New teachers at Hennessy

Mrs Trazel Scott isn’t the only new face at Hennessy Catholic High School this year with the arrival of four new teachers to the team.

NEW FACES: Garth Kummerow, Rebecca McDonald, Sam Dunk and Tony Collings have joined the teaching team at Hennessy Catholic College. Picture: Rebecca Hewson.

NEW FACES: Garth Kummerow, Rebecca McDonald, Sam Dunk and Tony Collings have joined the teaching team at Hennessy Catholic College. Picture: Rebecca Hewson.

Mrs Rebecca McDonald has taught at both Catholic and Independant schools and is in her thirteenth year of teaching classes in Food Technology, Hospitality, Design and Technology and Textiles Technology.

“I am looking forward to teaching at Hennessy,” Mrs McDonald said.

Mr Garth Kummerow went to High School in Cowra. He has an interest in sports and the outdoors and is invested in promoting rural NSW.

“I like to promote rural and regional NSW and have worked in different parts of Western NSW,” Mr Kummerow said.

Miss Sam Dunk is pleased to be working in the PDHPE department at Hennessy Catholic College. She is a new teacher to the Catholic system, having previously been on the staff at Young High School last year.

“I am already learning so many new and exciting things that will help both the students and myself in the classroom.

“I am excited and looking forward to meeting all the students and working with them,” Miss Dunk said.

“I am happy to be joining the staff at Hennessy Catholic College,” new science and TAS teacher Mr Tony Collings said.

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