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Student Leader 

One of the responsibilities of being a deputy head boy is that you need to attend weekly student council meetings and contribute to them. My role in the student council is that I have to take minutes, where I have to do the roll and record every idea that is being suggested. This role is actually quite hard as ideas are suggested incredibly fast. This week in the student council, the topic was fundraisers and causes we should fund raise for. Some of the suggestions for causes were:
Terror Victims
- Sport Clubs
- Food For Homeless
- Animal Shelters
- Any type of shelter
- Cancer Society
- Second chance dog resuce
- Dental care
- Child Cancer
- Second Chance dog rescue
- SPCA
- Plunket
- Ronald McDonald House
- Starship Hospital
Next week when we meet again on Wednesday, we will be discussing the subject of what Oaklands school do against bullying. A care value that I showed during the meeting was Community, by contributing to the Student Council, I feel we are helping out the whole school community. A leadership trait I showed was Trustworthy as I was trusted to record all the ideas onto the document.


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