IT was pizza all round at West Bathurst Public School on Thursday as students enjoyed a fundraiser meal deal day for the school
Canteen supervisor Julie Bailey said the meal deal days are held at the school once a term, with all profits going back to purchasing resources for the students.
All up around $1300 was raised from the lunch, with close to 220 pizza quarters being sold.
Mrs Bailey said it was a great day, which could not have happened without the support of Dominos which donated 54 full size pizzas.
Operations manager, Thomas Dibley, a former student of West Bathurst, said he was happy to support the event, and has done so for the last three years.
Mr Dibley said he can remember having meal deals at West Bathurst canteen back in the day when he was at school.
"Julie was our canteen lady then and we had chicken nuggets ....kids always like Dominos Pizza so we thought we'd spice it up a little bit for them," he said.
Mr Dibley said Dominos love nothing more then supporting the local community.
"We support a lot of sporting teams and Bathurst schools, wherever we can help out," he said.
"We also gave 1200 pizzas to the Christmas Miracle Appeal. For us it's all about giving back to the community, supporting the people who support us."
To thank Dominos for their support of West Bathurst, volunteer Donna Lewis gave the staff hand made quilts featuring colours of their favourite football teams.
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