Medals for school leaders at Monday assembly.DIANE GRANT February 28, 2013 4:16am
School vice-captain Alicia McLeod, captain Tasman Taylor-Lloyd, school principal Rob French, Strathbogie Shire mayor Deb Swan, captain Will Cubbin and vice-captain Blake Fothergill.
At the Monday assembly of Nagambie Primary School, following the singing of the national anthem and sports reports by some students, the 2013 school captains and vice-captains were recognised.
Strathbogie Shire Mayor Deb Swan then did the honours, presenting students with their badges.
Tasman Taylor-Lloyd and Will Cubbin received their school captains badges, and Alicia McLeod and Blake Fothergill those for vice-captains.
Cr Swan then made presentations to the Mitchell and Goulburn House leaders for 2013. Captains of Mitchell House are Will Baker and Elysia Smith with Brooke Austin and Lachlan Russell vice-captains roles.
The captains for Goulburn House Ashleigh Salan and Harry Burgess accepted their badges and Lucy Burgess, Will Martin and Hayden Verhardt did the same as vice-captains.
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