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Rauca: I will work harder

Marist Convent School’s newly inducted head boy Vilikesa Rauca said he would have to work harder and co-operate with the other pupils. “Our actions will decide on how our juniors
05 Feb 2017 12:24
Rauca: I will work harder
Marist Convent School head boy Vilikesa Rauca with Head Girl Stephanie Radravu on Friday. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Marist Convent School’s newly inducted head boy Vilikesa Rauca said he would have to work harder and co-operate with the other pupils.

“Our actions will decide on how our juniors will act so we have to be very responsible and co-operative with others,” the Dakuni native of Beqa said.

He said the badge was not something to take lightly.

“We are given this badge to fulfil the expectations of our teachers,” he said.

“The school is now our responsibility and we are the ones who will decide how we could represent our school.

“Our actions will decide on how our juniors will act so we have to be very responsible and co-operative with others.”

Headgirl, Stephanie Radravu, 12, of Moala, Lau, said her parents were the biggest support she could have asked for.

“My parents have supported me big time,” Stephanie said.

“It is because of their blessing that I am awarded this great opportunity of being the headgirl of the school.

“This badge means a lot to me and I hope that I fulfil all the expectations of my teachers.”

Edited by Rusiate Mataika

Feedback:  ashna.kumar@fijisun.com.fj



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