Deniliquin Noth School's 2013 prefects have been officially inducted.CASS SAVELLIS February 20, 2013 4:54am
Prefects (back) Rachel Hare, Pippa Metcalfe, Sophie Hodge, Lily Merchant and (front) Lucy Metcalfe with captains Alex Ritchie and Zara Lindeman.
Deniliquin North School inducted its two new captains and five prefects on Friday.
An assembly was held where parents were invited to see the students officially introduced to their roles, followed by some tasty snacks for lunch.
Prefects also received their badges, whereas captains already had their badges from last year’s presentation night.
The students’ roles as captains and prefects include being part of the Student Representative Council and being the taskforce behind environmental, small business, communications and girls and boys’ welfare issues.
The prefects take on their positions for term one before stepping down or running for re-election.
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