RECOGNISING VICTORIA’S LONGEST-SERVING EDUCATION CAREERS IN THE WERRIBEE ELECTORATE
More than 400 Department of Education and Training staff have been recognised for their dedication to public education, acknowledging those who have achieved 40, 45, 50 and 55 years of service in 2017.
Member for Werribee Tim Pallas today congratulated Catherine Millar on her long-serving contribution to education at the Werribee Primary School. Catherine has devoted 40 years of service in education and her positive impact has been felt by generations of young students.
The 420 recipients from across the state have together devoted more than 17,000 years to teaching, have seen change, led progress and embraced opportunities to help young people thrive.
As the Andrews Labor Government builds the Education State, the example led by these recipients will continue to inspire everyone to do the best for Victoria’s children and young people.
Quotes attributable to Minister for Education James Merlino
“From blackboard, to whiteboard, to smartboard – these teachers have been part of a steep learning curve for all involved in education.”
“Their journeys as education professionals have been at a time of incredible technological and global change.”
“I thank every recipient for the dedication, energy and creativity they have brought to their roles in every day of their careers.”
Quotes attributable to Member for Werribee Tim Pallas
“I wish to congratulate all teachers recognised for their many years of service. Their commitment and dedication for education has been felt by generations of young students within the Werribee community”.