St Paul’s Prefects’ humorous fundraiser for the “World’s Greatest Shave”
Students were surprised and amused when Year 12 Prefects at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School took charge and commandeered an assembly!
It was all in good fun of course and a part of the annual Prefect Assembly antics. The assembly was hilarious, centred around a humorous storyline involving bald teachers aspiring to make all students bald – just like them!
In a series of competitions, the Prefects battled against the “follicly challenged” teaching staff to save the school from total hair loss. As the teachers emerged victorious, the tale concluded with five students volunteering to take the plunge and have their hair shaved/cut to raise money for the Leukemia Foundation’s “World’s Greatest Shave”, which assists Australian families dealing with blood cancer.
Laura Butterworth, Head of Warragul Secondary School, commended the students for their dedication in organising the assembly and their forethought in connecting it to a community endeavour. “Congratulations to our Prefects for a thoughtful, funny and engaging assembly that also raised awareness of an important cause,” she said. “And a special thank you to Jackson, Asher, Pablo, Eamon and Noah who bravely cut or shaved their heads in order to encourage our community to donate to the World’s Greatest Shave.”
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