ALICIA MUNN AWARDED COMMUNITY SPIRIT AND LEADERSHIP AWARD
Narre Warren South P-12 College student Alicia Munn has been awarded a Community, Spirit and Leadership award.
At a special school assembly State Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley presented Alicia with the very first Community, Spirit and Leadership award of the year.
The award is presented to Grade Four students at local primary schools who are regarded as having the potential to play a future leadership role in our community.
Alicia’s teachers nominated her for her outstanding commitment to not only her learning, but also her willingness to always help out her classmates.
Comments attributable to State Member for Narre Warren South Judith Couacaud Graley
“Alicia is an outstanding young woman who is already stepping up as a leader both at school and in the local community,”
“She is a fantastic role model for her classmates as she is always willing to take on extra responsibility and help out those in need,”
“I have no doubt that Alicia will continue to excel and take on an important leadership role within our community.”
Teachers’ comments about Alicia
- Alicia is a confident and caring student, she exhibits exceptional initiative and motivation, she accepts responsibility and takes on additional responsibility without being asked.
- She always watches out for her peers in and outside the classroom. Alicia is very
focused on her learning, but approaches her learning with humour and is balanced in her approach to school and extracurricular activities.