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Tuesday 14 March

posted 13 Mar 2017, 13:10 by Teora Jennings   [ updated 13 Mar 2017, 18:06 ]
Breakfast Club
Kia ora everyone!!! 
Breakfast Club is up and running in the student cafe. Come and fuel yourself for the day and meet up with your friends. Your friendly mentors and prefects will be there for a milo and a chat!

Members of the Year 11 Ignite sport ambassadors program are to meet in the small gym at morning tea today 
Singlets issued to touch players are to be returned to the sports office ASAP.
Payment of Sport Fees is due. 
Sports Draw can be found on the School Website under the Sport tab. The draw will also be posted at morning tea today Tuesday
Winter Sport Registrations will be held on Thursday from 11:30 am for the Junior School at lunchtime for Seniors
Junior Girls and Boys Volleyball practice is being held after school today.
Junior Boys Touch practice is being held today at 4:30pm.

Are you a volleyball genius or keen to give it a go, come along to play some 4-way volley and get points for your whanau. Every participant gets a point for their whanau. 
Juniors are on Monday the 20th of March and Seniors Monday 27th March at lunch time, so come along to the field and dig, set and spike your way to whanau glory.

Year 9 Dodgeball Sign Ups
If you are Year 9 and want to play dodge ball on Wednesday at Lunch, please come and sign up at lunchtime today in the PE office. 30 people maximum. More events for other year levels to come throughout the next two weeks - watch the notices.

PED201 Class
A reminder, today practical 'assessment' Turbo Touch vs PED301 class. Please make sure you come straight to the gym at LUNCHTIME, get changed, warm up, GAME ON!

All new book talk. Come and hear about the new books for this term, we have sequels, graphic novels and heaps more. See you Wed 15th March lunchtime in the library.

Victoria Outreach Programme – Week beginning Week 1, Term 2
This programme is offered to students who have the potential to go to tertiary education and have this as a goal. There are weekly sessions with a co-ordinator aiming to develop academic confidence and skills. Y11 students have open entry, however Y13 students must be taking a course that leads to university. Sign up with Mr Maclean if you are interested

Russell McVeagh Mentoring Programme
This is a great opportunity for students to meet successful young people from a range of occupations within Russel McVeagh. It is a group mentoring system and the meetings are fun, social, relaxed and all involve eating together. The programme is open to Y12/13 students – About 24. See Mr Maclean for applications if you are interested. Applications close Friday 17th March

A black school bag has been lost at lunchtime, can you please return this to the student centre or the front office. thank you