There's no better time for a splash in the pool than during the summer.
Well that's what Goulburn West Public School students did on Tuesday, February 9.
School teacher Bron Livesey said the school's annual swimming carnival went exactly to plan, despite COVID-19 restrictions still lingering.
"We managed to have the support of some of our parents who gave great feedback on the day," Ms Livesey said.
"They called it absolutely amazing and claimed it was the best swimming carnival ever."
The weather may not have been the best in the morning, but it cleared just in time for a perfect carnival.
Ms Livesey said without the help of the pool staff and student volunteers from Mulwaree High School, the carnival wouldn't have been as good as it was.
Miss Betts and her team also contributed to a seamless event.
"With her great organising, Miss Betts even found time to put two teacher races into the program as well as novelty events and an aqua aerobics class," Ms Livesey said.
Some competitive swimmers will now move on to the district swimming carnival on Friday, February 26.
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