abela, principal of St Joseph’s Barmera, Ros Oates, principal of Our Lady of
the River School, and Brett Czechowski, president of St Albert’s Catholic School
at the Catholic education jubilarian celebration recently. PHOTOS: supplied
Chris and Angela Grimes, both of Mount Barker, Greg Reeks, of Berri, Karen
Cash, of Loxton, Debbie and John Pick, both of Renmark, and Mark Cash, of
Loxton, attended a jubilarian celebration recently.
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