This is a reminder to all Interact members that there is a meeting today at lunch in the Pavilion. What is Interact? Want to find out? Come along!
ICAS - Australian Science Competition
S5 (Mon 28 May)
The following students need to come to S5 period 1 tomorrow to sit ICAS (Australian Science Competition): Neocris Moncada, Ava Richards, Neil Lal, Yvonne Wang, Stephen Turner, Julia Smaller, Violet Purcell, Elwood Canuel, Haydn Muter, Richa Nand, Samuel Crozier, Patrick Roskam. BRING A PENCIL, ERASER, CALCULATOR AND RULER
Fashion and Design
T7 (Mon 28 May)
Mrs Priest Year 10 Fashion and Design students please submit your Personal Profiles tomorrow in class
At Student Reception (Tue 29 May)
Red Hurley backpack and a Nike boot bag at Student Reception. If yours, please come and see Miss Miles at Student Reception with a description to claim.
It is Arts week! There are a whole heap of different activities for everyone to get involved with this week so get off those phones and come and do something different and exciting at lunchtime. Today we have karaoke outside the library (or in the hall if the weather is yuck). Flax weaving will be postponed until tomorrow. Also tomorrow is a busy day with emoji biscuit decorating, a rap battle and the junior speech competition.
from Tuesday 29 May, Chicken wrap, Sushi Sandwich and Butter Chicken Wrap is back. Check out the notices displayed at canteen.
If you are changing address please let the office know. If you are needing to change bus routes please se Mr Pettigrew in N3 before Friday. Thanks
Rotary Exchange to Australia
Are you interested in living in Australia and going to school there for a Term in 2019? Rotary Australia and New Zealand are sponsoring students to experience an exchange with an Australian student. You will live in Australia and go to school in Term 2 next year and your exchange buddy will come and live with you and come to school here in Term 3 next year. Expression of interest forms are available by contacting Patrick Roskam.
40 Hour Famine
You have the power to help change young lives affected by conflict, drought and famine. Will you stand united with the children of South Sudan? Sign up for the 40 hr Famine now by contacting Patrick Roskam
Shave for a Cure
Every day in NZ 6 people are diagnosed with Leukaemia. Shave for a cure is an awesome way to support these people and fund vital research. Shaves and pony tail cuts will be taking place on the 21st June. If you're keen to join in, get in touch with Patrick Roskam to put your name down and get details for this worthwhile cause.
Junir Boys Football
Football training is cancelled tomorrow (Tuesday). Thursday training still on 3.30 - 5pm. Thanks
Special Olympics Football Volunteers
Special Olympics Football scheduled for tomorrow (Tuesday 29th May). All volunteers helpers to come to the field when you arrive at school. Do not go to group class. Thanks.
CHESS IN THE LIBRARY
Due to a very high demand for our chess boards and a great interest in the game we need to see how many students wants to play Chess. If you want to play Chess in the library you need to send an e-mail to Mrs Loubser - email@example.com Sadly Kruze is moving to another school, and now we would love to see who is the Chess Champ of our school. Only those who sign up for Chess will be able to use the chess boards as we have only three at the moment. We could get more and possible find a bigger space if we can get a student to run the Chess club. Any seniors want to use your leadership skills?