PICTURED are some of the students who supported the ‘green’ day at Byron Bay High School last Friday (from left, back) Zuni Dierk, Cody McGrath, Brendan Irwin (front, from left) Tess O’Carroll-McRae, Pascale Dawson, Sophie Hutton.
PICTURED are some of the students who supported the ‘green’ day at Byron Bay High School last Friday (from left, back) Zuni Dierk, Cody McGrath, Brendan Irwin (front, from left) Tess O’Carroll-McRae, Pascale Dawson, Sophie Hutton.

Byron Bay High School students go green

Students at Byron Bay High School turned ‘green’ for the day last Friday and it was all for a good cause.

Last week was International Men’s Health Week and students were encouraged to dress in green clothes as a statement to their commitment to create and maintain respectful relationships.

Students were asked to donate a gold coin and it is expected the school will raise between $300 and $400.

The money will be donated to the Men and Family Centre Inc – a non-profit, charitable community organisation for men and their families.

Relieving principal Ian Davies said the students wanted to show their community spirit.

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