Teach­ers put on no­tice

Sunday Territorian - - NEWS - By CONOR BYRNE

THREE Dar­win school stu­dents may have found a way to be­come im­mune from the wrath of teach­ers.

Ess­ing­ton School me­dia stu­dents Jake van Dam, 14, Chris Melkins, 14, and Chad Blenk­in­ship, 15, are the Live Ac­tion Brothers and have found the power of the mi­cro­phone on the school’s Wed­nes­day slot be­tween 4pm and 5pm on 91.5 Dar­win FM.

The Year 9 stu­dents present four seg­ments: Chris’s Grudge Grum­ble, What a Song, Chad’s Quiz Time,

I’m look­ing out for teach­ers do­ing any­thing they shouldn’t be do­ing

and the con­tro­ver­sial ing the Teach­ers.

‘‘ I’m look­ing out for teach­ers do­ing any­thing they shouldn’t be do­ing,’’ Jake said.

‘‘One of the teach­ers was

Bust- wear­ing a bracelet,’’ he said. ‘‘One of them was out of uni­form. They don’t want to mess with me.’’

Jake is hop­ing for a ca­reer in sports broad­cast­ing — spe­cial­is­ing in bas­ket­ball or Aussie Rules.

He will at­tend se­nior col­lege next year but hopes to keep up the show and score a slot at a larger lo­cal sta­tion.

In his Grudge Grum­ble, Chris grum­bles about things he doesn’t like.

‘‘ Once there was pierc­ings,’’ Jake said. ‘‘Then there was home­work. All firstworld prob­lems.’’

Jake van Dam, Chad Blenk­in­ship and Chris Mi­likins are hit­ting the air­waves at Ess­ing­ton School

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