STEPPING UP: Biggenden State School senior leader Timothy Geissler.
STEPPING UP: Biggenden State School senior leader Timothy Geissler. Contributed.

Leading the school is a family tradition

AT A ceremony at Biggenden State School tomorrow, Timothy Geissler will continue a family tradition, accepting his badge as school leader.

Timothy (left) follows in the footsteps of older brother David, father Darren and uncles Michael and Glenn in being selected school leader.

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

I would like to bring back some school spirit through inter-house sport at lunch times.

Do you have plans for when you graduate?

I have got 174 days left at school and I just want to be a ringer.

Tell us about your favourite school event of the year.

I love the school holidays! Just joking, I enjoy sports days and attending the school's Anzac Day ceremony.

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

I would like to show the younger students that you can have fun while you learn but it is important to show respect at all times.


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