Tuckshop priority for St Therese's captains
CONTINUING our rolling coverage of North Burnett school captains in 2019, we talk to St Therese's Catholic Primary School Monto Year 6 leaders, Jasmin McLurcan and Bradan Hill.
What changes would you like to help introduce to your school this year?
Jasmin McLurcan: I would like to help get the tuckshop open, repaint the handball courts and find a way to clean up under the Year 5-6 classroom.
Bradan Hill: I would like new sports stuff.
What are you looking forward to at the end of the year?
Jasmin: Having a nice graduation mass then going to the Colonial for our colour-themed graduation (navy blue, baby pink and silver) with a lolly bar.
Bradan: Our navy blue, pink and silver at the Colonial.
Tell us about your favourite school event of the year.
Jasmin: I like the Anzac Day march because it makes me feel proud. And cross country days because they are fun.
Bradan: Our school Fun Day.
What sort of example do you want to set for the younger students?
Jasmin: I want to set a good example and help people that aren't confident with stuff.
Bradan: Encouraging kids to do their best by being a good role model.