Daily Notices

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Meetings

The PB4L shop will be open from the 24/7 Room next to the Deans Room off the Atrium. It will be open the first half of Lunch today. Come exchange your cards for tuck-shop and other vouchers. Then enjoy. With thanks from the PB4L team.
- Wednesday 26th September, 2018 (SAL)
The Better Together Group will be meeting TODAY at lunchtime in the International Room for a shared lunch
- Wednesday 26th September, 2018 (TRR)
Wednesday night only, come support and have a laugh with the year 10 Showcase Performance. Musical excerpts, comedy, bands and short film are just the beginning.
- Wednesday 26th September, 2018 (SAL)
Whakamana Taiohi Māori - Our celebration evening of the successes of our Māori students and Non Māori students who are involved in kaupapa Māori at our school.

Kai served at 5.30pm. Celebration begins at 6.30pm.

Collect your tickets for Whakamana from Whaea Bri, Henare Powell or Dane Gray-Hohepa at the Whare Ako. Please note - tickets are not required for entry! They are purely to give our caterers an indication of how many people to cater for. Please only take tickets for people you are 100% sure are attending. There is also no cost for tickets to this event.
- Tuesday 30th October, 2018 (BTT)
Please come and collect your beloved confiscated clothing this week at Interval, Lunch time and after school
- Tuesday 25th September, 2018 (LJS)
All teams from yesterday's Theatre Sport challenge, who are wanting to gain more points or pride cards, can participate in Zumba on the quad, at lunch time today. If it is raining, this will be held in the gym.
- Wednesday 26th September, 2018 (TLC)
Compulsory for Kapa Haka, Whanau Class and Te Reo Māori Students. All others welcome. Wednesday and Thursday.
- Wednesday 26th September, 2018 (BTT)
Confiscated Technology can be collected/signed out, at the main office, on Thursday and Friday during interval or lunch break.
- Friday 28th September, 2018 (TLC)
Just a reminder that for the DBT skills students in year 10 - the group is on period 1 today . Please go to the International Room
- Wednesday 26th September, 2018 (TRR)
Just friendly reminder to the year 10 students who are involved in Mr Grant's research focus group, to get your free pizza you need to be at Room 22 at lunchtime. You must have the confidentially agreement signed to participate and get your free pizza. Your help is appreciated. Nga mihi.
- Thursday 20th September, 2018 (BRG)
If you have not registered for Massey University yet and would still like to, then you can do this in the second week of the school holidays. There will be someone to help you enrol and sort out your timetable.

Enrolment Drop in Week
Starts Monday 8th through to Friday 12th October.
Appointment times starting at 9 am through to 5.30 pm
Massey University, Auckland Campus in the AT Round Room.

Register on https://masseyuni.wufoo.com/forms/zn323po1ykc73o/ to book your appointment.
- Monday 8th October, 2018 (CEC)
If you are interested in Camp America for next year, there will be one last information for this year in the evening on Thursday July 27th At 6.00 pm at AUT in Room WA224.

If you can't make it, go to the Camp America website and have a look at the online information session.

If you are still unsure of what you want to do next year, there are other programmes including working holidays, Volunteer Adventures and Nannies Abroad programmes. For more information these programmes, contact Shelby Cooper (Overseas Advisor) on phone 09 632 1138 or website iwh.co.nz
- Thursday 27th September, 2018 (CEC)

General Notices

Anyone who wants to play a freindly game of rugby against the Bulls, on the 29th September 2:30pm at the Helensville Rugby club, please come and see Meghan or Kim at the sports office.
if you are interested in joining the North Harbour U15 7's development module, please see flyer with all the info on the notice board outside the sports office. First skills session is Monday 20th October
All netball dresses are now overdue! They must be returned washed by this WED to the Pe office. Thanks
Is anyone interested in coaching year 5-6 touch. Games are on Friday afternoons at Helensville Rugby club. Please see Kim or Meghan at the sports office before the end of the day, this Friday.
Can ALL rippa coaches please meet Kim tomorrow at interval, can you also have your coaches jackets to return, with you!
Join us for Zorbs on the field if it's sunny or in the gym if raining this Thursday Lunch time!
Can Troy and Devon Broadley, Alysha Anderson and Christian Brauner please play their final badminton game at lunch today
There are two scholarships available.
1. The Neil Notley Scholarship. Neil was a teacher at our school for many years and it was his wish to provide a yearly $2000 scholarship for either a Year 12 or 13 student who is currently studying Graphics, Timber Tech or Metal Tech and is moving into a future in any of these areas. The money can be used for either course fees or equipment. The successful applicant may be either entering an apprenticeship, course or university.
2. Helensville District Health Trust. This scholarship is worth $2000 and will be awarded to someone studying in the Health or Well being areas next year. Application forms are available from the front office and must be returned to Mrs Bravery by Weds 17 Ociober.
Open Day Saturday 29 September 10 am to 2 pm, Levell 11, 385 Queen Street, Auckland

If you are interested in student applications, websites, animation, games, networking and hardware - then this would be a good time to go along and see what the students at AMES are producting. Get your free tickets on Eventbrite.
Free Driver Licence Course. Pass your test the first time around. Limited places available. Lunch provided. October 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th. This is open to students 15 1/2 years old Classes are held in the Outwest Youth hall behind the Catholic Church. To reserve your place, contact Nem on 022 4166 859
Wednesday 17 October 2018, 7pm in the College Hall, for Senior students in 2019. Parents/Caregivers and students come and hear about the Gateway Programme. For more information come and see Mrs Paulsen in the Gateway Office at interval or lunch time.
This is an opportunity for a couple of students to earn a little bit of pocket money, but more important to talk/chat with Chinese students online (We chat) to help them learn/improve their English. You would need to be able to think about how you could structure a lesson to teach English to someone your own age. This would be ideal for any students who are thinking about a teaching career, either Early Childhood, Primary or Secondary. Group discussions could be set up, good friendships could be made and you gain experience in an international world.

You would need to have internet at home, be kind and patient. For more information, see Ms Couch in the careers centre.
The University of Auckland is offering 10 x $1,000 per annum scholarships for two years for students who are intending on studying Law. You must have very good grades in Year 12 and be maintaining them in Year 13.

In addition to the ten scholarships on offer, the Faculty of Law may also award up to 30 Engry Level Awards (book tokens worth $100 each). All entry level scholarship and award winners will also be presented with certificates and will have the awards recorded on their official transcripts. The scholarship or award may be held with any other school-leaver award.

To apply, visit www.auckland.ac.nz/scholarships and search for Law Entry-Level Scholarships. See Ms Couch if you need any help. Closes 8 October 2018.
If you would like a testimonial, and have not already received one from another staff member, eg for a university application, please collect a form from the front office, fill it in with as much detail as possible and return to Mrs Bravery. Thanks.
If you are applying for a student loan and/or student allowance, then you should apply for your 2019 student finance by 16 December. Do not miss this date. You do not need to have your NCEA results or have locked down all your study plans. Your application can be updated as things are confirmed. By applying early, you will be allowing enough time for all the steps in the application process to be completed before your course starts.

Remember: Apply for your student finance before 16 December this year.