Baxter Wernecke, Dustyn Taylor, Oliveti Maile, Raine Eastcott, Ellasea Thorburn, Emily Zlotkowski, Emily Hyde, India Meadway, and Grace Townsend. Absent Nelli Gagen.
Baxter Wernecke, Dustyn Taylor, Oliveti Maile, Raine Eastcott, Ellasea Thorburn, Emily Zlotkowski, Emily Hyde, India Meadway, and Grace Townsend. Absent Nelli Gagen. Contributed

A hive of activity

CONTINUING our rolling coverage of all the school captains in the North Burnett for 2019, we ask Mundubbera State School's primary leaders what they hope to achieve this year.

What changes would you like to help introduce to your school this year?

Oliveti Maile: I want to see everyone trying their best at everything no matter what.

Raine Eastcott: Get new grandstands or maybe more school time.

Ellasea Thorburn: I would like it if more people participated in sports and also competed in external maths competitions.

India Meadway: The change I want to make is a special exercise program for Preps.

Dustyn Taylor: An oval in the high school area.

Baxter Wernecke: More sport.

Emily Hyde: Everyone gets more active.

Emily Zlotkowski: (That) everyone is working very hard when I see them.

Grace Townsend: Getting more active, (such as by) practising cross country.

What do you want to do when you're older?

Oliveti: I want to be a doctor or a scientist because I want to try and save people's lives.

Raine: When I am older, I would like to do an activity job that helps people, possibly a veterinarian or working with money.

Ellasea: I would like to help sick people and become a registered nurse or maybe become an Olympic runner.

India: To be a paramedic.

Dustyn: Plumber and own a farm.

Baxter: Diesel fitter.

Emily H: A teacher.

Emily Z: I want to work at a home for the elderly or be a dog breeder.

Grace: Lifeguard.

Tell us about your favourite school events.

Oliveti: My favourite school events are health and English (classes).

Raine: I like swimming carnivals or cross country events because people work together and also encourage each other.

Ellasea: I love my cross country and athletics carnivals. It's heaps of fun winning events and also just trying my best. It brings out a competitive side of me which I love.

India: I like PhysEd and Ag (studies).

Dustyn: Sports and maths.

Baxter: Sports.

Emily H: I like swimming carnivals.

Emily Z: My favourite school event is working in the agriculture block and art (classes).

Grace: Sports carnivals like cross country, swimming carnival, athletics carnival, ball games and sports trials.

What sort of example do you want to set for the younger students?

Oliveti: I want to encourage them more and show or tell them what to do and what not to do.

Raine: I would like to set a responsible and confident example for the younger children to follow.

Ellasea: I want younger students to see us trying our best and having fun, making sure they participate in every activity.

India: To try your best in all activities and try every activity.

Dustyn: Be a role model.

Baxter: To be good and helpful.

Emily H: Everyone to have a go.

Emily Z: I set an example by not running on cement.

Grace: Trying your best.


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