Senior Captain Shervawn Wilson, Indigenous Leader Drew Holt and Senior Vice-Captain, Anneke Harries
Last month saw the investiture of our student leaders for 2015. The ceremony serves to recognise those individuals who will play a significant role in our development as an aligned team.
The most important part they will play in uniting our team around our three agreements will be in ‘walking the talk’. Being a role model. This does not mean being perfect all the time, but leading us by showing that they are learners who want to keep growing and making things better for our team.
If we think about this, we are all leaders at some point. We all have the opportunity to make decisions about ourselves which make things better for all.
Junior Vice Captains Amaya I’Anson, Junior Captains Nadine Dennison and Lachlan Jensen, and Junior Vice Captains, Mikala Daniels
To be a leader of others, you must first be a leader of self.
In our journey to make Tin Can Bay State School be all it can be as a positive learning community, leadership is not the privileged position of a few, it is a responsibility we all have to accept. A responsibility, as an individual, to lead by what choices we each make as individuals.
The students who will help our flock fly higher in 2015 are:
|Sport – P-6
|Sport – Secondary
|Indigenous Student Leader
Scholarship recipients were Kain Wallis (Academic Excellence) and Chloe Riley (Academic and Cultural Excellence)
Congratulations to the other Senior Leaders: Candy Armitage, Vanessa Johnson, Laura Packer, Hope Baxter-Reynolds, Chantelle Lane, Cyndari Parton, Ethan Carter, Sally-Anne Lane, Britney Rose, William Cronin, Gracie Laws, Kane Rose, Felicity Currie,Jimmy Lloyd, Zeke Varley, Lochlan Embury, Ashleigh Makings, Kain Wallis, Teah Mallo, Jake Williams, Shaun Jackson and Kane Pache.