During this term, Nightcliff Middle School Stars are taking part in an Indigenous health promotion program – Deadly Choices – as part of Stars Foundation’s dedicated focus on healthy lifestyles and wellbeing.
The program, which aims to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to make healthy choices for themselves and their families, is being delivered by Tracey Thompson through Danila Dilba Health Service.
Every Wednesday afternoon the program will centre around a different topic. The first session was on Leadership and the girls discussed the different ways in which they can be leaders and role models within their own families and communities.
As a strong focus of the Stars program is to contribute to community, the girls were happy to volunteer their time to assist Tracey to prepare a barbeque breakfast for community members every Tuesday morning.