Students’ teacher revenge

EVERY students’ dream while at school is usually to inflict some sort of terror on their teachers. 

NO MOVING: St Joseph’s teacher Luisa Tavella is well and truly wrapped up as part of “tape up your teacher” in aid of Ambassador Quest entrant Madi Coelli (right).

NO MOVING: St Joseph’s teacher Luisa Tavella is well and truly wrapped up as part of “tape up your teacher” in aid of Ambassador Quest entrant Madi Coelli (right).

Students across the shire have been able to do so in the past fortnight thanks to Leeton SunRice Festival Ambassador Quest entrant Madi Coelli. 

Miss Coelli has been holding a fundraiser titled “tape up your teacher” across the shire’s schools. 

The event name is as it seems, with students paying $1 for each piece of tape to use on the designated teacher. 

The final product across all of the participating schools has been humorous for both students and other staff members, with teachers being unable to move at the end of the onslaught. 

Miss Coelli said the “tape up your teacher” events have been the highlight of the quest so far. 

“Given my chosen charity is SteppinOut4Youth Centre, I saw this event as a great way of including children in the (quest),” she said.

“Tape up your teacher aligns well with the Southern Cotton mission for young people to believe they can achieve anything - unlike the taped teachers there is nothing holding them back.” Southern Cotton is Miss Coelli’s committee for the quest.

“I would like to thank Anna Celi and everyone at SteppinOut for getting behind the event and making it a success,” Miss Coelli said. 

Participating schools included St Francis College, Parkview Public, Leeton Public, St Joseph’s Primary School and Yanco Agricultural High School. 

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