John Tonkin College's year 7 students enjoyed a night of fun and school culture at the year 7 social on April 5, as a reward for students' positive behaviour and good attendance.
Students who consistently demonstrated excellence, commitment and respect and achieved more than 90 per cent attendance throughout term one were invited to the event.
With a theme that reflected the school's initials, students were invited to come as anyone or anything beginning with a J, T or C.
Costumes ranged from tuxedos to tradies and there was plenty of dress ups, dancing and photo shoots as well as games and competitions on the night.
The JTC Parents and Community (P&C) group volunteered their time to run the concession stand on the night and collected gold coin donations as part of their fundraising efforts for the school canteens.
The social night also played a role in building upon school culture with students, teachers and P&C members interacting in a fun and safe environment.
Students enjoyed seeing their teachers in a setting outside of the classroom, particularly dancing with Mr Sidi, taking pictures with Ms Anderton and requesting songs from 'Country Star' Mr Gregory.
Students who continue to display excellence, commitment and respect and engage in positive behaviour will be invited to another reward experience next term.