Teachers defiant on plans at school
THE Warwick Queensland Teachers Union is urging the community to attend Warwick State High School's master plan meeting tonight to voice its opinion before it's too late.
Secretary of the Warwick branch Janet Karle said the union would make a submission about their dismay with the plan and everyone else should put forward their own thoughts on the plan.
"The Queensland Teachers Union Warwick Branch members are not happy with the plan in its present form," Ms Karle said.
"It is our belief that the plan does not in fact address some of the problems which are apparent to us."
Tonight marks the second community consultation of the plan, with the first in December last year.
WHS principal Cheryl Dossetto said she was excited to present the plan to the community and encouraged all who had an interest in the school to attend - no matter their opinion.
"It's very exciting to have a masterplan like this to point us forward, especially seeing as it's our centenary," Ms Dossetto said.
"A hundred years on and we've got the blueprint to move us forward.
"All are encouraged to come along and voice your opinions and give feedback on the plan," she said.
P&C president Mark Wheeldon said the community needed to get involved to see developments happen.
"The more people that come along and know about it and know what it's about, the more pressure and determination there is for these things to happen quickly," Mr Wheeldon said.
"Not only existing members but those coming from primary school - it's going to affect them more than anything."
Tonight at the Warwick High School Great Hall on Victoria St at 7pm.