Euroa stu­dents vote for col­lege cap­tains

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

STU­DENTS from Euroa Se­condary Col­lege took to the polls last week and voted for their next col­lege cap­tains.

For the past few weeks, the fu­ture Year 12 stu­dents have been qui­etly and ea­gerly dis­cussing which of them would step for­ward to be­come a nom­i­nee for the po­si­tion of 2019 col­lege cap­tain.

All five nom­i­nees ad­dressed a whole school as­sem­bly last Tues­day.

Fe­male can­di­dates Lucy Burgess and Tess Man­son, and male can­di­dates Jackson Les­light, Hamish Cross, and Robert Paradzayi each spoke well about their time at Euroa Se­condary Col­lege, and what they as cap­tains would do for the col­lege and its stu­dents.

The rest of the stu­dent body lis­tened at­ten­tively, and then went away to care­fully con­sider how they would place their vote.

The polling opened on Thurs­day morn­ing, with as­sis­tant prin­ci­pal, Mr Bott, in charge of elec­toral pro­ceed- ings, and stu­dents were brought in classes to place their votes (with staff coming to vote as well).

Prin­ci­pal Harold Che­ung made the an­nounce­ment later that day that Col­lege Cap­tains for 2019 will be Tess Man­son and Robert Paradzayi.

Mr Che­ung said the school is im­mensely proud of Tess and Robert, and of all the nom­i­nees, and look for­ward to see­ing what the new cap­tains will ac­com­plish next year.

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