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State school officially welcomes leaders

By Mark Beale

A WAVE of new leaders were inducted at Cannonvale State School on Wednesday afternoon with up to 40 roles distributed.

Principal Angie Kelly looked on with sheer pride as the students accepted their badges from special guests Mayor Jennifer Whitney, Eco Barge Clean Seas founder Libby Edge and Proserpine State School principal Don McDermid.

Ms Kelly quoted Mother Teresa and Steve Jobs in an encouraging speech to prepare the leaders for the year ahead.

She also mentioned that seeking the best for the school wasn’t just a role for elected leaders but everyone and expects all students to work together to better the school community.

In fun and funky Cannonvale State School fashion, the assembly concluded with a school boogie to the hit track Everything is Awesome from The Lego Movie.

“Because everything is cool when you’re part of a team,” Ms Kelly said.


School Captains

Lachlan Wedge and Tahlia Skinner

School Vice-Captains

James Talbot and Grace Male

Indigenous Student Leader

Natalia Vanderpoll


Haslewood House Captains

Lachlan Wedge and Paris Wilson

Haslewood House Vice-Captains

Ethan Page and Hope Mitchell

Henning House Captains

Max Vrind and Bella Manley

Henning Vice-Captains

Ryan McCormack and Grace Male

Macona House Captains

Samuel Butler and Kiarni Hinton

Macona House Vice-Captains

Joshua Batham and Charli Moore

Nara House Captains

Cooper Deakes and Caitlin Deakes

Nara House Vice-Captains

Jayden Gilbert and Tessa Hardy


Year 3

Leah Thomsen, Giselle Tronc, Demi Vardanega and Zavier Johnson

Year 4

Katie Ivers, Riley O’Grady and Jack Girdler-Richardson

Year 5

Jonathan Heatley, Ella Rogers and Khaila Docking

Year 6

Caitlyn Vicary, Alexis Graham and Tia Sawdy


Choir Captains

Lily Arena and Alexis Graham

Recorder Ensemble Captain

Bella Manley


Ben Ivers

Lily Arena

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