High spirits at the Spring Fair

The event raised more than $31,000 for the school.

Tewantin State School ended the term with its annual spring fair, the biggest fundraiser on its calendar of events.

With the threat of Covid cancelling the event ever present, it was with relief and high spirits that it went ahead, raising more than $31,000 for the school.

The monies raised are projected back in to student resources and updating play spaces within the grounds.

Highlights of the day included all three principals being dunked in the dunking machine, the tunnel of terror, photo booth, white elephant and plant stalls and the jumping castles.

Tewantin State School extended its heartfelt thanks to the wider Tewantin community for their ongoing support of this event.