Kia Ora Team, someone has left their egg drop challenge in Room 10 after school yesterday after music lessons. Please come and collect before it turns into an omelette or is scrambled. Thanks, have an eggscellent day.
Tonight (Friday) at Yarrows Stadium. Be there at 5:50pm. Thanks Mrs McCook.
Can Jacquelyn Rm 10, Petra Rm 21, Sarah Rm 20, and Ano Rm 25 please come straight to the office after notices to see Mrs Struthers (Friday)
Can all students who have put their name down for the North Island Ski/snowboard competition please come for a meeting at morning tea outside room 20. If raining we will meet in the hall.
SPORTS EXCHANGE vs HAWERA 28th May 2019 @ Highlands Intermediate
Teams playing will be
Rugby 1st XV . 12.15pm approx start
Rugby 2nd XV 11.15am . approx start
Girls 7s Rugby 12.15pm approx start
Football 1st XI 11.15am approx start
Football 2nd XI 10.15am approx start
Football Girls 10.15am approx start
Hockey Hammers 11.30am approx start
Basketball Heat . 11.15am approx start
Basketball Sparks 10.15am approx start
Netball 8 Ferns 10.15am approx start
Netball 8 Lightning 10.15am approx start
Netball 7 Black 11.15am approx start
Netball 7 Green . 11.15am approx start
Badminton / Chess / Table Tennis and Indoor Bowls teams
Teams will CHANGE for the next Inter school.
Kia Ora all. Just a couple of reminders. Firstly, if you are unable to make your music lesson or are running late, please message your tutor directly, to say you won’t be there in advance. Please have you parents/caregivers drop you off in the morning outside of the school gates to avoid congestion on the school grounds. Finally, If your lesson goes right to 8.45, please make sure you sign in on the i-pad at the office to avoid missing the roll. If you have any questions or concerns, please come and see me in Room 10. Mrs Warren
Taranaki Steelformers Mountainairs v Nelson Giants this Sunday 26 May. Tip off 3pm at the TSB Stadium – Yeti and the team look forward to seeing you there!!
Please note the Library is closed at lunchtimes until further notice.
Keep on collecting the Anchor 1 Litre and 2 litre milk lids, our box is just over 3/4 full!!! Keep up the massive effort. Drop all lids off to the cloak bay area by Room 16. Last day to drop off the lids is Thursday the 6th of June (Week 6). Keep collecting!!
See you all in the HUB @ interval, Hawera team will be named. Mrs Lisney 🙂
For the next 4 Fridays, Spotswood College are sending senior students and a teacher to run sports activities on Friday lunchtimes. This is a great opportunity for you to get involved and learn some new skills. The sports are Rugby, Football and Basketball.
The North Island Intermediate snow champs is coming to Whakapapa Ski Fields (Mt Ruapehu) the week of August 26th- 29th. This is a team event and you will need a team of 5 to compete with parental assistance to act as your team manager and organize you getting to the event. Please get your teacher to sign you up on the google doc provided if interested.
In order to pick the top ten players for the forthcoming exchange, can only the following students attend the chess club this week. Players must turn up to be considered for the team, regardless if they played last year. Thank you. GCM Garcia
Just a reminder the Hey You Egg drop is on next Wednesday after lunch eating for Pouakai and Huatoki and Thursday for Te Henui and Kaitake. Please meet outside on the Hall steps with your contraptions. Thanks Academic Leaders
If you are going to sort out your raffle books before class, please let your class teacher know you are here or sign in late to avoid you being marked as absent on the roll.
Week 3-4 Setting the standard! Our next RAWE focus for week 3 and 4 is all about wearing our uniforms with pride.
What this looks like:
- Correct clean black shoes/sandals
- Plain black socks without visible labels/brands (e.g Nike/Puma etc)
- Optional: plain black stockings
- School coloured hair ties (black, red, green)
- Having long hair tied up (if your hair touches your shirt collar it must be tied up)
- Jewellery is limited to one set of plain silver/gold stud earrings (No bracelets etc)
- Correct school shirt, skirt, shorts, culottes, PE Gear
- Plain black jackets are able to be worn – If you’re not sure if your jacket is suitable then ask either Mrs. Hooper or Mr. Sleep.
Why do we do this? Why is it important?
Our uniform is part of who we are as a school community, it shows unity amongst your peers and helps positively represent Highlands Intermediate. Remember whenever you leave our school gates, you are representing our awesome school. It is important you are doing the right thing, remember by our deeds we are known.
Please make sure you have NAMED everything! If you have lost something, check the lost property (via the office). If you need to replace a piece of uniform, head to the uniform shop (located near the front entrance of our school).
Could all of the Kites for the Matariki kite competition please be handed in by 7th of June. If you have any questions please ask your classroom teacher or your cultural and arts leaders.
HEY YOU NUMBER 3
“ TAKE A CHANCE AND EARN A CULTURAL & ARTS POINT FOR YOUR CV!”
WEEK: 5 TERM: 2 2019
DATE : Due by 7th June and judged on 10th June
Kites will be judged on the field in the middle block
The Third Hey You Project for 2019 will appeal to those students who love to be creative!
This is a simple task and that is to design a traditional kite around the maori tradition it will be great if it flies but if doesn’t have to fly but it must ONLY be made out of traditional resources and it must be eco friendly which means no plastic.
- Each entry will receive you one point for your cv
- All Kites will be judged on the 10th of june
- Must be eco friendly
- Does Not have to fly
- Cannot be printed or coloured paper
- You can do it in a group of 3
It can only be made out of materials you can source from the ground Or is of a traditional material, can be made out of paper with traditional designs but it cannot be made out of coloured paper and it must be to a very high standard.
The points are as follows
1 point for participating
2 points for 2nd/3rd
3 points for 1st
Judges Will be Mr Haimona, Mr Hoskin and Mrs Howard
Good luck to anyone participating and have fun!
FINAL TRIAL FOR 1st XV RUGBY
THURSDAY 9th MAY
KICK OFF: 3:15pm
Don’t be late!!
Kia ora Highlands! This is the last trial for 1st and 2nd XV rugby. Some students have already played two games and have not been selected for this game. If you have been selected to play on Thursday and can’t trial please see Mr Daughtery (Rm 7) or Mr Sleep asap. Any student that hasn’t trialled and wants to play rugby for Highlands please see the teachers above.
Please remember – Mouth guards, water, boots and rugby gear.
|1. Hugo Mansvelt |
2. Caden Johnston
3. Matthew Mclaren
4. Kaiden Neil
5. Matthew Mclaren
6. Ethan Sigvertsen
7. Kauri Roulston
8. Ollie Kemsley
9. Cormac Deegan
10. Jordan Cooper
11. Ryan Jameson
12. Joseph Jones
13. Lucas Jones
14. Corbin Rodgers
15. Tyler Boison
Reserves:Ben Brough, Kavahn Robson, Kaisei Ishihara, Heath Briggs.
| 1. Liam Bishop|
2. Dom Martin
3. Tuwhakaea Taylor
4. Sam McCullum
5. Strandyn Ripia
6. Conrad Cleaver
7. Tyreque Ormsby
8. Thomas Robinson
9. Ethan Lecher
10. Jacob Ansell
11. Archie Webster
12. Luca Crofskey
13. Cody Read
14. Elijah Hoskins
15. Rylan Vesty
Team, meet me in Room 16 ready to go and train. Mrs Lisney 🙂
Football Trials have been postponed until Thursday Lunchtime as Mr. Gibson is away on Wednesday.