To mark the special event of the 50th Anniversary of Kenmore State High School this year, the Student Leaders have decided to design their very own 50th Anniversary Time Capsule, which will be housed at the school, and will be re-opened 50 years’ time.
The plans for the Time Capsule were unveiled at the recent 2022 Kenmore State High School Open Day, where Principal Paul Robertson and Student Leaders were presented with a commemorative plaque by Dr Christian Rowan MP, State Member for Moggill, following a special ‘Through The Decades’ visual presentation for past and present students.
Dr Rowan said the special event was the latest in a number of celebrations that have been organised by the school, given the significance of the occasion for so many generations of the school’s teachers, students and staff.
“It has been wonderful to join so many past and present students, parents, teachers and school staff and celebrate 50 Years of academic, cultural and sporting excellence at Kenmore State High School.
“As the local State Member for Moggill and Shadow Minister for Education, it was terrific to also celebrate and attend the annual P&C Queensland P&C Day Luncheon, which coincided with the 50th anniversary celebrations, and was hosted by the students of Kenmore State High School.
“It was terrific to also see our local P&C members and volunteers from both Kenmore State High School and Moggill State School be formally recognised and celebrated at the P&C Day Awards.
“My congratulations to Principal Paul Robertson, and all Kenmore State High School students, families and staff for hosting these terrific celebrations, including a special 50th Anniversary School Assembly with former Principal Jeff Shepherd, as well as a fantastic Gala Dinner.”
Kenmore State High School is inviting suggestions from the community as to what should be included for the 50th Anniversary Time Capsule that best represents 2022.