Daily Notices for Friday 9 March
Friday 9 March 2018 Rāmere iwa Poutū-te-rangi
|All chocolate money to the office now please. If you have sold your first box and returned the money then you are able to pick up another box from 1:30pm today. Make sure you do not open your box at school, it must remain sealed. If you are unable to sell your chocolates then please return to the office so others can sell them.|
|Student Council: Meeting next Rāhina at 1pm in Room 7.|
|International Food Festival – Thank you to all the students who have already turned in your slips. Look out for a meeting time next week to discuss what needs to happen.|
On Sunday 11 March the NZ Police will be holding our National Open Day, check out what is happening at The Justice and Emergency Services Precinct between Tuam and Lichfield Streets.
The events are a fun day for all ages to come along and see some of the amazing things that the NZ Police do to help make NZ the safest country.
|JUMP JAM: Thanks for everyone who turned up yesterday. There will be a final trial on Wednesday. At interval and lunch today in Room 7 there will be a session viewing the Just Dance routine. This will be one of the focuses at the trial on Wednesday. We would recommend you turn up so you can see what you will be expected to perform on Wednesday.|
|The Christchurch Lantern Festival is here, hundreds of spectacular Chinese Lanterns all through the Otākaro Avon River. From 6pm – 10pm on Saturday and Sunday night the lanterns will be lit up and there are some amazing sights to see.|
|Culture Galore happening this Saturday! Head along to check out some interesting performances and try some yummy food from different cultures. Make sure to pop in at Ray Blank Park, 46 Maidstone Road, Ilam from 12pm to 4pm.|
|Korfball today Room 8 vrs Room 5|
|Year 8 House Basketball-MH vs BT today at the court by the hall at 1.15. If your team doesn’t turn up we won’t be having a game.|
|If you are a fast swimmer and keen to participate in your house swimming relay can you please come to room 11 at morning tea (Year 7 and 8)|