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Thursday 19 March

posted 18 Mar 2015, 19:40 by Teora Jennings
Board Gaming At NNC
If you know who "Darth Vader" is, know who married Luke Skywalker or you've ever tried to open automatic doors with "the power of the Force", then perhaps this is for you. A small dedicated crew (led by the clearly mad Mr. Logan) meet every Tuesday lunchtime and Friday lunchtime to play the Star Wars Miniatures boardgame, and they are keen to grow the game. If you think you are into this, you may either need to see a counsellor, or come to AT7 on Tuesday or Friday lunchtime and get shown the game. See LO for details... and may the force be with you.

Winter Sport Trails This Week
The sports draw is posted on the noticeboard in the canteen and on the window at the sports office
THURSDAY - Senior girls basketball trials are at 3:30pm. Senior Boys Basketball trials have been POSTPONED to THURSDAY 26th March at 5:30pm. 
FRIDAY - Junior Girls Basketball Trials are being held at lunchtime in the big gym.
SATURDAY - Netball trials. Seniors at 10am and Juniors at 12pm in the big gym.

Senior Choir Special Rehearsal
Kia ora Senior Choir. In preparation for the Big Sing, we will be having two extended practices on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th this coming week. School finishes at 12pm for Academic Conferences so we will start straight away at 12pm and get our songs learnt! If you want to be at Big Sing, make sure you are at these two practices as they are important times for learning the songs. See you there!

Russell Mc Veagh Mentoring programme
Starting early in Term 2. Russell McVeagh is one of the biggest law firms in NZ and they offer 22 of our Year 12 and 13 students the opportunity to meet some of their young lawyers. The programme only has 6 meetings a year - 4 in Wellington and 2 at NNC on Tuesdays after school. You travel into Wgtn on the train ready to start at 4.30pm and will be returned home in a shuttle taxi. This programme is for students who are determined to succeed and have set themselves high goals - it is open to students with any career goal not just law. Please come and get an application form from the Careers Office - application forms must be handed in by Friday 27 March

Wanting To Work In TV,Radio,Journalism 
This Monday LA time Christchurch Polytechnic will be in the Library to talk about their degree Bachelor in Broadcasting Communications. If you are interested in working on radio or TV, presenting, directing or being a journalist this is an excellent pathway and the only degree like it in NZ. Come along and get inspired.

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