Daily Notices for Thursday 27 June 2024

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Student notices/Panui

Sports Shed Monitors Today: 8MB Annabel, Zoe, Mia
Blues: Blues@kirkwood.school.nz. Application forms are found here: https://kirkwood.school.nz/our-students/achievements/ 

Kiwi Kids Competitions: These will be held in the Library over the next 3 Thursday mornings. If you have signed up for more than one, you can choose the order of tests you do. We will get started after the notices. Bring a pencil and scrap paper for any working. Good luck!

The students I will need for today are Inian, Khojasvi, Shanaya, Christina, Arangan, Mina, Keran, Jade, Caitlyn, James M, Mitchell, Adam B, Mischa, Alyssa, Alanna, Ella W, David T, Isaac Y, Indiana, Lam, Trilok, Garv, Hanin, Shihiran, Shreya, Sidhu, Nicola S, Jivin, Zara, Leon, Chinaku, Anirudh, Freyia, and Ian. You are all signed up for Maths. 

PMP: 12 – 12.30pm Jackson 7LB, Titan 7AC,Sophie 7MB and Taichi 8MB.
Sax & Clarinet Lessons: Lessons today in the Old Counsellor’s Office behind Rooms 4 & 5. Cheers, Mr. Botting
Orchestra: Today in the hall at 11:00am. Cheers, Mr. Botting
Netball: Training on tomorrow – you must have your gear!
PMP: 12.30 – 1pm Dominic, Eli and Emily 8HE, Meika and Unique 8SC.
Basketball: Training cancelled today. Have a break 🙂 Remember – No games this week or next. Cheers, Mr. Botting
Choir: Today either in the Library or the hall this afternoon – a note will come round. Cheers, Mr. Botting. 
A red violin book has gone missing, please bring it to the office if you find it.  
CAIMS Cross Country: A huge well done to all 20 of you for your efforts yesterday! You represented Kirkwood proudly in some tough (very muddy and wet) conditions!! 
Oscar and Lucinda: Today’s challenge is a planking competition! Find Donna and Leo outside the hall after eating your lunch to join in.
What a wonderful evening last night was. A big thank you to all involved and all who visited. Kapa Haka – you were amazing! I hope your performance goes as well on Sunday at the Riccarton Market. You should be proud. The classrooms looked fantastic – so good to see so many parents and whanau. The Tech display was so good and thanks to all who helped with the drinks and biscuits. This was most likely one of the best open evenings we have held in a long time. Special thanks to Miss Timblick for her organisation. Mr Tappenden
Kapa Haka: Please keep your uniform at home for the weekend. You will need to wear this to the Riccarton Markets on Sunday. You can then return the uniforms on Monday next wiki. 

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