Students, teachers and parents are being encouraged to sign up for the Charles Sturt University Schools Challenge in the hope of claiming trophies, cash prizes and all important bragging rights at the Dubbo Stampede. Many local school students and their families have taken part in the Dubbo Stampede. It is great to see young people and families being active and enjoying the outdoors together.
The CSU Schools Challenge provides a way of encouraging participation and community spirit. The idea behind the CSU Schools Challenge is each school tries to get as many registrations as they can, with the school with the most registrations in their category receiving a trophy and $500 cheque. There are three categories to account for schools in the region of different sizes:
- Category A – less than 250 students
- Category B – between 251 and 450 students
- Category C – over 451 students
When any member of your family (or friends) registers for a race, they should choose your school from the list of schools found in the stages of the registration process. The school with the most registrations attributed to them in each category receives a trophy and a cheque, to be presented at a special event. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your school was able to win the relevant category?!
Charles Sturt University Head of Campus (Dubbo) and previous Dubbo Stampede participant, Cathy Maginnis is excited about supporting the local event.