To get ideas on what to say or write, here is a short sample you can refer to. The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. First recognize the presence of important person in the audience and then the graduating students. For example, it can be something like this:
Don't use the word figurehead.
To me, the position as Student Council President is not a just a fancy title, but a commitment that requires hard work and dedication, which I am willing to supply. Your slogan at the very beginning should be cut out because it is introduced in the second paragraph, so instead your first sentence should start out with your name and how you like to take on new challeenges, THEN get into the RRRR thing.
I have no idea what it is, but I'm guessing your school knows. Just making sure you don't need to clarify that. Take more credit for stuff you want to do and assume that it is obvious you will get the position to show that you have confidence in yourself and leadership.
For example, instead of: You are going to make these changes, and you should say them like a statement rather than a question. Turing bottles and cans in for money would be an economic benefit to the school and student body because every little bit adds up when we work together.
Ideas are your own, make people excited about them. You want people to know that you are going to do things, rather than just 'consider' doing them. I'm assuming this is a private school, so how about, "We love how we have the freedom to dress as we please and the pizza.
We should mix it up. Maybe sell some popcorn, or have a carnival themed dance and sell cotton candy. Or turn it into a social event with a DJ, dancing, ice-cream, candy, snow cones, etc.
These are a few of my suggestions, but I also want to hear yours. I'm going to mix things up a little bit. I'm thinking of theme dances, like a carnival one where we sell popcorn and cotton candy.
Also, I like the idea of turning it into more of a social event, with a DJ, icecream, snowcones and whatever else we the students desire. These are only a few of the ideas I have planned for this school, and I am also open to hearing yours. It's not only your professional demeanor that gets the students attention, but your ideas as well as your idea of helping the environment, so: It was a very well written speech, but you asked for criticism and you got it!I provide advice about how to write novels, comic books and graphic urbanagricultureinitiative.com of my content applies to fiction-writing in general, but I also provide articles specifically about superhero stories..
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school captain, because being a leader at Eight Mile Plains State Primary School would not only be a huge honour but it would be my biggest pleasure.
I will do whatever is needed to help our school and the people inside it, I am overflowing with ideas and ways to make our school a better place.