LEADERS: Monogorilby State School's 2019 leaders, Matilda Weier and Rachelle Cann.
LEADERS: Monogorilby State School's 2019 leaders, Matilda Weier and Rachelle Cann. Alex Treacy

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.


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