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Tuesday 29 August

posted 28 Aug 2017, 14:12 by Teora Jennings   [ updated 28 Aug 2017, 16:59 ]
Volleyball Trainings This Week
Any Students interested in playing Volleyball next term are invited to attend open training sessions starting this week.
Junior Boys Monday 3:15 - 5pm
Junior Girls Tuesday 3:15 - 4:30pm and Thursday 8am to 9:15am
Senior Boys Tuesday 4:30-6pm
Senior Girls Saturday 9am-11am

Whanau Basketball Competition
Both Junior and Senior students are invited to compete in a 3v3 whanau basketball competition. All three of your players must be from the same whanau. Competition starts Wednesday 30th and will finish Thursday 31st. Please wear footwear suitable for the big gym. Thanks Caleb and Mark.

Floorball Competition Starting Term 4
College Sport are running a floor ball competition  Junior and Senior grades available. If you are interested in playing in the 6-week competition starting in October, register and collect an information sheet at the sports office today!

Coaching Course Term 4
Getting started in coaching is a generic, entry level course targeted at anyone with an interest in coaching - whatever your sport! students that are part of the Ignite sports programme/s are encouraged to attend. Collect an information sheet and register at the sports Office

Student Leadership Team Applications
Hi guys, if you missed out on an application form this morning for the 2018 Student Leadership Team, you can pick these up from the Student Centre, where these can also be returned once filled in. Hei Kona.

Library New Book Talk
We have a pile of new books for you - all different genre and some particularly for English scholarship students. Friday lunchtime - the 1st of September. See you there

Geeves Scaffolding Career Opportunities
The construction sector is growing rapidly and the scaffolding industry is no exception.  We are experiencing strong growth at the moment and we want to encourage more young people into our industry and into our company.  Scaffolding is a skilled trade with specific qualifications and plenty of room for career growth.  There are great opportunities for young people to quickly learn a trade and have good earning potential.  A lot of our guys have come in to the company with no experience but have progressed to become a leading hand scaffolder on $28 per hour and with a company vehicle in 2-3 years. It is a great job for young people – hands on, outdoors, with lots of variation – and you get to see something tangible constructed after a hard day’s work! If you are interested in having a career with Geeves Scaffolding come along to meet them Tuesday 29th August @ 10:15 in the Library

Daffodil Day
Thanks for all your generosity. Together we have raised over $225 for The Cancer Society! If you would still like to make a donation, please post it in the collection box at The Student Centre, or bring to SNU today or Tuesday. Fa'afetai.


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