My name is Julian Baggett and I am very honoured to be Mudgee Public Schools 2018 Boy School Captain.
This school has taught me since I was in kindergarten. When I first started at
Mudgee Public I was greeted by a person that would be my buddy for the whole
year. He guided me through the times when I might have needed help. This year I
have two roles: One - being Mudgee Public School’s Boy Captain and the other
being the buddy for a boy that might be Mudgee Public’s next School Captain! So
it's my job to teach him the rules that we go by at Mudgee Public School.
I have represented Mudgee Public School in many different things; such as Rugby
Union, Swimming, Cross-Country and Cricket. I have been lucky enough to be SRC representative two times and House Vice-Captain for ‘Gladstone’. At Mudgee Public School we have what we call the Four Bees. They are the rules of the school. And include: Bee Respectful, Bee Responsible, Bee an Active Learner and Bee Safe. I have followed these since Kindergarten. I thank the Staff of Mudgee Public School, my peers and my family for making me what I am today! This year is going to be the best year I have had for a long time. I’m going to lead by example as the 2018, Boy School Captain and look forward to the responsibility given to me.
My name is Miriam Halbisch and I am very grateful to be your 2018 school captain.
I have been at this school since year one and greatly enjoy the
friendliness and resources provided.
I have had so many opportunities here and have been able to
participate in: T.O.M. (tournament of minds), Debating, dance, band, biggest
morning tea and lots of amazing excursions!
The teachers have always supported me and helped me with my work.
I look eagerly toward being girl school captain for 2018!
Boy Vice Captain
My name is Wil Treeve and I am extremely grateful to be the 2018 School Vice Captain. Mudgee Public School has been my favourite school, because it is full of amazing opportunities and people; Including my buddy, who helped me through kindergarten and led me to be who I am today.
I’ve represented MPS in a
lot of areas; including state rugby league, school cricket, band, school
shotput, soccer and athletics. In the past couple of years I have achieved a
lot. When I was in year 3, I was elected as the SRC rep for Term 2. I was
extremely happy. Two short years later I got to be the one, the only Vice
captain for the best house in the school. Of course that house is PERRY!!!!! And
that leads to now, School Vice Captain.
I’d like to thank everybody
in this school; my teachers and my fellow students for helping me achieve the
honour of Vice Captain. (Oh, thanks to my parents!!). I am looking forward to a
Girl Vice Captain
My name is Breanna-Rose Conley and I’m extremely honoured to be Mudgee Public School Vice-captain for 2018. I have been in this school since kindergarten. I got on well with my buddy and she guided me through my first year. I will do the same for my buddy. I help whoever I can whenever I can. I love nature and setting a good example.
I have represented Mudgee Public School in many things; such as
choir, stage 2 dancing, Tournament of the Minds and athletics. I was Perry Vice
house Captain for 2017.
At Mudgee Public School there are 4 rules: Be Respectful, Be
Responsible, Be an Active learner and Be Safe. Mudgee Public School has many
opportunities from kindergarten to year 6. The staff here are wonderful: they
support and encourage all students.
I thank the staff, my parents and my peers for electing me and I
look forward to the year ahead.
Young Leaders Day
On Sunday 11th March, our school leaders travelled to Sydney for the annual Young Leaders Day. Our students heard presentations from speakers such as John Coutis and Harrison Craig about what it means to be a leader and how they can contribute to their school community. Thank you to Mr McDonnell, Mrs Baddock and Mrs Roberts who accompanied our students to Sydney.
SRC Fundraiser Term 3
On Friday the 24th of August students all dressed up as farmers and the SRC held a cakestall to help raise money for the 200 bales project. We raised $1800 altogether.