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Wednesday 23rd March

posted 22 Mar 2016, 19:32 by Teora Jennings   [ updated 22 Mar 2016, 20:29 by Trish Crowley ]

School Closure:    Thursday 24 March - Teacher Only Day

Easter - school will be closed for the Easter break on Friday 25 March, Monday 28 March and Tuesday 29 March 2016. 

Morning training at 6:30am tomorrow.
Junior netball trials will be held in the big gym tomorrow at 10am. Wear gym shoes, t-shirt and shorts and bring a drink bottle.
Students can still sign up for winter sport at the sports office.

Fitness for all players will be on Wednesday afternoon, 23 March, after school on the field.

Music Sign Up Assembly Wednesday LAR
All Year 9 and 10 students to the Hall LAR time this Wednesday to hear the band, instruments available and sign up. Students involved n the Tutors Band and having a practise Period One are: Cameron Arps, Madeline Arps,, Baiiley Bisson, Ben Pomare, Leon Humphries, Lucy Carber, Kieran Garrow, Lars V- B, TJ Kanara, Ethan Courtney,

ENG1MUS Catch-up At Lunch
All Year 11s in Mr Tiria's English Music class is to come to R10 for assessment catch-ups.

Book Chat & Trailers
Tomorrow, Library, 12.45 pm come and see the new books for term one. See you there

Tokyo Gjoul Or Black Butler
Which series should the library buy? - come in and vote.

The  Clubhouse - 25 Treadwell Street Naenae
The Clubhouse is an awesome place where you can try photography, film making, music production, robotics, electronics, 3D printing, fashion design, game design and more.
There are sessions specifically for college students Tuesdays and Thursdays 5.30 - 7.00 pm. Check out their facebook page - naenaeclubhouse.Who knows you could be the next Taika Waititi or Stan Walker!!!

Whale Bone Necklace
A whale bone necklace has been handed in to the front office if it belongs to you please collect from the front office thank you

Free Tourism And Hospitality Course
NZ School of Tourism is offering FREE Hospitality courses in Wellington starting 21 March, 23 May and 18 April. You must NOT have achieved NCEA level2 and will have to leave school. You will learn about working in cafes, customer service and team work. Come to the Careers Office for more information.

After School Job
Dyer Street after school care needs two helpers - preferably Year 12 or 13 students. You must be 16, responsible and reliable, able to stay until 5.45 and enjoy being with primary aged children. See Ms Burton or Ms Greenstreet in the careers office if you would like more info or wish to have an interview.