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Timothy stands tall at Chairo

TIMOTHY Piening is the new school captain at Chairo Christian School.

After undergoing an interview process and showing excellent behaviour and work ethic, Timothy won the role.

“He is an outstanding student who sets an example for his peers and works hard,” principal Lisa Dumicich said.

The two primary school captains are Natasha Hibma and Joey McNeil.

These students were selected by the staff for their leadership qualities.

“They are strong in what they believe in and they don’t bend to peer pressure,” Ms Dumicich said.

Also part of the student leadership team are Emily Chalmers, Justin Hibma, Kaitlyn Gale, Rachel Chalmers, Jessica Gunia and Bryn Lilley.

The leadership team will work together to organise events, fundraisers and activities for the school. Their ideas and contributions will start next term with the help of the head of the secondary school Anthony Collier.

“It helps them with leadership development to work on these events,” Ms Dumicich said.

This year promises to be an exciting year for Chairo Christian School, with many secondary students participating in the project based learning program and the launch of the school musical Fiddler on the Roof.

The Fiddler on the Roof cast will be revealed next term.

Leadership team: pictured with Chairo Christian School principal Lisa Dumicich (back, far right) are the new school leaders, back, from left, Emily Chalmers, captain Timothy Piening, Justin Hibma; middle, from left, Kaitlyn Gale, Rachel Chalmers, Jessica Gunia; front, from left, Natasha Hibma, Joey McNeil and Bryn Lilley.

Leadership team: pictured with Chairo Christian School principal Lisa Dumicich (back, far right) are the new school leaders, back, from left, Emily Chalmers, captain Timothy Piening, Justin Hibma; middle, from left, Kaitlyn Gale, Rachel Chalmers, Jessica Gunia; front, from left, Natasha Hibma, Joey McNeil and Bryn Lilley.

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