Student leaders: Galston Public School

Leaders from Galston Public School: Isabelle Barker, Stephanie Kassapakis, Isaak Koorey and Logan Trethowan

Leaders from Galston Public School: Isabelle Barker, Stephanie Kassapakis, Isaak Koorey and Logan Trethowan

This week’s student leaders are from Galston Public School, whose motto is Honest Work and Fair Play. Read their Q&A:

Vice captain: Logan Trethowan

Vice captain: Logan Trethowan

Captain: Stephanie Kassapakis

Captain: Stephanie Kassapakis

Vice captain: Isabelle Barker

Vice captain: Isabelle Barker

Captain: Isaak Koorey

Captain: Isaak Koorey

1. What is unique about your school?

Isabelle Barker, VC: The iPads, not many schools have them.

Isaak Koorey, C: I find the facilities good. Lots of classrooms, a hall and split soccer fields. 

Stephanie Kassapakis, C: The teachers. They're job is to look after us but they do it with care not just because its they're job. 

Logan Trethowan, VC:  All of the kids and teachers are really nice.

2. What do you want to do when you leave school?

Isabelle Barker, VC: I might become a netball player.

Isaak Koorey, C: I want to be a doctor or soccer player. 

Stephanie Kassapakis, C:  I want to become a dancer. 

Logan Trethowan, VC: Either a professional soccer player or a marine biologist.

3. Why do you think being a school leader is important?

Isabelle Barker, VC: We’ve got to run the assemblies and respresent the school. 

Isaak Koorey, C:  To guide the kids younger than us through the school and maybe inspire them to become captains. 

Stephanie Kassapakis, C: Because the little kids look up to us.

Logan Trethowan, VC: The kids look up to you and you can show them the right thing to do. Your representing the school every day. 

4. If you were the principal what would you introduce? 

Isabelle Barker, VC: A swimming pool.

Isaak Koorey, C: Full size soccer field. Stephanie Kassapakis, C: A dance studio.

Logan Trethowan, VC: I'd have sport everyday. 

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