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WHATS ON THIS WEEK

WHATS ON THIS WEEK
September15MonBOT Meeting
 16Tue

Mufti Day

 17Wed

Senior Reports Issued

Guidance Meeting 3:30pm

Course Selection Evening 7pm OHS LIbrary

 18Thur

Course Selection Day / IDP All Year 10-12 

(Yr 9 remain home, Buses run as normal)

2015 Prefect Team Building

Ski Camp

 19Fri

Whole Day Course

Ski Camp

 20SatMotoX Te Puke
 21SunTSSSA Road Relays
September 22MonHapu - Cross Country
 23Tue 
 24Wed 
 25Thur 
 26Fri

Yr12 ODE Mountain Bike Trip

IWI

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2014 TERM DATES

2014 Terms

Term 1    27 January - 17 April

Term 2    5 May - 4 July

Term 3    21 July - 26 September 

Term 4   13 October - 16 December

 

Course Selection Guide

Please click here for the course selection guide for 2015

Course Selection Meetings 18 September

Book your half hour meeting with the whanau leader for this day to begin the course selection process, forms have been sent home.

Parents are encouraged to come along at this time. 

Thank you for your support around this important process in your childs education.

There will not be normal classes - but seniors are encouraged to come in for study and catch up.

Buses will run as normal.

Course Selection Evening 17 Sept 7pm

Wednesday 17 September at 7pm is the course selection evening in the school library. 

We encourage all parents/caregivers of Year 10-12 students to attend this night. The course selection process will be dicussed.

 

Rugby prizegiving Friday 12 Sept @ 7pm

Rugby Prizegiving Friday 12 September 7pm in the Koru Lounge.

All rugby players and suporters are welcome to attend this function to celebrate our rugby season.

Supper provided.

Te Kahui Whetu

Staff performed at Te Kahui Whetu on Friday 8 August, a secondary school staff initiative. 

Opunake Community Action Group

Invitation to Opunake Community Action Group 12 August, Sandfords Event Centre 7-9pm.

The Opunake community has the best understanding of how greatly they can look after each other. Our young people are our future and it is vitally important for all of us to create the best environemnt we can, so they can become engaged citizens wihtin our community.

How can we as a community address the following outcomes?

  • reduce offending
  • reduce truancy
  • reduce alcohol and drug and other substance abuse
  • increase the number of young people in education training and employment

For further information or

Welcome new staff

We welcome some faces in the staff at Opunake High School, with Jan Muratroyd Faculty Leader for SSC, Whea Robyn Davey Te Wharekura, David Hughes PE, Vanessa Smith Teacher Aid, Chantal Brophy Gateway Assistant.

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