The Walgett Community College community is very thankful after Somerton Public School teachers delivered more than $2000 worth of groceries, household supplies, and toiletries on Friday.
Senior students at the Walgett school made these donations up into hampers and then delivered them to families of the school students on Monday, who were very "appreciative of the kindness from the Somerton community".
Somerton Public School principal Kylie Lacey said the school community felt "very proud to have helped" the school in Walgett after they were helped by The Entrance Public School in 2018.
"As a school community it makes us feel really good that we received something last year and we were able to pass on this year," Ms Lacey said.
"We're very appreciative of the support that we got and it was a quick turn around but what was achieved in a matter of days was pretty awesome."
Walgett Community College principal Mark Rudd said the school's community was "in absolute awe" of the donations.
"Our families from the school are very appreciative and it provided wonderful leadership opportunities for our senior students in terms of their organisation and then the delivery of the hampers to the families," Mr Rudd said.
Mr Rudd was the principal at The Entrance Public School in 2018, where he rallied together many donations for Somerton Public School after the school was broken into.
"We've had a connection with The Entrance with what they did and I think this is building another connection," Ms Lacey said.
"It's a good thing to learn from one another ... from different perspectives."