Demonstrating pride

Principal Loretta White with school leaders Breana Mothe, Kathleen Farrelly, Amarah Body and Natasha Connelly and Deputy Principal Yvette Phillips.TOWNVIEW State School announced their2016 Student Leadership group last Monday at a ceremony in front offamily, friends and community members.
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Principal, Loretta White, said every leader inducted was presented their badge and shirt in front of their family.

“The school leaders received a new school shirt and badge,house captains received a coloured house shirt, and student councillors leaders received a badge,”Ms White said.

“We hold this ceremony each year as it is important for the students to be recognised publicly for their leadership and their efforts that they are putting in to help drive the school.

“It is also great for parents to be involved in that ceremony. Parents love to see their child receiving that accolade after the process they have had to go through to apply.”​

School leaders includeBreana Mothe, Kathleen Farrelly, Amarah Body and Natasha Connelly.

School leader, Natasha Connelly, said she was proud to represent Townview.

“I hope to show to the younger children how to behave and how to set goals and reach them,” Natasha said.

“I hope to be a good school leader like my sister was and help other students.”

Breana Mothe said she would strive to help students reach their full potential.

“I want to be there to help younger students, while working with the other leaders,” Breana said.

House captains includeCharlette Crayford, Tanisha Cherrington, Jorja Nyrhinen, Germane Doyle, Arjana OjhandCraigWilliams.

Student councillors includeNaomi Vatuvei, Levi Turuva, Sofia Vatuvei, Ebony Lees, Eugene Pouesi, Peyton Lewis, BellaHandley and Krystal Brown.

Ms White said the student leaders had to apply for the leadership roles and be nominated by a teacher.

“Leaders were then chosen on the way they model and represent Townviewpride, how they are a role model to other students andhow they interact and behave within the school,” she said.

“Teachers are aware of students who have those characteristics and I believe we have some fine leaders to represent Townview this year.”

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