This morning, the class of 2016 gathered on the Charleville State High School stage to sign their pledge to represent their school with pride and show leadership whilst doing so.
The first group to take their pledges were the Senior Schools Captains, followed by the Junior School captains and then finally the entire year 12 stood proud and read their pledge.
Adopt-a-Cop, Constable Liv Smith was the guest speaker at the Investiture, and she shared her journey of her final year of school and of moving to university, and then finally of joining the Police Force.
But after delivering a speech full of experience, there were a few powerful words that Constable Smith wants the Year 12s to stick by.
“Take pride in your work. You need to be able to look back on things you’ve done and be proud.
“Work hard now, so you can reap the benefits later,” she says.
Some of the other special guests to attend this years Investiture included, Mayor Denis Cook, Senior Sergeant Adrian Rieck, CEO Neil Polglase, Councilor Cec Russell, Deputy Mayor Annie Liston, CSS Principal Peter Cuskelly and CWAATSICH’s Robert Geebung.
Take a look at the photo story below displaying some of the pledge ceremony and finally the Year 12 class of 2016.