More mats for Monogorilby, school captains say
CONTINUING our rolling coverage of all the school captains in the North Burnett for 2019, we ask Monogorilby State School's two Year 6 leaders what they hope to achieve this year.
What changes would you like to help introduce to your school this year?
Tilly Weier: I would like more sports mats for gymnastics, acrobatics and contortion because I love doing them all.
Rachelle Cann: More mats for gymnastics because most of our mats are old and ripped.
What do you want to do when you're older?
Tilly: I want to become a hairdresser and a good make-up artist like my sister.
Rachelle: I want to become a police officer.
Tell us about your favourite school event.
Tilly: Sports days because I get to meet other people. Sports gets you fit and it's enjoyable.
Rachelle: Sports days because it's fun to be athletic.
What sort of example do you want to set for the younger students?
Tilly: Be nice to other students.
Rachelle: I want to be a good example by showing them how to be respectful and kind.