She's one of the most recognisable faces at Goulburn High School.
And Alice's role in the school is certainly an important one- something that hasn't gone unnoticed.
Goulburn Soldiers Club recently gave the school a $5000 grant to help Alice the support dog continue her good work.
Alice has worked with students in the Goulburn High Support Unit since she first joined the school community a little over a year ago.
Head teacher of the Support Unit Jacob Sheehan said in that short time, Alice had made a huge difference.
"We've seen massive improvements in some of the kids. Meltdowns have gone down and anxiety and things like that have been so much better," he said.
"Alice goes and sits next to them and knows when something's going on."
The grant money has been used for obedience training with a training service which has been reinforced by her carer and Goulburn High teacher Rhiannon Travers.
Mr Sheehan said students were also involved in Alice's training, walking her on a lead around the school to reinforce what she had been learning.
Some of the grant funds have also been used for her health needs as well as buying equipment such as leads, beds and water bowls for each of the Support Unit classrooms.
Goulburn Soldiers Club promotions and loyalty coordinator Emma McColl said the club was involved with many schools through its grants program, but the grant for Alice was a first.
"It's definitely the first time we've done something like this in terms of a support dog," she said.
"It's good to see her grow and develop all the different skills she's picking up and how she's working with the kids and how much the kids love her."
Goulburn Soldiers Club has also been named as a finalist in the Clubs and Community Awards in the education category for their support of Alice.
Winners of the Clubs and Community Awards will be announced in May.
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