The “Team Bosco” at Bosco College in Engadine in NSW lived up to its name last Thursday with a Superhero themed “Mufti Day” and lunchtime stalls and activities in the main playground raising money for The Leukemia Foundation and the Grant family.
One of their students, Monica Grant in Year 12 was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June and is undergoing chemotherapy treatment in Prince of Wales Hospital at Randwick. It was great to see Monica return to school for this event.
Year 12 students in particular were outstanding in their organisation of the day, including running a cake stall at recess and BBQ’s and other activities at lunchtime . The “Throw a Wet Sponge at a Teacher” stall was a particular success. Overall, over $4000 was raised from the collection of mufti day money and stalls and all members of the school community deserve congratulations for their donations and participation for this worthy cause.
Source: Bosco College NSW