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Thursday 4 June

posted 3 Jun 2015, 20:56 by Teora Jennings
Poly Club Practice
Halo olaketa!
Poly Club has practices every Tuesday and Wednesday lunch-time and after school 3.15-5pm in the Assembly Hall for the next couple of weeks. We are preparing not only for Multicultural Day but the inaugural HuttFest: Hutt Valley Secondary Schools Polynesian Cultural Festival. You don't have to be a Pacific Islander to join -- everyone is welcome! So remember, practice today (Tues and Wed) in the ASSEMBLY HALL at lunch-time AND after-school. Split boys/girls practice will be held on Fridays after
school. The Friday practice is prioritize for the boys, girl leaders will be taking girls practice.See Mr Tiria or the Poly Club leaders for more info.

Senior Girls Group
in P14 by the Services Academy for: Cheleen Huhu, Analeah Rangikauwhata, Awhina Ulutiki, Chelus Knowles, Marie George, Pepe Wichman, Letitia Seiuli, Dakota Absolum- Barratt. Please be on time. Thanks!

Poly Club Practice For Friday
Taloha ni! There is Poly Club practice at lunch time and after school for the BOYS (mainly) but girls will also be present to go over their actions for our dances.Practices will be in the Drama Room or in the Assembly Hall (you'll have to check both places) Please see Mr Tiria or Poly Club leaders for more details.

Multicultural Concert Auditions
Multicultural Concert is coming up at the end of the term and we are now into audition time. If you have signed up or are intending to be involved in the Multicultural Concert then you need to have an audition. They are running Tuesday, Thursday and Friday lunchtimes. Make sure you are there and ready to show us what you have got.

Competition - Design A Book Cover
Year 9 and 10's win a $20 Westfield voucher. Design a different book cover for a book you know. It can be hand-drawn or computer generated and must include the title and author's name. Give or email your entry to Mr Laing or Mrs Waenga. Competition closes Friday 26th of June.

First Aid Course
We have a First Aid course for 20 students booked on the 9 and 10 June to be held in the whare kai. This is a valuable qualification for students planning to enter health, recreation, sporting and trades areas. Come and put your name down in the Careers Office

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