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Volunteering

 
School community and volunteering
 
You can get involved at your child's school—it will help you keep up-to-date with what is going on at the school, and help build positive relationships between you and the school community.
Volunteering at school
Volunteers are always welcome to help with:
•tuckshop
•excursions
•reading support in the classroom
•sport—coaching, umpiring or helping out at carnivals
•parent associations
•fetes and other school events.
Contact the school for further information or to register your interest.
 
Blue card
The blue card is a system for monitoring a person's suitability for working with children. Volunteers at schools must hold a blue card before starting, unless they are parents of a child at the school.
 
Parents & Citizens associations
All schools rely on their community to help with decision making in areas like uniforms and behaviour, and to help with funding and supporting school organisations.
Blackbutt State School has an active P & C Association.  Phone the school and become involved.
Keep up to date
 
Read your school newsletters, and check your school website for local news and events.
 
QSchools smartphone app
QSchools app
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Download the QSchools app to find Queensland schools, and stay up-to-date with school news, events, newsletters and announcements.

Complaints
If you have a concern about your child's education or a related issue, you can make a complaint.  Contact the school and ask for an appointment with the Principal.