QAST is dedicated to the promotion and support of Queensland tuckshops and communities in their endeavours to offer nutritious, hygienic and economically viable food services.
We aim to celebrate the dedication, hard work and imaginations of school tuckshops across Queensland.
Take a look at some stories from the amazing convenors working in school tuckshops.
Tammy Drake: Oakleigh State School
The turnaround queen of Oakleigh State School tuckshop, Tammy Drake, has bid farewell to the convenor role, leaving the tuckshop in a thriving position with a focused vision for the future.
Beryl Nicholson: Harristown State School
It’s the end of an era at Harristown State School in Toowoomba, with long time convenor, Beryl Nicholson, hanging up the apron one last time, after 45 years of service.
Deanne O'Neill: Currajong State School
Deanne has been heading up the Currajong State School Tuckshop for the last 14 years, after initially volunteering for 12 months prior to taking on the permanent position.