FOR staff members, parents and volunteers there is a lot to love about Glennie Heights State School.

There were plenty of memories shared at Saturday's 55-year gathering.

For 28 years Hazel Charles has been helping kids safely get to school.

The long-serving lollipop lady has produced two generations of students.

"I have three grandchildren that still go here and there's another one to come," she said.

"I love seeing the kids that I helped cross the road, crossing with their own kids."

Lillian McBean sent all five of her children to Glennie Heights.

"I used to enjoy being part of the ladies auxiliary, P&C and tuckshop," she said.

"It was a great school to be involved in."

After 33 years as the school's cleaner, Margaret Kluck still enjoys each day of her job.

"I think it's a great place to work. I enjoy the friendships with the children," she said.

Working in the office, Glennis Hagenbach saw the best of the school.

"It's always been a lovely little school," she said.

"Everyone helps each other out. We all pitch in together."



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