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Fiji LDS Church College badges its headboy, headgirl

Fiji LDS Church College named its student leaders yesterday with Satini Qarase as headboy and Sereana Rainima as headgirl. The pair were overwhelmed after they were badged during the Col­lege’s
01 Feb 2018 11:00
Fiji LDS Church College badges its headboy, headgirl
conference. Photo: Supplied From left: Fiji LDS Church College headboy Satini Qarase, Guest of Honour Lynda Tabuya and headgirl Sereana Rainima. Photo: Ashna Kumar

Fiji LDS Church College named its student leaders yesterday with Satini Qarase as headboy and Sereana Rainima as headgirl.

The pair were overwhelmed after they were badged during the Col­lege’s 2018 student leaders’ induc­tion ceremony in Suva yesterday.

Year 13 student, Satini, 18, of Ma­vana Village in Vanuabalavu, Lau, is the youngest of four siblings, and is the first member in his family to be named headboy.

He said he was happy, but also a bit nervous about the responsibilities he had on his shoulders.

“I have mixed emotions, but I know that the Lord will help me get through the year well,” he said.

 

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Headboy

Satini Qarase

Headgirl

Sereana Rainima

Deputy Headboy

Jone Biu

Deputy Headgirl

Falahola Tuinamoala

“One of the things I will focus on is the bond between the students and the teachers along with lifting up the discipline level in the school.

“I want to help move the school forward and prove myself to be bet­ter as a student and the headboy of LDS Church College.”

Satini will serve two years of mis­sionary service before he joins a university to pursue his dream as an accountant.

Headgirl Sereana, 17, of Naiso­qovau Village, Tailevu, was very proud to be announced as a student leader of LDS Church College.

She said ever since she was a young girl, she had dreamed of be­coming the school’s headgirl one day and her dream has come true.

“I was in primary school and al­ways worked hard to become the headgirl in primary and secondary school,” she said.

“I cannot express my happiness for this because I have wanted to be announced as the headgirl for a long time.

“One of the things I would focus on the most is serving the students so they understand their role better and work with the teachers to help the students achieve better.

“To be a good leader you need to have a lot of support from your el­ders and teachers which I got serv­ing as deputy headgirl last year.”

Sereana will serve two years of missionary service after graduat­ing Year 13 and wishes to pursue her dream to achieve a Bachelor’s Degree in Law.

Edited Jonathan Bryce.

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