Future leaders put hands up for top jobs
MUNDUBBERA State School is getting ready to elect its leaders for 2018, with six students nominating themselves for the top job.
The students running for positions are Kiana Watt, Chloe McGovern, Nicola Thorburn, Jaycia Adams, Liam Oppermann and Sophie Zipf.
Principal Peter Townsend said it was great to see the students step up for leadership roles.
“It’s great to see that we have six young adults willing to step up and lead from the front,” Mr Townsend said.
“All students from Prep to Year 10 plus staff from across the school listened to the ideas and direction that our candidates have for our school in 2018.”
On Thursday night the top four will be announced.
“The top four candidates will be identified at the awards night on Thursday and the final decision for school captains and vice-captains will happen in February 2018 after an interview process,” he said.
“Our captains provide a conduit to our staff and it is my hope that they inspire our younger students to lead in the future.
“We look for a genuine caring attitude and a person who listens.”
LEADERSHIP READY: The Mundubbera State School students presented their speeches for leadership positions for 2018.